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Mexico violence scourges favourite spring break resort

Violence in the Mexican city of Acapulco is taking a toll on the tourism industry, the BBC has found.

The city is in the state of Guerrero which has descended into crisis since 43 students went missing in the town of Iguala, a few hours from the seaside resort.

Once a place for spring-breakers and Hollywood stars, Acapulco now has the highest homicide rate in Mexico.

Katy Watson reports.

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