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Number of unsolved crimes in Mexico rose in 2015: poll

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The number of unsolved crimes in Mexico rose in 2015, with 93.7 percent of all infractions going unreported or uninvestigated, in a fresh blow to government efforts to stem years of drug violence and restore law and order.
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