Mexico Ending The War on Cannabis? | Cannabis News Network

Mexico is one of the biggest producers of cannabis in Latin America. It is a clear example of the failures of prohibition and the war on drugs, with Mexico being one of the most violent countries in the world.

But now important steps towards legalization of cannabis are being made.

For the first time in history ExpoWeed was held at the World Trade Center in Mexico City.

Cannabis News Network was represented at Expoweed Mexico and got to talk with Fernando Belaunzarán ( PRD, Party of the Democratic Revolution), Pepe Rivera (Rector Mexican Institute of Cannabis), Emma Rodríguez (President EPSD) and Jaziel Espinosa (Founder CSC Xochipili) on the state of cannabis politics, medicinal cannabis developments, cannabis industry and cannabis social clubs.

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Huge military parade on Independence Day in Mexico

Over 23,000 Mexican Army soldiers, Navy and Air Force personnel participated in a massive parade in Mexico City, Friday, celebrating the 206 anniversary of Mexico’s independence from Spain.

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After a month of blockades in Mexico, teachers say they’ll keep protesting

Teachers from the radical National Coordinator of Education Workers, or CNTE, are protesting education reforms introduced by Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto that introduce teacher evaluations.

Union members have set up blockades on some major highways across Mexico. In June, a clash between police and teachers at one of the blockades in Oaxaca left eight protesters dead and dozens wounded.

Tensions are particularly high on the road that connects Oaxaca to Mexico City. Authorities say those impacted by the blockades have run out of patience, and the government is threatening to use force again to clear the roads.

VICE News reports from the blockades to learn if the recent violence and the threat of eviction will force the teachers to end their protests.

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A Mother Fighting for Justice (Excerpt from ‘The Murdered Women of the State of Mexico’)

A wave of homicides targeting female victims — labeled as femicides — has been sweeping the State of Mexico, the sprawling suburb that engulfs Mexico City. While government officials have not provided exact figures, the National Citizen Femicide Observatory estimates six women are murdered a day, and a United Nations body has described the situation as a pandemic.

VICE News investigates the murder of women in the region, and meets relatives of the victims who continue to fight for justice, from authorities who seem incapable or unwilling to help.

In this excerpt VICE News meets meet Irinea Buendia, the mother who’s fighting the Mexican justice system in the case of her daughter’s death.

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VICE News Daily: Mexico Bans Circus Animal Performances

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: lawmakers in Myanmar make it harder for Buddhist women to marry outside the faith, Cameroon forces evictions of people in flood-prone areas, a nationwide ban on performance animals takes effect in Mexico, and artificial blood created in Colombia could be the future of life-saving transfusions.

MYANMAR
Lawmakers Approve Controversial Bill on Interfaith Marriage
Rights groups and activists say the legislation, which could keep Buddhist women from marrying outside the faith, was signed under pressure from hardline monks.

CAMEROON
Authorities Begin Destruction of Homes in Low-Lying Urban Areas
Hundreds of houses built with wooden plants and makeshift materials are being demolished in areas of Douala that are prone to flooding.

MEXICO
Law Banning Circus Animals Takes Effect
Mexico City and 16 other states already had bans, but the new measure expands that nationally.

COLOMBIA
Biomedical Engineers Create Artificial Blood For Use in Transfusions
The team says the oxygen-carrying, translucent liquid could save lives in conflict zones, remote locations, and whenever there’s a shortage of donated blood.

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The Site of a Femicide (Extra Scene from ‘The Murdered Women of the State of Mexico’)

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A wave of homicides targeting female victims — labeled as femicides — has been sweeping the State of Mexico, the sprawling suburb that engulfs Mexico City. While government officials have not provided exact figures, the National Citizen Femicide Observatory estimates six women are murdered a day, and a United Nations body has described the situation as a pandemic.

VICE News investigates the murder of women in the region, and meets relatives of the victims who continue to fight for justice, from authorities who seem incapable or unwilling to help.

In this extra scene VICE News meets with a photojournalist covering the police and crime beat in the State of Mexico, and visits the site of a femicide, where a women was murdered by her ex-husband.

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The Femicide Crisis in the State of Mexico (Full Length)

A wave of homicides targeting female victims — labeled as femicides — has been sweeping the State of Mexico, the sprawling suburb that engulfs Mexico City. While government officials have not provided exact figures, the National Citizen Femicide Observatory estimates six women are murdered a day, and a United Nations body has described the situation as a pandemic.

VICE News investigates the murder of women in the region, and meets relatives of the victims who continue to fight for justice, from authorities who seem incapable or unwilling to help.

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Murdered in Mexico State: The Silent Epidemic of Women Killings in Mexico – http://bit.ly/1SE5T00

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Historic Court Ruling on Murdered Daughter (Part 3)

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A wave of homicides targeting female victims — labeled as femicides — has been sweeping the State of Mexico, the sprawling suburb that engulfs Mexico City. While government officials have not provided exact figures, the National Citizen Femicide Observatory estimates six women are murdered a day, and a United Nations body has described the situation as a pandemic.

