Four men were killed and two others injured in a gun attack in north-central Mexico, media outlets reported on Saturday.
Armed assailants burst into a home where a holiday-season party was being held and opened fire, according to reports.
Prosecutors in the state of Guanajuato said the attack took place before dawn Saturday in the town of Cueramaro, near the border with Jalisco state.
The motive behind the attack has not been revealed yet but the Jalisco drug cartel has been fighting to take over territory in Guanajuato from local gangs.
On December 10, at least 49 people, most of them migrants from Honduras, died in a truck accident in the southern state of Chiapas, according to a Mexican emergency services official.
The trailer, which was said to be heading from Tuxtla Gutierrez to Chiapa de Corzo, hit a truck and overturned. The vehicle was reported to have hit a parapet wall as it exited a bend, its container detached and smashing onto the asphalt.