May 4, 2011
Long lines of cars snaked back Tuesday at the Mexican border with the United States amid ramped up security measures after a weekend US raid that killed Al-Qaeda chief Osama bin Laden.
Though Mexico’s government has not announced special security measures after the US commando raid in Pakistan claimed the life of the world’s most wanted man, there was close cooperation with US authorities to check for potentially dangerous persons, said national security spokesman Alejandro Poire.
It took about twice as long as usual to process people wanting to cross the border.
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