Special Reports

March 19, 2011

WikiLeaks dispute claims U.S. ambassador to Mexico

U.S. ambassador to Mexico Carlos Pascual resigned Saturday following weeks of withering criticism by President Felipe Calderon, who said he'd lost trust in the envoy and demanded his removal. Pascual's departure marks the first high-level U.S. diplomat to be felled as a result of the release of U.S. diplomatic cables by the WikiLeaks website.

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