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Submissions from 2011

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Chiapas Prosecutor Files Manslaughter Charges Against Former Gov. Pablo Salazar Mendiguchía, Carlos Navarro

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World Trade Organization Panel Determines that U.S. Restrictions on Tuna Imports from Mexico Violate Fair-Trade Rules, Carlos Navarro

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PEMEX Boosts Participation in Spain’s Repsol, Prompting Some Nationalist Concerns in Spain, Carlos Navarro

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Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Imports of Mexican Papayas, Carlos Navarro

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Cell phone Company Owned by Billionaire Carlos Slim Apparently Beats Huge Fine Levied by Anti-Monopoly Commission, Carlos Navarro

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Fatal Arson at Monterrey Casino Exemplifies Drug-related Violence in Northern Mexico, Carlos Navarro

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President Felipe Calderón Signs Legislation Eliminating Pocket Veto, Carlos Navarro

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State-run Oil Company PEMEX Awards First Exploration Contracts to British, Mexican Companies, Carlos Navarro

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Downgrade in U.S. Debt Rating, Lower U.S. Growth Expected to Affect Mexican Economy, Carlos Navarro

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U.S. Government Files Lawsuit to Stop Alabama from Enacting Anti-Immigrant Law, Carlos Navarro

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Attorney General Marisela Morales Asks for Resignation of 21 Prosecutors, Carlos Navarro

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Mexico City Reaches Milestone in Efforts to Curb Pollution, Carlos Navarro

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Report Shows Significant Increase in Poverty in Mexico between 2008 and 2010, Carlos Navarro

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Veracruz Reporter Becomes Fifth Journalist Killed in Mexico in 2011, Carlos Navarro

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PEMEX Inaugurates Newly Expanded, Modernized Refinery in Veracruz State, Carlos Navarro

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U.S. Announces Measures to Reduce Illegal Export of High-Caliber Weapons to Mexico, Carlos Navarro

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Mexico’s Tourism Giant Grupo Posadas Facing Financial Problems, Carlos Navarro

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Supreme Court Rules that Civilian Courts Must Have Jurisdiction in Cases Involving Military Violations of Human Rights, Carlos Navarro

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Death Penalty Controversy Resurfaces after Texas Executes Mexican National in July, Carlos Navarro

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U.S., Mexico Reach Apparent Solution to Bitter Truck Dispute, Carlos Navarro

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Mexican Government Announces New Guidelines to Reduce Imports of Junk Cars from U.S. and Canada, Carlos Navarro

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Sweep of Gubernatorial Elections in Three States puts Partido Revolucionario Institucional in Good Shape for 2012 Presidential Race, Carlos Navarro

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Federal Electoral Watchdog, Political Parties Already Looking Beyond Key México State Election on July 3, Carlos Navarro

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Hurricane Beatriz Helps Ease Dry Conditions in Much of Mexico, but Drought Remains a Long-Term Problem, Carlos Navarro

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Government’s Arrest of ex-Tijuana Mayor Jorge Hank Rhon Seen as Political Maneuver ahead of Upcoming Elections, Carlos Navarro

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U.S., Mexican Legislators Take Low-key Approach on Immigration at Washington Meeting, Carlos Navarro

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Different Opinions Arise on Whether Mexico Should be Considered Middle-Income Country, Carlos Navarro

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Mexico Files Second Lawsuit in U.S. Federal Court Against U.S. Companies that Have Acquired Stolen Fuel, Carlos Navarro

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Proposal for Three Major Parties to Run Single Candidate in Michoacán November Gubernatorial Election, Carlos Navarro

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State-run Oil Company PEMEX Announces Discovery of ‘Significant’ Natural-Gas Reserve in Deep Waters of Gulf of Mexico, Carlos Navarro

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Central Bank Chief Governor Agustín Carstens Announces Candidacy for Top Post in International Monetary Fund, Carlos Navarro

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Protection of Human Rights Becomes Codified in Mexican Constitution, Carlos Navarro

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President Felipe Calderón, Congress Act to Protect Migrants, Carlos Navarro

