Focus turns to Mexico plan to thwart fuel theft after blast kills 79

Residents hold pictures of their missing relative at the site where a fuel pipeline ruptured by suspected oil thieves exploded, in the municipality of Tlahuelilpan, state of Hidalgo, Mexico January 19, 2019. REUTERS/Henry Romero

TLAHUELILPAN, Mexico (Reuters) – A blast at a gasoline pipeline in Mexico that killed at least 79 people has directed renewed scrutiny toward the new president’s ambitious strategy to stop fuel theft, his first major offensive to stamp out corruption and organized crime. Some relatives of the victims said fuel shortages stemming from President Andres […]

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