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In Mexico, a Catholic church takes on drug cartel


November 22, 2013 3:09 PM EST Drug killings are on the rise in western Mexico, and the increase in violence has local leaders in the Catholic Church speaking out, angering a town's dominant mafia gang. Javier Cortes Ochoa, vicar general of the Catholic diocese of Apatzingan, talks about the recent murder of a priest. (Joshua Partlow & Thomas LeGro / The Washington Post)

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