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May 8, 2008 3:16 PM

Mexican army can't stop drug lords' war on cops

More than a month after Mexican President Felipe Calderon dispatched more than 2,000 soldiers to Juarez on the U.S.-Mexican border, execution-style murders remain commonplace as heavily armed drug cartels battle for control of lucrative drug-smuggling routes into the United States.

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