World

March 6, 2012

American aid missions fall victim to Mexico's turmoil

As Mexico battles narcotics and crime groups, U.S. medical and religious missions that for generations had come to build houses, tend the sick and conduct goodwill activities have been forced to retreat. The suspension of such missions has cast a terrible, unseen blow on hidden corners of Mexico. It's also been painful for Americans with a desire to help.

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