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FBI Wiretap Disrupts Kidnap, Torture Plot by Mexican Cartel
Death on the Border
Three year anniversary of Brian Terry killing
How the US gave guns to Mexican cartels
If you thought Fast & Furious was bad…
Issa vows tenacious fight for Operation Fast and Furious truths
Bands of Eastern Europeans Entering U.S Illegally
Border Patrol agents vilified as killers by AZ Republic
Texas Plan to Execute Mexican May Harm U.S. Ties Abroad, Kerry Says
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India, Ethiopia, China, and Mexico (prior deports)
24 indicted in crackdown on Pasadena gang linked to drug cartel
Pair allegedly ram vehicle into Border Patrol units
Arizona authorities catch suspects after chase
driver ran through… dairy farm and was tripped by a farm worker, causing him to fall face down in manure and to be stepped on by a startled cow.
Audits show border budget blunders
Spending missteps include failed effort to construct high-tech fence
U.S. seeing a surge in Central American asylum seekers
With gang and drug violence growing in Central America, ‘credible fear’ applications to the U.S. have risen sharply. But critics fear fraud.
Think Again: Mexican Drug Cartels
They aren’t just about Mexico or drugs anymore.
Texas Lt. Governor: we shut down the border ourselves
DHS Hires Activist Immigration Lawyers
Chicago’s Heroin Problem: City’s Open-Air Drug Markets’ Surprising Connection To Mexican Drug Cartels-Video
Negotiators skirt customs, make flights easier from UAE to U.S.
Arizona detective resigns over illegal immigrant status
$1.7M of marijuana seized at Falfurrias checkpoint
Undocumented 12-Year-Old Arrested With 80 Pounds Of Marijuana
Border Patrol K-9 Alerts To Drugs Inside Bucket
Officers confiscate arsenal and drugs during traffic stop
Massive drug bust – Man had almost 40 pounds of meth, cocaine
Border patrol officers rein in mustang loaded with drugs
Illegal alien charged with raping young child in North Carolina
Fredonia in the running for possible border patrol tower
Criminal alien leader of MS-13 sentenced for murders, racketeering
CBP’s Vigilant Efforts Produce Results
Mass Grave Discoveries Suggest Little Has Changed in Mexico
10 Burned Bodies Found in Vehicle in Southern Mexico
Mexican Oil And Gas: Christmas Arrives Early
North America to Drown in Oil as Mexico Ends Monopoly
Mexico’s Petit Révolution: Justice and Security Implications of Approving a Fully New Code of Judicial Procedures
Tijuana to Use Drones
City would be second Mexican municipality to operate unmanned aircraft
Man suspected of over 200 murders captured
Ciudad Juárez, a Border City Known for Killing, Gets Back to Living
Mexico Has Problem Tracking Medical, Industrial Radiological Materials
Big Hike in Subway Fares Sparks Protests in Mexico City
Transl. from “El Sol de Tuluca” newspaper (Toluca, Mexico 12/10/13).
Sergio Alcocer, Mexico’s UnderSecretary of State for North America, said that the Mexican government will not commit the error of derailing the immigration reform legislative process in the United States because it would affect millions of persons.
At the inauguration of the 22nd Meeting of the Consulting Council of the Institute of Mexicans Abroad , the UnderSecretary for North America of the Department of Foreign Relations made clear that Mexico respects the legislative processes of the United States.
Original Spanish at link below:
In Honduras Election, the People’s Will Is Hushed but Not Silenced
Four Women Gunned Down in Honduras
Authorities dismantle criminal group that had help from police officer
Full translation of an article in the newspaper “Proceso” (Tegucigalpa, Honduras, 12/8/13) titled “Crossing and deaths of the undocumented continues being a constant at the border.”
Despite the increase in the number of agents of the Border Patrol and the use of advance technology, the crossing and deaths of undocumented immigrants continues being a constant at the Arizona border, as well as reports of abuses and civil rights violations committed by American and Mexican agencies.
According to a report issued by the Washington Office for Latin American Affairs (WOLA) it is indicated that by the end of the 2013 fiscal year, which ended last September 30, approximately 120,000 undocumented immigrants were detained at the Tucson Sector, which covers 90 percent of the border between Arizona and Mexico.
The study shows that in 2011 the Border Patrol estimated that approximately 87 percent of the undocumented who tried to enter through the Arizona desert were arrested, but non-governmental experts and ranchers interviewed by WOLA rejected that number, estimating that many more immigrants and smugglers were able to cross the border successfully.
The report states that during the period from October to December of 2012 the federal government used a sophisticated radar system known as VADER that detected some 1,800 undocumented immigrants crossing the Arizona desert who were captured by border agents, but it also revealed that another 1,962 were able to escape during the same period of time.
The report alerted that the crossing of undocumented immigrants coming from Central American countries is on the increase, especially in states like Arizona and Texas.
According to data from the Pima County Forensics Office in southern Arizona 177 undocumented died in the Arizona border during fiscal year 2013, a number similar to that in 2012.
The undocumented immigrants interviewed for this report denounced mistreatment by Border Patrol Agents, such as verbal abuse and lack of privacy in detention centers.
The Central American immigrants, for their part, denounced abuses by the Mexican officials.
Central American Cartels Use Yacht Races to Bring Drugs to Australia
Police unrest in Argentina continues to extend; Buenos Aires says it is prepared
Argentine looting toll: 10 dead, $90 million lost
Nine Cops Arrested in Argentina for Alleged Role in Looting
Venezuela Average Oil Price for the Year Falls Below $100
Venezuela Stock Market Up 462%
Seven Die in Shootout Between Police and Gang in Venezuela
Thousands march for sacked Bogota Mayor Gustavo Petro
Police Precinct Chief Murdered in Southwestern Colombia
Bogota steps up security for top tourism attraction after mass robbery
Uruguay acts to legalize marijuana
12 Die in Argentina from Inhaling Carbon Monoxide
Border guards find over 100 bricks of cocaine in Russian marine container in Vancouver port
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