A military official speaks in front of weapons, seized from drug traffickers during different opeerations, at the Secretary of the Defense headquarters in Mexico City. Mexico’s drug gang violence has surged since President Felipe Calderon intensified the fight against traffickers in late 2006, deploying thousands of troops and federal police to root out cartels from their strongholds. More than 28,000 people have since been killed in the country’s drug war.

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