July 27, 2016

Scientists find potential new antibiotic, right under their noses

Scientists in Germany have discovered a bacteria hiding out in peoples' noses that produces an antibiotic compound that can kill several dangerous pathogens, including the...
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Templeton’s Hasenstab says bet against Mexican peso ‘risky’

Fund manager Michael Hasenstab expects Mexico's peso to be supported by the country's solid economy and says investors who are using the currency as a...
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Mexico’s Indigenous Groups Are Getting Their Own Telecoms

Members of the Mixe, Mixteco, and Zapoteco people will soon have their own mobile cellular telephone network that will allow at least 356 municipalities in the...
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“Masks of Mexico” travel to India with legends and myths

In typical peasant attire, boys dress up as old men with white-haired masks, bend over in pain, wielding their canes, and slowly break into a...
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Mexico City program exchanges trash for food

Eleven-year-old Urile Matla is the last in line at Mexico City’s innovative barter market. He has 20 bags of plastic bottles from his family street...
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Budding priest calls troubled Mexican youth to ‘Gang of Christ’

On the troubled fringes of the northern Mexican city of Monterrey, an aspiring Catholic priest is using his faith to reach out to young gang...
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Eva Longoria, Lil Jon and other celeb spottings this summer

Summer kicked off in the Riviera Nayarit with celebrity sightings all along the beautiful beaches of Mexico’s Pacific Treasure. US stars Eva Longoria and Lil...
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Mexico opposition blasts stats agency for changes in poverty survey

Opposition lawmakers criticized Mexico's independent statistics agency on Tuesday for changes in polling techniques in a survey that suggested income among the poorest Mexicans had...
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