MEXICO | Security.
Mexico’s public security minister, Genaro García Luna, argued in a keynote speech in New York on 13 January that 2012 would be “pivotal” for the war against organised crime. He said that the death toll from gang killings would start to fall. The federal government admitted on 11 January that 47,515 people had been killed by the country’s gangs since President Calderón took office.
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