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Juarez residents try to recover from violence

While some in the drug violence-wracked region are able to pick up the pieces, others say they see no hope.

Last Modified: 22 Aug 2013 11:29
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Mexico's Ciudad Juarez, fuelled by the country's long running drug war, once had the highest murder rate in the world.

But now there are signs that life is starting to improve. Residents of Ciudad Juarez are trying to move on from the city's violent past.

Al Jazeera’s Rachel Levin reports from Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.

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