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Mexico subsidizes suspected trafficker

A Mexican wanted on drug trafficking charges in the United States received more than $2,000 in government aid to subsidize his cattle business, according to the Mexican Agricultural Department’s Web site. The department gave Vicente Zambada Niebla some $2,200 in 2004 to breed 80 head of cattle in the Pacific coast ranching state of Sinaloa, according to a list of aid recipients posted on the Web site. Full Story

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