(Reuters) - Fifteen people were killed and at least one seriously wounded in a suspected drug-related shootout on Friday in a bar in northern Mexico, a region that has been brutalized by fighting between criminal gangs.
On Friday night, armed men entered the bar in Chihuahua, capital of Chihuahua state, and opened fire on various people inside suspected of involvement in drug dealing, the local attorney general's office said in a statement on Saturday.
A local press association said two men killed in the attack were journalists, adding to the tally of media casualties from Mexico's rampant gang violence.
The attorney general's office also said two other people were shot dead in a separate bar attack in the city, bringing Friday's death toll to 17. Read More