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    Default Part of the border shut down at Arizona/Mexico?

    Anyone heard that news?
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    Default Re: Part of the border shutted down?

    If you mean the U.S.- Mexico border at Arizona, its a part of a U.S. National Park used by drug smugglers, and human traffickers, its not so much the Border, as an 80 mile deep strip of the park that abuts the border.The area has been closed to U.S. citizens as it has become too dangerous for people to venture into. I got this info from a google search.

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    Default Re: Part of the border shutted down?

    Might be about Uzbekistan closing its border with Kyrgyzstan.
    Caught a bit about it on the news earlier but not much, more info on Yahoo news.
    http://news.yahoo.com/s/afp/20100614...unrestpolitics

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    Default Re: Part of the border shutted down?

    the Uzbekistan border closing also appeared during my search,as did something about India, and Pakistan closing their border everyday. Their version of rolling up the sidewalks at dusk.

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    Default Re: Part of the border shutted down?

    I remember seeing the India Pakistan border closing on a travel documentary, it was interesting to see the border guards trying to out do each other in displays, it even drew crowds on both sides that wanted to watch. They might not do it on every border crossing or everyday but it was certainly interesting.

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    Default Re: Part of the border shutted down?

    Quote Originally Posted by FW-190 Pilot View Post
    Anyone heard that news?
    Really, please do reply so we can chat on the specific border. I think it's most likely the Uzbekistan-Kyrgyzstan border, if so, yes I've heard.

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    Default Re: Part of the border shutted down?

    I think it would be the Mexican/Arizona Boarder. But then again I could be wrong. Oh and "Shutted" is not a word.

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    Default Re: Part of the border shutted down?

    I agree with Lawliet. And something special just for the thread starter:

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    Quote Originally Posted by downwithpeace View Post
    I remember seeing the India Pakistan border closing on a travel documentary, it was interesting to see the border guards trying to out do each other in displays, it even drew crowds on both sides that wanted to watch. They might not do it on every border crossing or everyday but it was certainly interesting.
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    Default Re: Part of the border shutted down?

    Quote Originally Posted by L_Lawliet View Post
    I think it would be the Mexican/Arizona Boarder. But then again I could be wrong. Oh and "Shutted" is not a word.

    Quote Originally Posted by Ulquiorra View Post
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    Um, kids, the thread-starter is not a native English speaker IIRC, and you're awfully cocky for having less than 10 posts here. Ulquiorra, consider this your first, and last, formal Mod warning as we have a very low troll tolerance here....

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    Default Re: Part of the border shutted down?

    Sorry, i should have stated its the Arizona/Mexico border, and Nick is correct; I am not a native English speaker.
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    Default Re: Part of the border shutted down?

    From what I read, the National Park that runs along the Mexican/U.S. Border has become a corridor for the Drug cartels, and those who smuggle people into the U.S. it has become so dangerous, that the park has been posted to warn Americans to stay away from the Park, or at least parts of it.
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    Default Re: Part of the border shutted down?

    Well I think there is must be a political or defense requirement of countries to close borders.

    Every country has it's rights to close any border with it's neighbors so what's new in it to start this thread.
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    Default Re: Part of the border shutted down?

    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    From what I read, the National Park that runs along the Mexican/U.S. Border has become a corridor for the Drug cartels, and those who smuggle people into the U.S. it has become so dangerous, that the park has been posted to warn Americans to stay away from the Park, or at least parts of it.
    www.nationalterroralert.com
    Phoenix has the reputation of being either the first- or second-highest kidnapping 'capital' of the world. Has anyone seen pictures of all the trash left in our desert? Able-bodied people caught crossing the border illegally should be given a plastic bag and told to start picking up the used condoms and other stuff.

    It's gotten to the point where the drug cartel(s) is threatening our public officials. Are we going to, de facto, turn this part of Arizona (and I've lived here most of my life) over to Mexico?

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    Default Re: Part of the border shutted down?

    Quote Originally Posted by mighty View Post
    Well I think there is must be a political or defense requirement of countries to close borders.

    Every country has it's rights to close any border with it's neighbors so what's new in it to start this thread.
    Threads may be started for any reason, be it to share information, ask a question, or discuss any particular point. you will understand this better as you spend some time here.

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