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US-Mexico Relations / Drug War #302716

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Mar 03, 1985
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(Studio) Several crossings on US-Mexico border reported closed due to reports of possible assassination attacks on United States customs agents by Mexican drug traffickers; details given, films shown. Shoot-out yesterday between Mexican police and drug dealers in continued search for United States agent kidnapped last month in Guadalajara mentioned. No. Americans disappearing in region lately noted.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer

(Guadalajara, Mexico) United States community's concern for their security due to drug war tensions here examined. [Elfreida LAPINEL - describes recent attack.] [Cindy IFKER - describes anti-US sentiments.] [Carlos TURVER, Floyd DOTSON - praise Guadalajara.]
REPORTER: Mike O'Connor

O'Connor, Mike;
Schieffer, Bob

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