Mexican violence is climbing to new highs
In March, Mexico had more than 2,000 homicide cases in a month for the first time since summer 2011, when the country was mired in the throes of a bloody cartel war.
The country also had more killings in the first quarter of 2017 than in the start of any year in at least two decades, according to government data released Friday.
Unlike in 2011, when a bloody cartel fight in Ciudad Juarez pushed the national body count to new heights, the current violence has been spread over a number of states.
Source: Business Insider