Lynne Walker

Mexico City Bureau Chief, Copley News Service

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Mexico City Bureau Chief for Copley News Service

Lynne Walker on KCRW

President Felipe Calderón calls  the flooding in Tabasco  "one of the worst natural disasters in the history" of Mexico.

Terrible Floods in the Mexican State of Tabasco

President Felipe Calderón calls the flooding in Tabasco "one of the worst natural disasters in the history" of Mexico.

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