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Mexican police mount big hunt for kidnapped football player
Himalayan times

Mexican soccer star Alan Pulido kidnapped in border state

border state of Tamaulipas, a state official said. Pulido is a forward for Olympiacos of Greece and was part of Mexico's 2014 World Cup team, though he wasn't called up for the Copa America tournament that starts this coming week. The official said the ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
Mexican Soccer Star Fought Off Kidnappers In Daring Escape Equilibrio Informativo, 3 weeks ago
Olympiakos striker survives kidnap ordeal Neos Kosmos, 3 weeks ago
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In Print: America's Urban Future: Lessons from North of the Border

America's Urban Future: Lessons from North of the Border Ray Tomalty and Alan Mallach Island Press 2000 M Street NW, Suite 650, Washington, DC 20036; www.islandpress.org . 312 pages. Paperback, $40. According to authors Ray Tomalty and Alan ...
 Urban Land Institute2 days ago

Tools of the 21st Century Border

As set out in the essay earlier in this series by Alan Bersin and Michael Huston, at its core, 21st Century Border management meansnot drawing a line in the sand and forever building up more and more enforcement resources at the borderitself, but ...
 Wilson Center2 weeks ago

Central American Refugees Lives Put at Risk by U.S.-Financed Program for their Interception and Deportation by Mexico

By Nicholas Kristof, New York Times ON THE GUATEMALAN-MEXICAN BORDER — Cristóbal, a 16-year-old Honduran refugee fleeing a drug gang that wants to kill him, has never heard of anyone named Barack Obama. Neither can he name the Mexican ...
 AllGov1 day ago Blood On Obama's Hands  Qatar Tribune3 days ago Blood on Obama's hands — Nicholas Kristof  Malay Mail3 days ago OBAMAS DEATH SENTENCE FOR YOUNG REFUGEES  EnvironmentGuru.com4 days ago

SA-bound Zambians take heed

IT is sad to note that the title of the novel Cry, the Beloved Country by Alan Paton which represents the chaos, destruction, and corruption in apartheid South Africa, is significant even today because the nation's history is still having some ...
 Times of Zambia2 days ago Zambia: SA-Bound Zambians Take Heed  AllAfrica.com1 day ago

Slowdown fears knock Britain's corporates

REUTERS The Union Jack is seen flying, at the border of Gibraltar with Spain, in the British overseas territory of Gibraltar. File picture: Jon Nazca London - Airlines, holiday companies and house-builders joined British banks in bearing the ...
 Independent On Saturday2 days ago

'Brexit surge' Migrant warning for Channel as ex-Navy chief brands border force a 'mess'

EXCLUSIVE: BRITAIN'S security agencies have too few vessels to stop people traffickers smuggling migrants into the UK from France, a former head of the Royal Navy has warned. Admiral Lord West is calling for the situation to be urgently addressed ...
 Scottish Daily Express2 days ago
Eurasia Review

EU referendum: How the rest of Europe views a Brexit

There are consequences to a vote for Brexit in the European Union (EU) referendum that reach far beyond the borders of Britain. The rest of the EU is watching anxiously. A vote to leave would likely embolden the many nativist and eurosceptic groups ...
 International Business Times UK1 week ago Does Europe Need Brexit? Analysis  Eurasia Review1 week ago European giants push Britain for 'a quick divorce' - which could cause serious problems for Ireland  Irish Independent4 days ago EU Referendum: Splitsville?  DeHavilland5 days ago
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Sunderland view: We need to shut border

The passion for football in northeast England is renowned. On a balmy weekday evening, a few hundred people have gathered in a pedestrianised street in Sunderland city centre to watch England's final group fixture in the European championships on a ...
 Irish Times1 week ago
Melbourne Age

The Notebook Trilogy review: Agota Kristof's startlingly original fiction

The Notebook Trilogy AGOTA KRISTOF TEXT, $34.99 Agota Kristof was born in 1935 in western Hungary, not far from the border that became the Iron Curtain. During the chaos of the 1956 uprising, she managed to escape, settling eventually in ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago
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