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Mexican Law Enforcement Accused Of Firing On U.s. Border Agents - los Angeles Times

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We had units there in an unmarked vehicle close to the international boundary. After the shots were fired, the official said, there was a verbal exchange between our federal law enforcement and the Mexican agents, and there was an apology. With border tensions rising sharply this year and thousands of Mexican and Central American minors crossing into the U.S., some experts predict more such international incidents. It's becoming more than normal, said James Phelps, a border and domestic security professor at Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas, adding that such incursions usually happen only once every two or four years.
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Diana Nadell court 062514 In 2008, Australian Alicia Gali, was jailed in Fujairah, one of the Arab Emirate countries, for eight months for adultery after she reported being raped by three colleagues at the luxury resort where she worked. British couple Vince Acors and Michelle Palmer were jailed for three months in 2008 for having sex on a public beach an allegation they denied. Abu Dhabis man-made island, Al Saddiyat, seen from space.Photo: Wikipedia It seems that NYU is hanging its hat on the special free zone status that, in theory, exempts its students from many of Abu Dhabis strict restrictions on rights including media, political and LGBT freedoms.
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