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Mexico: Threats Won’t End Drug Crackdown

Mexican President Felipe Calderon said Saturday that drug traffickers’ threats against his government would not stop a military crackdown against them, and he demanded that the United States do more to fight the sale and consumption of drugs domestically. In an exclusive interview with The Associated Press aboard his presidential plane, Calderon said he would push President Bush to respect migrant rights and do more against drugs in the U.S. when the two meet on Tuesday in the colonial city of Merida, Mexico. Full Story

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