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February 16, 2011 3:43 PM

Was U.S. agent's killing in Mexico random or targeted?

The roadside killing of a U.S. agent and the wounding of a second left investigators weighing Wednesday whether the shooting was random or a targeted hit by criminal gangs involved in the surge of drug-related violence in Mexico.

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