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September 24, 2018

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MONTERREY, Mexico – The Attorney General’s Office in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon is trying to find those responsible for a brutal attack on a Tigres UANL fan who was seriously injured over the weekend by supporters of the rival Monterrey Rayados, officials told EFE. “According to the most recent reports, the victim...
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Challenges of Mexico’s drug legalisation
Mexican President-elect Obrador has declared his intention to combat drug cartels with a bold strategy – decriminalization of opium and marijuana. But while this policy may hurt the cartels, it is not likely to destroy them, and faces significant opposition both at home and abroad. “You can’t fight violence with more violence”. That was the...
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Ferretti staying with Tigres instead of taking Mexico national team job
Mexico interim manager Ricardo "Tuca" Ferretti was seen as the leading candidate to take over El Tri on a full-time basis but said Monday he’ll be staying with Tigres. Since being named interim manager in August, the 64-year-old has consistently said he would accept the job only if something happened that led to his relationship...
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Man arrested in Mexico after escaping from jail 15 years ago now back in E Feliciana Parish
EAST FELICIANA PARISH, LA (WAFB) – Lonnie Joseph Payne was recently arrested in Mexico and is in jail in the United States after being on the run for 15 years. Payne, now 44-years-old, escaped from the East Feliciana Parish Prison in July of 2003, where he was serving 17 years for 15 counts of simple...
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More Related Stories PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico, Sept. 20, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ –� Velas Resorts in Mexico bring the joy and wonder of the holiday season early with a Kids Stay Free promotion or other gifts when booking by October 31st. Up to two kids (ages 4-12) stay free in the same suite as parents at the...
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Venezuela alleges ‘Chilean hand’ in drone attack on Maduro
SANTIAGO – The Chilean government has rejected “very serious and slanderous insinuations and threats” by a Venezuelan minister over the alleged connection of Chilean Embassy in Caracas with a failed attack on President Nicolás Maduro last month. Demanding an investigation by the foreign governments, the Venezuelan government said Monday that diplomats from three Latin American...
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Mérida, recognized as one of the most important tourist spots in Southeast Mexico
The Municipal Tourism Directorate is currently working in specifying the proposals made by the state tourism sector to integrate them into the municipal development plan and thereby establish promotion strategies for the city. Eduardo Seijo Solís, director of tourism said that one of the most important tasks for the municipality will be to promote the...
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Govt urged to combat insecurity in Mexico’s tourist areas
Xinhua People participate in the celebrations of the 208th anniversary of the Mexican Independence Day, at Zocalo Square, in Mexico City. Mexico’s tourism sector has urged the government to combat insecurity in tourist areas. MEXICO CITY ( Xinhua ) – Mexico’s main priority must be combating insecurity in its main tourism destinations in order to...
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APEX EXPO: AeroMexico signs ViaSat for connectivity aboard its Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft
More news from APEX Expo, with AeroMexico deploying Viasat’s in-flight Internet system on the airlines Boeing 737 MAX aircraft. The Viasat coverage map – Image, Economy Class and Beyond. The Wifi sytem will be deployed as a line-fit (factory fitted option). This will be installed on 18 of the AeroMexico fleet, with an option to...
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Mexico: Alleged lookout nabbed in murder of Chiapas reporter
MEXICO CITY – A man was arrested Monday in the shooting death of a journalist who worked for the newspaper El Heraldo de Chiapas, and authorities were searching for three other people suspected of having ordered the killing. Luis Alberto Sanchez, a homicide prosecutor in the southern state of Chiapas, said in a video statement...
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World Economic Forum President Børge Brende to Receive Mexico’s Highest Honour
New York City, USA 24 September 2018 – The President of Mexico, Enrique Peña Nieto, will award Børge Brende, President of the World Economic Forum, with the Mexican Order of the Aztec Eagle. This honour is given to non-Mexican citizens in recognition of their outstanding service to Mexico and the global community. The ceremony will...
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ATCO announced today that its Mexican subsidiary, ATCO Energía, will enter Mexico’s wholesale electricity market after receiving approval from the National Center for Energy Control (CENACE) to provide electricity and related services as a Qualified Supplier. ATCO Energía anticipates commencing operations by the end of 2018. “ATCO has a long and proud history of delivering...
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