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Police moved to expand control over Oaxaca Wednesday as a dramatic slowdown in tourism — the city’s lifeblood — threatened to worsen economic problems from the five-month-old takeover of the city by leftist protesters. The conflict has quieted three days after federal police retook the center, but the dispute seemed far from resolved. Police wielding riot shields remained posted in Oaxaca City’s arch-ringed main square, the Zocalo, while protesters maintained barricades in other parts of the city. Full Story

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