In violence-stricken Guerrero, 30% of surveillance cameras in the state’s four largest cities are not functioning. The state government has installed 723 cameras in Acapulco, Chilpancingo, Iguala and Zihuatanejo but 212 are currently on the blink, according to a report in the newspaper Reforma….

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