Drug war crushing Mexico's tourism

From a popular tourist destination, Acapulco has become the country's second most violent city.
Last Modified: 30 Nov 2012 03:55

On December 1, Enrique Pena Nieto will be inaugurated as the next president of Mexico.
He won the election by promising to turn around the country's security situation and fight the drug lords.
Al Jazeera 's Rachel Levin travelled to the famous beach resort of Acapulco, a tourist destination hit hard by the violent drug war.


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