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Patrick J. McDonnell

Patrick J. McDonnell is the Los Angeles Times Mexico City bureau chief.  Previously he was bureau chief in Beirut, covering conflicts in Syria, Iraq and Libya and issues in Iran, Lebanon and Turkey. He covered the Iraq war as Baghdad correspondent/bureau chief and then roamed South America as Buenos Aires bureau chief. He began at The Times covering the U.S.-Mexico border in San Diego/Tijuana and immigration issues. McDonnell is a native of the Bronx, where he majored in Irish-American studies and N.Y. Yankee fandom. He is a graduate of New York University and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, was a Nieman fellow at Harvard and a 2014 Pulitzer finalist in international reporting for coverage from inside Syria.
Mexico struggles to identify the victims of a gas pipeline explosion that killed at least 85

Two days after a gas pipeline explosion in Mexico, the death toll stands at 85. Officials said it could take weeks or months to identify all the bodies.

Siguen identificando muertos tras la explosión de un ducto en México, suman ya 79

La explosión mortal se produjo en medio de una orden de López Obrador para enviar a miles de soldados y policías a vigilar tuberías.

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