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February 21, 2013 6:08 PM

Mexico’s war on crime now ranks among Latin America’s bloodiest conflicts

The revelation that as many as 27,000 people may have gone missing in Mexico in recent years renews attention to the huge human toll left by the war on crime that former President Felipe Calderon waged during his six years in office.

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