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US-Canada border poses daunting security problems

At first glance, the arithmetic looks alarming. The U.S.-Canada border runs for 4,000 miles across some of the most remote and rugged territory on the planet. Some 1,000 border patrol agents must secure it. They work in shifts, around-the-clock. That means that at any one time, on an average day, fewer than 300 agents are on duty on the world’s longest border between two neighboring countries. If they were spaced out evenly, there would be one agent every 13 miles. Full Story

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