A relatively new drug cartel which emerged out of the chaos of Mexico's ongoing drug war just pulled off the deadliest attack against members of the Mexican security forces in years.
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Authorities struggled Monday to identify 49 bodies without heads, hands or feet to gain clues into the latest in a series of massacres from an escalating war between Mexico’s two dominant drug cartels, with increasing evidence that innocents are being pulled into the bloodbath along with gang rivals.