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Mexico sees EU trade deal by end of month

Mexico - Mexico and the European Union are working to wrap up negotiations on a new version of their 17-year-old trade deal by the end of the month, the Mexican economy ministry said Tuesday.

Desperately seeking this Frida Kahlo painting. Last seen in Poland

Poznan - After taking an overnight bus to Poznan in Poland for an exhibition on Mexican artists Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera, two Portuguese sisters are now standing in front of a curious blue suggestion box.

5,000 indigenous Mexicans forced from homes in land war

Gutierrez - More than 5,000 indigenous Mexicans including pregnant women, sick children and the elderly have been forced to flee their homes because of a land war between rival villages, authorities said Thursday.

Mexico finance minister launches presidential run

Mexico - Mexican finance minister Jose Antonio Meade resigned Monday to run for president, with what many pundits see as the best chance to beat the current front-runner, the leftist firebrand Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador.

Four US hikers rescued off Mexico volcano, one missing

Puebla - The Mexican military and high-altitude alpine experts rescued four of five American hikers injured while climbing the tallest volcano in North America, officials said Sunday.

Onetime 'world's heaviest man' has second surgery in Mexico

Mexico - A Mexican once certified as the heaviest man in the world is recovering from a second stomach-reduction surgery that doctors hope will help him shed more than 200 kilograms (440 pounds), the medical center treating him reported Thursday.

Mexico murder total surpasses 2016: officials

Mexico - The number of murders in Mexico in 2017 has already surpassed last year's total, with October the most violent month in 20 years according to official figures released Monday.

Love without limits: binational marriage on the US-Mexico border

Tijuana - Proving that love knows no boundaries, a Mexican woman and a US man meet at a gate that has been briefly opened in the fence separating their countries to exchange marriage vows.

US industry gears up to save NAFTA

Washington - The business world is mobilizing to convince the Trump administration to save the North American Free Trade Agreement, which corporate leaders say has greatly benefited the world's largest economy for 23 years.

Mexico drug cartels force-recruiting indigenous children: UN

Mexico - Mexican drug cartels are forcing indigenous children and teens to join their ranks, torturing or killing those who refuse, the United Nations warned Friday.

Florida fruit growers sour over NAFTA

New York - With the fifth round of talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement underway, Florida fruit and vegetable growers are pressing for changes.

NAFTA negotiators hold new talks amid fears of collapse

Mexico - After three months of thorny negotiations, fears of a breakdown are hanging in the air as the US, Mexico and Canada begin new talks on the North American Free Trade Agreement Friday.

Turquoise waterfalls dry up after Mexico quakes

San Crist - The Agua Azul waterfalls in southern Mexico are a playground of bright turquoise water cascading over limestone steps.But after a powerful earthquake hit the country, they dried up -- and the area's once-booming tourist economy along with them.

Tijuana drawing shoppers who once flocked across US border to San Diego

San Ysidro - Rahil Iqbal sugarcoats nothing: "Business is finished."The 64-year-old of Pakistani origin says sales have plummeted at his California clothing stores in San Diego's San Ysidro district, which borders Tijuana, Mexico.

Holy guacamole! How NAFTA drove America's avocado boom

Washington - Love it or loathe it, America's avocado craze shows no sign of fizzling out, but fans of the Mexican staple may not realize they can thank the NAFTA trade deal for ensuring its bountiful supply.

Mexican toddler weighing 28 kilos baffles doctors

Cofrad - Like any other 10-month-old, Luis Manuel Gonzales babbles and touches anything within reach. But he stands out in a stunning and perhaps life-threatening way: he weighs 28 kilos (62 pounds).

Sex and violence: the roots of Mexico's teen pregnancy problem

Mexico - Claudia Colimoro still remembers the day she met Rosa, a 12-year-old girl sent to the shelter she runs after being sold into sex slavery twice and getting pregnant for the second time.

Mexico condemns Texas execution of its citizen

Washington - The US state of Texas on Wednesday executed a Mexican convicted of murdering his teen cousin, sparking condemnation from President Enrique Pena Nieto and adding to tensions between the two countries.

US judge allows psychologist to evaluate 'El Chapo'

New York - A US judge on Wednesday authorized a psychologist to examine Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, one of the world's most notorious criminals, after his lawyer complained that his mental state is deteriorating in a New York jail.

Mexican girls fight violence with boys' own game: football

San Felipe Del Progreso - Guadalupe Garcia, an indigenous Mexican woman, was working as a maid when she fell in love -- not with her boss, like a hackneyed telenovela plot, but with football.

Mexico earthquake reconstruction will cost $2.5bn: Pena Nieto

Mexico - Reconstruction in central and southern Mexico following two deadly earthquakes in September that killed 465 people will require a $2.5 billion investment, President Enrique Pena Nieto announced Tuesday.

Two Mexicans get life sentences for killing US immigration official

Washington - Two Mexican members of a hit squad for the notorious Los Zetas drug cartel were given life prison sentences Monday for the 2011 murder of a US immigration agent inside Mexico.

Mexico busts suspected US cult over triple murder

Juarez - An American accused of leading a cult and wanted at home on pedophilia charges was arrested in Mexico along with 26 other people as part of a triple homicide investigation, officials said on Sunday.Orson William Black Jr.

Mexico captures rare vaquita porpoise in bid to save species

Mexico - Mexico said Saturday it had captured a rare vaquita marina porpose -- a female of reproductive age -- as part of a last-ditch bid to save the critically endangered species.

Mexico celebrates Day of the Dead in year of earthquakes, violence

Mexico - Mexico's Day of the Dead is a festival of colorful costumes, traditions and sweets, but it has a bittersweet flavor this year as the country remembers those killed in two earthquakes and a wave of violent crime.

Mexican economy shrinks in quarter of quakes

Mexico - Mexico's economy shrank for the first time in more than four years in the third quarter, hit by two powerful earthquakes in September, according to data released Tuesday.If confirmed, the preliminary estimate of a 0.

Mexican journalist honored for reporting vows to never be silenced

Washington - A Mexican journalist recognized for his undaunted reporting vowed to never be silenced Thursday despite living in one of the world's most dangerous countries for reporters.

Steady hand: how to do open-heart surgery in a quake

Mexico - When the ground started shaking in Mexico City on September 19, many people ran out into the street.Not David Arellano.In the middle of performing open-heart surgery on a newborn, the pediatric surgeon just concentrated harder.

Mexicans pick up the pieces one month after quake

Mexico - One month after the earthquake that jolted Mexico on September 19, flattening dozens of buildings across Mexico City and leaving 369 dead, many people are only just starting to pick up the pieces.Here is a look at the recovery effort in four snapshots....

Mexicans pick up the pieces one month after quake

Mexico - One month after the earthquake that jolted Mexico on September 19, flattening dozens of buildings across Mexico City and leaving 369 dead, many people are only just starting to pick up the pieces.Here is a look at the recovery effort in four snapshots....
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