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How to Donate & Support Mexico from the Earthquakes Devastation

How to Donate & Support Mexico from the Earthquakes Devastation

How to Donate & Support Mexico from the Earthquakes Devastation The powerful earthquake that struck Mexico on Tuesday has killed more than 200 people, so far and unfortunately, more deaths are expected. Buildings collapsed across Mexico City, including a school where at

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Mexico Earthquake: More Than 200 Dead

Mexico Earthquake: More Than 200 Dead

Mexico Earthquake: More Than 200 Dead  by Elizabeth Chuck, Daniella Silva and Rima Abdelkader Rescuers frantically searched through the rubble of collapsed schools, homes and apartment buildings early Wednesday after Mexico’s deadliest earthquake since 1985 killed at least 217 people.

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Trying To Piece Together The Mysterious Death Of The ‘Narcos’ Location Scout

Trying To Piece Together The Mysterious Death Of The ‘Narcos’ Location Scout

Trying To Piece Together The Mysterious Death Of The ‘Narcos’ Location Scout By Jorge Rodriguez-Jimenez Carlos Muñoz Portal was a renowned location scout, having worked for films such as “Apocalypto,” “Sicario,” and “Spectre.” Most recently, the 37-year-old was working for Netflix’s

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Mexico Faces Strongest Earthquake in a Century

Mexico Faces Strongest Earthquake in a Century

Mexico Faces Strongest Earthquake in a Century by Amorray Marcano Update: Death toll in Mexico rises to 58 following Thursday night’s tragic earthquake. The most deadly earthquake to hit Mexico in 100 years has taken the lives of over 30

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Indigenous Woman is Running for President in Mexico

Indigenous Woman is Running for President in Mexico

Indigenous Woman is Running for President in Mexico by Raquel Reichard María de Jesús Patricio Martínez is making history as the first indigenous woman to ever run for president in Mexico. MORE: 10 Films About Indigenous People & Struggles You

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Who Overstays Their Visas Most? Wrong – It’s Not Latinos

Who Overstays Their Visas Most? Wrong – It’s Not Latinos

Who Overstays Their Visas Most? Wrong – It’s Not Latinos For years, the best—and virtually only—publicly released statistic tracking illegal immigration in the US has been the number of people caught at the southern border. Now, the US Department of

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Migrants Talk About Their Most Prized Possession

Migrants Talk About Their Most Prized Possession

Migrants Talk About Their Most Prized Possession By Carolina Moreno When visual journalist Melissa Lyttle moved to Los Angeles just before the U.S. presidential election last year, she found herself drawn to the border and all the political rhetoric wrapped

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Carlos Santana

Carlos Santana

Carlos Santana Carlos Santana is a music legend. Born in Mexico, he became involved in music at a very young age. Growing up the son of a mariachi musician he learned to play the violin and the guitar. As a youth

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Journalist Murders Up In Mexico. Why?

Journalist Murders Up In Mexico. Why?

Journalist Murders Up In Mexico. Why? by Associated Press A journalist is shot dead as she pulls out of her garage in the morning with her young son. Gunmen ambush another journalist while he lazes in a car wash hammock.

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Miriam Rodriguez, Activist Who Searched For Mexico’s Disappeared, Murdered

Miriam Rodriguez, Activist Who Searched For Mexico’s Disappeared, Murdered

Miriam Rodriguez, Activist Who Searched For Mexico’s Disappeared, Murdered By Anahi Rama of Reuters Armed gunmen shot and killed a prominent Mexican activist dedicated to searching for “disappeared” persons in the violent northern state of Tamaulipas, authorities said on Thursday. Miriam

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