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Over 25,000 Missing in Mexico in Six Years

MEXICO CITY, Nov. 30 (UPI) -- More than 25,000 people have gone missing in Mexico in the six years since President Felipe Calderon took office, unpublished government documents indicate.

Mexico's attorney general compiled a list of the tens of thousands of adults and children who have disappeared amid violence in the country's fight against drug mafias and crime gangs, The Washington Post reported Thursday.

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