New Vietnam Pact Allows Routine Deporations; Obama Talks Race

By The News Jan 24, 2008

New Pact to Deport Vietnamese Immigrants Negotiations between the U.S and Vietnamese governments has led to the creation of a pact that allows for the deportation of undocumented Vietnamese immigrants and those who have ‘committed crimes’ who entered the U.S after July 12, 1995, which was when the two countries resumed diplomatic relations. LA Times Death of Border Agent Leads to Mexican Arrest Mexican authorities have arrested a man suspected of driving a smuggler’s vehicle for running over a U.S. Border Patrol agent. USA Today Obama Addresses Race Directly Under criticism that Obama runs on a colorblind campaign, the Presidential candidate has changed his approach, addressing the issue head on. LA Times