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December 23, 2015
Nearly 100 Mexicans have sought to return to the U.S. by Wednesday’s deadline under the settlement of a class-action lawsuit that accused federal immigration officials in Southern California of failing to advise people of their rights. The American Civil Liberties Union sued the Department of Homeland Security in 2013 over the use of a procedure...
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The government of Somalia has issued a ban on Christmas and New Year’s celebrations in the Muslim country, saying the festivities “have nothing to do with Islam.” “We warn against celebration of Christmas, which is only for Christians,” Sheikh Mohamed Kheyrow, director of Somalia’s ministry of religion, said on state radio. “This is a matter...
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Ponche Navideño (Christmas Punch) is a warm tropical-fruit punch, it’s traditionally imbibed in Mexico during Christmas. Vendors sell it at night near the sidewalk Christmas markets. It’s also served with buñuelos during the posadas. No one seems to know exactly how and why Mexican ponche materialized. In general, historians seem to agree that the punch concept...
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Mexico’s annual inflation cooled to a fresh record low in early December, showing little impact from a sharply weaker peso currency after the central bank hiked rates for the first time in seven years. Inflation in the 12 months through mid-December slowed to 2.00 percent, the national statistics institute said on Wednesday, well below the...
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A blaze near a pipeline owned by Mexican state oil company Pemex injured seven late Tuesday night, local emergency services said on Wednesday. “Following the events … seven people were injured,” said Ivan Martinez, emergency services coordinator for the southern Mexican state of Tabasco, said via Twitter. One unverified Twitter account that appeared to represent...
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