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Mexico: One Failed US War Doesn’t Justify Another

Mexico: One Failed US War Doesn’t Justify Another

  By Thomas L. Knapp On November 4th, ten dual US-Mexican citizens — members of an offshoot sect of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints — died in a highway ambush, apparently the latest casualties of rampant and violent drug cartel activity in northern Mexico. US president Donald Trump promptly called upon “Mexico, […]

Mexico Ends 2017 Tied with Syria as Most Dangerous Country for Journalists

Mexico Ends 2017 Tied with Syria as Most Dangerous Country for Journalists

MEXICO CITY – Mexico is closing out 2017 – tied with Syria – as the world’s most dangerous country for journalists, with 12 reporters murdered during the year, the highest yearly total in its history. Twelve journalists also were killed in wartorn Syria during 2017. Although Reporters Without Borders (RSF) registered a global decline in […]

Leader of Oxnard’s Colonia Chiques gang convicted by Feds

Leader of Oxnard’s Colonia Chiques gang convicted by Feds