That makes me feel better, since I'm going there for a week.............:)
A large force of federal and state police and the military will be part of a new security strategy in Tijuana, Baja California, next week in response to a spike in the number of homicides.
A record 2,518 people were murdered in the border city last year, almost seven times the total in 2012.
President López Obrador this morning presented the rough draft of a security plan that will be implemented beginning Monday with the deployment of 1,800 military and police personnel. It was well received by local authorities.
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