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By DAN BERGER | April 28, 1992
The difference between Chicago and Guadalajara is that when things go wrong, Chicago fires officials. Guadalajara indicts them.California is shaking out the timid of heart.Any bill the gun store owners oppose can't be all wrong.Crime is up during a recession and drug epidemic and everyone wants to know why.The holy warriors of Afghanistan are holy warring on each other.
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By Jack Dolan and Andrew Julien and Jack Dolan and Andrew Julien,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 29, 2003
A handful of medical schools in the United States and abroad graduate troubled doctors at about 10 times the rate of the best schools, an eight-month Hartford Courant investigation found. Four medical schools - the Autonomous University of Guadalajara in Mexico, Howard University in Washington, Manila Central University in the Philippines and Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tenn. - ranked at the bottom in analyses of three databases containing records of disciplinary actions against thousands of physicians across the United States.
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NEWS
By DAN BERGER | June 22, 1993
We are sending 300 troops to Macedonia and if the Serb invade, we will pull them out.The Mexican cops captured the intended victim in the murder of the cardinal at Guadalajara airport. They just haven't caught the killers.
NEWS
By DAN BERGER | June 22, 1993
We are sending 300 troops to Macedonia and if the Serb invade, we will pull them out.The Mexican cops captured the intended victim in the murder of the cardinal at Guadalajara airport. They just haven't caught the killers.
NEWS
By DAN BERGER | April 24, 1992
Every city has tunnels. They may fill with water as in Chicago, or gas as in Guadalajara, but they will fill. Nature abhors a tunnel.Oriole Park at Camden Yards offers the most intimate view from any stadium of deep center field.
NEWS
May 27, 1993
Juan Jesus Posadas Cardinal Ocampo was the third prince of the Catholic Church murdered in this century. The cardinal archbishop of Zaragoza was ambushed by Spanish anarchists in 1923 during conflict between church and state. The cardinal archbishop of Brazzaville was murdered in tribal violence and anarchy in the Congo in 1974. In addition, the archbishop of El Salvador was assassinated by a rightist hit man in 1980.Unlike them, Cardinal Ocampo was not a martyr to his faith. Mexican police believe he was an accidental bystander in a drug turf war, as innocent of the vicious quarrel that killed him as a babe on a Baltimore stoop slain in turf wars between rival corner drug distributors.
NEWS
By Jack Dolan and Andrew Julien and Jack Dolan and Andrew Julien,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 29, 2003
A handful of medical schools in the United States and abroad graduate troubled doctors at about 10 times the rate of the best schools, an eight-month Hartford Courant investigation found. Four medical schools - the Autonomous University of Guadalajara in Mexico, Howard University in Washington, Manila Central University in the Philippines and Meharry Medical College in Nashville, Tenn. - ranked at the bottom in analyses of three databases containing records of disciplinary actions against thousands of physicians across the United States.
NEWS
April 28, 1992
Scapegoats are important. You cannot have a disaster without one. Sometimes that helps, and sometimes hinders, the search for the root causes, the effort to prevent recurrence.Chicago's Mayor Richard M. Daley fired three officials for the April 13 pouring of the Chicago River through a 50-mile tunnel system into downtown basements, knocking Chicago for a loop. He has had the heads of the acting transportation chief, the chief bridge engineer and a project engineer and is seeking removal of two others.
NEWS
By John M. McClintock and John M. McClintock,Mexico City Bureau | May 2, 1992
MEXICO CITY -- The governor of Jalisco state was replaced yesterday, becoming the highest-ranking victim of the political scandal surrounding the April 22 sewer explosions that killed 193 people in Guadalajara.A senior Mexican official said Gov. Guillermo Cosio Vidaurri was virtually fired by President Carlos Salinas de Gortari. "These are not times of comfort for persons who hold public positions," the president had noted in a Guadalajara-related speech Wednesday.The 62-year-old governor had been picketed by survivors who contend that the government should have evacuated the Reforma section of Mexico's second-largest city after residents reported smelling gasoline and solvent fumes.
NEWS
By Ginger Thompson and Ginger Thompson,Mexico City Bureau | May 26, 1993
MEXICO CITY -- The violent death of Cardinal Juan Jesus Posadas Ocampo -- accidentally caught in a hail of cross fire between rival drug gangs in Guadalajara Monday night -- has shaken this country into recognizing a climb in violence approaching the levels in Colombia and South Central Los Angeles.Mexico has for decades been a point of shipment for drugs traveling from South America to the United States. More than 70 percent of the narcotics that enter the United States pass through Mexico, say U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency officials here.
