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September 17, 2018

Mexico Independence Day: What You Need to Know

On Sunday, Mexicans around the globe will celebrate the anniversary of the country’s independence from Spain. The day is marked by a national holiday in...
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New Mexico Observatory Finally Gives Explanation for Mysterious Shutdown

New Mexico Observatory Finally Gives Explanation for Mysterious Shutdown

Ever since the National Solar Observatory in Sunspot, New Mexico, was evacuated and visited by the FBI on September 6, the organization that runs the...
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Rocky Point, Mexico Travel Guide

Rocky Point, Mexico Travel Guide

contrastaddict/Getty Images Arizona residents have long flocked to Rocky Point to spend some time near the ocean. Still, a very popular Spring Break destination (don’t...
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Mexico Celebrates 208th Birthday

Mexico Celebrates 208th Birthday

09/17/2018 – Bloomberg WATCH: Mexico celebrated it’s 208th Independence Day with a parade, fireworks, and President Enrique Peña Nieto ringing a bell on the balcony...
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New Mexico Sues Google, Alleges Illegal Tracking Of Children

New Mexico Sues Google, Alleges Illegal Tracking Of Children

In short: New Mexico Attorney General Hector Balderas filed a lawsuit against Google, Twitter, and Android app developer Tiny Lab Productions, accusing the defendants of...
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SEMPRA ENERGY Sempra Energy’s Subsidiary IEnova, Chevron Sign Contract for Refined Fuels Terminal in Sinaloa, Mexico

Sempra Energy (NYSE: SRE) today (9/13) announced that its Mexican subsidiary, Infraestructura Energética Nova, S.A.B. de C.V. (IEnova) (BMV: IENOVA), has signed a long-term contract...
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Remnants of Hurricane Isaac might redevelop, move into Gulf of Mexico, NHC says

Remnants of Hurricane Isaac might redevelop, move into Gulf of Mexico, NHC says

The National Hurricane Center is monitoring the remnants of Hurricane Isaac in the Caribbean Sea for possible redevelopment. A broad area of low pressure associated...
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On other side of border, Mexico detaining thousands of migrant children

On other side of border, Mexico detaining thousands of migrant children

Mexican immigration officials in Tamaulipas state give instructions to a group of Central American immigrants intercepted as they crossed the country on Feb. 3. Photo...
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Mexico marks twin anniversaries of deadly quakes

Mexico marks twin anniversaries of deadly quakes

Workers preprare to demolish Enrique Rebsamen elementary school in Mexico city, on August 20, 2018.The school collapsed during the earthquake on september 19 2018, killing...
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Mexico braces itself for Diego Maradona's Dorados coaching debut

Mexico braces itself for Diego Maradona’s Dorados coaching debut

Necaxa ending Cruz Azul’s undefeated start to the 2018 Apertura on Saturday was the major story in Liga MX this past weekend, but Mexican soccer’s...
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Men dressed as mariachi musicians kill 5 in Mexico City plaza

Men dressed as mariachi musicians kill 5 in Mexico City plaza

Police are questioning two people after a group of men in mariachi outfits opened fire at a Mexico City restaurant, killing five people, an official...
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Phony mariachis open fire in Mexico City plaza, killing five people

Phony mariachis open fire in Mexico City plaza, killing five people

View of the Plaza Garibaldi square in downtown Mexico City on Sept. 15, 2018, a day after gunmen dressed as mariachi musicians killed five people...
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