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(Spanish tʃilpanˈθiŋɡo)
(Placename) a town in S Mexico, capital of Guerrero state, in the Sierra Madre del Sur. Pop: 166 000 (2005 est)
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(ˌtʃil pɑnˈsiŋ gɔ)

the capital of Guerrero in SW Mexico. 56,904.
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State security authorities said in a statement that the incident occurred near Chilapa east of the city of Chilpancingo, capital of the state of Guerrero.
El segundo articulo--<<Otra respuesta ante los desastres: huracan Ingrid y tormenta tropical Manuel, Chilpancingo, Guerrero, Mexico>>--de Avina, Milian y Guevara, se centra en como Latinoamerica en general, y Mexico en particular, se ha visto afectado por modelos de desarrollo injustos, que generan condiciones de extrema vulnerabilidad en ciertos sectores ante los desastres.
The situation in Chilpancingo isn't an isolated incident, and drug-related violence has made sure that over-crowding of morgues in southern Mexico has become a regular feature.
CHILPANCINGO, Mexico, Dhu-AlHijjah 26, 1438, September 17, 2017, SPA -- Security officials in the Mexican state of Guerrero say eight civilians and one soldier have been killed in a clash that began with gunmen dressed in camouflage ambushing an army patrol, according to AP.
Aide Nava's body was discovered on a road near the state capital, Chilpancingo. She had been kidnapped on Tuesday, BBC reported.
In Guerrero's capital of Chilpancingo, members of a teachers union set fire to the session hall in the state assembly building while also torching several cars outside.
CHILPANCINGO, Mexico (AFP) - Protesters fuming over the disappearance of 43 college students set fire to a southern Mexico state congress on Wednesday in another day of angry demonstrations over the presumed massacre.
Hours earlier in Guerrero's capital Chilpancingo, more than 300 students threw rocks and firebombs at the regional government headquarters.