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April 30, 2009 5:23 PM

Mexico City's citizens are uncharacteristically shaken by flu outbreak

Mexico's capital is not easily rattled: Its 20 million or so residents regularly shrug off crime, corruption, drought, gridlock, overcrowding, and bad air. But the outbreak of swine flu, which has killed an estimated 176 people nationwide, is different.

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