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During a recent press conference, President Obama and Calderon discuss several issues. The least of which was immigration reform.
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Former Guatemala President on Trial for $15 Million Embezzlement
Guatemala's former president under prosecution for embezzling more than $15 million.
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Brazil Elects First Female President
Dilma Rousseff On Oct. 31 Brazil elected its first female president.…
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Uranium in the Mix: Friction between the U.S. and Iran
Iran's president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, has indicated his country may be ready to ship uranium abroad for enrichment, an action in line with a U.N.-backed proposal. Why now? The offer has been on the table since October of last year, but it seemed the leaders of Iran would never agree. For months, Iranian officials have criticized the plan proposed by the U.S., Russia, China, Britain, France and Germany last year advising Iran to send out the bulk of its low-enriched uranium to be processed and returned as nuclear fuel to power its reactor. However, conservatives in Iran were bitterly disappointed with the president bid to quickly make concession to the West.
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The Value of Education: Crisis in the Budget
The quarter has been bittersweet for José, the AB 540 freshman. Although attending his dream school, he finds himself in a world of financial insecurity. Like thousands across California, he knows that the UC Regents meeting on Nov. 18-19 will impact his future. If the Regents raise fees yet again, this time by 32%, his dream of becoming a doctor will prove more difficult.
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Obama Takes Step Backward on Cuba
The Obama administration took a step backward on U.S. relations with Cuba when it included it on a terrorist list. We urge the administration to reconsider this decision.
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Jesuit Massacre Still Haunts Salvadorans After 20 Years
Twenty years ago, three colleagues and I were the first reporters on the scene of the murders here of six Jesuit priests, their cook and her daughter, a turning point in the civil war that cost 75,000 other Salvadoran lives. As gatherings the world over commemorate the special anniversary, I remember details of that morning I do not want to forget.