CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico — The day was dubbed “Black Thursday” as violence, fear and panic engulfed this Mexican border city, across El Paso, leaving at least a dozen dead.

On Friday, the city of some 1.5 million people stood eerily quiet, as schools switched to online teaching. Some gas stations closed. Others stayed open but with reduced hours. Some convenience stores and supermarkets shut down, a day after several were sprayed with bullets or Molotov cocktails, killing employees, and customers.

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