Public Opinion in Mexico Turns Against Army
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Public Opinion in Mexico Turns Against Army

The number of homicides in Mexico is rising again after a brief lull when troops were first deployed in large numbers this spring. Now public opinion has turned against them, as many people say they have not stopped the stop the violence. People in the central plaza in Ciudad Juarez share their thoughts. Video by Travis Fox/The Washington Post

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