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- Paradise Lost. Charles, Nick; Berestein, Leslie // People;11/01/99, Vol. 52 Issue 17, p89
Discusses the legal battle between the Mexican government and Americans living on leased land in the coastal area of Punta Banda in Lengueta Arenosa.
- New semisubmersibles may go without boats. Furlow, William // Offshore;Oct97, Vol. 57 Issue 10, p22
States that anchor-handling boats are included to the growing list of shortages in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico. Demand of the semis who are coming into the Gulf market to handle the increasing number of deepwater leases; Effect of the prohibition of boats operating under foreign flags from...
- Egypt Mulls Buffer Zone on Border with Gaza Strip. // Journal of Turkish Weekly;8/29/2011, p6
Brief information is given from a report in Egypt's Al-Masri Al-Yawm newspaper about the outlook for the Egyptian government to set up a buffer zone to stop drug and weapon smugglers from crossing the border between Gaza Strip and Egypt.
- Clinton 'concerned' about hikers, still engaging Iran. Johnson, Bridget // Hill;8/4/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 94, p6
The article reports on the concern of U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on American tourists who were arrested by the Iranian government due to border security issue in 2009.
- Turkish Parliament To Debate Motion On Cross-Border Operation. // Journal of Turkish Weekly;10/03/2011, p5
The article reports that the Turkish parliament will debate a motion extending government's mandate to stage cross-border operations for another year.
- Border skirmish. // Asian Pacific Post;2/10/2011, p17
The article reports on the exchange of heavy fires between Thai and Cambodian soldiers on the two countries shared border in the first week of February 2011.
- Most Brits think border controls should be stricter. // Travel Weekly (UK);5/3/2012, Issue 2115, p9
The article focuses on the results of an online survey of 500 adults conducted during April 27-29, 2012 which found that two out of three adults in Great Britain who travel abroad believe that there should be tougher British border controls.
- Border security for citizens' safety. Hutchison, Kay Bailey // Clarendon Enterprise (TX);4/23/2009, Vol. 20 Issue 18, p2
The article offers the author's viewpoint regarding the need of a more efficient border security for citizens of Texas along the 1,200 miles of international border which it shares with the Rio Grande.
- India, China Seek to Avoid Border Flare-ups. DANIEL, FRANK JACK // News India Times;01/27/2012, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p16
The article reports on the agreement between China and India to avoid flare-ups along their disputed 4,000-kilometer border through the Himalayas.