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Mexico's federal police agency has fired nearly 10 percent of its force this year for failing lie detector tests or other checks designed to detect possible corruption, officials said Monday.
Mexico's new 500-peso bills will bear the images of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, two of the country's best-known painters.
Republicans have taken a 10-percentage-point lead over Democrats on the midterm generic ballot for Congress, the party's largest lead in the nearly 70 years Gallup has tracked the measure.
Mexican security forces last week were bringing refrigeration equipment for the bodies of 72 Central and South American migrants whose massacre at a remote ranch in northern Mexico is thought to have been the work of drug-cartel gunmen, while investigators tried to determine their identities and why they were gunned down 100 miles from the U.S. border.
A major Mexican television network says a car has exploded in front of its offices in a northern state where officials are investigating the massacre of 72 Central and South American migrants.
A car exploded early Friday in front of the offices of a major Mexican television station in a northern state where officials are investigating the massacre of 72 Central and South American migrants.
Iraq foresees a rise in attacks by al Qaeda-linked groups when U.S. troops formally end combat missions this month but believes its forces are up to the challenge of providing security, a senior Iraqi official said.
In growing numbers, migrants are gambling their lives at sea as land crossings become even more arduous and likely to end in arrest. Sea interdictions and arrests have spiked year-over-year for three years, as enforcement efforts ramp up to meet the challenge.
The southern Pacific Coast is a new frontier for illegal immigrants entering the United States, a roughly 400-square-mile expanse that stretches from a bullring on the shores of Tijuana, Mexico, to suburban Los Angeles.