The Secret Soft Drink Invasion of Mexico

More Indigenous people in Chiapas are dying from diabetes according to a study released this month in Mexico, and officials are noting this increase is...
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Searching for Life in Underwater Caves in Mexico

About 20 miles south of Cancun, Mexico, on a stifling summer day, Tom Iliffe squints over a limestone ledge and into a giant pool of...
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Gas Pipeline Construction Begins in Sinaloa, Mexico

Mexico has begun construction of the Topolobampo-El Encino natural gas pipeline in the northwestern state of Sinaloa, which will contribute to the generation of cheaper...
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Largest Aquarium in Latin America Opens in Mexico City

Mexican magnate Carlos Slim on Friday inaugurated a four-level, underground aquarium that is the biggest in Latin America, housing 3,000 animals belonging to 230 species.Get...
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Mexico’s Government to Pay Indian Woman Compensation

A court has ordered Mexico’s government to pay compensation to Jacinta Francisco Marcial, an Indian woman who spent three years in prison on a kidnapping...
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Kidnapped Environmentalists Set Free in Mexico

Two Mexican environmentalists have been freed after they were briefly kidnapped by settlers seeking to carve up North America’s last large pocket of tropical rain...
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Mexico and USA Sign Clean Energy Deals

Mexico and the US signed three MOUs to support the financing and implementation of clean energy and energy efficiency programs in a bid to combine...
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Presidential Initiative to Increase Number of US Students Studying in Latin America

Violence continues in Mexico with drug cartels battling government forces over control of various areas all over the country. Though there has been some success,...
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Mexico Aims to Become One of the World’s Top Five Tourist Destinations

Mexico continues to be a hotspot for tourism — and a favorite among American travelers — and the Mexican government recently announced a massive spending...
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Mexico to Double Its Renewable Energy Source in Four Years.

The government wants 33 percent of Mexico’s installed energy capacity to come from renewable sources by 2018, Energy Secretary Pedro Joaquin Coldwell said.Get our news...
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Latin American Indigenous Women Hold NYC Tribunal

At the tribunal, she calls herself Angelica Narvaez, which is not her real name. She is 17, from Mexico and says she is being bullied...
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US, Mexico and Canada Join Forces at World Assembly of Health

In the 67th World Assembly of Health, in Geneva, Switzerland, the Mexican Minister of Health, Doctor Mercedes Juan, the Minister of Health and Human Services...
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