The once-embattled Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez has taken down a billboard made of soldered, seized guns reading "No More Weapons," one of the most visible reminders of its violence-laden recent past.
The stark, black-and-white sign was erected by the government of former president Felipe Calderon on the side of a border-crossing bridge in 2012. The letters were formed by crushed, confiscated pistols and rifles, and the billboard was spelled out in English as a visible protest of the illegal trade in weapons from the United States.
Mayor Enrique Serrano said Wednesday the billboard . . .