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  •  - Forensic worker Ramirez examines DNA samples to help identify corpses, in the Mexican forensic building in Mexico City

    Forensic worker Ramirez examines DNA samples to help identify corpses, in the Mexican forensic building in Mexico City

    Posted: 7/5/2011 8:46:29 PM EST
    Forensic worker Jose Luis Ramirez examines DNA samples to help identify corpses, in the Mexican forensic building in Mexico City, in this picture taken June 14, 2011. Thousands of drug war corpses have exposed the gaps in Mexican forensic science, where teams struggle to identify victims, vital evidence is often overlooked and most murders go unsolved -- a far cry from the United States. Picture taken June 14, 2011. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW SOCIETY SCI TECH)
  •  - Forensic Jose Luis Ramirez works a DNA sample to help identify the corpses in Mexican forensic building in Mexico City

    Forensic Jose Luis Ramirez works a DNA sample to help identify the corpses in Mexican forensic building in Mexico City

    Posted: 7/5/2011 8:38:14 PM EST
    Forensic worker Jose Luis Ramirez examines a DNA sample to help identify corpses, in the Mexican forensic building in Mexico City, in this picture taken June 14, 2011. Thousands of drug war corpses have exposed the gaps in Mexican forensic science, where teams struggle to identify victims, vital evidence is often overlooked and most murders go unsolved -- a far cry from the United States. Picture taken June 14, 2011. REUTERS/Henry Romero (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST CRIME LAW SOCIETY SCI TECH)
  •  - Relatives of people who disappeared react during a rally in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in El Paso

    Relatives of people who disappeared react during a rally in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in El Paso

    Posted: 6/11/2011 7:32:46 PM EST
    Relatives of people who disappeared react during a rally in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in El Paso, Texas June 11, 2011. Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The primary goal of the pact is to halt the violence of the drug war via a "peaceful revolution", said Sicilia. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS)
  •  - Supporter of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia holds a banner during a rally in El Paso

    Supporter of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia holds a banner during a rally in El Paso

    Posted: 6/11/2011 7:28:22 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING COUNTRY IN CAPTION TO UNITED STATES A supporter of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia holds a banner reading 'No more blood' during a rally in El Paso, Texas June 11, 2011. Mexicans arrived in this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen, to protest the country's bloody drug war. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Mexican poet Sicilia listens to victims of violence during a rally with supporters of his peace caravan in El Paso

    Mexican poet Sicilia listens to victims of violence during a rally with supporters of his peace caravan in El Paso

    Posted: 6/11/2011 7:26:54 PM EST
    Mexican poet Javier Sicilia listens to victims of violence during a rally with supporters of his peace caravan in El Paso, Texas June 11, 2011. Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The primary goal of the pact is to halt the violence of the drug war via a "peaceful revolution", said Sicilia. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS)
  •  - A placard lies on the floor during a rally of supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in El Paso

    A placard lies on the floor during a rally of supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in El Paso

    Posted: 6/11/2011 7:24:47 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING COUNTRY IN CAPTION TO UNITED STATES A placard lies on the floor during a rally of supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in El Paso, Texas June 11, 2011. Mexicans arrived in this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen, to protest the country's bloody drug war. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia hold a banner during a rally in El Paso

    Supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia hold a banner during a rally in El Paso

    Posted: 6/11/2011 7:21:58 PM EST
    Supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia hold a banner during a rally in El Paso, Texas June 11, 2011. Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The primary goal of the pact is to halt the violence of the drug war via a "peaceful revolution", said Sicilia. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST PROFILE)
  •  - Mexican poet Sicilia arrives at a rally with supporters of his peace caravan in El Paso

    Mexican poet Sicilia arrives at a rally with supporters of his peace caravan in El Paso

    Posted: 6/11/2011 7:21:30 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING COUNTRY IN CAPTION TO UNITED STATES Mexican poet Javier Sicilia (C) arrives at a rally with supporters of his peace caravan in El Paso, Texas June 11, 2011. Mexicans arrived in this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen, to protest the country's bloody drug war. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia attend a rally in El Paso

    Supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia attend a rally in El Paso

    Posted: 6/11/2011 7:20:08 PM EST
    REFILE - CORRECTING COUNTRY IN CAPTION TO UNITED STATES Supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia attend a rally in El Paso, Texas June 11, 2011. Mexicans arrived in this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen, to protest the country's bloody drug war. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. Border. The placard reads, "No more blood". REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia attend a rally in El Paso

    Supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia attend a rally in El Paso

