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    Mexico Deploying Hundreds of Federal Officers to Tamaulipas

    Mexico Deploying Hundreds of Federal Officers to Tamaulipas


    Posted: Mar 23, 2016 8:12 PM PDT
    Updated: Mar 23, 2016 8:12 PM PDT



    REYNOSA — Hundreds of Mexican federal officers are about to patrol the streets of Tamaulipas. Their hope is to keep the peace in a region torn apart by cartel violence.

    Nine hundred Mexican military soldiers arrived in Reynosa on Wednesday.

    Tamaulipas state officials said they hope the troops can keep the region safe, as well as stop criminal activity along the border.


    A few days ago, more than 300 federal police officers landed in Tamaulipas. Those officers all arrived with the same mission in mind.


    The boost in force comes a week after a deadly shootout in the streets of Reynosa. Ten people were killed in a four-hour gun battle.


    The shootout was between an organized criminal group and the Mexican navy, federal police and Tamaulipas task force.


    Earlier this month, it was another deadly scene in Tamaulipas, as Mexican authorities found three severed heads in an ice chest. The chest was discovered in an abandoned truck in a shopping center parking lot.


    State leaders said they hope increased boots on the ground will help quell the violence.


    There is still a travel warning for Mexico in effect for U.S. citizens. This warning comes straight from the U.S. State Department.


    The State Department warns of travel into Tamaulipas because of the potential for increased danger.


    For more information on travel warnings, visit travel.state.gov

    http://www.krgv.com/story/31552839/m...-to-tamaulipas

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    Reynosa is a town close to the Texas/Mexican border and the region of Tamaulipas is on the Texas/Mexican border.

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    Reynosa is a border city in the northern part of Tamaulipas,Mexico. It is located on the southern bank of the Rio Grande, directly across the border from Hidalgo, Texas, in the United States. As of 2013, the city of Reynosa has a population of 672,183.

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