U.s. Arrests 2,000 In Mexican Drug Trade Probe

U.S. arrests 2,000 in Mexican drug trade probe

Law enforcement agencies have arrested more than 2,000 people in a 22-month investigation targeting Mexican drug trafficking organizations in the United States. United States - Illegal drug trade - Law enforcement agency - Mexico - Law

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