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WASHINGTON (CNN)  — The Obama administration announced Tuesday a $700 million plan to aid Mexican law enforcement and crime prevention efforts, including a major increase in agent deployments along the U.S.-Mexico border.  The funds will provide five new helicopters and new surveillance aircraft for the Mexican army, air force and navy in addition to other methods President Obama deems necessary for a sweeping new federal plan to beef up resources.

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