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The Border

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Women's Rights Groups Protest Mexico's New Attorney General

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Sep 14, 2009

The lawyer thought to be behind the cover-ups of the mass murders and the disappearances in Ciudad Juarez has been nominated to be Mexico's next Attorney General.

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New Threat to Mexicos Drug Cartels: Rehab Centers

New America Media, News analysis, Louis E.V. Nevaer, Sep 12, 2009

When gunmen stormed a drug rehab center in northern Mexico, lined up addicts against the wall and shot them execution-style, Mexicos drug cartels sent a powerful message to drug addicts working the streets as retail drug suppliers: You are in this for life.

Prisoners of Ignorance and Tradition

La Opinin, Investigative Report, Video, Audio, Claudia Nez, Translated by Marvelia Alpzar, Aug 01, 2009

More than 20,000 indigenous Mexicans, most of whom do not speak Spanish or English, are locked up in U.S. prisons, lost in a system that they do not know or understand.

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BELO TV Documents Mexican Drug War Impact on Civilians

New America Now TV, Video, Anchor & Producer: Odette Keeley// Video: Mike Siv, Jul 22, 2009

BELO TV's Angela Kocherga sees firsthand how Mexico's President Felipe Calderon's war on drugs has frustrated Mexican people, especially those living along the U.S. border.

Radio Roundup of the Ethnic Media: Mexico Elections & Indian Gays Decriminalized

New America Media, Audio, Odette Keeley, Jul 17, 2009

This week: BELO TV on continuing deaths and violence from Mexico President Calderon's drug war as a main reason for the opposition party PRI's victory in the recent midterm elections; and India West newspaper on Indian-American gays overjoyed at Delhi High Court ruling decriminalizing homosexual sex.

Arizona Boxing Takes a Hit

La Estrella de Tucsn, News Report, By Natalia Lopera, Translated by Elena Shore // Photos by Dean Knuth, Jul 11, 2009

Since implementing the employer sanctions law, Arizona has started requiring all foreign boxers to present a work visa. The new requirement is preventing Mexican boxers from boxing in Arizona, literally changing the face of the sport. Traduccin al espaol

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Task Force Calls for Immigration Overhaul

New America Media, Commentary, Edward Alden, Jul 08, 2009

Prominent Democrats and Republicans agree that the failure to get immigration policy right is having serious consequences for Americas standing in the world. A report released today by the Independent Task Force on U.S. Immigration Policy urges Congress to move ahead with reform.

Year-Old Legal Challenge to Border Wall Dies

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Kent Paterson, Jun 15, 2009

A legal challenge in the U.S. Supreme Court to the construction of the U.S.-Mexico border wall was declared dead today.

Digital D-Day on the Border

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, Jun 12, 2009

As the United States went from analog to digital television transmissions, many Mexican viewers whove long watched broadcasts from just across the border lost access to their favorite programs.

Crack Use Up in J-Town

Frontera NorteSur, News Report, Staff, May 26, 2009

The spike in crack use in Ciudad Juarez coincides with massive lay-offs in the export assembly, or maquiladora, industry since 2007.

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