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Visiting Mexico, US President Barack Obama was keen to stress the positives of the relationship between the two countries.
Meetings with Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto focused on economic ties.
And on the thorny topic of immigration, Obama underlined the progress rather than the challenges:
“I think it’s important for everybody to remember that our shared border is more secure that it’s been in years. Illegal immigration attempts into the United States are near their lowest level in decades and legal immigration continues to make both of our countries stronger and more prosperous and more competitive,” Obama said.
But there was an angry demonstration outside the American Embassy in Mexico City as Obama arrived in town.
The protesters, many of whom were women and children deported from the US, called for Obama to take action on his pledges to overhaul immigration laws to provide potential citizenship for millions of undocumented residents in the US.
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Elvis and Beatles autographs among most forged in 2012Get short URLLink copied to clipboardemail story to a friendprint versionPublished: 01 January, 2013, 16:44
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An autographed photo of The Beatles is displayed at an exhibition in Buenos Aires.(Reuters / Enrique Marcarian)Elvis Presley and The Beatles crown the list of most-forged celebrity signatures. “);
Memorabilia experts have announced a list of celebrities whose fake signatures were most frequently sold by scammers in 2012. The research was undertaken by memorabilia authenticators PSA/DNA, Reuters reports.According to the study, only half of all signatures by the Elvis and the Fab Four that were offered for sale proved to be authentic. They also topped the list two years ago when it was last published.The next places on the list were occupied by former U.S. President John F. Kennedy and late prince of pop Michael Jackson, followed by US astronaut Neil Armstrong who passed away in July. According to Heritage Auctions’ director of entertainment and music memorabilia Margaret Barrett, quoted by Reuters, secretaries and assistants of celebrities were partially to blame for the number of fake signatures appearing on the market. Barrett said that assistants answered tons of fan mail for their celebrity bosses back in the day. ”There was absolutely no financial gain 50 years ago and secretaries and assistants just wanted to make them happy. A lot of times people stumble upon an old box of signed photographs in grandma’s attic and don’t know they’re forged.”An autographed photo of The Beatles is displayed at an exhibition in Buenos Aires.(Reuters / Enrique Marcarian) … Read More
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