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September 21, 2018
From Mexico to Napa: the story of Roberto Juarez

From Mexico to Napa: the story of Roberto Juarez

Roberto Juarez Roberto Juarez has eyes that smile. He’s well-liked, with an infectious laugh that comes often. At 38, he’s a husband, a father and...
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Dinner Diplomacy: Like the Country Itself, Mexico’s Cuisine is Diverse and Misunderstood

Dinner Diplomacy: Like the Country Itself, Mexico’s Cuisine is Diverse and Misunderstood

Javier Diaz de Leon, consul general of Mexico in Atlanta, introduces chefs from Merida at Atlanta’s No Mas Cantina. In 2010, traditional Mexican cuisine received...
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6 dead and missing after major flash floods hit Culiacan, Mexico

6 dead and missing after major flash floods hit Culiacan, Mexico

At least three people have been killed and another three are missing after tropical depression hit Mexico’s northwestern state of Sinaloa on September 20, 2018....
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Day of the Dead Parade Mexico City, three years stunning the world

Day of the Dead Parade Mexico City, three years stunning the world

Catrinas are associated iwth Mexico’s Day of the Dead. (PHOTO: garuyo.com) For the third year in a row, a Day of the Dead Parade will...
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Judge in Mexico frees suspect of poaching in vaquita habitat

A judge in Mexico ordered the release Friday of a man accused of illegal fishing that endangers the world’s smallest porpoise. The arrest of Oscar...
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“Museo” revisits Mexico’s notorious museum robbery

“Museo” revisits Mexico’s notorious museum robbery

IT WAS one of the most audacious heists in art history. On Christmas Eve 1985 125 Mayan, Aztec, Miztec and Zapotec artefacts were stolen from...
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Mexico Needs to Produce More Gas to Ensure Supply Security

Mexico Needs to Produce More Gas to Ensure Supply Security

With growing demand for natural gas for power generation and other applications, Mexico needs to prioritize a domestic production increase, the head of Mexico’s National...
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Mexico goalkeeper Ochoa sets sights on 2022 World Cup

Mexico goalkeeper Ochoa sets sights on 2022 World Cup

The El Tri No.1 has no plans to concede his job to any of the younger goalkeepers in the player pool, as he looks to...
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Despite flight delay, Mexico's president-elect still wants to sell government jet

Despite flight delay, Mexico’s president-elect still wants to sell government jet

Earlier this week, passengers boarded an airplane run by the low-cost carrier VivaAerobus in the Mexican beach resort of Huatulco. They hoped that soon they...
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Homicides in Mexico increase 17% so far in 2018

Intentional homicides in Mexico has increased by 17% in the first eight months of this year when compared with the same period of the previous...
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Puerto Vallarta earthquake and tsunami system fails test due to theft

Testing of the earthquake and tsunami warning network in Puerto Vallarta has failed once again, due to the constant theft of infrastructure. This week’s earthquake...
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U.S.-Mexico drafting final text of two-way trade deal, but Canada may wait until after Oct. 1 Quebec election

U.S.-Mexico drafting final text of two-way trade deal, but Canada may wait until after Oct. 1 Quebec election

A U.S.-Mexican team is actively drafting a text of their bilateral trade deal that can be released in 10 days, Mexico confirmed Thursday, amid speculation...
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