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A police officer runs following a car bomb attack on police patrol trucks July 15 in the border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. The Juarez cartel claimed responsibility for the blast, which killed three people and marked an unprecedented escalation in Mexico's drug war. AP hide caption

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As Drug War Turns Into Quagmire, Fear Rules Mexico

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Former Chenzhou city anti-corruption official Zeng Jinchun stands trial in Changsha, the capital of China's Hunan province, in 2008. He was convicted of corruption, sentenced to death, and is now awaiting execution. Similar corruption scandals have occurred across China. xinhuanet.com hide caption

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China's Hidden Economy Of Graft Undermines State

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A man walks through a Beijing building formerly used as a secret detention center in 2009. In these "black jails," Chinese citizens are held, forcibly restrained and sometimes beaten to prevent them from lodging formal complaints with the central government. Elizabeth Dalziel/AP hide caption

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Secret Jails Used To Enforce China's 'Hidden Rules'

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