Cartel’s border city home tense following arrest

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Police vehicles sit parked outside a hotel in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, Tuesday, July 16, 2013. Local hotels are housing many of the federal police, state police and members of the armed forces who patrol the northern border city, which is home to the Zetas organized crime group. The capture of Mexico's most feared drug cartel boss wasn't being spoken of publicly by residents and not a word appeared in local newspapers a day after the arrest of Zetas' Miguel Angel Trevino Morales. (AP Photo/Christopher Sherman)NUEVO LAREDO, Mexico (AP) — The capture of the homegrown boss of Mexico's most feared drug cartel wasn't discussed publicly by residents of this northern border city and not a word appeared in the local newspapers a day after the arrest of the Zetas' Miguel Angel Trevino Morales.

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