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Sunday, 9 May 2010

Tijuana, Mexico: Club scene revs up as drug-war fears ease -

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Tijuana, Mexico: Club scene revs up as drug-war fears ease - "Waiters on restaurant row are welcoming customers they haven't seen since the first days of the drug war. Police no longer patrol neighborhoods in four-vehicle convoys. Kidnappings are down, and late-night crowds are way up at clubs and bars.
'Look at all the single ladies here,' said Juan Carlos Eguiluz, taking in the bustling scene at his Cheripan restaurant in the Zona Rio dining district. 'Single lady. Single lady. Single lady. They know they're safe and respected here.'
Four months after the capture of the notorious crime boss Teodoro Garcia Simental, this border city is showing glimpses of its old, vibrant self. Like survivors of a Category 5 hurricane of crime, residents are emerging from their homes, wary but hopeful.While clashes in other key drug-trafficking centers such as Juarez are reaching new heights of brutality, the uniquely savage violence that has plagued Tijuana during the government's three-year war on organized crime has declined dramatically since the January arrest."

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