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Thousands march against drug violence in Honduras

Wearing white and waving handkerchiefs, some 30,000 Hondurans marched in the northern city of San Pedro Sula on Wednesday to condemn a bloody crime wave fueled by violence between rival drug gangs. “We want peace, we want peace,” shouted the marchers who took to the streets of the country’s second largest city, home to drug traffickers fighting to control routes of Colombian cocaine bound for the United States. Full Story

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