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Gunman Kill Mexican Official & Son

Mexican officials say gunmen have killed a local official and his son in the border city Ciudad Juarez.

The regional president of the community lived with his family in the city, one of the hardest hit cities by Mexico's drug war.

Authorities say the man and his son were killed outside their home.

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