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Mexico to retrain police in organized crime fight

Mexican President Felipe Calderon launched a plan on Monday to reform the country’s notoriously corrupt police, the latest effort to clamp down on mafias and drug cartels that terrorize large parts of the country. Calderon, who took office on Dec. 1 and quickly deployed troops and police to tackle drug gangs, said federal, state and local police would be be retrained and given access to a new national crime database. Full Story

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