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The biggest market in Mexico City provides an estimated 80% of its food and it can be an overwhelming but exciting experience to watch its controlled chaos.
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Thousands of farmers erected blockades 14 states to demand that the government release additional funds to support the agricultural sector.
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The driver of the taxi in which it had been left returned the phone and refused the reward.
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Should original artists be flattered that their work is admired and deemed worthy of mass production, or irritated that it’s being copied and then sold?
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Three former Mexico City finance officials were arrested for hacking into the finance department’s bank accounts and stealing 190 million pesos.
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Educational institutions in the US have partnered with Baja California in a project whose goal is to raise the standard of English-language education.
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A warrant has been issued for Emilio Lozoya on charges of conducting operations with resources of illicit origin, criminal association and bribery.
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The scourge that has mired much of the coast of Quintana Roo has now affected Playa Delfines, burying one of Cancún’s most popular beaches.
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A graduation ceremony last Friday at a teacher training college in Guerrero was sponsored by a cartel leader who is a fugitive from justice.
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Notorious drug lord Joaquín Guzmán was sentenced to life in prison for drug trafficking by a United States judge who accused him of “overwhelming evil.”

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