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Fewer Mexicans Report Presence of Gangs and Drug Sales
Autor: Gallup
Thirty-six percent of Mexicans report that gangs are present in their neighborhoods and 25% say illicit drug trafficking or drug sales take place there, according to a Gallup survey conducted in December 2012. Mexicans are now less likely to report the presence of gangs and drug trafficking in their vicinity than in 2011 and are considerably less likely to say these things are happening than in 2007 when former Mexican President Felipe Calderon's crackdown on the drug cartels started.
U.S. Catholics Divided On Church?s Direction Under New Pope
Autor: Pew Research Center
As the pontificate of Benedict XVI winds down, many American Catholics express a desire for change. For example, most U.S. Catholics say it would be good if the next pope allows priests to marry. And fully six-in-ten Catholics say it would be good if the next pope hails from a developing region like South America, Asia or Africa.
global peace index 2012
Autor: vision of humanity
Indice Global de Paz 2012
Global Terrorism Index 2012
Autor: vision of humanity
The Global Terrorism Index (GTI) is a comprenhensive body or work which systematically ranks the nations of the world according to their terrorist activity.
In U.S., 83% Say North Korean Nukes Are a Critical Threat
Autor: Gallup
Eighty-three percent of Americans say the development of nuclear weapons by North Korea is a critical threat to the vital interests of the United States, placing it at the top of a list of nine potential threats, along with Iranian nuclear weapons and international terrorism.
Ranking de las Mejores Universidades del Mundo
Autor: Top Universities
World University Rankings 2012
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