ISVG’s Links of the Day September 6, 2011
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Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Violence in Tijuana, Mexico has dropped sharply from its 2008 peak.
Capture of al Qaeda operative Younis al-Mauritani hints at closer ties between AQC and AQIM.
More on the arrested al Qaeda operative Younis al-Mauritani.
Man opens fire at an IHOP in Nevada, wounding six and killing at least three, including two uniformed National Guardsmen.
Mexico’s transnational criminal organizations are no strangers to the use of social media.
With the seemingly imminent fall of Kadhafi, many Touaregs return to their native Mali.
Cocaine air-bridge sweep nets 30 arrests.
U.S. indicts Colombian “submarine” drug traffickers.
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