10Nov2017
Drug Cartel’s Grip on Mexican Politicians and Police Revealed in Texas Court Files
The Guardian
Los Zetas pumped money into elections in the border state of Coahuila but the detailed testimonies have been met with official denial and public apathy.
09Nov2017
A Final Bid to Save the World’s Smallest Porpoise Ends in Heartbreak
The Washington Post
Following the death of a captured female vaquita this week, the project has for the time lowered its sights, focusing on counting the remaining animals by using underwater listening devices and taking photographs of their dorsal fins.
09Nov2017
FIFA Again Fines Mexico for Anti-Gay Chants at All Home World Cup Qualifiers
ESPN
FIFA has once again fined Mexico for anti-gay chants, meaning the country’s federation was punished for the same offense in all eight of its home qualifiers for the 2018 World Cup.
09Nov2017
Mexico Says There’s ‘Life After NAFTA’ If Pact Fails
Agence France-Presse
Mexico said “there’s life after NAFTA” as prospects for the 23-year-old trade deal dim following US President Donald Trump’s threat to abandon the pact.
09Nov2017
AI Robot Will be Keynote Speaker at Jalisco Event
Nearshore Americas
Sophia is the first lifeless speaker ever to attend the annual Jalisco Talent Land event designed to bring together technology talent from around the country to discuss emerging technologies, including robotic technology and virtual reality.
09Nov2017
Mezcal: What to Know About Tequila’s Smokey Sister
Newsday
I receive so many emails about new mezcals that it sometimes seems like the Mexican-made, smokey sister of tequila is taking over the world.
09Nov2017
Abandoned Fishing Nets Are Being Recycled in Mexico
Recycling Today
World Animal Protection says it has joined forces with the International Committee for the Recovery of the Vaquita, Monterey Bay Diving and local fishermen in San Felipe, Mexico, to locate abandoned gillnets in vaquita porpoise habitat areas.
09Nov2017
TripAdvisor Is Now Labeling Hotels Where Sexual Assaults Have Been Reported
Quartz
A popular website that provides travel and hotel recommendations has started branding resorts and hotels with a red badge in cases where sexual assault have been reported on those properties.

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