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Topic - Alan Bersin
The head of Customs and Border Protection will leave his post at the end of the month.
The U.S. ambassador to Canada is calling for smarter border security to target terrorists and smugglers and to spend "less time inspecting my grandmother."
Corruption on the U.S. side of the Mexican border rose sharply in recent years as drug cartels targeted border agents as part of illicit drug and human trafficking, senior Obama administration officials told a Senate hearing on Thursday.
A U.S. Border Patrol agent attempting to arrest bandits who prey on illegal immigrants was killed during a gunfight about 10 miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border near Rio Rico, Ariz., 60 miles south of Tucson.
In a statement, Mr. Bersin said he was "proud of the significant and meaningful achievements we have made on our borders and at our nation's ports of entry over nearly two years."
Commissioner Alan Bersin, head of Customs and Border Protection, said he was "proud of the significant and meaningful achievements we have made on our borders and at our nation's ports of entry over nearly two years."