U.S.-Mexico Border Security NPR's Gerry Hadden reports that Mexico has beefed up security in its airports and along its northern border since the terrorist attacks. The country has worked with American security agencies to prevent suspects from escaping U.S. investigators -- or entering U.S. soil.
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U.S.-Mexico Border Security

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NPR's Gerry Hadden reports that Mexico has beefed up security in its airports and along its northern border since the terrorist attacks. The country has worked with American security agencies to prevent suspects from escaping U.S. investigators — or entering U.S. soil.