Officials say that more than 6,000 people had been removed from freight trains in recent weeks.
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Guelaguetza is one of the most festive times of year for Mexico’s indigenous.
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The primary school children were greeted at the airport by proud parents and friends.
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On more than one occasion we have witnessed some of the most outstanding gourmet chefs residing in Mazatlán scarfing down a huge bowl of pozole.