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January 3, 2020
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Mexico president calls for Julian Assange to be released from UK prison

Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Friday called for Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to be released from prison in London, urging an end to what he described as his “torture” in detention. Assange, 48, is in a British jail for skipping bail when he sought asylum in Ecuador’s embassy in London, where he spent...
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Suspects in stabbings of 3 women killed in northern Mexico

Four men were shot to death in the northern Mexico border state of Sonora, two of whom were suspects in the December stabbing deaths of three women. The two had outstanding warrants for kidnapping and criminal conspiracy. State prosecutors said two vehicles carrying gunmen pulled up to the four men in the parking garage of...
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Five places to visit in Mexico in 2020

It is not necessary to travel to the other side of the world to know magical places. This year, we recommend that you bet on visiting the wonders that Mexico offers and let yourself be enveloped by its culture, its delicious food, its people and everything it has to offer. Here we share five incredible...
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Mexico will allocate 100 billion pesos to the purchase of medicines

Mexico’s President said that between $80 and $100 billion pesos will be allocated for the purchase of medicines, delivered free of charge to Mexicans and thereby guarantee the right to health. He said that with that amount, medications needed in Mexico will be available “as long as there is no corruption”, so he called on...
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Mexico and Pemex face downgrade risk in 2020

Mexico threw troubled state oil company Pemex a lifeline in 2019 to stop $80 billion in bonds held by investors worldwide being labeled junk by credit rating agencies. Now, investors worry that the state itself is a risk for Pemex. Mexico’s creditworthiness came under increasing scrutiny in 2019, with two rating agencies flipping their sovereign...
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Mexican food transformed a dangerous area in the US

Sergio Valdivia is one of those people who managed to recover and transform a space that seemed to have no salvation. Sunset Boulevard was an area full of gangs with a high crime rate, located west of Los Angeles. But Sergio’s creativity and struggle managed to make him one of the most visited neighborhoods. Here,...
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