U.S., Mexican security chiefs to meet on gun trade

U.S. and Mexican security officials will strategize next month on fighting the arms trade fueling Mexico’s bloody drug war, but a U.S. ban on assault rifles favored by the traffickers will not be on the agenda. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder and Homeland Security Janet Napolitano announced plans this week to meet their Mexican counterparts — Attorney General Eduardo Medina and Interior Minister Fernando Francisco Gomez Mont — at an arms trafficking conference in Cuernavaca, Mexico in early April. Full Story

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