Nine killed in apparent drug attacks in Mexico
MEXICO CITY (AP) - Mexican officials say shootings erupted in three cities where drug gangs are fighting turf battles, killing at least nine people over the weekend.
The prosecutor's office in the state of Morelos said on Sunday that gunmen on motorcycles arrived at a bar in Cuernavaca and opened fire, killing three young men and a 22-year-old woman. The attack near midnight on Saturday and also injured four others, who are in local hospitals.
In the northern city of Fresnillo, a group of armed men shot three people dead on Saturday afternoon outside a convenience store. In the industrial hub of Monterrey, attackers shot at a group standing outside a bar, killing two men and injuring two others.