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Taking Back The Streets: Google Views Of US Cities Ravaged By Drugs Reveal Incredible Impact Of Country’s Clean-Up Programs

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Big changes: South Liberty Street in New Orleans is pictured in 2007 and 2013. After Hurricane Katrina in 2005, crime rates skyrocketed in many of the already hard-hit low-income areas, but thanks to a program called ‘NOLA for Life’, prosecutors were able to bring charges in a number of cases involving racketeering, robbery and drug trafficking cases. In 2013 alone, New Orleans’ murder rate dropped by nearly 20 percent

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