The U.S. military is starting to assist Mexico’s fight against narcotics cartels with training and intelligence and surveillance capabilities, U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates says. Appearing March 1 on NBC’s “Meet the Press,” Gates said the two countries were able to start setting aside “some of the old biases” against the military cooperation between the two countries’ militaries. Asked if that meant the United States was supplying military support against the gang wars that ...
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