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Police on scene after 11 people killed by gunmen in western Mexico

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Police secure a perimeter around the location where at least eleven people, including a minor, were killed by gunmen who shot at them in the street in the municipality of Tonalá, in the western Mexican state of Jalisco, the local prosecutor's office said. The men were in two vans and opened fire on several people who were in the street outside their homes. IMAGES

Added on the 28/02/2021 07:12:12 - Copyright : AFPTV - First images

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