Mexican border town lures tourists with tequila
The once bustling streets of jovial, persistent merchants beckoning tourists into their shops in this Mexican town, just over the Arizona border, are mostly quiet these days, the familiar mix of Spanish and English conversation a thing of the past.
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#1 Jun 27, 2011
It's about time they address the real issue "Mexican President Felipe Calderón declared war on organized crime and the historically tranquil Nogales gradually began to feel the impact of drug-related violence, including public shootouts and kidnappings."
It's the violence that's kept the Americans away, and their government's unwillingness to actually do something about it!
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