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Tough tactics won’t stop Latin American gangs -UN

Getting tough with youth gangs in Central America will not lower crime levels and authorities should do more to provide jobs and a future for young people, the United Nations said on Monday. “The key is not to approach the problem with repressive strategies,” Louise Arbour, the U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights, said on a visit to Panama. “We can’t approach the gangs by only creating tougher laws. We must go further to involve education, support.” Full Story

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