Mexico Hosts SouthCom Conference to Launch Plan Pentagon Against Central American Migrants

Mexico Hosts SouthCom Conference to Launch Plan Pentagon Against Central American Migrants

Mexico’s Secretaries of Government and Foreign Relations and Defense and Marine Secretariats will stand beside their U.S. co-hosts June 15 and 16 to launch the new Plan Pentagon for Central America. They won’t call it that, of course. Vice President Mike Pence will open the event “Conference on Prosperity and Security in Central America”, before the presidents, the generals and representatives from observer countries.

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School of the Americas Protest on US-Mexico Border Expands Fight for International Justice

School of the Americas Protest on US-Mexico Border Expands Fight for International Justice

On Oct. 9, 200 activists marched along a dusty highway between Nogales and Tucson toward a Border Patrol checkpoint just north of Tubac, Arizona. At the front, activists prepared to risk arrest clutched painted crosses in their hands, each bearing the name of someone killed by US-trained assassins or the militarized US-Mexico border.

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Citizen Excursions into the Border’s Valley of Dollars and Death

Citizen Excursions into the Border’s Valley of Dollars and Death

It’s anybody’s guess how many victims of violence are still buried somewhere in the Juarez Valley on the Mexico-U.S. border. For starters, there is the still largely unexcavated Navajo Arroyo, where the remains of 18 young women who went missing from nearby Ciudad Juarez have been recovered and identified since late 2011, according to the local daily Norte.

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