Politics, Business & Culture in the Americas

Dispatches from the Field: Xaltianguis, Mexico

Housewives in an Acapulco suburb take up arms against narcotraffickers.

New sheriff in town: Commander Miguel Ángel Jiménez talks to members of the Xaltianguis women’s patrol. Photo: Nathaniel Parish Flannery.

Housewives in an Acapulco suburb take up arms against narcotraffickers. (slideshow available)

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