The long financial crisis in the United States has severely affected the money sent home by citizens of Mexico, the Bank of Mexico said.
In August, the monthly growth of funds sent home was the worst on record, as the annual rate fell by 12.2 percent, according to data from the central bank.
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Under the terms proposed [in the bailout plan], Bushs initiative would permit large companies to emerge unscathed from the disastrous consequences of their own greed, but would not lend an ounce of aid to citizens who have lost their homes or are about to lose them, in the midst of the real estate crisis shaking the United States.
One of the most important problems in Mexicos fight against crime is the thousands of weapons in the hands of criminals. Genaro Garcia Luna complained not long ago that the police must confront gangs that possess hundreds of goat horns (AK-47 rifles). The problem worsens daily, given the proximity of the U.S. [Read more]
Representatives from the United States and Iraq today are redoubling their efforts to define an agreement the focuses on the future scheme of the security in the country, but they avoided giving dates about the withdrawal of American troops.
The presence of the American forces should be based in the conditions on [Read more]
In the current conflict, the strong men of the Kremlin, President Dmitri Medvedev and his Rasputin and executing arm, Vladimir Putin, have patiently waited for the moment to avenge the affront that the decisive support by Bush for the unilateral independence of Kosovo represented.
Washington in Full Force Against Evo
The face of crude violence which has escalated subversively in Bolivia, due to the revoking referendum, has already cost bloodshed among workers and has impeded the movement of President Evo Morales on important activities related to his seditious township agendas. The habitual [Read more]
It is estimated that 15 percent of these children live in the border strip without any governmental protection.
Similar to the bellicose confrontations of mentor Bush, Calderon's "war" against "organized crime" is wrapped in blackmail. And as a result Bush wants to "Colombianize" Mexico.
Sex and Politics Again
John Edwards, one of the Democratic presidential candidate hopefuls, confessed in an interview with ABC News --after denying it repeatedly-- that he did have extra-marital relations with a campaign adviser. He blamed "an egoism, a narcissism that leads you to believe that you can do [Read more]
The Hispanic community with the right to vote corresponds to 8.9% who are registered to vote.
The growing population of Hispanics in the United States has led many all over the country to believe that the Latino vote will take shape as one of the factors that will decide the next President of the United States. [Read more]