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The Third Country 

Cross-border smugglers use trails through the Chiricahua Wilderness to move people and drugs, leaving behind trash camps like the one shown here at Burro Springs, photographed by the Weekly in the summer of 2008. The Horseshoe Fire started nearby.

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