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National Guard to leave Mexico border in June

More than a thousand National Guard troops brought in last year to shore security on the U.S.-Mexico border will go home in June, authorities said on Friday. Full story

Cartel video game riles U.S.-Mexico border residents

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico/El PASO, Texas, Feb 17 (Reuters Life!) - A video shoot-up that turns Mexican cartel violence in one of the world's most violent cities into a role-playing game is upsetting residents on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border ahead of its release. Full story

Border smuggling game stirs controversy

A controversial iPod and iPad application that makes a game of the perils of sneaking across the U.S.-Mexico border has sparked controversy among activists for immigrant rights. Full story

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U.S.-Mexico border isn't so dangerous

Migrant border deaths reach 417 in 2009

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  Mexican police claim U.S. border patrol shot teen

U.S. and Mexican authorities are investigating the death of a 17-year-old near Nogales, Ariz., at the U.S.-Mexico border. State police in Mexico claim the boy was shot by a U.S. border patrol agent.

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This 2008 picture provided by the Arizona Farming & Ranching Hall of Fame shows Cochise County rancher Robert Krentz in Goodyear, Ariz, Krentz was killed last Saturday, March 27, 2010 on his 35,000 acre ranch north of Douglas. Many ranchers in southeastern Arizona say they will be more cautious when

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McStay home

The home of businessman Joseph McStay, his wife, Donna, and their two sons in Fallbrook, Calif. remains empty Wednesday Feb. 2, 2011, one year after the family disappeared. The family's vehicle was found at the U.S.-Mexico border crossing in San Ysidro and they were last heard from on Feb. 4 of last