HispanicVista, Commentary, Posted: Mar 30, 2010
It took the killing of two U.S. citizens in Ciudad Juarez to elicit a comment from the U.S. president. Yet the United States continues to deny its own complicity in the deaths of thousands of people in the Mexican drug war.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Mar 29, 2010
South Texans were confused by the seemingly contradictory messages about H1N1 coming from the Mexican and U.S. governments. As Mexico closed schools and instituted curfews, U.S. authorities appeared to be doing almost nothing -- leading some to believe that the virus was active only on one side of the border.
La Prensa San Diego, Editorial, Posted: Mar 20, 2010
The war on drugs has once again been proven a failure with the killings of two U.S. citizens in the la Ciudad Juarez this past weekend, when suspected drug cartel hit men killed a U.S. consulate employee and her husband, minutes after the husband of another consular employee was shot to death.
La Opinión, News Report, Posted: Mar 18, 2010
Activists say the Calderon administration “came running” after the Americans were killed, yet has failed to react with the same urgency to the many murders that have plagued Mexicans in Juarez for years.
Diario La Estrella, News Report, Posted: Mar 12, 2010
The U.S. government said Thursday that it has received multiple reports of human rights abuses by the Mexican military during its 2009 campaign against organized crime.
La Opinión, News Report, Posted: Mar 03, 2010
Clinton Promises Aid to Chile
El Diario/La Prensa, Editorial, Posted: Mar 02, 2010
Chile may have survived its earthquake better than Haiti, but there is no question that the South American nation needs help, write editors of El Diario/La Prensa.