U.S. Opioid Epidemic Aiding Mexico’s Rural Breakdown

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In Mexico, organized crime used to be more organized, with one main cartel in the state of Guerrero paying off police and officials and moving drugs. The booming heroin business has encouraged the rise of new gun-toting trafficking bands, which in turn has triggered the rise of citizen militias . . .

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