Drug Trafficking Spurs Violence On U.S. Border

In Mexico, the "war on drugs" isn't just an expression people use. Half an hour drive from San Diego in frontier towns like Tijuana, it's a war zone. Authorities are fighting a bloody battle against the drug lords. Since the beginning of the year, more than 1,500 people have been killed, a third of them members of the military and police officers. "This is a war, and in a war, you have tragedies," Tijuana Police Chief Alberto Capella said. "And we are not finished paying the costs." Capella...Full Story
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