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Mexico asks U.S. for more help vs. drugs

Mexican and American officials are talking about how the U.S. government can do more to help Mexico battle drug trafficking, but the Mexicans aren’t asking for a billion-dollar aid program involving U.S. soldiers. Mexico’s Ambassador to Washington, Arturo Sarukhan, told the newspaper Milenio in comments published Sunday that the U.S. aid might include “training courses, the transfer of resources and the exchange of intelligence information.” Full Story

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