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Mexico says North Korean ship damaged coral reefs

Mexican officials say a North Korean ship damaged nearly an acre (0.4 hectare) of coral reefs when it ran aground off the Gulf coast. Mexico's...
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Mexico announces plan for first high-speed train service

Mexico on Sunday announced the opening of an international tender to build a high-speed passenger train linking Mexico City and the industrial city of Queretaro....
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Magnitude 6.3 quake hits Mexico, no major damages or injuries

A magnitude 6.3 earthquake hit southwest of Juan Rodriguez Clara, in the eastern Mexican state of Veracruz on Tuesday at a depth of 95 km...
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U.S.-Mexico Border Volunteers Plead for Compassionate Solution

Sister Norma Pimentel, executive director for Catholic Charities, doesn’t just answer calls for help. She also makes a call from time to time. "I said...
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Community Health Worker Program Expands in Mexico

As a community health worker, Lopez visits her patients—who are also her neighbors—in their homes at least once a week. Suffering from chronic diseases, they...
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Mexico City celebrates Aztec history

This is the capital's biggest pre-Hispanic celebration-on the day the city was founded by the Aztecs nearly 700 years ago. "Today, we recognize the greatness...
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Japan, Mexico sign carbon trade deal

Japan and Mexico have signed a deal for Japanese companies to earn carbon credits by investing in technology to cut greenhouse gas emissions in Mexico...
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Mexico’s Oil And Gas Industry Is Open To Foreign Investment For The First Time In Over 75 Years

Mexico's Senate has approved legislation to implement historic constitutional reform that would open the country's oil and gas industry to foreign investment for the first...
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Mexico Welcomes First Mexican Gray Wolf Pups Born in the Wild in Decades

Wolf advocates are celebrating the confirmation of the first documented litter of Mexican gray wolves born in the wild in Mexico since they disappeared nearly...
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Mexico’s Healthcare Professionals Rise Up, Denounce System

A new social movement erupting in Mexico this summer is exposing the long-running deficiencies in the nation’s public healthcare system. Led by #YoSoy17 and #YoSoy...
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Owner of Raided Mexico Shelter Freed, No Charges

The owner of a group home raided last week amid charges of abuse and other mistreatment of children living there has been released from custody...
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New York Mayor Talks Migration with Vatican No. 2

VATICAN CITY (AP) — New York City's mayor has paid a call on Pope Francis' top aide to discuss migration issues. During his holiday in...
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