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23 Aug 2010 20:40 GMT | Latin America, Mexico
Rivaling drug cartels have made Mexico's Ciudad Juarez one of the world's most dangerous cities. Nearly 2,000 people have been killed there this year alone due to the violence.
And the families and friends of the victims are left suffering from serious trauma.
Al Jazeera's Mariana Sanchez reports from Ciudad Juarez, a place that sees murders on a daily basis and where many bereaved are having a hard time finding solace.
Source: Al Jazeera
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