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Can’t sell your presidential plane? Mexico mulls raffle instead

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Friday floated the idea of raffling off his predecessor’s $130 million jet after the government’s efforts to sell the plane over the past year came to nothing. Mexico has yet to find a buyer for the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which the leftist Lopez Obrador has cast as a...
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United States could export tons of plastic waste to Mexico

Mexico faces the risk of receiving thousands of tons of contaminated and dirty plastics, mainly from the United States. This is due to the decision of the Chinese government to close its borders to this type of waste, said Marisa Jacott, director of Common Borders and the “Burn Rubbish Kill” campaign. The risk arises because...
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Alleged leader of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel killed

The alleged leadre of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG) known as ‘La Catrina’, María Guadalupe López Esquivel, was shot down by Mexican authorities in the Michoacan municipality of Tepalcatepec. The confrontation between the authorities and members of organized crime, among which was ‘La Catrina’, occurred on Friday, January 10, in the evening. In total,...
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Mexico on alert for group of Iranians who might seek to enter USA for acts of terrorism

Police units of Baja California and Sonora are on high alert status this Friday for the possible presence of Iranian citizens who could cross the border from Mexico for terrorist purposes. US Government sources confirmed that the alert is due to the fact that their intelligence agencies consider it viable that Iranian citizens with terrorist...
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Shooting at elementary school in Coahuila, Mexico

This morning, a minor from Colegio Cervantes de Torreón , located in Torreón, Coahuila, shot at his classmates. So far, there are reports that there are two dead and several injured. The child, who is reported to be in the sixth grade, also fired on his teacher and then himself. So far the official information...
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Red Tide kills 292 sea turtles in Oaxaca

The Federal Attorney’s Office for Environmental Protection (Profepa) determined that the cause of death for 292 sea turtles on the Oaxaca coast was intoxication by the ingestion of salps in microalgae. On December 25, 2019, on the coast of Oaxaca, the natural phenomenon known as red tide occurred, caused by the increase of microalgae in...
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Mexico’s Popocatépetl volcano had a spectacular eruption this morning (VIDEO)

Thursday morning’s eruption of Popocatépetl – which happened at sunrise – was a beauty. El Popo is the nickname for Mexico’s most active volcano, Popocatépetl, near Mexico City. The eruption Thursday caused officials to issue a yellow alert. The active volcano Popocatépetl – just 43 miles (70 km) southeast of Mexico City, and visible from...
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Denied U.S. entry, Mexican cuts own throat on bridge over Rio Grande

A Mexican asylum-seeker slit his own throat on a bridge across the Rio Grande after being denied entry into the United States, two Mexican security officials said on Wednesday. The man, who has not been identified, tried to enter the United States at the Pharr–Reynosa International Bridge between the Mexican border city of Reynosa and...
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26 bags of body parts found in Jalisco ravine

Forensics officials in the western Mexican state of Jalisco are trying to determine how many victims are accounted for in 26 plastic bags of body parts found in a ravine this week, authorities said Thursday. The Jalisco state prosecutor’s office said in a statement that it began to collect the bags Tuesday in the municipality...
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Mexico goals: science, tourism in Latin America, Caribbean

Mexico proposed joint goals for science, space, tourism and sustainability for the region’s nations at the meeting Wednesday of The Community of Latin American and Caribbean States. Twenty-nine representatives of the 31-nation body met in Mexico City. Marcelo Ebrard, Mexico’s foreign minister, said he wants to keep the body on a track of cooperation, rather...
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