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September 19, 2018

UNESCO experts: Will take years to restore Brazilian museum

Experts with UNESCO say it could take years to restore Brazil’s National Museum and the vast collections that were ravaged by a fire on Sept....
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Global poverty rate drops to record low 10 pct.

World Bank: Global poverty rate drops to record low 10 pct.

The World Bank said Wednesday that 10 percent of the world’s population lived on less than $1.90 a day in 2015 — the last year...
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Singer Belinda hit for involvement in Mexican politics

Singer Belinda hit for involvement in Mexican politics

Pop singer Belinda may have illegally interfered in Mexico’s politics because she’s a Spanish citizen and campaigned for President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, authorities said...
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Mexico Begins Oil Contract Review

Mexico Begins Oil Contract Review

Mexico’s elected government has stayed true to President-elect’s campaign promise to review all oil contracts sealed by the previous administration and has started the review...
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Mexico City’s Architects of Destruction

Mexico City’s Architects of Destruction

On September 19, 2017, a 7.1 earthquake rocked Mexico City, killing 369 people in the area and damaging hundreds of buildings. The timing of quake...
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The Importance of U.S.-Mexico Border Security

The Importance of U.S.-Mexico Border Security

The United States and Mexico share vitally important security, energy, and economic interests that require extensive cooperation and trust to achieve success. As Mexico’s president-elect...
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Man arrested in Puerto Vallarta with 522 sea turtle eggs

Elements of the Unified Force detained a man with 522 sea turtle eggs in Puerto Vallarta. The Attorney General of the Republic (PGR) Jalisco delegation,...
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mexico earthquake

Mexico commemorates victims of two deadly quakes

Mexico on Wednesday commemorated victims of two deadly Sept. 19 earthquakes, one in 1985 that left at least 9,500 dead and another just last year...
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‘We don’t want Maradona’: Soccer legend gets a mixed welcome in Mexico’s Sinaloa

‘We don’t want Maradona’: Soccer legend gets a mixed welcome in Mexico’s Sinaloa

Diego Maradona celebrates a goal with player Facu Juarez during a match against Cafetaleros in Culiacan, Mexico, on Monday that was Maradona’s first game as...
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Mexico quake one year on: Families still wait for help to rebuild

Mexico quake one year on: Families still wait for help to rebuild

Mexico quake one year on: Families still wait for help to rebuild Mexico City – Ivon Romero lives with her husband and five children in...
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Posters from 68. Paris -- Mexico / Carteles del 68. París -- México, Kurimanzutto, New York

Posters from 68. Paris — Mexico / Carteles del 68. París — México, Kurimanzutto, New York

And the smell of blood drenched the air, And the smell of blood stained the air. And the parents raised their crying. Reading of “Cuicapeuhcáyotl”...
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CBP Report: Border Wall 'Breached' 13 Times In Tests

CBP Report: Border Wall ‘Breached’ 13 Times In Tests

Prototypes for the proposed physical barrier between Mexico and the U.S. failed to meet the standards of “non penetrable,” with the recently released CBP report...
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