Mexico Says U.S. Violated Rights Of 52 Convicts

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Mexico is challenging the convictions and death sentences of 52 Mexican citizens in eight U.S. states via a case filed in the International Court of Justice in The Hague, reports the New York Times. Mexico says the U.S. violated a treaty guaranteeing that foreigners arrested in this country have access to their government’s representatives. The
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