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Mexican Teen Shot by US Agents had Rights, Court Rules

A federal appeals court ruled Monday that a Mexican teenager killed by a Border Patrol agent was protected by the U.S. Constitution, even though the...
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Mexico Denies Police Helicopter Opened Fire on American Soil

Mexican law enforcement on Thursday crossed into Arizona by helicopter and fired two shots at U.S. border agents, a border patrol union leader says. A...
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The US and Mexico See Border Security Strategy Differently

Increasingly, members of Congress are pointing to Mexico’s southern border, not its border with the United States, as the place where the tide of illegal...
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Did Mexico’s Energy Reform Forget About Polluting Chemicals?

The new legal framework for Mexico’s oil industry has not placed controls on the use of harmful chemicals in the extraction of unconventional fossil fuels,...
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New Branch of Security Forces to Debut in Mexico

A vaunted plan to create a new security force, known as the Gendarmerie, has been watered down sharply in the past two years but is...
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Mexico to Invest $31.9 bn in Water Infrastructure

President Enrique Peña Nieto said Mexico plans to invest 415 billion pesos ($31.9 billion) in water infrastructure between 2014 and 2018 to guarantee all Mexicans...
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Mexico Politics – The Race for Legitimate Power

Almost two years since the party that ruled in Mexico for over seventy years, once defined as the most perfect example of authoritarianism, was re-elected...
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NuRAN Wireless to Connect Mexico’s Rural Communities

NuRAN Wireless, a leading supplier of mobile and broadband wireless solutions, has been selected by Rhizomatica to connect Mexico’s rural communities. Rhizomatica is a non-profit...
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Mexico Pledges More Assistance for the Blind

Mexico has joined 68 other countries in pledging increased access to literature for blind and visually handicapped people. By signing on to the international Treaty...
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Mexico Requests Five Additional Black Hawks

Mexico has requested five additional UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters from the United States for its counter-narcotics activities. The proposed procurement of the Black Hawks, which...
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Mexico Halted 9,622 Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors This Year

Mexican immigration agents have halted 9,622 unaccompanied minors so far this year, a figure equivalent to all of 2013, with the full year anticipated to...
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Mexico Supreme Court Rules States Have No Right to Legislate Cartels

Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday (June 24, 2013) that no state, or the Federal District, may pass local laws targeting organized crime, such as...
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