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Nuevo Laredo

[ nwey-voh luh-rey-doh, noo-ey-; Spanish nwe-vaw lah-re-thaw ]

noun

  1. a city in NE Mexico, on the Rio Grande opposite Laredo, Texas.


Nuevo Laredo

/ ˈnweβo laˈreðo /

noun

  1. a city and port of entry in NE Mexico, in Tamaulipas state on the Rio Grande opposite Laredo, Texas: oil industries. Pop: 353 000 (2005 est)


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Families reported being kidnapped at bus stations in the border cities of Reynosa and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico.

In December 2010, 153 inmates escaped from a prison in Nuevo Laredo with the assistance of 41 guards.

Lack of faith in government and violence have led many Mexicans to flee Nuevo Laredo and move to Texas.

Julio Gonzalez, 62, worked as a janitor at a high school in Nuevo Laredo.

Rafael Alcala, 33, a musician from Nuevo Laredo, said he was not afraid to vote.

Teresa Puente talks to voters in Nuevo Laredo about whether a new leader can bring peace.

Nuevo Laredo, opposite, is held by the Huertistas and Americans don't go over there.

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