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Two high-profile killings in Mexico stoke outrage about nationwide surge in slayings

by www.latimes.com

Public indignation about Mexico’s surging homicide rate has followed the two latest high-profile killings — those of a human rights ombudsman in Baja California Sur state and a telecommunications executive outside Mexico City.

President Enrique Peña Nieto denounced the killing of Adolfo Lagos Espinosa,...


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