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U.S President Obama and Mexican President Nieto's revisit geography as borders and tradition as friends: Relations litmus paper test By Alfredo B. Ancheta Anchor for
U.S. and Mexican flags are displayed at the National Palace where President Obama and his Mexican counterpart Enrique Pena Nieto were meeting, in Mexico City, May 2, 2013. President Obama arrived here on Thursday afternoon for a series of meetings
President Barack Obama will discuss immigration when he meets with Mexico's president Thursday but will focus on trade and security, the White House said. The Mexico City meetings between Obama and President Enrique Pena Nieto come as a bipartisan
Police and protesters outside the Televisa building in Mexico City. Photograph: Tomas Bravo/Reuters Some brought tents and blankets and a few hugged guitars, but by far the most common accessory seen at the 24-hour siege of the broadcasting giant
IPS Articles Accusations are baloney' Villanueva is not a high-ranking official and his views do not represent Mexico's foreign policy establishment. Other more senior officials in Chihuahua State, including the mayor of Juarez, dismissed the claims
Topics Mexico's President-elect Enrique Pena Nieto smiles during a news conference in Mexico City July 18, 2012. Mexico's Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, winner of the July 1 presidential election, on Monday accused the leftist runner-up
Thousands marched through Mexico City's center on Sunday to protest what they called the "imposition" of the candidate of the old ruling party as the country's new president. Protesters carried signs accusing presumed President-
Thousands are marching through Mexico City's center and protesting what they call the "imposition" of the candidate of Mexico's old ruling party as the new president. Marchers are carrying signs and chanting that presumed victor Enrique Pena Nieto