Mexico: Images of site exterior where authorities found mass grave | AFP

Yellow security tape closes off several buildings where a mass grave containing 29 victims was found in the Mexican neighbourhood of El Mirador in Jalisco state. IMAGES

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Parents gather outside of elementary school after shooting | AFP

A student at an elementary school in the northern Mexican city of Torreon shot and killed a teacher and wounded five other pupils, and then apparently killed himself, authorities say. IMAGES

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Mexico: Volunteers spread Christmas cheer to migrant children | AFP

In his traditional white beard and red suit, Santa Claus arrives in the border city of Juarez in to give toys to Mexican and Central American migrant children who, along with their parents, are camping in terrible conditions as they wait and hope to receive asylum in the United States.

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Police: Iowa woman ran over girl in racist attack

Police say they’ve charged a Des Moines woman with attempted murder after she told officers she intentionally ran over a 14-year-old girl because she believed the teen was Mexican. (Dec. 20)

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Volunteers battle health crisis of asylum seekers

As thousands of people are stuck in Mexican border cities while asylum cases wind their way through the U.S. court system, health professionals and medical students on both sides of the border are battling to keep asylum seekers healthy (Dec. 18)

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Mexico consults indigenous communities on “Maya Train” project | AFP

The Mexican government holds consultations with indigenous communities on the proposed construction of a controversial train that will cross Mayan territories in the south-east of the country.

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Talavera pottery, a Mexican and Spanish pottery tradition, listed by UNESCO | AFP

Talavera pottery, a five-centuries-old pottery tradition from Spain that later arrived in Mexico, where it acquired its own identity, has been inscribed on UNESCO’s list of Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.

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Revered by Aztecs, Mexican hairless dog in style again in hipster era | AFP

Mexico’s prized xoloitzcuintle, hairless black dogs named by the Aztecs for the god of death, Xolotl, have become cool once again in the 21st century — Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera had one and they are now the dog of choice for 20- and 30-somethings proud to embrace their Mexican heritage.

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In Mexico, ‘Santa Muerte’ shows worshippers another side to death | AFP

Death is venerated in Mexico on altars like this one in the Tepito neighbourhood in the country’s capital, where the skeletal “Death Saint”, or “Santa Muerte” — a female deity famous for being worshipped by drug cartels but also followed by a wider sector of Mexican society — shows how intertwined Mexican culture is with the end of life.

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Images from the aftermath of a shootout in Mexico that left 14 dead | AFP

A shootout in the Mexican town of Villa Union, in the northern state of Coahuila near the US border between suspected drug traffickers and police, has left at least 14 people dead, including four officers, officials said. IMAGES of bullet-ridden municipal building

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Mexico still fighting abortion rights, despite partial legal framework | AFP

Susana Dueñas and Martha Patricia Mendez both suffered miscarriages, one went to jail after, whilst the other was forced to apologize to the foetus as she integrated its “murder.” Despite the decriminalization of abortion in the Mexican capital and in Oaxaca, women are on an ongoing battle for their rights and against trauma.

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In violent protest, Mexican women demand action on femicide, rape | AFP

Demonstrators clash with riot police on Mexico City’s main avenue as they protest Mexican authorities’ failure to stop a spiral of violence against women.

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Clashes during the Mexican march to protest violence against women | AFP

Demonstrators smash windows, spray-paint monuments and clash with riot police in Mexico City’s main avenue to protest Mexican authorities’ failure to stop a spiral of violence against women. IMAGES

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Today in History for November 20th

Highlights of this day in history: Nazi war crimes trial begins at Nuremberg; Robert F. Kennedy born; Britain’s future Queen Elizabeth II marries; Spain’s dictator Francisco Franco dies; Mexican Revolution begins; ‘Cabaret’ hits Broadway. (Nov. 20)

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Pompeo talks China, Mexico during Texas Q&A

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo addressed China and Mexican realtions during a Q&A session Friday held at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy in Houston. (Nov. 15)

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Mexico community shaken after violent killings

Residents of a Mexican community founded by members of a US religious group say they’re angry at Mexican authorities over the lack of security after nine people, including six children, were killed, reportedly by a drug gang. (Nov. 6)

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AP Top Stories November 6 A

Here’s the latest for Wednesday November 6th: Kentucky Gov. race too close to call; Republican elected Mississippi Governor; Mexican Foreign Minister visits site where 9 US citizens were killed; Gordon Sondland adds to impeachment inquiry testimony.

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