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Mexico violence scares away tourists
Chihuahua state Copper Canyon's proximity to drug-growing heartland prompts US travel warning.
Last Modified: 10 Sep 2012 13:41

Northern Mexico's Copper Canyon is considered one of the world's most spectacular landscapes.

But the site is also located in the middle of Mexico's drug-growing heartland, so it is struggling to attract tourists.

Drug-related violence in Chihuahua state, home to the canyon, has prompted the US to issue a travel warning that has scared away many potential visitors.

Al Jazeera's Adam Raney reports from the canyon in Chihuahua.

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