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The Verge - 08 Jul 2019 Deaths and injuries don't slow Uber Eats' rapid expansion in Mexico
Rush-hour traffic comes to a halt in downtown Mexico City, as two dozen gig workers for Uber Eats and its Colombian competitor Rappi bike across one of the city's busiest intersections. It's dark except for flashing street lights that reflect off the neon green and ...
The Washington Post - 17 Jul 2019 Unauthorized immigrants face public backlash in Mexico, survey finds
A Washington Post-Reforma poll shows most Mexicans favor deporting Central American migrants to their home countries.
KJCT8.com - 17 Jul 2019 Confusion, fear reigns on Mexico border with new US policy
NUEVO LAREDO, Mexico (AP) — Asylum-seekers gathered in Nuevo Laredo, across the border from Texas, grappled to understand what a new U.S. policy that ...
Reuters - 17 Jul 2019 Small quake hits Mexico City, no damage reported
A small earthquake struck central Mexico City on Tuesday night, jolting office towers and apartment buildings in the sprawling metropolis, but there were no ...
Bloomberg - 16 Jul 2019 Mexico’s Ambassador to Leave WTO in Major Blow to the Trade Body
Mexico's ambassador to the World Trade Organization is preparing to leave his post, according to three officials familiar with his plans, in what could be a ...
Washington Examiner - 17 Jul 2019 Drugs pour in from Mexico as Border Patrol forced to focus on migrants
LAS CRUCES, New Mexico — Border Patrol highway checkpoints in the southern New Mexico region that normally seize seven figures of worth of drugs ...
The Daily Beast - 15 Jul 2019 Mexico's Not Paying for Trump's Wall. It Has Become His Wall.
Mexican President López Obrador portrays himself as a defender of human rights, but he is militarizing the country's borders north and south—and the Mexican ...
KGET 17 - 16 Jul 2019 Jose Arredondo slain in Mexico
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KGET)– Bakersfield car dealer Jose Arrendondo has been killed in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, according to close friend of the family.
Financial Times - 16 Jul 2019 Mexico’s revival plans for Pemex fail to impress investors
Andrés Manuel López Obrador, the Mexican president, has outlined proposals to slash Pemex's tax burden by $6.7bn in 2020-21 but the move failed to ...
The Washington Post - 14 Jul 2019 López Obrador’s cost-cutting spree is transforming Mexico — and drawing blowback from bureaucrats
Mexico's leftist leader is slashing spending to free up more money for the poor and other priorities.
OZY - 16 Jul 2019 Mexico's AMLO Is Spooking Investors — by Being Himself
Mexico's president promised pragmatism but is turning increasingly populist, spooking industry and investors — while winning broad public support.
ESPN - 15 Jul 2019 Sources: Mexico's Alvarez nearing Ajax move
Mexico international and Club America midfielder Edson Alvarez is close to becoming an Ajax player, sources have told ESPN.
Financial Times - 16 Jul 2019 Pipelines dispute adds to Mexico investment fears
A dispute in Mexico over gas pipeline contracts is threatening to undermine fragile business confidence at a time when it is already shaken following the ...
Sounder At Heart - 16 Jul 2019 Major Link Soccer: Mexico and USMNT add a September friendly
Major Link Soccer is getting a small revamp. You'll still get all the big (and small) stories from across the globe, but with a little more on what you are about to ...
One Mile at a Time - 16 Jul 2019 Emirates Launching Mexico City Flights
Emirates will be launching daily flights from Dubai to Barcelona to Mexico City using Boeing 777-200LRs as of December 2019. Here are the details.
NPR - 13 Jul 2019 A Look At Mexico's New National Guard
Mexico says it has deployed thousands of National Guard forces along its northern border with the U.S. and 6000 along the southern border with Guatemala.
The Intercept - 14 Jul 2019 Trump's “Remain in Mexico” Plan Puts Migrants in More Danger
The U.S. government's Migrant Protection Protocols, or “Remain in Mexico,” in fact puts migrants in grave danger.
ESPN - 15 Jul 2019 U.S. to play Mexico in September friendly in N.J.
The United States and Mexico will meet in a friendly at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., the U.S. Soccer Federation announced on Monday.
The Texas Tribune - 16 Jul 2019 Dehydration and illnesses: Why more migrants at the U.S.-Mexico border are getting sick
The Border Patrol's Rio Grande Valley Sector has seen a large spike in cases of rhabdomyolysis — severe dehydration and overexertion — among migrants this ...
Foreign Policy - 15 Jul 2019 The New U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Deal Can Work for Everyone
With Mexico and Canada's trade with the United States topping nearly $1.4 trillion in goods and services, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) ...