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19 Nov
People in Mexico’s southernmost state, Chiapas, have for the last year and a half, been living through a conflict between rival criminal groups. The Sinaloa Cartel and the Jalisco Nueva Generacion Cartel are both vying for control of the territory. The state, which borders Guatemala, has long been a hotspot for trafficking drugs, arms and migrants. But ravaged by years of inter-community conflicts, the security situation in Mexico’s poorest state is now spiralling out of control.
4 Sep
More than 18 months into the war, many Ukrainians are still seeking ways to escape occupied territories. One way is to go to Russia and then reenter Ukraine. DW's Aya Ibrahim went to a border reception center.

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