<b>A truck with 10dead bodiesinside was dumped outside a state governor's office in Mexico, according to reports. </b><br><br>Authorities said that the corpses were left outside governor David Monreals office at Plaza de Armas in the central state of Zacatecas.<br><br>Officials said a man drove the vehicle into the plaza, left it there and then walked away, theIndependentreports.<br><br>The square, which Lonely Planet says "buzzes at night with families promenading, children playing and occasional live music," was still decked out inChristmasdecorations.<br><br>Two people have been arrested, the governor said in a tweet, adding: We will not rest until peace and security return to our state.<br><br>"They came to leave them here in front of the palace, Mr Montreal said in a video. He added that the bodies looked like they had been beaten and had bruises all over them.<br><br>Referring to rising violence in the state, Mr Monreal promised that bit by bit we will recover our peace.<br><br>In November, a week after 10 bodies were found hanging from a bridge, another eight were publicly displayed, in what is thought to be a gang-related incident, in Zacatecas.<br><br>President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took a trip to Zacatecas in late November, pledging more support for Monreal.<br><br>He said: "We are goingto support David Monreal and give all our support to the people of Zacatecas.<br><br>"The entire cabinet of the federal government is going, today and tomorrow, to a security meeting. The entire security plan is going to be reinforced."<br><br>This will see 1,500 National Guard soldiers carrying automatic weapons being deployed onto the streets of Mexico, in an attempt to make it safe for tourists.<br><br>Also in November, one of Mexico's biggest drugs cartels issued an ominous warning to foreigntourists.<br><br>Writing on a hand-printed sign, dangling over the popular Tulum bazaar in Quintana Roo, a sign said: Attention merchants of Tulumthis was a warning<br><br>It refers to an incident in October last year where tourists were caught in the crossfire of a cartel war, and urges business owners in the area to keep paying bribes to the druggangs.<br><br>According to local media, and theNew York Post,there could be as many as 10 drug cartels vying to control of Tulum.<br><br><a rel=ugc href="https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/cartel-wars-worsen-truck-filled-25884443">https://www.dailystar.co.uk/news/world-news/cartel-wars-worsen-truck-filled-25884443</a> Click here to read full news..