Mexico's president blames the U.S.

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A recent U.S. government assessment is reverberating Mexico. It said drug-related violence put the country at risk of a "sudden collapse." Now Mexico's president Felipe Calderon is saying the U.S. is partly to blame for the spiraling drug-related violence there. The World's Lorne Matalon has the story.
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