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List of massacres in Mexico

Massacres

Name Date Location Deaths Notes
Mazocoba massacre January 18, 1900 Guaymas, Sonora ~400 Also known as the Battle of Mazocoba
Torreón massacre May 15, 1911 Torreón, Coahuila 300
Tlatelolco massacre October 2, 1968 Mexico City 40-400
Corpus Christi massacre June 10, 1971 Mexico City 120 Also known as "El Halconazo"
Tula massacre January 14, 1982 Atotonilco de Tula, Hidalgo 13
Aguas Blancas massacre 28 June 1995 Aguas Blancas, Guerrero 17
Acteal massacre December 22, 1997 Chenalhó, Chiapas 45
Guerrero mass graves June 2010 Taxco, Guerrero 55
Nuevo León mass graves June 25, 2010 Nuevo León ~70
2010 San Fernando massacre August 24, 2010 San Fernando, Tamaulipas 72
2011 San Fernando massacre April 6, 2011 San Fernando, Tamaulipas 193
Coahuila mass graves June 3, 2011 Piedras Negras, Coahuila 38
2011 Durango massacres April 2011 Durango, Durango 340
2011 Monterrey casino attack August 25, 2011 Monterrey, Nuevo León 52
Altamira prison brawl January 4, 2012 Altamira, Tamaulipas 31
Apodaca prison riot February 19, 2012 Apodaca, Nuevo León 44
2012 Nuevo Laredo massacres 2004–2012 Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas Unknown
Cadereyta Jiménez massacre 13 May 2012 Cadereyta Jiménez, Nuevo León 49
2014 Iguala massacre 26 September - 5 October 2014 Iguala, Guerrero at least 40

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