How U.S. Drug Cops Are Training Mexican Counterparts

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Since July, 81 U.S. law enforcement officers have gone to Mexico on three-week shifts to teach basic police skills to their Mexican counterparts, reports USA Today. The program, part of a $1.4 billion U.S. aid package for Mexico, marks a major escalation in American involvement in the drug war there. It’s a first for Mexico, where the government
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