Mexico Sends 17,000 Troops To Disrupt Drug Cartels

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Thirty-five Mexican soldiers recently destroyed a marijuana cultivation operation in the western state of Michoacán, the Christian Science Monitor reports. The small victory is part of President Felipe Calderón’s massive military effort to crack down on one of Mexico’s most entrenched problems: drug trafficking and organized crime, the Monitor says in the first of a
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