    Posted: 6/11/2011 7:20:04 PM EST
    Supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia attend a rally in El Paso, Texas June 11, 2011. Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The primary goal of the pact is to halt the violence of the drug war via a "peaceful revolution", said Sicilia. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (UNITED STATES - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS)
  •  - Supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia attend a rally in El Paso

    Supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia attend a rally in El Paso

    Posted: 6/11/2011 7:13:16 PM EST
    Supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia attend a rally in El Paso, Texas June 11, 2011. Mexicans arrived in this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen, to protest the country's bloody drug war. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. Border. The placard reads, "No more blood". REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Supporter of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia holds a banner during a rally in El Paso

    Supporter of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia holds a banner during a rally in El Paso

    Posted: 6/11/2011 7:06:57 PM EST
    A supporter of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia holds a banner reading 'No more blood' during a rally in El Paso, Texas June 11, 2011. Mexicans arrived in this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen, to protest the country's bloody drug war. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - A placard lies on the floor during a rally of supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in El Paso

    A placard lies on the floor during a rally of supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in El Paso

    Posted: 6/11/2011 7:00:14 PM EST
    A placard lies on the floor during a rally of supporters of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia in El Paso, Texas June 11, 2011. Mexicans arrived in this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen, to protest the country's bloody drug war. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Mexican poet Sicilia arrives at a rally with supporters of his peace caravan in El Paso

    Mexican poet Sicilia arrives at a rally with supporters of his peace caravan in El Paso

    Posted: 6/11/2011 6:56:54 PM EST
    Mexican poet Javier Sicilia (C) arrives at a rally with supporters of his peace caravan in El Paso, Texas June 11, 2011. Mexicans arrived in this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen, to protest the country's bloody drug war. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST)
  •  - Supporter of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia holds up a placard reading 'No to Merida Initiative'  during a rally in El Paso

    Supporter of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Sicilia holds up a placard reading 'No to Merida Initiative' during a rally in El Paso

    Posted: 6/11/2011 6:51:13 PM EST
    A supporter of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia holds up a placard reading "No to Merida Initiative" during a rally in El Paso, Texas June 11, 2011. Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The primary goal of the pact is to halt the violence of the drug war via a "peaceful revolution", said Sicilia. The Merida Initiative, as it is called, will pay for inspection equipment like scanners, helicopters and surveillance aircraft as well as canine units to support interdiction. It will also finance training and technical advice to support law enforcement
  •  - Mexican poet Sicilia holds up the final document for the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez

    Mexican poet Sicilia holds up the final document for the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/11/2011 1:27:47 AM EST
    Mexican poet Javier Sicilia (L) holds up the final document for the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The primary goal of the pact is to halt the violence of the drug war via a "peaceful revolution", said Sicilia. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS)
  •  - Demonstrator from El Paso, Texas marches in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez

    Demonstrator from El Paso, Texas marches in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/11/2011 1:25:53 AM EST
    A demonstrator from El Paso, Texas marches in support of the peace caravan led by Mexican poet Javier Sicilia, in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS IMAGES OF THE DAY)
  •  - Mexican poet Sicilia shows the final document for the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez

    Mexican poet Sicilia shows the final document for the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/11/2011 1:24:56 AM EST
    Mexican poet Javier Sicilia shows the final document for the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The primary goal of the pact is to halt the violence of the drug war via a "peaceful revolution", said Sicilia. REUTERS/Gael Gonzalez (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS)
  •  - Mexican poet Sicilia holds a Mexico's flag during a rally to sign the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez

    Mexican poet Sicilia holds a Mexico's flag during a rally to sign the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/11/2011 1:14:07 AM EST
    Mexican poet Javier Sicilia (C) holds a Mexican national flag during a rally to sign the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The primary goal of the pact is to halt the violence of the drug war via a "peaceful revolution", said Sicilia. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS SOCIETY)
  •  - Mexican poet Sicilia embraces bishop Vera after signing the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez

    Mexican poet Sicilia embraces bishop Vera after signing the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez

    Posted: 6/11/2011 1:06:41 AM EST
    Mexican poet Javier Sicilia (C) embraces bishop Raul Vera after signing the "national pact" in Ciudad Juarez June 10, 2011. Hundreds of Mexicans arrived to this border city after a week-long procession through Mexico to protest the country's bloody drug war, led by Sicilia, a crusading poet whose son was murdered by suspected cartel hitmen. Human rights activists and families of victims of violence formed a peace caravan and piled into 13 buses and more than two dozen cars to set out on a 12-state tour that ended in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent drug war city on the U.S. border. The primary goal of the pact is to halt the violence of the drug war via a "peaceful revolution", said Sicilia. REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY POLITICS)


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