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Global Politics

Former US diplomat attests to racial discrimination in diplomatic corps

Tianna Spears says she faced racial discrimination as a US consular officer abroad. "America loses, first of all, when we're not an inclusive society and when we're not welcoming to others," she told The World. "But secondly, when we're overseas at our embassies and consulates abroad, we have a great opportunity to advance diplomacy and show what America truly represents."

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Conflict & Justice

Mexico revamps court system

In Mexico, the criminal court system is transforming to make court proceedings open to the public. But Mexico's current rash of drug-related violence makes implementing the new system a daunting task. Monica Ortiz Uribe reports from Ciudad Juarez.

Conflict & Justice

Mexicans fed up of violence

Shannon Young reports that many ordinary Mexicans are so fed up with the level of violence in their country that they are increasingly speaking out. The protests are aimed not just at Mexico's drug cartels, but also at the government.