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Mexican Drug War

This is an article I wrote for my ‘International Relations’ class at Chung at University (my exchange year).  This was written in 2012.

The drug trafficking in Mexico has existed for many years, but it has been always treated silently. 1,071 more words


UN Says People Disappearing In Northern Mexico Border City

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Jessica Molina has not seen or heard from her husband since March, when Mexican marines broke through their door in Nuevo Laredo and took him and a friend away. 734 more words


Chaos Erupts As "Caravan" Of Illegals Scales US Border Fence, Cheering "Gracias Mexico"

Scores of migrants gathered at the U.S. border began scaling the San Diego “wall” while shouting “Gracias, México!” presumably to thank the Mexican government for allowing them to travel from Central America to the U.S. 280 more words


urgent update

On Monday, April 2nd, DIF, Mexican Social Services, removed the children from our home because we have not yet obtained our License of Operations. They did not close our home; they temporarily relocated the children to licensed orphanages until we can obtain our license. 189 more words

Mexican Government

UN Offers Award in Name of Slain Mexican Journalists

❝ The United Nations has announced a new journalism award – The Breach/Valdez Award for Journalism and Human Rights – to “recognize the career of journalists in Mexico who have excelled in a journalistic investigation for human rights,” says the international organization.

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Mexico Has Had it with America's Sombrero-Wearing Bullies

Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs this week released an anti-bullying campaign video, calling the attention to bullying experienced by Mexican migrants in the U.S. 155 more words

Latin America

Vanishing Vaquitas and their Inventive Allies

By Iqra Ahmed

The world’s smallest and rarest marine mammal is right at the edge of extinction. It will probably vanish before our eyes in the next few years. 541 more words