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Obama, Mexico's president discuss violence, immigration

Obama, Mexico's president discuss violence, immigration

President Obama raised concerns about violence in Mexico during an Oval Office meeting Tuesday with the country's president, while also praising the two nations' efforts to improve their handling of issues such as immigration. As protesters in the snow outside waved signs about human rights abuses south of the border, Obama and President Enrique Peña Nieto talked about the investigation of the fall disappearance of 43 students in the state of Guerrero, where a violent drug gang reportedly collaborates with corrupt police and stands as a symbol of a crisis. "Our commitment is to be a friend and supporter of Mexico in its efforts to eliminate the scourge of violence...

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