‘Do Not Travel’ Alert For MEXICO Over Crime, Kidnapping
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- Just as Americans begin to pack their bags and catch flights to hit the beaches and bars for spring break, the US government is cautioning all those headed to Mexico to stay out of six dangerous states.
- The State Department has issued its highest-tier warning for some parts of America’s neighbor to the south that are run by drug cartels and pose potential threats to American tourists.
- The “do not travel” warning has been issued across six of 32 Mexican states due to “crime and kidnapping.”