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September 25, 2018

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After Spain trip, New Mexico State feels ahead of schedule as Aggies open practice
New Mexico State guard AJ Harris on the first day of Aggies practice Tuesday at the Pan American Center. Mark Rudi, Las Cruces Sun-News LAS CRUCES – As New Mexico State begins official practice, the benefits from August’s Spain trip have been invaluable. The Aggies, who began official practice on Tuesday afternoon, have just one...
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Mexico disarms Acapulco police force linked to drug gangs
MEXICO CITY – Authorities in southern Mexico disarmed and placed under investigation the entire police force in the once-glittering resort of Acapulco on Tuesday, claiming the local cops were infiltrated by drug gangs. Officials in Guerrero state issued arrest warrants for two top Acapulco police commanders, accusing them of homicide. It was the latest fall...
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In a strident speech to the United Nations Tuesday, President Donald Trump said the USA will not be taken advantage of in trade agreements – a threat that comes as a deadline to sign a NAFTA deal with Canada fast approaches. U.S. President Donald Trump sits behind his desk as he announces a bilateral trade...
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MEXICO CITY — Authorities in southern Mexico disarmed and placed under investigation the entire police force in the once-glittering resort of Acapulco on Tuesday, claiming the local cops were infiltrated by drug gangs. Officials in Guerrero state issued arrest warrants for two top Acapulco police commanders, accusing them of homicide. It was the latest fall...
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Is Cabo safe? The tourists keep coming
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Authorities in southern Mexico disarmed and placed under investigation the entire police force in the once-glittering resort of Acapulco on Tuesday, claiming the local cops were infiltrated by drug gangs. Officials in Guerrero state issued arrest warrants for two top Acapulco police commanders, accusing them of homicide. It was the latest fall from grace for...
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Four people were tied to poles, stripped and beaten by strangers, in the streets of Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. According to reports from the Municipal Police, as of 9:26 pm on Monday, the presence of a person tied to a post was reported, with traces of beatings and blows to the body, between Gardenia and Herberto...
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What to eat (and drink) in Mexico's Riviera Nayarit
Most people travel to Riviera Nayarit for the192 miles of sunny coastline, with its idyllic beaches and azure seas. But the region’s food offers just as much reason to visit. The cuisine is fresh and flavorful, filled with great seafood and pre-Hispanic Mayan flavors. Here are five items to eat (and drink) that you probably...
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Mexico’s next government will prioritize natural gas production, transportation and storage projects, according to a top energy adviser of President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador. Mexico imports 92% of the natural gas that it consumes, excluding the gas that national oil company Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) extracts and uses, former Pemex board member Fluvio Ruíz Alarcón said...
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Former New Mexico priest accused of child sex abuse awaits trail behind bars
ASSOCIATED PRESS After announcing his support of legislation to change the statute of limitations on child sex abuse crimes, State Sen. Daylin Leach, a Montgomery County Democrat, facing camera, hugs Rep. Mark Rozzi, himself an abuse victim, at the state Capitol in Harrisburg, Pa., Monday, Sept. 24. A proposal to give victims of child sexual...
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‘Made in Mexico’ Cast Talks Racism, Colorism & Backlash to Their Reality Show
When Netflix’s first Spanish-language reality series, Made in Mexico , was announced in late August, audiences took to the internet to voice their displeasure with what they felt was a gross showcasing of Mexico’s richest families when the country is overcome with poverty. With the trailer’s release a few weeks later, came another internet flare-up...
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NAFTA: Lighthizer hints Mexico pact may need to be reopened if delayed
Canada is running out of time on trilateral NAFTA deal, warns U.S. trade chief Lighthizer He covers US politics and current affairs. "If not, we’ll have to do it in a separate deal, as soon afterward as we can", he told an official from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce at an event in New York...
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Officials at the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department and the state’s Human Services Department dispute a critical federal class-action lawsuit SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — Officials at the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department and the state’s Human Services Department are disputing a critical federal class-action lawsuit. The lawsuit, filed Saturday by...
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Mexico Natural Gas Trading Volumes Up 14% in August
The volume of reported natural gas trades in Mexico totaled 7.52 Bcf/d in August, representing a 14.2% jump from July and a year-to-date high. The monthly natural gas price index, known by its Spanish initials IPGN, averaged 73.7 pesos/gigajoule (GJ) ($4.13/MMBtu) for August, compared to 74.1 pesos/GJ ($4.09/MMBtu) in July , according to the latest...
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Fugitive New Mexico priest awaits trial behind bars for sexual abuse allegations
U.S. Attorney John Anderson, center at podium, speaks about the investigation into a fugitive Catholic priest who is accused of sex abuse at a news conference Friday, Sept. 21, 2018, in Albuquerque, N.M. A former New Mexico priest who fled the U.S. decades ago amid allegations of child sex abuse will await trial behind bars,...
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