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A Gold Rush in Mexico’s Deadly South

Canadians are investing in violence-plagued Guerrero state | “We’re very involved with our security folks”

In Mexico’s Guerrero state, the earth holds many secrets—some gruesome, some precious. The rolling hills are full of unmarked graves, a reminder that the southwestern state is known as Mexico’s murder capital. But there’s gold in the hills, too. Lots of it.

Guerrero is poor, but the mountains in its interior are rich in

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