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September 26, 2018

Addiction Policy Forum Launches Statewide Resource to Address the Addiction Crisis in New Mexico

More Related Stories Residents in New Mexico Can Now Find Local Addiction Resources by County Albuquerque, NM, Sept. 26, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Addiction Policy...
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Family Planning Bolstered Mexico's Middle Class, But Access Still Depends On Politics, Religion

Family Planning Bolstered Mexico’s Middle Class, But Access Still Depends On Politics, Religion

Victoria Vera González was born in Mexico. Birth rates in the country have dropped dramatically over the last 50 years, in part, because of a...
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US, Mexico ready to sign new NAFTA without Canada — US official

US, Mexico ready to sign new NAFTA without Canada — US official

NEW YORK, United States (AFP) — The United States and Mexico could move ahead without Canada in a new version of the North American Free...
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Ted Cruz Is Worried That Chinese “Propaganda” From Mexico Will Reach California

Ted Cruz Is Worried That Chinese “Propaganda” From Mexico Will Reach California

Senator Ted Cruz is lobbying to prevent a Chinese company from purchasing a Mexican radio station that broadcasts into the US. He’s uncomfortable with the...
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Mexico takes control of Acapulco police force over alleged drug gang infiltration

Mexico takes control of Acapulco police force over alleged drug gang infiltration

The entire police force in Acapulco has been disarmed and put under investigation. Authorities suspect police in the resort city are under the control of...
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Café El Jarocho: Old Wave Coffee

Café El Jarocho: Old Wave Coffee

Way south of the pure, unadulterated hustle and bustle of the historic center, east of refined and residential San Ángel, and northwest of Xochimilco and...
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Trump is cracking the Mexico-Canada united front on NAFTA

Trump is cracking the Mexico-Canada united front on NAFTA

The Trump administration has driven a widening crack between the united front that Mexico and Canada maintained throughout the past year during the negotiations to...
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Mexico: Acapulco police disarmed, placed under investigationv

Mexico: Acapulco police disarmed, placed under investigationv

Mexico: Acapulco police disarmed, placed under investigationv Police force in the southern Mexico’s Acapulco city has been disarmed and placed under investigation on suspicions of...
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Fairfield mother of 4 welcomed home with prayer service after deportation

Fairfield mother of 4 welcomed home with prayer service after deportation

Fairfield mother of 4 welcomed home with prayer service after deportation (WKRC) Fairfield mother of 4 welcomed home with prayer service after deportation (WKRC) HAMILTON,...
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Fairfield mother deported to Mexico returns home after 17 months

Fairfield mother deported to Mexico returns home after 17 months

CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) – After a 17-month deportation to Mexico, a mother has been reunited with her family in Fairfield. On Tuesday night, her church...
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Ayotzinapa 43: Four Years After The Crime That Shocked Mexico

Mexico marks Wednesday, Sept. 26, four years since the disappearance of 43 missing Ayotzinapa students, as relatives and friends continue searching for their loved ones...
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It’s Not Two, There Are More Than 12 ‘Mobile Morgues’ In Mexico

On September 17, a truck parked in the state of Jalisco containing 273 unidentified bodies disturbed residents of Jalisco, western Mexico, as the smell became...
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