Women in the Military

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MEXICO CRIME

MEXICO CRIME

epa01697222 Members of the Mexican Federal Police guard Anahi Beltran Cabrera (C), 20, in Mexico City, Mexico, 14 April 2009, who was arrested in Sonora state, near the US border, in possession of an arsenal which includes an antiaircraft machine gun able to do 800 shots per minute. EPA/JOSE MENDEZ
APTOPIX LT Mexico Guns

APTOPIX LT Mexico Guns

Anahi Beltran Cabrera, who was arrested guarding an arsenal, is presented to the media at a police base in Mexico City, Tuesday, April 14, 2009. Police on a routine patrol detained the 20-year-old woman guarding the arsenal, allegedly belonged to a group linked to the powerful Beltran Leyva drug cartel, at a house in northern Sonora state. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo)
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Federal police take part in an anti-narcotics operation in Ecatepec, Mexico November 13, 2009. The operation is part of an ongoing campaign aimed at reducing crime problems. REUTERS/Daniel Aguilar (MEXICO SOCIETY CRIME LAW CONFLICT)
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A policewoman from the special forces of the municipality of San Pedro Garza Garcia attends the launching ceremony of the security program at the police headquarters in San Pedro Garza Garcia, just outside Monterrey November 6, 2009. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO MILITARY SOCIETY CRIME LAW IMAGES OF THE DAY CONFLICT)
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A member of Mexican Federal Police inspects the house used by alleged drug dealers during a shoot-out that left seven officers killed in Culiacan, Sinaloa state, north of Mexico, May 28, 2008. 200 new members of the Mexican Federal Police arrived Wednesday to Culiacan to reinforce the surveillance operation against drug trafficking.AFP PHOTO/Omar Torres (Photo credit should read OMAR TORRES/AFP/Getty Images)
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Mexico Drug War

Mexico Drug War

A police officer stands guard during the presentation of five alleged drug traffickers to the media in Mexico City, Monday, Aug, 10, 2009. The suspects were detained during an operation in Culiacan, Mexican state of Sinaloa. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)