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Mexico drugs crackdown leaves cops without guns

Local police patrolled without their guns in Mexico’s tough border city of Tijuana on Saturday after soldiers disarmed them to check if the weapons had been used in drug gang crimes. In the latest stage of a national crackdown on drug-related violence, more than 4,000 soldiers, sailors, federal and state police this week poured into Tijuana, where some members of the poorly paid municipal police force are suspected of helping drug hitmen in a war between rival gangs. Full Story

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