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Mexico Sees Catholic/Protestant Divide Over Public Education

Frontera NorteSur

A proposed reform of Mexico's constitution has Protestants and secularists worried that Catholics will dominate public education.

Mexican Banks Expect Credit Growth Despite Difficult Global Scenario

Dow Jones

Mexican banks expect to continue to expand lending this year despite a complicated international financial outlook due to troubles in the euro zone.

Numb to Carnage, Mexicans Find Diversions

New York Times

Given the day-to-day horror, psychologists say it is no wonder Mexicans are becoming numb to it, while many are increasingly disturbed by their own attitude.

Candidates' Proposals for Mexico Police Reform Could Drive Up Corruption


Mexico's main presidential candidates have all embraced longstanding proposals to unite municipal police forces under a single command, but such a fix could actually make it harder for police to fight increasingly localized criminal groups.

Global Push to Guarantee Health Coverage Leaves US Behind


Even as Americans debate whether Obama's health care law and its promise of guaranteed health coverage should be scrapped, many far less affluent nations are moving in the opposite direction.

Latino Leaders, Students, from Across US to Protest Carlos Slim


Nearly 1,000 Latino leaders, students, community activists and concerned citizens will descend on the National Mall on Sunday to protest the presentation of Carlos Slim with an honorary degree from George Washington University during its graduation ceremony.

Mexicans Want US to Clean Up War on Drugs Mess

RT News

More than half of Mexican voters want America take a bigger role in fighting against Mexican drug cartels, a pre-election poll shows.

Poll Suggests Calderon's Drug War Hurt by Lack of Coherent Strategy


A new poll found that just 21 percent of Mexican voters say that the government's anti-crime strategy is working, a sign that Felipe Calderon's administration has failed to clearly articulate its security strategy to the public.

Majority of Mexicans Support Military Leading Fight Against Cartels

Christian Science Monitor

In Mexico, 64 percent approve of the Mexican military leading the fight against organized crime, with 21 percent saying the strategy is working.

Can Mexico's Presidential Hopefuls Stop the Carnage?

We journalists are finding little new to say about the country's endless drug war. What worries us is that the leading candidates in Mexico's July 1 presidential election really don't seem to have anything new to say about this crisis either.

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