A woman calling herself "Diana the Hunter" is claiming responsibility for the deaths of two male bus drivers in northern Mexico. According to messages she's sent to the media, all that murder isn't for naught— it's to avenge the rape and murders of hundreds of women in Ciudad Juarez.
In a story that could be pulled right out of Roberto Bolaño's haunting posthumous novel 2666, about a thinly-disguised Ciudad Juarez — where the violent murders of hundreds of women go unsolved for years — the Mexican government publicly apologized yesterday to an indigenous woman named Valentina Rosendo Cantu, who,…
In the past year, two dozen young women have disappeared from their homes in Juarez, Mexico. According to LA Times reporter Ken Ellingwood, "The streets of Juarez are swallowing up the young and pretty."