Mexico: Outrage grows over record murder rate

The country registered more than 2,000 murders in May, a record high for any month since 1997, underlining Mexico's struggles to deal with the illegal narcotics trade.

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    Mexico's government is facing growing criticism for not doing enough to tackle the national murder rate, which is now at an all time high.

    The country registered more than 2,000 murders in May, a record high for any month since 1997, underlining Mexico's struggles to deal with the illegal narcotics trade.

    Al Jazeera's Lucia Newman reports from Tijuana.


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