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Mexicans hope immigration reform means more money sent back, more visits
Washington Post - 3 Hours ago
By , TEPETONGO, Mexico — To Sinforiano Armenta, the mayor of a disappearing Mexican town set on sweeping plains of cactus and brush, President Obama’s immigration plan means paved roads. It means
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In a tiny Mexican town, U.S. immigration changes cheered
Washington Post - 3 Hours ago
By , TEPETONGO, Mexico — To Sinforiano Armenta, the mayor of a disappearing Mexican town set on sweeping plains of cactus and brush, President Obama’s immigration plan means paved roads. It means
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Obama's action on immigration leaves millions still facing deportation
Miami Herald - 117 Minutes ago
Minutes after Armando Ibanez heard President Barack Obama tell the nation that millions of people in the country illegally would be allowed to work and live openly in America, the 32-year-old excitedly
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The haven of the faithful where the Blessed Mother wears a maternity dress
Philippine Daily Inquirer - 3 Hours ago
THE SCAFFOLDING used by workers is removed when there is a Holy Mass. The rest of the city had already succumbed to the languor of the afternoon heat, but inside the National Shrine of Our Lady of
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El Tribunal Permanente de los Pueblos condena a 70 transnacionales en México
Naiz.info - 3 Hours ago
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Three detained on suspiction of illegally crossing U.S - Mexico border during Annual
Las Cruces Sun-News - 2 Hours ago
›› Photos: Annual Border Mass REPORTER Aaron Martinez Three people were detained Saturday morning on suspicion of illegally crossing the U.S.-Mexico border during the Annual Border Mass held by bishops
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Senator Rodríguez has high ambitions for new Senate
Las Cruces Sun-News - 46 Minutes ago
AUSTIN — Texas Sen. Jose Rodriguez, D-El Paso, knows that when the biennial Legislative session convenes in January he'll face a Senate that is more Republican and likely more conservative than it was
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Acting El Paso veterans affairs director addresses veteran's concerns
Las Cruces Sun-News - 59 Minutes ago
Just six days as acting director of the El Paso Veterans Affairs Health Care System, Pete Dancy got one of his first chances to address concerns of veterans on the VA system in El Paso. As part of a
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Cop held in Mexico's missing 43 case
VOCM - 87 Minutes ago
Mexico City (CNN) -- A top local police official in Mexico was arrested in connection with the disappearance of 43 college students, authorities said. Investigators apprehended Cesar Nava Gonzalez, the
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UTEP column: UTEP alumni-owned businesses boost local economy
Las Cruces Sun-News - 110 Minutes ago
Editor's note: The following is part of a weekly series commemorating the University of Texas at El Paso's Centennial Celebration in 2014. The El Paso economy would not be the same without The University
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Retired Bel Air High school teacher builds trails on slopes of Franklin Mountains
Las Cruces Sun-News - 110 Minutes ago
›› Photos: Building Trails For Robert Newman, building trails along the rugged slopes of the Franklin Mountains is neither quick or easy. "Nobody's ever accused me of putting in a trail too fast," he
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Mexico City march ends in violence
Sunday News Zimbabwe - 46 Minutes ago
A largely peaceful march by tens of thousands demanding the return of 43 missing students  ended in violence, as a small group of masked  protesters battled police in Mexico City’s main  square. The march
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Hackers empty Mexican town’s coffers
The Nation Pakistan - 58 Minutes ago
XALAPA, Mexico : Hackers left a small Mexican town penniless after breaking into its bank accounts and stealing more than $500,000, officials said Friday. The theft took place on November 11, when 33
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These 'True Tales' Add Nuance To The Immigration Discussion
Oregon Public Broadcasting - 2 Hours ago
Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. We need more stories and books that treat Mexican immigrants as humans
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US-Mexico Immigration Driven by Demography: Analysis
Epoch Times - 3 Hours ago
Video Transcript David Judson: Hi I’m David Judson, Editor-and-Chief at . With me today is George Friedman, our Chairman and Founder. George, thank you for joining me and taking some time. I just wanted
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Mexico ex-official arrested in abduction case
The Gulf Today - 3 Hours ago
MEXICO CITY: A former police chief in Cocula, the Mexican town where witnesses say 43 missing students were massacred, was arrested for allegedly participating in handing the young men over to a criminal
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US Warns Americans Not to Travel to Acapulco
Breitbart.com - 3 Hours ago
:59 PM PDT post a comment As Mexico continues to be the center of daily protests across the nation, the U.S. Embassy issued a travel advisory on Friday evening warning tourists to avoid non-essential
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Former police official arrested over …
Yahoo! India - 3 Hours ago
Mexico City, Nov 23 (IANS/EFE) A former deputy police chief and suspected member of the Guerreros Unidos ("United Warriors") drug cartel, that allegedly, is involved in the disappearance of 43 students
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Mexico: Fugitive Police Chief Arrested in Missing Students Case
Latin American Herald Tribune - 3 Hours ago
MEXICO CITY – Mexico’s Attorney General’s Office has confirmed the arrest of a former deputy police chief who is a suspected member of the Guerreros Unidos drug cartel and is linked to the disappearance
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US Embassy In Mexico: Defer Non-Essential Travel to Acapulco
Breitbart.com - 3 Hours ago
:59 PM PDT post a comment As Mexico continues to be the center of daily protests across the nation, the U.S. Embassy issued a travel advisory on Friday evening warning tourists to avoid non-essential
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43 deaths and nation's cry to kill corruption
U-T San Diego - 57 Minutes ago
The 43 students kidnapped and murdered in Mexico’s poor, rural south in September was outrageous enough. But to learn that the local mayor and police might be responsible? That appears to be a tipping
43 deaths and a cry to kill corruption U-T San Diego
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Monarchy Resources : to Change Name to Monarchy Ventures Inc.
Gold Industry Today - 3 Hours ago
Nov 22, 2014 - 03:02 GMT PARRAL, MEXICO--(Marketwired - Nov. 21, 2014) - Monarchy Resources, Inc. (OTCQB:MONK) - The Company announced today that it has received FINRA approval
Monarchy Resources to Change Name to Monarchy Ventures Inc. Gold Industry Today
Monarchy Resources to Change Name to Monarchy Ventures Inc. Marketwired Yahoo! Finance
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Mexico has more delays in building international bridge
El Paso Times - 24 Minutes ago
File photo: The sign marks the location of the new roadway which will lead to the new Tornillo U.S. port-of-entry. (Victor Calzada / El Paso Times) The full operation of the new Tornillo-Guadalupe international
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Editorial: A rule of law for Mexico needed as violence, corruption increase
Nashoba Publishing - 71 Minutes ago
For decades, Mexico has been characterized as mired in corruption, and the stain of lawlessness has indeed run deep. But recent events have underscored anew how Mexico — despite genuine signs of economic
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More than 100 Fort Bliss soldiers depart for Africa to fight Ebola virus
World News Report - 85 Minutes ago
Nov 22, 2014 - 16:05 GMT RUBEN R RAMIREZ—EL PASO TIMES Major Heath Holt holds his daughter Lily and son Luke before joining about 120 members of Task Force Iron Knights' before they held a colors casing
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