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Tijuana police chief fired after weekend violence

Tijuana’s anti-corruption police chief was fired and replaced with an army officer Monday, following three days of violence that left 37 people dead in this border city plagued by warring drug gangs. Mayor Jorge Ramos’ office said in a statement that putting army officers in charge will help “regain security” in Tijuana, where weekend attacks included nine beheadings and the death of four children caught in shootouts. Full Story

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