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U.S. Ends Cooperation in Mexican Probes

The U.S. Treasury Department has suspended cooperation with the Mexican government on financial investigations, a move that could potentially affect drug, money laundering and terrorism financing investigations. The U.S. Embassy said the Treasury Department sent a letter to the Mexican government saying that, because confidential U.S. information was leaked to the public during a political scandal here, it would no longer cooperate in cross-border investigations. The letter said the suspension of cooperation, which began Thursday, would be in affect until there are “guarantees that all delicate information will be protected.” Full Story

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