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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Malia Obama Scrubbed from Mexico

We can all breathe a sigh of relief, that this lovely 12 year old was not 

harmed in her spring break jaunt to forbidden Mexico.

What were her parents thinking?

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The White House has admitted to telling news agencies to pull stories on Malia Obama visiting Oaxaca 
Mexico for spring break,

Several News Sites first noticed the disappearing stories Monday afternoon, when accounts of Malia 
and 12 friends visiting Oaxaca Mexico with 25 Secret Service agents mysteriously began turning into 
broken links. 

Springbreak Hotspot Acapulco Rocked by Massive 7.6 Earthquake 

at Noon Local Time

Obama's Daughter Safe, Thank God!. ;) Uploaded by ABCNews on 
Mar 20, 2012 Quake's epicenter lies outside American tourist destination of 
Acapulco. ...
by ThickShadesNews  1 day ago  22 views

Officials survey damage after strong quake jolts Mexico

CNN (blog) - ‎15 hours ago‎
ACAPULCO, Mexico (CNN) - Mexican officials were assessing damage Wednesday, a day
after a strong earthquake left homes in ruins and rattled residents hundreds of miles away from
 the epicenter. At least 11 people were injured and hundreds of houses were ...

Earthquake in Mexico: Why the Country Was Ready This Time

The Atlantic - ‎15 hours ago‎
By Shannon K. O'Neil This week's powerful quake was reminiscent of one in 1985,
but the response was much different. A 7.4 earthquake hit central and south Mexico
 today around noon, with its epicenter near Ometepec, Guerrero, but felt strongly in
the ...

Malia Obama 'safe' after earthquake hits Mexico

USA TODAY - ‎15 hours ago‎
By Ann Oldenburg, USA TODAY Malia Obama is "safe," the White House says,
even though the first daughter was in Mexico Tuesday when a 7.6 earthquake hit
near her. The young Obama is in Oaxaca, which shares a border 

AFP, the French news agency, first reported around mid-day Monday that Malia
Obama was vacationing in Mexico with 12 friends under the protection of 25
Secret Service agents and a number of local police officers.
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The International Business Times reported that “the group arrived in Oaxaca on
Saturday and reportedly visited the architectural site of Mitla.”
The Department of Public Safety, a Texas law enforcement agency, issued a 
warning on Tuesday against students celebrating their spring breaks in 
violence-torn Mexico. The Huffington Post reported that in February, the 
United States State Department “recommended that Americans avoid
travel to all or parts of 14 or 31 Mexican states. It’s the widest travel 
advisory issued by the U.S. since Mexico stepped up its drug war in 2006.”
Since the story was first reported, it appears to have been scrubbed from a 
number of news outlets. The Huffington Post, International Business Times,
The Australian, The Telegraph and Global Grind have all removed the article.
AFP, which initially reported the story, now links to an unrelated story on 
“Sengalese superstar Youssou Ndour.”

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