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FILE - In this April 3, 2020 file photo, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador speaks after visiting facilities at a Mexican Social Security Institute hospital that will be converted to receive patients suffering from Covid-19, in the Coyoacan district of Mexico City. Lopez Obrador said that sections of 80 public hospitals were being isolated and prepared with an average of eight beds and respirators to care for an expected influx of patients with the new coronavirus. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell, File)

Mexico authorizes military policing for 4 more years

May. 11, 2020 6:01 PM EDT

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico's president published a decree Monday authorizing the armed forces to participate in civilian law enforcement for four more years, to March 2024. Mexican soldiers and marines have been implicated in serious rights abuses, and activists have pressed Mexico to train and equip...

In this 2019 photo provided by Army West Point Athletics, Army NCAA college baseball player Jacob Hurtubise is seen on the field during a baseball game at Johnson Stadium at Doubleday Field in West Point, N.Y. Drafted last year on a late round by the Seattle Mariners, Hurtubise is hopeful of taking advantage of a new regulation that allows cadet-athletes at Army, Navy and Air Force to delay their military obligation upon graduation to pursue professional sports careers. (Mady Salvani/Army West Point Athletics via AP)

Army outfielder at a crossroads _ baseball or artillery

May. 7, 2020 3:06 PM EDT

Army outfielder Jacob Hurtubise chose West Point primarily for its academics, and playing professional baseball wasn't on his radar after struggling through an injury-plagued freshman season. It is now, even though the coronavirus pandemic has cut short a chance to improve his chances. Hurtubise is hopeful of...