Azam Ahmed

New York Times

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Azam Ahmed is Mexico, Central America and Caribbean Bureau Chief for the New York Times, and its former Kabul Bureau Chief.

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Speaking of next week’s meeting with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto, President Trump spoke yesterday of "working together on a positive trade, safe borders and economy" to…

Mexican President Peña Nieto cancels US trip after Twitter battle

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Mexico's drug cartels are so powerful that local and national police -- notorious for corruption -- have been replaced by Marines and soldiers.

Is Mexico's Military Out of Control?

Mexico's drug cartels are so powerful that local and national police -- notorious for corruption -- have been replaced by Marines and soldiers.

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Preliminary results from Afghanistan’s runoff presidential election were released today.

Preliminary Results Reveal an Afghan President - But Will He Be Accepted?

Preliminary results from Afghanistan’s runoff presidential election were released today.

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