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Mexico does not want El Paso shooter executed – Yahoo News

Mexico City (AFP) – President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Friday that Mexico does not want the El Paso shooter who killed 22 people, including eight Mexicans, to be executed, and may seek to extradite him from the United States…. Continue Reading →

‘Does a dog know art can disappear?’ Surrealism and subsidence in Mexico City

The illustrated city: Its main arts institution may be sinking, but the city’s influence on artists and thinkers from Carrington to Trotsky cannot be so easily erased Continue reading… https://www.theguardian.com/cities/2019/aug/16/does-a-dog-know-art-can-disappear-surrealism-and-subsidence-in-mexico-city

Mexico finds dozens of lost, starving migrants from South Asia – DW (English)

Federal police have found 65 severely dehydrated and starving migrants from Bangladesh, India, and Sri Lanka on a highway in the coastal state of Veracruz. Mexico’s Public Safety Department said on Thursday that the migrants endured a long and difficult journey… Continue Reading →

Mexico installs ‘robotic trees’ to tackle air pollution – FRANCE 24 English

Date created : 15/08/2019 – 19:15 In the central-southern Mexican city of Puebla, a start-up has installed “robotic trees” who suck up as much air pollution as 368 real trees, using microalgae in their towering metal structure. ADVERTISING Read more… Continue Reading →

Mexico’s president wants to extradite El Paso shooting suspect Patrick Crusius – New York Post

Patrick CrusiusAFP/Getty Images Mexico’s president wants Patrick Crusius — accused of slaughtering 22 people at an El Paso Walmart — extradited and tried there as well as in the US, he announced this week. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador made… Continue Reading →

“Remain in Mexico”: Advocates say controversial policy turns migrants into a “marketable commodity” – CBS News

This is the third and final installment in a series on the Trump administration’s controversial “Remain in Mexico” program and its impact on thousands of asylum-seeking families. Read parts one and two here.  El Paso, Texas — In the late winter and… Continue Reading →

‘It can happen again’: America’s long history of attacks against Latinos

Last year marked a century since another Texas massacre, part of a legacy of racist violence leading up to El Paso “It can happen again.” That’s what Arlinda Valencia said last year, at a ceremony in Texas marking the 100th… Continue Reading →

For Mexico, Drugs And Crime Erasing Free Trade Gains – Forbes

People walk outside the Metropolitan Cathedral in the Zocalo neighborhood of Mexico City. President Obrador admited this week that organized crime controls some ports in Mexico. Photographer: Susana Gonzalez/Bloomberg © 2016 Bloomberg Finance LP Remember when Nafta was supposed to… Continue Reading →

Mexico pushes U.S. to designate El Paso shooting an act of terrorism – Reuters

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico’s government on Wednesday amplified its assertion that the Aug. 3 mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, was an act of terrorism against Mexicans, urging the United States to ensure the attack was designated as such…. Continue Reading →

Mexico police suspend six officers over rape case investigations – BBC News

Image copyright EPA Image caption A protester holds a banner saying “they don’t look after me, they rape me” Six police officers in Mexico City have been suspended as part of investigations into the alleged rape of two teenage girls… Continue Reading →

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