U.S. BORDER PATROL AGENT KILLED IN THE LINE OF DUTY
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Border Patrol Agent Killed in the Line of Duty
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Correo (Mexico) 12-14-2010

Urban Migration Triggers More Poverty

According to SEDESOL (social services), the economic boom in the city is causing more people to come to Leon, which generates an over-demand for services, which can’t be readily solved. Noting that Leon is one of the ten cities nationwide with the highest poverty, a social services representative said that they are studying how to work in a focused manner with the government. He continued that the migration to the city creates imbalances, and that they are hoping the new Congress will increase their budget.


http://correo-gto.com.mx/notas.asp?id=199672
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La Prensa Grafica (El Salvador) 12/14/2010

Planes, Vehicles and Property Seized from Drug Gang

The Nicaraguan Army and Police captured a drug cartel cell, and seized 11 vehicles, 5 aircraft, 9 pieces of heavy equipment and 7 rural and city properties in different parts of the country. One pilot and 4 Nicaraguans were arrested. It is believed they were part of La Familia (Mexican cartel). The drugs were moved by air, using planes appearing to be crop dusting aircraft. Police are continuing to search for other suspects that are Honduran, Colombian, Mexican and Costa Rican. The seizures included five planes, seven tractors, a bulldozer, a Caterpillar, two cars, four race cars, four pickup trucks, a motorcycle, two houses and five plantations in the interior. The arrested Nicaraguans were directors of the company named Aerial Spraying Agricultural Services. (Of note is the suspects are of five different nationalities.)

http://tinyurl.com/2656ver
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La Prensa (Honduras) 12-14-2010

The Year Ends with 66, 000 Cases of Dengue

(Tegucigalpa, Honduras) The Director of the National Dengue Program has reported 66, 000 cases of classic dengue (a virus caused by four closely related virus serotypes and transmitted by mosquitoes). Eleven thousand people have been hospitalized for suspected dengue hemorrhagic fever during this year. He said the year is closing with a weekly report of 99 cases, the lowest in ten years and credits prevention programs. He noted that involvement of the entire population is essential to combat dengue as mosquitos breeding in homes must be eliminated.


http://tinyurl.com/25fve2m
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El Universal (Mexico) 12-14-2010

Dollar Continues Declining in Mexico City Banks

(Mexico City) The dollar lost two cents at Monday’s closing of bank business in Federal District banks. The Euro fell six cents. The Bank of Mexico set the exchange rate at 12.3703 pesos per dollar.

http://www.eluniversal.com.mx/notas/730440.html
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Expresion Libre (Mexico) 12-13-2010

Violence Scares Investors

(Mexico City) Direct foreign investment fell 78 percent in the January-September period. The Ciudad Juarez chamber of commerce reported membership declined from 600 to less than 400 as many companies crossed the border, and “Now El Paso is in a Boom