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Tijuana killings continue, despite army crackdown

At least eight people have been killed in the northern Mexican border city of Tijuana this year, officials say, despite the arrival of 3,300 soldiers and federal police to fight drug gang violence. Mexican President Felipe Calderon has made fighting violent crime his first priority since taking power on Dec. 1. He immediately sent 7,000 troops to the violent western state of Michoacan and later dispatched 3,300 to Tijuana. Full Story

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