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25Jun2012
Bus Crash Kills 25 on Way to Political Rally

CBC News

At least twenty-five people were killed in southwest Mexico, including nine minors, in a bus crash on Sunday.

24Jun2012
Students Bring New Voices to Presidential Contest

San Diego Union-Tribune

Their tools are Twitter, Facebook and YouTube — and in a matter of weeks, they have sparked widespread interest in what had been a fairly uneventful Mexican presidential campaign.

23Jun2012
Mexico Shows Off Wrong Man to Media

UPI

The Mexican government admitted it wrongly identified a detained man as the son of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman when showing him off to the media.

23Jun2012
Calderon Enacts Measures to Protect Reporters, Activists

EFE

Mexican President Felipe Calderon signs two decrees to draw "immediate attention" to the issue of protecting journalists and defenders of human rights amid the increasing violence against them.

22Jun2012
Mexican and US Activists Join Forces Against Arms Smuggling

Inter Press Service

Another Caravan for Peace is being organized in Mexico, but this time it will travel through the United States and call for action against weapons smuggling, as part of a bi-national initiative aimed at attracting the attention of President Obama.

22Jun2012
Tijuana Border Crossing Sees Most US Deportations

San Diego Union-Tribune

Tijuana has received through the San Ysidro port of entry and its smaller sister port of Otay Mesa more than 220,000 criminals, or nearly 1 of 4 Mexicans convicted of a crime who have been removed from the United States by ICE.

22Jun2012
Gulf System Could Flood Parts of Mexico

Reuters

A large weather disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico could develop into a tropical cyclone in the next couple of days, forecasters at the United States National Hurricane Centre said on Thursday.

21Jun2012
Mexicans Back Military Campaign Against Cartels

Pew Research Center

As Felipe Calderon's term as Mexico's president draws to a close, Mexicans continue to strongly back his policy of deploying the military to combat the country's powerful drug cartels.

20Jun2012
White House Claims Executive Privilege in "Fast and Furious" Investigation

New York Times

President Obama has invoked executive privilege to withhold from some documents and communications regarding the failed gun enforcement in which weapons purchased in the United States were allowed to cross into Mexico.

20Jun2012
Thanks, Obama! Mexican Illegals Plan Family Reunions at Last

MSNBC.com

President Obama's order on Friday allowing young undocumented immigrants to stay legally and work as long as they meet a series of conditions was a godsend for many, and a major victory for President Felipe Calderon.


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