Mexico City (AFP) - Mexican soldiers have captured Hector Beltran Leyva, one of the country's most-wanted men and a suspected drug-cartel kingpin who had a bounty of more than $7 million on his head, prosecutors said.
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Mexican authorities Wednesday were conducting tests on a suspect to determine if he is Hector Beltran Leyva, remaining head of a once-powerful and increasingly troublesome drug cartel.
Hector Beltran Leyva heads the Beltran Leyva family crime syndicate that waged a bloody conflict with a former ally.
According to news reports out of Mexico one of the country's most wanted drug lords,Hector Beltran Lleyva, was apprehended on Wednesday. We will have more on this breaking news story as details become known.
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A 44-year-old woman who allegedly kidnapped her 4-year-old daughter in Texas in 2002 was captured in Mexico City and deported last night to the U.S. The girl, now 17, was safely recovered in Mexico and reunited today with her father in the U.S.
A girl who has been missing for more than a decade was found in a small town southeast of Mexico City Tuesday morning. Sabrina Allen, who was just 4-years-old when she went missing, has returned to the United States from Mexico, the Austin Police Department confirmed to ABC News. Show More Summary
The mother of a U.S. Marine held for six months in a Mexican prison appealed on Wednesday for the U.S. government to do more to free her son, who told her his guards threatened him with rape, torture and execution. Andrew Tahmooressi, 26, was arrested on March 31 by Mexican customs agents who found...
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Sabrina Allen, a Texas girl who was allegedly kidnapped by her mother more than a decade ago, was found safe in Mexico on Tuesday, ending a 12-year manhunt that was marked by several near misses, authorities said on Wednesday.
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Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi's tearful mother told a House panel Wednesday that her son's imprisonment is worse than his two combat tours in Afghanistan. The mother’s testimony aimed to raise pressure on Mexico's government to release her son on humanitarian grounds.
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Sabrina Allen, a Texas girl who went missing at the age of 4 in 2002, was found alive in a small town southeast of Mexico City yesterday and is now back in the US, the Austin Police Department confirms to ABC News. Private investigator Philip Klein tells ABC that Mexican...
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