NEWS
May 27, 1993
Juan Jesus Posadas Cardinal Ocampo was the third prince of the Catholic Church murdered in this century. The cardinal archbishop of Zaragoza was ambushed by Spanish anarchists in 1923 during conflict between church and state. The cardinal archbishop of Brazzaville was murdered in tribal violence and anarchy in the Congo in 1974. In addition, the archbishop of El Salvador was assassinated by a rightist hit man in 1980.Unlike them, Cardinal Ocampo was not a martyr to his faith. Mexican police believe he was an accidental bystander in a drug turf war, as innocent of the vicious quarrel that killed him as a babe on a Baltimore stoop slain in turf wars between rival corner drug distributors.
NEWS
By Ginger Thompson and Ginger Thompson,Mexico City Bureau | May 26, 1993
MEXICO CITY -- The violent death of Cardinal Juan Jesus Posadas Ocampo -- accidentally caught in a hail of cross fire between rival drug gangs in Guadalajara Monday night -- has shaken this country into recognizing a climb in violence approaching the levels in Colombia and South Central Los Angeles.Mexico has for decades been a point of shipment for drugs traveling from South America to the United States. More than 70 percent of the narcotics that enter the United States pass through Mexico, say U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency officials here.
NEWS
By John M. McClintock and John M. McClintock,Mexico City Bureau | May 2, 1992
MEXICO CITY -- The governor of Jalisco state was replaced yesterday, becoming the highest-ranking victim of the political scandal surrounding the April 22 sewer explosions that killed 193 people in Guadalajara.A senior Mexican official said Gov. Guillermo Cosio Vidaurri was virtually fired by President Carlos Salinas de Gortari. "These are not times of comfort for persons who hold public positions," the president had noted in a Guadalajara-related speech Wednesday.The 62-year-old governor had been picketed by survivors who contend that the government should have evacuated the Reforma section of Mexico's second-largest city after residents reported smelling gasoline and solvent fumes.
NEWS
April 28, 1992
Scapegoats are important. You cannot have a disaster without one. Sometimes that helps, and sometimes hinders, the search for the root causes, the effort to prevent recurrence.Chicago's Mayor Richard M. Daley fired three officials for the April 13 pouring of the Chicago River through a 50-mile tunnel system into downtown basements, knocking Chicago for a loop. He has had the heads of the acting transportation chief, the chief bridge engineer and a project engineer and is seeking removal of two others.
NEWS
By DAN BERGER | April 28, 1992
The difference between Chicago and Guadalajara is that when things go wrong, Chicago fires officials. Guadalajara indicts them.California is shaking out the timid of heart.Any bill the gun store owners oppose can't be all wrong.Crime is up during a recession and drug epidemic and everyone wants to know why.The holy warriors of Afghanistan are holy warring on each other.
NEWS
By DAN BERGER | April 24, 1992
Every city has tunnels. They may fill with water as in Chicago, or gas as in Guadalajara, but they will fill. Nature abhors a tunnel.Oriole Park at Camden Yards offers the most intimate view from any stadium of deep center field.
NEWS
June 26, 1991
Four internal medicine specialists of the Worthington Medical Group have joined the medical staff at Carroll County General Hospital:* Dr. John D. Milto received his medical degree from the Medical School of Autonomous University of Guadalajara in Mexico. He completed his internship in internal medicine and his residencies in medicine at South Baltimore General Hospital in Maryland. A member of the American Medical Association and the Baltimore County Med-Chi Faculty, he has also served as an instructor with the American Heart Association.
BUSINESS
By John M. McClintock and John M. McClintock,Mexico City Bureau | May 30, 1992
MEXICO CITY -- The gasoline explosions that killed 200 people in Guadalajara have so tainted the national oil company's image that it may serve as a wedge to open Mexico's oil industry to foreign investment -- one of the principal goals of the Bush administration.Petroleos Mexicanos, the national oil company known as Pemex, is the third-biggest foreign provider of crude oil to the United States. The Bush administration fears Mexican exports will dry up if it does not get a heavy infusion of capital.
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