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Mexico under siege

An extensive series by The Los Angeles Times details the war on drugs underway in Mexico.  Since  January 2007, it is estimated that 6,285 people have died in the efforts to curb the drug trade — a number greater than the total U.S. fatalities in the Iraq War.  The series explores the war as it unfolds in Mexico and what its effects are north of the border in the U.S., the largest market for Mexico's drug trade.  The project includes interactive maps detailing the deaths by region, multimedia stories and interview with the writers and editors working on the project.

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