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Mexico: Besieged Doctors In Ciudad Juarez March Against Drug Violence

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By Reuters

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CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO (OCTOBER 22, 2010) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF PEOPLE WALKING THE DOCTORS' PROTEST IN CIUDAD JUAREZ PATROL BLOCKING SIDE STREET ON THE PROTEST ROUTE VARIOUS OF PEOPLE IN THE DOCTORS' PROTEST CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO (OCTOBER 21, 2010) (REUTERS) DOCTORS TALKING OUTSIDE HOSPITAL HOSPITAL OF THE MEXICAN SOCIAL SECURITY INSTITUTE VARIOUS OF DOCTORS TAKING TIME OUT OUTSIDE OF HOSPITAL SOUNDBITE (Spanish) A DOCTOR, LETICIA CHAVARRIA, SAYING: "Right now we are living amid a critical shortage of medical specialists. In other words, there are already specialties in which there are not enough doctors to give care to the population of Ciudad Juarez. On the other hand, the lack of security has harmed doctors in many ways-- the most serious issues are extortion and kidnappings. Lots of doctors have had to close their clinics or hide, reaching a point of having to see patients in hiding because of fear because they are being threatened with extortion or kidnapping." DENTAL SURGERY WITH A CARD SAYING, 'DR JUAN ONATE', WHO WAS KIDNAPPED. CLINIC DOOR LOCKED SHUT DURING THE DAY DOCTORS SURGERY FOR DR JAMIE PONCE, WITH A CLOSED SIGN SIGN SAYING 'TO RENT' WITH A PHONE NUMBER IN EL PASO, TEXAS SOUNDBITE (SPANISH) DOCTOR RAUL BARRIOS RASCON, SAYING: "In the last three years, we have been victims of crime, even deadly incidents, and this has increased in the past few weeks. Already, we've had the death of a fellow doctor. Even though it seems the ransom was paid, they still killed him. There have been robberies, assaults, extortion cases and many crimes that we cannot report for fear, for a lack of trust in our authorities." VARIOUS OF THE HOSPITAL OF MEXICAN SOCIAL SECURITY INSTITUTE AT WORK CIUDAD JUAREZ, MEXICO (OCTOBER 22, 2010) (REUTERS) (SOUNDBITE) (Spanish) DOCTOR GUADALUPE IBARRA, SAYING: "No, not anymore, definitely not. The danger here is high, especially if we go out at midnight. Imagine what it's like at two in the morning, at three in the morning. Unless it's a woman in labor and it's a well-defined patient, one of ours, who was properly referred." VARIOUS OF A MEETING OF DOCTORS WITH THE MAJOR OF CIUDAD JUAREZ, HECTOR MURGUIA CIUDAD JU��REZ, MEXICO (RECENT) (REUTERS) VARIOUS OF ATTACKED HOSPITAL WITH POLICE GUARD
Dateline: 2010

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