12Apr2017
Deported to Mexico, These Men Feel Lost in a Country They No Longer Know
PBS NewsHour
The Trump administration has vowed to speed up the deportation process, but what exactly happens when undocumented immigrants who have built lives and have families in the U.S. are forced to return to Mexico?
12Apr2017
Don Henley, Santana, Steve Miller, Roger Daltrey & More Set for Rock Getaway in Mexico
Billboard
A galaxy of classic rock stars are lined up for the Rock Getaway Festival at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya in Mexico from Oct. 26-Nov. 5.
12Apr2017
World's First Commercially Available Flying Car to Be Unveiled This Year
Newsweek
A vehicle that can transform from a car into a plane will become the world’s first commercially available flying car later this year, the company developing it has announced.
12Apr2017
Fears That Russia Could Meddle in Next Year's Mexican Presidential Election Are Growing
The Hill
While there is no hard evidence to suggest that Moscow will be involved in the contest, its effort to disrupt last year’s U.S. election and reports that it is trying to affect elections in Europe have augmented concerns.
12Apr2017
Fugitive Mexican Politicians Flee to Texas to Escape Corruption Charges
Texas Standard
Texas borders three Mexican states, and that proximity has offered Mexican politicians fleeing corruption charges a quick escape route.
12Apr2017
Sewage Dumping Seen Affecting Rural Mexico Health
TRT World
Residents of a rural community in Hidalgo state, north of Mexico City report a myriad of diseases ranging from birth defects to conjunctivitis, which they attribute to water pollution caused by sewage from Mexico City being pumped directly into their water reservoir.
12Apr2017
Rights Groups Worried About Health of Chiapas Nurses on Hunger Strike
teleSUR
Several human rights organizations have issued public warnings about the deteriorating health of a group of nurses in the Mexican state of Chiapas who are entering their second week of a hunger strike.
11Apr2017
INM Grants Residency But Denies Asylum to Cuban Migrants Stranded in Mexico
Humanosphere
The Mexican government has decided to grant residency permits to nearly 600 migrants from Cuba, where dismal economic prospects have forced thousands to seek new lives in countries without the means or will to take them.


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