Leila Miller Reporter
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Leila Miller is a reporter for the Los Angeles Times.

132 Articles
about 1 month ago
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A Netanyahu government would probably clash with the Biden administration

Netanyahu is likely return to power in Israel. That will complicate Israel’s relationship with its neighbors and the ...

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5 months ago
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To get their degrees, Mexico’s medical students practice medicine at gunpoint

During a year of mandatory community service, Mexico's medical students are often sent to isolated towns where they f...

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9 months ago
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Increasingly isolated, Putin finds a few allies in Latin America

Venezuela, Cuba and Nicaragua — all long-standing allies of Russia — have voiced support for the Russian leader.

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10 months ago
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Ukraine's Jews seek refuge in synagogues as Russia invades

Russia's invasion of Ukraine has evoked traumatic memories for Holocaust survivors as rabbis turn synagogues into she...

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10 months ago
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Avocado spat with Mexico puts California farmers in spotlight

Trade groups are pressing for a quick resolution after the U.S. banned avocado imports from Michoacán, following a th...

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10 months ago
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In a victory for labor rights in Mexico, an independent union wins power at a General Motors plant

The vote is being hailed as a major triumph for workers in a country where union leaders and employers have long coll...

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11 months ago
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Mexico takes a pandemic-as-usual approach to Omicron

Scientists are worried that Mexico is unprepared for a post-holiday season wave in coronavirus cases as the Omicron v...

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12 months ago
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Over and over again, migrants die while crossing Mexico. They rarely see justice

Migrants traversing Mexico have long suffered unspeakable abuses. The perpetrators have rarely been brought to justice.

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12 months ago
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At least 49 migrants killed in trailer accident in southern Mexico

Videos of the aftermath showed dozens of bodies strewn across a highway and dazed survivors receiving medical treatment.

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about 1 year ago
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Why Mexico's president is promoting a recall against himself

While enjoying high job approval ratings, Andrés Manuel López Obrador has been promoting a referendum that could resu...

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about 1 year ago
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Mexican politicians spar over the 'Claudia Card'

Opponents of Mexico City Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum accuse her of self-promotion through a government program that provi...

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about 1 year ago
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How hundreds of Nicaraguans secretly monitored the presidential election

With the absence of traditional elections monitors, hundreds of civilian volunteers in Nicaragua went to voting cente...

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