Fuel shortages in Mexico after government crackdown on fuel theft

The Mexican government says the disruption will continue as it seeks new ways to beat criminal gangs.

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    Several Mexican states are facing shortages at fuel stations after a government crackdown on fuel theft.

    Long lines have formed at outlets in Mexico's third-largest city - Guadalajara.

    And the government says the disruption will continue, as it seeks new ways to beat criminal gangs.

    Al Jazeera's Alan Fisher reports.


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