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September 25, 2018
As New Mexico Reservoirs Hit Bottom, Worries Grow Over the Future
The state’s reservoirs have done their job to help water users survive record drought in 2018. Now they are almost totally dry, and tensions are building over the year ahead. ‘Climate change is really happening,’ one water official says. Elephant Butte Reservoir, the largest in New Mexico, photographed on Sept. 10, 2018, when it was...
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Priest Blamed Sex Abuse On Cancer He Didn't Have, New Mexico Apartments Plagued By Rats, Bed Bugs
Joanna Servaes via Wikimedia / Creative Commons Feds: Priest Blamed Sex Abuse On Cancer He Didn’t Have – By Russell Contreras, Associated Press Prosecutors say a former New Mexico priest who fled the U.S. decades ago amid allegations of child sex abuse enticed victims with gifts, and once blamed his behavior on a cancer diagnosis...
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During the month of September, ExPats in Vallarta will be having five Happy Hours .from 5 to 7 pm. Tuesday, October 2nd at Pancho Villa on Calle Fluvial near Costco Tuesday, October 9th at Champions Sports Bar located in the Marina Marriott Tuesday, October 16th at El Andariego Restaurant in the 5th of Diciembre Tuesday,...
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How Trump split Mexico and Canada in NAFTA talks
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – A day after winning the Mexican presidential election, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took a congratulatory call from U.S. President Donald Trump. But Trump had something more important on his mind: Would Mexico’s new president consider a bilateral trade deal? FILE PHOTO – U.S. President Donald Trump talks via speakerphone to Mexican...
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Harvey Stein looks Mexican culture deep in the eye, as the country's contrasts inform Mexico: Between Life and Death...
Holding Jesus, Taxco, 2003 Photographer Harvey Stein ‘s eighth book has been released by publishing house Kehrer Verlag marking Mexico’s Independence Day (celebrated annually on 16th September), and showcasing a body of work from the New York-based veteran shot between 1993 and 2010. Mexico Between Life and Death is an expression of the photographer’s appreciation...
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Ex-New Mexico priest blames child sex abuse on cancer he didn't have
Arthur Perrault is expected to appear in US District Court in Albuquerque for a detention hearing as prosecutors seek to hold the 80-year-old priest until his trial for aggravated sexual abuse. (Photo: AP) Albuquerque : A former New Mexico priest, who fled the US decades ago amid allegations of child sex abuse and once blamed...
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Aeromexico Selects Viasat In-flight Internet for New Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft
BOSTON, Sept. 24, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — (Airline Passenger Experience Show—APEX), Viasat Inc. (Nasdaq: VSAT), a global communications company, today announced Aeromexico will deploy the Viasat in-flight internet system across 18 new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, with an option to extend up to 60 aircraft. First line-fit installations of Viasat’s equipment have already begun. Aeromexico evaluated...
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“As long as one single neighbor is still displaced from their home, the crisis that started with the earthquake continues,” says Gabriel Macías of the Tlalpan United group of neighbors whose apartment complex collapsed in the Sept. 19 quake. Around him crowd dozens of journalists, neighbors and members of the “Topos”, the moles, Mexico City’s...
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Walking in the Shadow(s) of Luis Barragán in Mexico City
MEXICO CITY, MEXICO – 09-25-2018 ( PRDistribution.com ) — Mexico-based activity operator, The Traveling Beetle, now offers daily architecture tours of Luis Barragán’s masterworks in Mexico City. Travel in a classic Beetle convertible or vintage VW bus, with a licensed architect as your guide, to follow the trail and discover the works of Luis Barragán,...
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This Japanese-Inspired Inn is One of Mexico City's Best Kept Secrets
With handwoven tatami floors, rooftop onsen baths, and only 10 rooms, this Japanese-inspired hotel offers an unexpected place of zen in Mexico City. Just around the corner from one of Mexico City’s most iconic avenues lies a surprising respite of serenity modeled after Japan’s traditional countryside inns known as ‘ryokans.’ Photo Categories: The light-filled welcome...
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This House By Main Office Blends Into The Tropical Landscape Of A Surfers’ Town In Mexico
Mexico and Sweden-based architectural practice Main Office has recently extended and refurbished Casa LT, an existing residential complex nestled in luxuriant tropical Mexican greenery . Located in Sayulita, a well-known surfers’ town on the West coast of Mexico , the house stands on the beachfront and blends smoothly into the steep and articulated topography, with...
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'A smell of death:' Mexico's truck of corpses highlights drug war crisis
The first sign something was amiss came when an 18-wheeler lumbered into the dilapidated neighbourhood of Paseos del Valle on the outskirts of Guadalajara. The truck itself was unremarkable – a white tractor unit pulling a refrigerated tailer emblazoned with a polar bear logo – but it came with a police escort. And as the...
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Emirates scraps plans for Dubai-Spain-Mexico route
Emirates airline said Mexican authorities’ decision to only allow three flights a week makes the route not commercially viable Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto invited Emirates to operate this route and open new air links to connect Mexico to the Middle East, as well as key economic markets in Africa and Asia. Emirates has withdrawn...
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Feds: Priest Blamed Sex Abuse on Cancer He Didn't Have
FILE -This 1989 file photo shows Father Arthur Perrault in Albuquerque, N.M. Perrault, a fugitive priest who fled the U.S. decades ago amid allegations of child sex abuse has been returned to New Mexico to face charges after being arrested in Morocco last year, federal officials said Friday, Sept. 21, 2018. (The Albuquerque Journal via...
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Texas guns believed to be used in drug-related murders in Mexico
SAN ANTONIO –In a year-long Fox San Antonio exclusive investigation, Mexican officials say the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) is not working fast enough to help end the drug-related violence that is killing people on both sides of the border. In just one month alone, more than 180 people were killed in...
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