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**FILE** A wall at a shopping center is covered by graffiti that reads in Spanish: "What happened on the 16 (street) is going to keep happening to all the authorities that continue to support the Chapo (Guzman), sincerely, the Juarez Cartel. We still have car bombs (expletive) ha ha." Cartel assailants laid a trap for federal police and attacked them with a car bomb on July 15, the first time a drug cartel have used explosives to attack Mexican security forces, marking an escalation in the country's drug war. (Associated Press)
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**FILE** A wall at a shopping center is covered by graffiti that reads in Spanish: "What happened on the 16 (street) is going to keep happening to all the authorities that continue to support the Chapo (Guzman), sincerely, the Juarez Cartel. We still have car bombs (expletive) ha ha." Cartel assailants laid a trap for federal police and attacked them with a car bomb on July 15, the first time a drug cartel have used explosives to attack Mexican security forces, marking an escalation in the country's drug war. (Associated Press)

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