Mexican government uses cartoons to tackle the war on drugs
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Mexico uses cartoons to help tackle drug crime

Mexico's war on drugs has put the country in the international headlines.

The government has come under intense criticism for not doing enough to fight the crime wave.

Now it is responding with the use of cartoons to tackle the crime problem.

So far it has received a mixed reaction from those who live in areas worst affected by violence.

The BBC's Julian Miglierini reports from Mexico City.

  • 04 Aug 2011
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