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Report Says Drug Violence Promoted Self-censorship in Mexican News Media, Suppressed Press Freedom, Carlos Navarro

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Mexican Congress Approves Changes to Constitution that Would Make Access to Ample, Quality Food a Basic Right, Carlos Navarro

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Price Increases, Renewed Debate over Genetically Modified Corn Place Food at Top of Concerns in Mexico in 2011, Kent Paterson

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Huichol Indians Seek to Block Canadian Mine Project in San Luis Potosí, Lindajoy Fenley

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Senate Approves Far-Reaching Political Reforms, Measure Sputters in Chamber of Deputies, Carlos Navarro

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Arizona’s Controversial SB1070 Remains at Center of Immigration Debate, Carlos Navarro

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Extreme Hot and Dry Conditions Fuel Record Fires in Mexico, Carlos Navarro

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Recent Tamaulipas Massacre among Difficult Challenges for New Attorney General Marisela Morales, Carlos Navarro

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State-run Oil Company PEMEX Looking into Purchase of Oil Refineries in U.S., Carlos Navarro

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Officials Downplay Concerns about Small H1N1 Outbreak in Chihuahua, Carlos Navarro

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President Felipe Calderón Nominates Marisela Morales as Attorney General, Carlos Navarro

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President Felipe Calderón Launches Plan to Ensure Water Sustainability through 2030, Carlos Navarro

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Recent Developments Favor PRI in July Gubernatorial Election in México State, Carlos Navarro

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Popular Documentary Exposes Deeply Flawed Judicial System, Carlos Navarro

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U.S.-Mexico Tensions Increase over Gun-Tracing Operation, Border Surveillance Program, Carlos Navarro

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El Paso-Juárez: One Border, Two Fates, Kent Paterson

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Grupo Financiero Banorte Consolidates Position as Mexico’s Third-largest Bank through Merger with Mexico City-based Ixe, Carlos Navarro

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Federal Court Suspends Work on Dam in Jalisco State Pending New Hearings in Local Communities, Carlos Navarro

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Public Protest Pushes Mexican Radio Station to Reinstate Prominent Journalist, Lindajoy Fenley

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President Felipe Calderón Optimistic about Tourism in 2011, but Drug-Related Violence Could Put Damper on Prospects, Carlos Navarro

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Proposals for Third Television Network Resurface, but Timetable Remains Unclear, Carlos Navarro

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Senate Overwhelming Confirms Jorge Pardo Rebolledo as new Supreme Court Justice, Carlos Navarro

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Some Parallels Drawn Between Murders of U.S. Agents Jaime Zapata in 2011 and Enrique Camarena in 1985, Carlos Navarro

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Mexican Court Denies Appeal from French Citizen Accused of Kidnapping; Judicial Rulings Affect Two Other High-profile Cases, Carlos Navarro

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Unemployment Remained High in October-December 2010 Despite Evidence of Better-than-expected Economic Growth During Year, Carlos Navarro

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Mexico Launches Anti-dumping Investigation on Some Imports of U.S. Chicken Parts, Carlos Navarro

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PRD, PAN Win First Two Gubernatorial Elections of 2011, but Most Important Races Scheduled for July, Carlos Navarro

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Mexico Takes Steps to Reduce Impact of Possible Global Food Crisis in 2011, Carlos Navarro

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U.S. Renews Pledge to Control Flow of High-Caliber Weapons to Mexico, but New Difficulties Arise, Carlos Navarro

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Bishop Samuel Ruiz Remembered for His Defense of Indigenous Communities, His Far-reaching Peace Mediation in Chiapas, Carlos Navarro

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Supreme Court Shorthanded at Start of New Session; Juan Silva Meza Elected Chief Justice, Carlos Navarro

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Mexico’s Drug Violence Reveals Worrisome Trends, Carlos Navarro

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U.S. President Barack Obama Proposes Plan to Restart Negotiations on Truck Dispute with Mexico, Carlos Navarro

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Conservative U.S. State Legislators Seek to Eliminate Birthright Citizenship from Children of Undocumented Immigrants, Carlos Navarro

