Mexico

Hurricane Zeta Hits Mexico's Caribbean Coast

Hurricane Zeta slammed into Mexico's Caribbean coast late Monday, bringing strong winds and heavy rains to the Yucatan Peninsula, where authorities warned residents and tourists to shelter indoors.
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Oil Refining In Mexico Reaches 40% Of Production Volume, Energy Minister Says

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The volume of crude oil refining in Mexico reached 697,000 barrels per day in September, the country’s Energy Minister Rocio Nahle said.
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Us Legislators Complain To Trump On Mexico Energy Policy

They say government policy favors state companies in the energy market.

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Anti-drug Alliance Tested After U.s. Arrest Of Former Mexican Defense Chief

Could one high-profile prosecution leave deeper damage to U.S.-Mexico ties on fighting drug cartels?

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Lol! Steve Bannon Says Rudy Giuliani Will Be Fbi Director

ONLY THE BEST PEOPLE. Steve Bannon, out on bail for (allegedly!) defrauding MAGA types willing to shell out their own dineros for a wall that Mexico was definitely going to pay for (three whole miles built in four years, snap!), now predicts that...
Related topics: FBI, Shell

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Alexa Collins Rocks An Animal-print Bikini & Wet Hair While In Mexico

Blond bombshell Alexa Collins thrilled her 1.1 million Instagram followers with her most recent share, a tantalizing snap captured while she was abroad on vacation. The picture was taken in Tulum, Mexico, as the geotag indicated, and Alexa was...
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Cartels’ Meth War Bloodying Once-peaceful State In Mexico

In the central Mexico state of Guanajuato, the color of the meth or the markings on the package in an addict’s pocket may determine whether he lives or dies

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Mexico Reaches Deal To Pay Water Debt To Us

Mexico has reached a deal with the United States to pay the shortfall in its annual contribution of water from border-area rivers, by transferring rights to water held in border dams that normally supply cities and towns downstream

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Avocados From Mexico And Cornershop Offering Free Avocados, On-demand Delivery In Canada

Avocados from Mexico has partnered with grocery delivery service Cornershop to offer exclusive discounts on avocados delivered to consumers in Ontario and Quebec. Now, those in Toronto, Ottawa, Gatineau, Montreal and Quebec City can order avocados...
Related topics: Canada, Quebec, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal

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Drug Tunnels Discovered Under Mexico City Reveal An Ongoing Battle Between Criminal Groups

The Central de Abasto wholesale market in Mexico City, April 24, 2018. REUTERS/Gustavo Graf An October 9 raid on the sprawling Central de Abasto market in Mexico City uncovered several tunnels used to transport drugs between warehouses. The...
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Pro-trump ‘troll’ Held Secret Mexico City Meeting To Oust South American Leader — And...

Bloomberg News published a bombshell report on President Donald Trump’s foreign policy on Wednesday. “An influential Trump administration official secretly met with a representative of Nicolas Maduro’s regime in Mexico City in...
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Lindsay Brewer Gets Cozy With Blond Friend Under A Dock In Cancun: ‘life’s Short, Wear A...

Race car driver and Instagram model Lindsay Brewer took to her social media page on Wednesday afternoon with a sultry update that heated things up for her 1.3 million followers. She geotagged herself and a friend in at the beach Mexico, and...
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Parents Of 545 Children Separated At Border Can't Be Found

Court-appointed lawyers said Tuesday that they have been unable to find parents of 545 children who were separated at the U.S. border with Mexico early in the Trump administration. The children were separated between July 1, 2017, and June 26, 2018,...

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The Trump Administration Separated Thousands Of Migrant Children From Their Families At The Border...

In this Jan. 25, 2019, file photo, a migrant who did not give his name looks on with his children as they wait to hear if their number is called to apply for asylum in the United States, at the border in Tijuana, Mexico. Associated Press/Gregory...
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Mexico Halfway Through Quake Restoration Of Old Churches

Three years after a 7.1-magnitude earthquake, Mexico is still only about halfway through a titanic challenge, restoring centuries-old churches with the same ancient materials
Related topics: Earthquakes, Religion

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Mexico To Extradite Drug Lord To Us

The Mexican government is set to extradite to the United States Jaime González Durán, one of the founders of the Los Zetas drug cartel. Duran, who has been in custody in Mexico for 12 years ranked third among the leaders  of the Los...

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Supreme Court Will Take Up Case Against Trump's 'remain In Mexico' Asylum Policy

Trump’s “Migrant Protection Protocols” policy, known informally as “Remain in Mexico,” makes asylum-seekers wait in Mexico for U.S. court hearings.

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Supreme Court To Hear Cases On Trump Border Wall Spending, 'remain In Mexico' Policy

The Supreme Court is set to hear two key cases involving the Trump administration's border wall spending and its "remain in Mexico" policy. The court on Monday said it would review President Trump's program of requiring asylum seekers to stay in...

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Uber’s Jump Bikes Get A Second Life In Mexico City

Uber wanted to get out of the bike business, so a Mexico City cyclist group took 1,600 bikes off the company’s hands. It’s a good thing they did — elsewhere in the world, Uber just sent them to the scrap heap. When it isn’t rescuing...

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The Arrest Of Mexico's Former Defense Minister On Drug Charges Reveals A Sinister Reality About The...

Gen. Salvador Cienfuegos, center, then Mexico's defense minister, at a ceremony in Mexico City with President Enrique Peña Nieto, left, September 19, 2018. REUTERS/Daniel Becerril On October 15, US authorities arrested former Mexican Defense...
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