Mexican Judges Rule 'El Chapo' Will Stand Trial In Mexico First

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Ruthless Mexican Drug Trafficker Was A Robin Hood In Home State

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Authorities Finally Nab Mexico's No. 1 Drug Kingpin

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Mexican Marines escort Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman to a helicopter in Mexico City on Saturday. Marco Ugarte/AP hide caption

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El Chapo's Arrest Punctures Drug Lord's Near-Mythical Status

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In Mexico, Obama Pressed On Immigration, Keystone XL Pipeline

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Trade Issues Expected To Dominate Obama's Trip To Mexico

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Between Cartels And Militias, Mexican State Hangs In The Balance

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A Mexican guard at a prison in Tijuana where 17 men are being held on charges they were digging a drug-smuggling tunnel from Tijuana to the U.S. border at San Diego. The men say they were kidnapped and forced to do the work. Special to NPR hide caption

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Tijuana Prisoner: I Was Forced To Dig Drug Tunnel To San Diego

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Michoacan Vigilante Groups Collaborate With Mexican Government

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Mexican-born Hubertus Von Hohenlohe, a German prince, plans to ski in style for the Winter Olympics. Courtesy of Alex Jorio hide caption

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'Mariachi Olympic Prince' Takes Glamour To Sochi Ski Slopes

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Drug Cartel Leader Captured In Mexico's Michoacan State

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Mexican National Executed For Texas Cop's Murder

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Vigilantes Strike Back Against Mexican Cartels

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Cost Overruns Threaten Widening Of Panama Canal

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Civilian militia members stand guard in the town of Nueva Italia on Monday. Since a government crackdown last weekend, militia groups say they have laid down their weapons against drug traffickers. Eduardo Verdugo/AP hide caption

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Under Government Pressure, Mexican Vigilantes Vow To Fight On

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