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Mexico extradites reputed drug lord Arellano Felix

Mexican prosecutors say they have extradited a reputed top drug lord to face charges in the United States. Full story

Ambassador to Mexico quits in Wikileaks spat

The U.S. ambassador to Mexico, who wrote a leaked cable that questioned how Mexico coordinates the war against drug traffickers, has resigned. Full story

U.S. drones enter Mexico to scout for drug gangs

U.S. drones are conducting surveillance flights in Mexico as the two nations step up joint efforts to combat drug traffickers, the Mexican government said on Wednesday. Full story

Mexican leader slams U.S. coordination in drug war

President Felipe Calderon has rejected accusations that a lack of coordination in Mexico is undermining his fight against drug cartels, saying the real culprit is the rivalry within U.S. intelligence agencies. Full story

Kidnapped Mexican politician freed after 7 months

MEXICO CITY, Dec 20 - Diego Fernandez de Cevallos, a prominent former Mexican presidential candidate, has been released seven months after being kidnapped by an unknown group. Full story

Mexico investigates deadly oil pipeline blast

At least 28 people were killed, 13 of them children, in an oil pipeline explosion Sunday that Mexican authorities are blaming on fuel thieves. Full story

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