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  • The Rev. Alejandro Solalinde talks with migrants at a shelter in Chahuites, in southern Mexico's Oaxaca state, on Jan. 8. He warns migrants of their risk of being abducted and perhaps killed by the Zetas-linked kidnappers. (Associated Press)

    Mexico drug-gang terror felt far from U.S. border

    Just as they have done in northern Mexico, groups claiming to be Zetas have set up criminal networks in the south to control transit routes for drugs, migrants and contraband such as pirated DVDs, intimidating the populace and committing gruesome murders as an example to the uncooperative.

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