The ceiling of the school´s auditorium is in such disrepair it is falling down piece by piece.
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The break in the 36 inch pipe occurred Sunday afternoon leaving the entire northern zone without water service.
Ballots were delivered yesterday in Mazatlán and surrounding municipalities accompanied by a convoy of at least seven patrol cars.
Conflicting findings cast doubt over what happened to the 43 missing Ayotzinapa students.
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What caused the peso to drop almost 47 percent in a little over two years, what is the Mexican government doing about it and what about the future of the Mexican peso?
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I was shocked when my doctor told me that my total cholesterol level on my routine blood test was in the “high” range.
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- Mexican company recycles trash into furniture
- Drive to legalise same-sex marriage across Mexico
- Study finds drug war costs Mexico billions
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- Illegal immigrant numbers surge at Mexican border
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A new exhibit in Mexico City tells a story from Mexico’s drug war.
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