İrem UZUN -TDO- The government of Coahuila state said 10 gunmen and four police were killed in shootouts on Saturday in Villa Union, days after U.S. President Donald Trump fanned bilateral tensions by saying he would designate cartels as terrorists.Security forces shot dead seven more suspected cartel gunmen, bringing the death toll to 21 and adding fuel to a debate about whether the gangs should be deemed terrorists.

The gunmen peppered the Villa Unión’s mayor’s office with bullets and state police pursued the gang members after they fled the town, killing seven more in the early hours of Sunday, the Coahuila government said in a statement.The events in Villa Union add to a series of recent security lapses that have raised doubts about the containment strategy of the Mexican president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, who took office a year ago pledging to get a grip on chronic gang violence.

Coahuila has a history of gang violence, although the homicide total in the state that borders Texas is well below where it was seven years ago. Homicide figures are pushing record levels across the country as a whole.The US Attorney GeneralWilliam Barr is due to visit Mexico this week to discuss cooperation over security.

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