Gunmen Attack, Burn Magazine Printing Plant
MONTERREY, MEXICO—Gang violence continues in northern Mexico as a media outlet was once again the target of an attack. Several gunmen entered a DIPSA printing facility here on Tuesday in the border state of Nuevo Leon and set fire to the plant, according to The Associated Press.
No one was injured, but five employees had their wallets and cell phones stolen. The incident was the second against a media concern in less than a week. On Sunday, a gang set fire to the El Norte newspaper here.
DIPSA produces work for the Proceso news magazine, as well as society and entertainment publications.