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Felipe Calderon, President of Mexico (Associated Press)

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Street vendor Victor Manuel Jimenez lets his hat speak for him Wednesday in Tijuana, Mexico, site of a two-week $5 million festival, Innovative Tijuana, under way in the border city across from San Diego. (Associated Press)

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Women dance at a concert during the Tijuanarte Art Festival in Tijuana, Mexico, on Oct. 3, four days before the start of Innovative Tijuana. (Associated Press)

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Rep. Henry Cuellar, Texas Democrat (right), and Zapata County Sheriff Sigifredo Gonzalez discuss the disappearance of David Hartley in Mexico. (Associated Press)

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A rescue worker uses a zip-line to cross a civilian through an overflowed river in the town of Santa Maria de Tlahuitoltepec, Mexico, Tuesday Sept. 28, 2010. A mudslide first thought to have buried hundreds of people has left 11 missing and there are no confirmed dead, authorities said, backing off earlier predictions of a catastrophe in Mexico's rain-soaked southern state of Oaxaca. (AP Photo/Luis Alberto Cruz Hernandez)

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Workers remove mud from a house in Santa Maria de Tlahuitoltepec, Oaxaca state, Mexico, Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2010. A mudslide first thought to have buried hundreds of people has left 11 missing and there are no confirmed deaths, authorities said Tuesday night, backing off earlier predictions of a catastrophe in Mexico's rain-soaked southern state of Oaxaca. (AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

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Overall view of the town of Santa Maria de Tlahuitoltepec, Mexico, Tuesday Sept. 28, 2010, after a landslide occurred. A mudslide first thought to have buried hundreds of people has left 11 missing and there are no confirmed dead, authorities said, backing off earlier predictions of a catastrophe in Mexico's rain-soaked southern state of Oaxaca. (AP Photo/Luis Alberto Cruz Hernandez)

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People remove mud from a street after a landslide in Santa Maria de Tlahuitoltepec, Mexico, Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2010. A mudslide first thought to have buried hundreds of people has left 11 missing and there are no confirmed deaths, authorities said Tuesday night, backing off earlier predictions of a catastrophe in Mexico's rain-soaked southern state of Oaxaca. (AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

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People rest at a temporary shelters in Santa Maria de Tlahuitoltepec, Oaxaca state, Mexico, Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2010. The mudslide has left 11 people missing and there are no confirmed dead, authorities said Tuesday night, backing off earlier predictions of a catastrophe in Mexico's rain-soaked southern state of Oaxaca. (AP Photo/Miguel Tovar)

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Women wearing dresses in the colors of Mexico's flag dance on stilts during bicentennial celebrations at the Zocalo plaza in Mexico City, Wednesday Sept. 15, 2010. Mexico celebrates the 200th anniversary of its 1810 independence uprising. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

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People form the word "Mexico" during bicentennial celebrations in Mexico City's downtown Zocalo plaza, Wednesday Sept. 15, 2010. Mexico celebrates the 200th anniversary of its 1810 independence uprising. (AP Photo/Marco Ugarte)

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A crime scene investigator points his flashlight at a body in front of a home in the northern border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, early Friday, Sept. 10, 2010. According to eyewitness accounts at the scene, gunmen opened fire from a car at people standing outside a house, killing five and injuring two. (AP Photo/Raymundo Ruiz)

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In this photo released by Mexico's secretary of Defense, a soldier walks past a pickup truck and seized weapons near the town of Ciudad Mier in northern Mexico, Thursday Sept. 2, 2010. According to the secretary of Defense, gunmen opened fire on soldiers after an airborne patrol detected armed men guarding a home near this town. At least 25 gunmen were killed, two soldiers were injured and three people held captive were freed. (AP Photo/SEDENA)

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The abandoned warehouse in San Fernando in eastern Mexico where the 58 male and 14 female massacre victims were found is seen. (Associated Press)

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The bodies of the 58 male and 14 female massacre victims are seen inside the abandoned warehouse where they were found in San Fernando in eastern Mexico. They were migrants from Brazil, Ecuador, El Salvador and Honduras trying to get to the United States. (Associated Press)

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U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents patrol on a speedboat near the California-Mexico border off the coast of San Diego in late July. The California-Mexico coastline has become a new frontier for illegal immigrants entering the United States. (Associated Press)

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Fishermen and others gather at the beach in the fishing village of Popotla, Mexico, about 15 miles south of the U.S. border. Illegals are increasingly departing by sea from Popotla and elsewhere as land corridors are increasingly closed. (Associated Press)

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Fishermen arrive on shore in the fishing village of Popotla, Mexico, some 15 miles south of the U.S.-Mexico border, on July 14, 2010. Gambling their lives, illegal immigrants increasingly are looking to the ocean, as they consider crossing overland even more arduous and more likely to end in getting caught. U.S. agents have arrested 753 suspected illegal immigrants on Southern California shores and seas since October. (AP Photo/Guillermo Arias)

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Federal police officers examine one of their vehicles after it crashed during a gunbattle in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, on Saturday. At least one gunman was killed and three police officers were injured. (Associated Press)

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**FILE** An unidentified man in Mexico walks near a footbridge across the Rio Grande connecting the United States and Mexico near Acala, Texas, on Aug. 4, 2010. The bridge is one of two structures at opposite ends of a towering $2.4 billion west Texas stretch of steel border fence designed to block illegal entry. Though the International Boundary and Water Commission owns the bridges, which it calls grade control structures, both are unguarded paths into the United States from Mexico. (Associated Press)

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