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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....

NAFTA talks deadlock: the main sticking points

Washington - Trade talks deadlocked Tuesday between the United States, Mexico and Canada.Officials extended negotiations into 2018, putting the future of the North American Free Trade Agreement in doubt.

Mexico quake hit rich and poor alike, but tragedies differ

Mexico - The earthquake that hit Mexico on September 19 did not discriminate in its destruction, leveling homes in rich and poor neighborhoods alike.But one month on, the tragedies facing Mexico City's newly homeless depend largely on class.

After 2 months, deadlock pushes NAFTA talks into 2018

Washington - Canada, the United States and Mexico on Tuesday pushed into 2018 the current talks to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement, saying significant disagreements remained among the three sides.

NAFTA talks prolonged into 2018 amid sharp disagreements

Washington - Canada, the United States and Mexico on Tuesday said significant disagreements remained in talks to overhaul the North American Free Trade Agreement as they extended negotiations into 2018.

NAFTA talks' 4th round to close as disagreements persist

Washington - A fourth round of talks to revamp a landmark North American free trade pact was due to close Tuesday, as delegates reacted to tough bargaining positions from Washington but vowed to continue the negotiations.

Pope names 35 new saints, most of them martyrs

Vatican City - Pope Francis declared 35 new saints on Sunday, nearly all of them martyrs drawn from the bloody history of Catholicism's spread in Latin America.

Mexico expects 'win-win' in NAFTA negotiations: central bank

Washington - Mexico expects the renegotiation of the North American trade pact to produce benefits for itself, the United States and Canada, Mexican central bank Governor Agustin Carstens said Saturday.

Protecting workers key to NAFTA success: Trudeau

Mexico - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Friday that a new North American Free Trade Agreement must better protect workers and the middle class, acknowledging the malaise that has fueled Donald Trump's attacks on the deal.

Trudeau in Mexico for talks after tense US trip

Mexico - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in Mexico Thursday for high-level talks, on the heels of a tense visit to Washington that saw him spar with US President Donald Trump over trade.

Canada threatens to scrap arms buy as trade talks get off to rough start

Washington - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau threatened Wednesday to cancel a major arms buy from the US over a tariffs row, as talks on a North American free trade deal got off to a rocky start.

Death toll from Mexican prison riot rises to 16

Mexico - The death toll from a major prison riot in northeast Mexico has risen to 16, authorities said Wednesday.

Thirteen dead in Mexican prison as authorities put down riot

Monterrey - Mexican security forces used lethal force on Tuesday to put down a prison riot in clashes that left at least 13 inmates dead, authorities said.Unrest at the prison in Cadereyta in northeastern Nuevo Leon state broke out in the morning and was put down....

Mexico's ex-first lady launches independent presidential run

Mexico - Mexico's former first lady Margarita Zavala announced Friday she will stand as an independent in presidential elections next year, ditching the country's main opposition party and shaking up the race.

In Mexico, impunity piles up along with journalists' bodies

Mexico - It can be deadly to ask questions about multibillion-dollar drug cartels or government corruption in Mexico, where more than 100 journalists have been killed since 2000.Ninety percent of those cases remain unsolved.

Mexican photojournalist found dead after kidnapping

Mexico - A photojournalist who received threats over his work has been found dead in northern Mexico a day after he was kidnapped, officials said Friday, making him the 11th journalist killed in the country this year.

Mexican photojournalist found dead after kidnapping

Mexico - A photojournalist who had received threats over his work in the northern Mexican state of San Luis Potosi has been found dead, the government said Friday, a day after he was kidnapped.

Deadly Hurricane Nate bears down on Mexico, US

Canc - Nate reached hurricane status as it bore down on popular Mexican beach resorts and headed for the US Gulf Coast early Saturday after dumping heavy rains on Central America and leaving at least 28 people dead.

In Mexico, indigenous 'third gender' pushes boundaries

Juchitan - Estrella Velazquez towers over the crowd as she sashays in platform heels through the indigenous town of Juchitan, Mexico, seemingly impervious to the mocking catcalls behind her back.

Tropical storm kills 20 in C. America, heads for US

Managua - A tropical storm churning north along Central America killed at least 20 people in Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Honduras on Thursday, with forecasters predicting it could strengthen into a hurricane as it heads for Mexico and the United States.

Mexico to send aid to Puerto Rico after hurricane

Mexico - Mexico said Wednesday it will send humanitarian aid to Puerto Rico to help the island recover from Hurricane Maria, a disaster that US President Donald Trump has been accused of minimizing.

Mexico says last body found in rubble after quake

Mexico - Emergency workers pulled the last victim's body Wednesday from the rubble of Mexico's September 19 earthquake, officials said, as the country turned to rebuilding after a disaster that claimed more than 360 lives.

Signs of corruption emerge from rubble of Mexico quake

Mexico - Mexico is still cleaning up the rubble left by its killer earthquake on September 19, but already accusations are flying that shoddy construction, official negligence and corruption made the disaster worse.The 7.

Smartphone app for migrants gets trial in Central America, Mexico

San Jos - A smartphone app designed to help migrants safely move through countries is being tested in Central America and Mexico from this week, ahead of a wider roll-out elsewhere in the world, the UN Migration Agency said Friday.

Mexican economy to bounce back fast from quake: analysts

Mexico - The earthquake that turned huge swathes of Mexico City into a disaster zone last week took a toll on the country's economy, but analysts say it will bounce back fast when rebuilding starts.

Inside the dark, dangerous world of Mexico's 'moles'

Mexico - Ismael Villegas is on vacation, but you wouldn't know it to look at him.

Detained Mexican ex-governor on hunger strike in Panama

Panama - A former Mexican governor detained in Panama pending extradition proceedings on graft charges is on a hunger strike to protest violations of his human rights, one of his lawyers said Wednesday.

'Action!' orders 87-year-old actress who survived Mexico's quake

Mexico - "Lights! Cameras! Action!" laughingly orders Adela Peralta, an eccentric 87-year-old actress, from her hospital bed as she recounts the incredible ordeal she suffered under the rubble of Mexico's quake.

Quake and storm leave ruinous human, economic toll for Mexico

Mexico - A pair of devastating earthquakes and Tropical Storm Lidia in Mexico killed more than 400 people and toppled 150,000 houses and other buildings and structures, authorities said Wednesday.
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