Texas-Mexico Border Towns At Drug Violence Center

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Heavily armed Mexican army troops and federal police guard the principal intersections of Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, on the Texas border. The Houston Chronicle says the guards visible reminders of the Mexican government’s campaign to quell a bloody battle between warring drug cartels. Police say 75 people were murdered during 2003 in Nuevo Laredo, population 309,000;
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