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Alarming violence stifles hope of change in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico

Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, a border ciity that once seemed like a model for U.S.-Mexico economic integration, has become a dangerous place full of murder and violence. As the Mexican government struggles to repair the city's social fabric, inhabitants struggle to stay alive.

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Rebuilding 'a sense of belonging' in Juarez
Article | CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO -- At night in this border city, radio newscasts give a rundown of the day's homicides -- 15 one day, 12 the next -- a segment as regular as weather or sports. At least 291 people were killed last month, and more than 1,786 so far this year.
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Juarez newspaper vows to keep reporting amid drug violence
Article | MEXICO CITY - Besieged journalists in Ciudad Juarez are vowing to continue covering the drug violence along the border, even after gunmen executed a second reporter from the city's newspaper last week.

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