Mexico's War on Drugs Yields Mixed Results

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Mexico's attorney general has just returned from Washington, where he received praise for his country's fight against drug trafficking. Mexico has captured or killed an unprecedented number of top drug cartel leaders since Vicente Fox became president nearly three years ago. But on the streets, the drugs continue to move. NPR's Gerry Hadden reports.

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