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A vendor shows a t-shirt with the face of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán for sale in Mexico City on July 20, 2015. ALFREDO ESTRELLA/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'People Are Still Dying On The Streets' In Mexico's Drug War

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Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán was captured by Mexican marines on Friday. He now faces extradition to the U.S., though it will likely be a lengthy process. Rebecca Blackwell/AP hide caption

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Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzmán, seen here in a photo held by Mexico's attorney general, Arely Gomez, last July, has been recaptured, Mexico's president says. Yuri Cortez/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Children light candles during an overnight vigil at a protest camp in Juarez, Mexico, outside the manufacturing plant for the American-owned printer company Lexmark. Mónica Ortiz Uribe/KJZZ hide caption

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Mexican Border Workers Make A Push To Unionize

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The walking bridge at the Cross Border Xpress air terminal in San Diego links the U.S. and Mexico. The terminal began operations on Wednesday. Lenny Ignelzi/AP hide caption

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Listen To Jean Guerrero's Full Report

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Eduardo Gonzalez is HIV positive. His mother died of AIDS; his father, who's HIV positive, is in jail. The boy lives at Eunime, a Tijuana facility for children whose parents have faced AIDS in their family and who may themselves be infected. Courtesy of Malcolm Linton hide caption

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