Weekly: Why does a colony die?

The project of the New Mexico in Torreón sought to return to more than 200 families that inhabited it and they were displaced by the narco. Governments presumed their salvation with resources; the old war zone keeps dying what went wrong?

The colony was the epicenter, the trench, the wartime horror. In the north of Mexico, in Torreón, Coahuila, there are images that are heard: bullet holes in crumbling walls, dismantled houses, drawings of death.

In 2014, the government gave hope of returning home to 200 families exiled by clashes between cartels. In this investigation, Francisco Rodríguez toured the steep streets of the colony to confirm that seven years and after millionaire promises, in the old war zone, everything remains the same …

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