Mexican Border State Cops Honor Fallen Comrade

Police in Tamaulipas gathered over the weekend to pay their respects to yet another state officer who died while trying to fight off a cartel attack. The killing comes at a time when officials are widely accused of protecting the Gulf Cartel in the border state.

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Migrant Apprehensions at Border Exceed 1 Million Before Mid-Year Mark

Border Patrol agents apprehended more than one million migrants so far this fiscal year who crossed the border between ports of entry, according to a border sector chief. This puts the migrant apprehensions over the one million mark before the midway point of the year which began on October 1, 2022.

LA JOYA, TEXAS-March 25, 2021-Ten-year-old Christopher Garcia, center, sits with fellow Central American migrants in Texas's Rio Grande Valley waiting transport to a Border Patrol holding area on March 25, 2021.(PLEASE REFER TO STORY ON ID) Christopher traveled alone from San Pedro Sula, Honduras to reach the United States. The …

‘Too Big for His Boots’: China Bashes Japan PM for Daring to Visit India While Xi Jinping Is in Russia

China’s regime-controlled news outlet condemned conservative Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio on Monday for daring to visit India while China’s dictator Xi Jinping began a trip to Russia, accusing Kishida of pursuing ambitions “too big for his boots” and lamenting that Kishida and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi were siphoning media attempt away from Moscow.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, right, with his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida arrive for their meeting in New Delhi, India, Monday, March 20, 2023. (AP Photo/Manish Swarup)