Tracy Wilkinson

Los Angeles Times

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International affairs correspondent and former Mexico City Bureau Chief for the Los Angeles Times

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After  yesterday's landing in Cuba , just 90 miles from American shores, President Obama spoke at the newly reopened US embassy.

90 Years of History 90 Miles Away

After yesterday's landing in Cuba , just 90 miles from American shores, President Obama spoke at the newly reopened US embassy.

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A massive manhunt is on in Mexico for Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, who escaped from prison this weekend, using a highly sophisticated tunnel and acutely embarrassing Mexico's President,…

How Easy Was El Chapo's Escape?

A massive manhunt is on in Mexico for Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán, who escaped from prison this weekend, using a highly sophisticated tunnel and acutely embarrassing Mexico's President,…

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It’s been more than a month since 43 students were last seen when police led them away from a protest in Iguala, a city in Mexico’s Guerrero province.  Iguala’s Mayor immediately took…

Fugitive Mexican Mayor, Suspected in Abduction of Missing Students, Is Captured

It’s been more than a month since 43 students were last seen when police led them away from a protest in Iguala, a city in Mexico’s Guerrero province.  Iguala’s Mayor immediately took…

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