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Your views: Mexico's drug war

Voters in 14 of Mexico's 31 states head to the polls on Sunday amid heightened violence by drug cartels. At least three candidates have been assassinated in the run-up to the regional ballot, which is increasingly seen as a referendum on the handling of the country's drug war. Are you in Mexico? How is the drug war impacting the country? How can drug cartels be combated?

Published: 10 Jan 2011 10:40 GMT
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