Since December 2006, when the U.S. drug war was launched in Mexico, seventy thousand Mexicans have lost their lives to drug war violence. While this may seem like a small price to pay to US companies that manufacture weapons and surveillance equipment used in this war, to Mexicans it is a living nightmare. As Laura Carlsen reports, Mexicans on both sides of the border have launched their own initiative–a caravan for peace.
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