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Mexico Drug War Update

Submitted by David Borden on

Although is was a relatively quiet week in Mexico's drug wars, it's probably now safe to say that 50,000 people have been killed in prohibition-related violence there since President Calderon sent in the army in December 2006. Chronicle story here.

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