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2015/03/29 13:10
2015/03/29 13:10
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MEXICO CITY » When Carmen Aristegui, Mexico's most famous radio personality, was abruptly fired this month, nobody expected her to go quietly. But anger over her dismissal has been rising steadily,...
2015/03/29 13:10
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2015/03/24 08:48
2015/03/24 08:48
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In Mexico, the U.S. military is directly involved in the War on Drugs. In this country, that “war” has provided the pretext for the militarization of local police forces and increased routine...
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2015/03/23 01:28
2015/03/23 01:28
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NAFTA and Drug TraffickingMonday, 23 March 2015, 1:53 pmPress Release: COHA StaffNAFTA and Drug Trafficking: Perpetuating Violence and the Illicit Supply ChainMarch 20, 2015 By: Cameron McKibben, COHA...
2015/03/20 21:16
2015/03/20 21:16
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Brutality now part of feeding US drug habit, writes Peter Huck Here a demonstrator wears a mask in protest over the 43 students who went missing in Guerrero state. Photo / AP Another week, another...
2015/03/16 23:11
2015/03/16 23:11
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Known simply as "Carmen" to her legions of supporters, the dismissal of Carmen Aristegui from her daily four-hour radio show has provoked anger on Mexican social media. One tweeted: "the voice of...
2015/03/14 04:44
2015/03/14 04:44
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TIJUANA — The most explosive news in Baja California on Friday didn’t result from any act of journalism. The source of much commotion and commentary in the state’s political, business and media...
2015/03/11 16:20
2015/03/11 16:20
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LIMA, Peru — The Obama administration has ratcheted up pressure on President Nicolas Maduro’s beleaguered government, declaring this week that Venezuela poses a “national security threat” to the...
2015/03/06 23:47
2015/03/06 23:47
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MEXICO CITY (AP) - Servando "La Tuta" Gomez, a former school teacher who became one of Mexico's most-wanted drug lords as head of the Knights Templar cartel, was captured early Friday by federal...
2015/03/04 16:00
2015/03/04 16:00
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MEXICO CITY: Mexican ruling party lawmakers fear President Enrique Pena Nieto's lurch into scandal, weak economic record and struggle to tame corruption could hurt them in upcoming elections, raising...
2015/03/03 15:51
2015/03/03 15:51
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The Queen welcomes the President of Mexico While President Pena Nieto is getting the red-carpet treatment, his police and security services have serious blood on their hands Amnesty Stop Torture...
2015/03/02 05:21
2015/03/02 05:21
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MEXICO CITY (AP) — Servando "La Tuta" Gomez, a former school teacher who became one of Mexico's most-wanted drug lords as head of the Knights Templar cartel, was captured early Friday by federal...
2015/03/29 13:10
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