Arian Campo-Flores

Miami Bureau Chief, Newsweek

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Miami Bureau Chief for Newsweek, his beat includes the Texas border

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Five thousand people have been killed this year in Mexico's drug wars, twice the number of last year.

Is Mexico Losing Its War against Drugs?

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The Mexican government has released some astonishing figures.

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