torontostar.com: "It’s a sunny and cool Saturday morning in Colonia Barrio Alto, where small houses of unfinished concrete push eastward out of Ciudad Juárez, the border town at the epicentre of Mexico’s drug war violence. Three teenage girls sit on a curb, singing. Faces painted silver, they break harmony occasionally to giggle about missing a note, but stay focused on their main task: fixing a giant set of angel wings.
Next to them, group leader Carlos Mayorga calmly touches up a wooden placard that reads “Hit man, repent: Christ loves you.”" read more
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