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US gets morsels of Mexico’s gasoline business by using trucks – msnNOW

U.S. exporters are increasingly relying on trucks to get fuel into Mexico as the country’s gasoline production sags and infrastructure constraints limit shipments from one coast to the other. Windstar LPG, Nustar Energy LP and Indimex Marketing and Trading are… Continue Reading →

GM strike: auto workers accept ‘sacrifice’ to fight management ‘greed’

United Auto Workers called a strike on Sunday for the first time in over a decade as contract negotiations reached an impasse Uncertainty, apprehension and stress were the words people picketing General Motors workers at the car company’s sprawling Detroit-Hamtramck… Continue Reading →

Border Report: Bracing for Mexico’s ‘Green Rush’ – Voice of San Diego

Tijuana High Club. / Photo courtesy of Pedro Gastélum. California’s legal marijuana industry is having an influence in Tijuana. Entrepreneurs are seeing the potential for a new market as Mexico’s federal government appears to be slowly marching toward legalization. But… Continue Reading →

Francisco Toledo obituary

Mexican artist whose work paid homage to the myths he imbibed growing up in an indigenous Zapotec family The Mexican artist and activist Francisco Toledo, who has died aged 79, was best known for paintings, prints and ceramics that paid… Continue Reading →

Mexico missing students: Anger at suspects’ release – BBC News

Image copyright AFP Image caption Relatives of the students say the ruling is a setback The parents of 43 Mexican students who disappeared from the town of Iguala in 2014 have condemned an order to release 24 suspects in the… Continue Reading →

In Mexico’s Cartel Country, a Murderer Who Kills Murderers Tells His Story – The Daily Beast

CHILPANCINGO, Mexico—The safe house sits on a side street in a barrio that looks out on the well-lit downtown of Guerrero’s state capital and the dark foothills beyond. A late-model pick-up truck is parked in the street, and the surrounding… Continue Reading →

Mexico to probe officials over 2014 case of 43 missing students – Euronews

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican prosecutors will investigate officials who under the previous government handled a “discredited” probe into the 2014 disappearance of 43 student teachers, the attorney general’s office said on Saturday. The abduction and apparent massacre of the… Continue Reading →

Mexico Jalisco: Forensics identify 44 bodies in well – BBC News

Image copyright AFP Image caption Heavy machinery was used to uncover the bodies earlier in September Forensic scientists in Mexico have managed to identify 44 bodies buried in a well in the state of Jalisco. Discovered just outside the city… Continue Reading →

The Colonial History of Mole, Mexico’s National Dish – The Atlantic

In the United States, Cinco de Mayo is an excuse for margarita-fueled partying. But in Mexico, that date—the anniversary of a military triumph over Napoleon on May 5, 1862—is marked by a parade and not much else. The real celebrations… Continue Reading →

US Pressures Mexico to Shift Immigration Policy Immediately –

Mexico’s immigration policy has moved from one promising to help migrants to another characterized by militarized enforcement under the growing influence of the country’s foreign secretary and pressure from the U.S. government. President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has faced pointed… Continue Reading →

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