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April 16, 2009 11:05 AM

Drug war at forefront of Obama's visit to Mexico

President Obama arrives Thursday for a two-day visit to the Mexican capital intent upon demonstrating that he wants a new relationship with America's southern neighbor based on common interests and shared responsibility - in particular when it comes to addressing the drug-trade violence hammering Mexico.

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