Twenty-two members of Mexico's powerful Sinaloa cartel have been arrested and two were killed in a police raid near the U.S.-Mexico border where authorities seized assault-type weapons, according to U.S. and Mexican officials.
Two were killed on Friday after they opened fire on Mexican federal police as they surrounded a building in the desert outside a small Mexican town where an armed group was running a drug and migrant smuggling operation, Mexico's federal police said in a statement on Sunday.
The secretive operation carried out by U.S. and Mexican authorities dealt a . . .