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Vivian Sanchez

I’m glad I came across this blog, I knew I had to share this with all my social media friends. Being from El Paso, I occasionally browse the El Paso Times and dreadfully browse El Diario, hoping there were no shootings or killings from the cartel wars.

I have family that still lives in Juarez and every night I pray that they are not in harms way. Yet, when I speak to my family in Juarez they say that they think it’s getting better since there isn’t a lot of news on recent shootings or killings.

So, is it getting better? Or are they just not hearing about it? I’m thankful that there are brave bloggers like Lourdes Cardenas for writing this article and sharing this delicate information. Let me know what you all think?

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My name is Lourdes Cardenas. I’m journalist from Mexico with over 20 years of experience working as an editor, producer, correspondent and reporter for Mexican and American media in Mexico and the United States.

I want to foster discussions on news and issues that will bring a better understanding of Mexico.

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