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Mexican Police Kill 19 Gunmen in a Shootout

The state of Sinaloa has seen increasing violence after the capture of cartel leader Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán.
Source: Chris Arias / AP

Nineteen people were killed n Mexico’s northern state of Sinaloa during a running shootout with police. The fight was one of the area’s worst in recent months, and the state is at the center of a battle between

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