Mexican president prays with family of dead US dual citizens

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MARK STEVENSON Associated Press MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador prayed for the safety of the country with the relatives of nine U.S. dual citizens slaughtered in northern Mexico last month and assured them "at least four" suspects have been detained, a family member said. Julian LeBaron said that during the family's Monday meeting with López Obrador and his Cabinet at Mexico City's National Palace, the president pledged to visit the region where the Nov. 4 massacre took place. Mexican politicians traditionally avoid open displays of faith, and López Obrador has been unusual in recent comments referring to himself as a "follower of Jesus Christ." "We just bowed our heads" and "prayed for the president and the country, for peace and goodwill, and
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