Sandra Dibble

Reporter for the San Diego Union-Tribune

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Reporter for the San Diego Union-Tribune, covering Tijuana, Mexico

Sandra Dibble on KCRW

Both houses of Congress  want to keep Mexican trucks off  U.S.

Here Come The Mexican Trucks

Both houses of Congress want to keep Mexican trucks off U.S.

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Mexico's new President Felipe Calderón has declared war on the drug traffic that's corrupted local police and led to hundreds of murders in the past year.

Mexico's President Disarms Police, Launches New War on Drugs

Mexico's new President Felipe Calderón has declared war on the drug traffic that's corrupted local police and led to hundreds of murders in the past year.

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