Presidents from Mexico and Central America met Wednesday to find new ways of battling gangs and criminals while gradually tearing down border and customs restrictions. The meeting in the Salvadoran capital focused on a regional integration plan designed to unite economies from Mexico to Panama and open the borders from Guatemala to Nicaragua, allowing the relatively free movement of people and goods. Full Story
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