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Protestors Demand an End to Military Presence in Ciudad Juarez

JUAREZ CARTEL / 12 NOV 2010 BY GEOFFREY RAMSEY EN

Hundreds of marchers in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, called for the federal police and military to vacate the city Tuesday, Informador reported.

Hundreds of marchers in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, called for the federal police and military to vacate the city Tuesday, Informador reported. The public protests come amidst accusations of abuse on the part of the military and the police, and after the worst month of violence in a year that may say a record number of homicides for that embattled city. Two major cartels, Sinaloa and Juarez, as well as numerous gangs are battling for control of this lucrative corridor along the US border.

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