11,155 Dead: Mexico’s Violent Drug War Is Roaring Back – WSJ


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President Enrique Peña Nieto wanted to “change the narrative” of the government’s fight against traffickers. It didn’t work: Homicides now are on track to rival Mexico’s annual peacetime record, as corrupt arrangements between dealers and local politicians unravel.

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