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Girls take out their violins before a class at their school in Ciudad Juarez, October 14, 2010. In one of the world's deadliest cities, where drug gangs murder a dozen people a day, a former heroin addict is changing lives with violins and trumpets rather than assault rifles. Alma Rosa Gonzalez is helping poor children learn classical music and give them an outlet that might stop them falling prey to the gangsters who are terrorizing this city of about 1.5 million on the Texas border. Picture taken October 14, 2010. To match feature MEXICO-DRUGS/ORCHESTRA REUTERS/Tomas Bravo (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY CIVIL UNREST EDUCATION)
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