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A Week in Ciudad Juarez: Meeting assassins, victims of the cartel, journalists

Our Latin America Correspondent Guillermo Galdos spent a week in the city of Ciudad Juarez, one of the key routes for drugs and people into the United States and where the war's frontlines are becoming even more blurred.
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