Marjorie Miller, the former Los Angeles Times foreign editor and correspondent who since 2008 has been an editorial writer, will move to Mexico City as Latin America and Caribbean Editor for the Associated Press. She will oversee about 100 reporters and editors and be responsible for coverage in a region stretching from the U.S. border in the north to Tierra del Fuego in South America, plus the Caribbean region from Trinidad to Bermuda. The editor also has oversight of AP's global Spanish news service, including reporters, editors and translators working in Spanish inside the United States and across Latin America, says the AP announcement. Miller is married to Carlos Rajo, a political analyst for Telemundo in Los Angeles.
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