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Major Parties Begin Maneuvering Ahead of State, Presidential Elections, Carlos Navarro

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Mexicana de Aviación Announces Plan to Resume Business Operations; Flight Schedules Remain Uncertain, Carlos Navarro

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Stark Contrast between Kidnapping of Prominent Politician Diego Fernández de Cevallos and Abductions of Central American Immigrants, Carlos Navarro

Submissions from 2010

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Poinsettia Growers in Mexico Expanding Domestic Sales, Still Not Allowed to Export to U.S. Market, Carlos Navarro

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Supreme Court Validates Private Contracts for State-Run Oil Company PEMEX, Carlos Navarro

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Leaked Diplomatic Cables Show Strong Concerns about President Felipe Calderón’s Campaign against Drug-Trafficking Organizations, Carlos Navarro

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Report Suggests that U.S. Immigration Agency Overestimated Deportation Numbers to Sway Funding Decision, Carlos Navarro

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Mexican companies increasing direct investments in US, Carlos Navarro

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UNESCO Recognizes Mexican Cuisine as Cultural Heritage of Humanity, Carlos Navarro

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Congress Approves 2011 Budget That Is 60 Billion Pesos above President Felipe Calderón's Request, Carlos Navarro

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Environment Takes Center Stage in Mexico Ahead of Major Conferences in November and December, Carlos Navarro

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Legal Issues Rock Mexican Catholic Church, Carlos Navarro

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U.S. Midterm Elections Have Implications for Mexico, Carlos Navarro

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Mexico’s Ranking on Transparency International’s Corruption Index Worsens in 2010, Carlos Navarro

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President Felipe Calderón Sends Senate Initiative to Subject Military to Civilian Courts for Three Serious Crimes, Carlos Navarro

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Drug Cartel in Michoacán Busted for Illegal Exports of Iron Ore to China, Carlos Navarro

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Rescue of Miners in Chile Draws Comparisons with 2006 Coahuila Mine Tragedy, Carlos Navarro

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U.S. Government Lifts Embargo on Imports of Mexican Shrimp, Carlos Navarro

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Mexico Concerned Spike in Wheat Prices Could Affect Domestic Food Costs, Carlos Navarro

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Tourism Secretary's Report about Mexico’s Tourism Sector Positive, but Violence Remains Unspoken Truth, Carlos Navarro

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México State Gov. Enrique Peña Nieto Pushes Through Reforms That Make Coalitions More Difficult Ahead of 2011 Gubernatorial Election, Carlos Navarro

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Mayors at the Forefront of Drug Wars, Carlos Navarro

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Arizona Immigration Law, Extreme Border Violence Top Issues at 2010 Border Governors Conference in New Mexico, Carlos Navarro

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Value-Added Tax Resurfaces as Key Issue in Debate on 2011 Budget, Carlos Navarro

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Concerns about Violence Blemish Mexico’s Independence Day, Bicentennial Celebrations, Carlos Navarro

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Mexico Expedites Transition to Digital Television Broadcasts, Carlos Navarro

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Massacre of Central, South American Migrants, Murder of Two Mayors among Latest Twists in Mexico’s Violent Drug Wars, Carlos Navarro

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Mexican Government Considers Adding Aquifers To 1944 Water Treaty, Carlos Navarro

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President Felipe Calderón Puts Positive Spin on Economy in Annual Address; Finance Secretariat Raises GDP Growth Forecast to 4.5 Percent, Carlos Navarro

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Mexico Imposes New Round of Tariffs on U.S. Products to Show Displeasure with Slow Progress on Truck Issue, Carlos Navarro

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Report Shows Significant Reduction in Illegal Logging in Monarch Butterfly Biosphere, but Other Factors Decimated Butterflies Last Winter, Carlos Navarro

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Government Inaugurates Germoplasm Bank, Research Center for Mexico’s Native Corn Varieties, Carlos Navarro

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Mexico’s High Court Supports Mexico City’s Gay-Marriage Law, Upholds Right of Gay Couples in Capital to Adopt Children, Carlos Navarro