VICE News investigates the murder of women in the region, and meets relatives of the victims who continue to fight for justice, from authorities who seem incapable or unwilling to help.

In the final episode, VICE News follows the Buendía family to the Supreme Court, where they hope to gain new answers from Mexican authorities after years of denial about their daughter’s fate.

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Female Murder Pandemic Continues in the State of Mexico (Part 2)

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A wave of homicides targeting female victims — labeled as femicides — has been sweeping the State of Mexico, the sprawling suburb that engulfs Mexico City. While government officials have not provided exact figures, the National Citizen Femicide Observatory estimates six women are murdered a day, and a United Nations body has described the situation as a pandemic.

VICE News investigates the murder of women in the region, and meets relatives of the victims who continue to fight for justice, from authorities who seem incapable or unwilling to help.

In episode two of the three-part series, VICE News met with journalists and forensic experts to learn why the Mexican government continues to ignore these gender-specific murders.

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The Murdered Women of the State of Mexico (Part 1)

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A wave of homicides targeting female victims — labeled as femicides — has been sweeping the State of Mexico, the sprawling suburb that engulfs Mexico City. While government officials have not provided exact figures, the National Citizen Femicide Observatory estimates six women are murdered a day, and a United Nations body has described the situation as a pandemic.

VICE News investigates the murder of women in the region, and meets relatives of the victims who continue to fight for justice, from authorities who seem incapable or unwilling to help.

In the first of three parts, Irinea Buendía explains why she and her husband Lauro Lima believe their daughter Mariana was murdered by her own husband, a police investigator for the State of Mexico — despite authorities having ruled her death a suicide.

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The Murdered Women of the State of Mexico (Trailer)

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A wave of homicides targeting female victims — labeled as femicides — has been sweeping the State of Mexico, the sprawling suburb that engulfs Mexico City. While government officials have not provided exact figures, the National Citizen Femicide Observatory estimates six women are murdered a day, and a United Nations body has described the situation as a pandemic.

VICE News investigates the murder of women in the region, and meets relatives of the victims who continue to fight for justice, from authorities who seem incapable or unwilling to help.

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Watch “Buenaventura: Dismemberment and Displacement” – http://bit.ly/1Qp6lld

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Are GMOs Safe? – The People Speak

VICE News traveled around the world speaking to people about genetically modified organisms (GMOs), and differences in opinion about engineered food.

Find out what people from Mexico City to London had to say about about it, and tell us what you think: share a post with the hashtag #vicenews on Twitter, or send us a Skype video message.

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VICE News Daily: Foreigners Seek Refuge from South Africa’s Xenophobic Attacks

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Police stations provide safe haven for foreigners in South Africa, Central American migrants rally against Mexico’s controversial border security program, Vietnam veterans and anti-war activists from the United States visited victims of Agent Orange, and what the Gulf of Mexico looks like five years since the BP oil spill.

SOUTH AFRICA
Foreigners Seek Safe Haven At Police Stations
Immigrants escaping xenophobic violence have sought refuge at police stations while they wait to go home.

MEXICO
Protesters Rally Against Controversial Border Security Program
Demonstrators in Mexico City marched against abuse suffered when crossing to the United States.

VIETNAM
US Veterans, Activists, Visit Agent Orange Center
American veterans and activists visited victims of Agent Orange as the 40 year anniversary of the Vietnam War approaches.

U.S.A.
Five Years Since BP Gulf Of Mexico Oil Spill
Dolphins continue to die at four times the normal rate as the fifth anniversary of the BP oil spill passes.

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International Aid Reaches Cyclone-Ravaged Vanuatu: VICE News Capsule, March 18

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: International relief agencies reach remote islands of Vanuatu days after it was ravaged by a monstrous cyclone, three imprisoned in Myanmar for insulting Buddhism, Shia fighters in southern Iraq make due with what’s in the scrapyard, and a gourmet pot market is growing inside Mexico City homes.

VANUATU
Aid Workers Reach Remote Islands Days After Cyclone
Agencies are trying to deliver critical aid supplies to the tens of thousands of people affected by the storm.

MYANMAR
Prison Time for Three Accused of Insulting Buddhism
A New Zealand bar manager and his two Burmese coworkers will spend two-and-a-half years in prison for advertising an event using an image of Buddha wearing headphones.

IRAQ
Shia Fighters Hit the Scrap Yard to Increase Battlefield Success
A small team is restoring and modifying weapons and vehicles to deliver to militias fighting the Islamic State.

MEXICO
Burgeoning Legal Weed Industries Give Rise to a Homegrown Market
Connoisseurs have formed pot clubs to replicate the highly potent strains found in U.S. states such as Colorado and Washington.

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Explosion at Mexico Maternity Hospital: VICE News Capsule, January 30

The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines. Today: Explosion kills at least two people at Mexico City maternity hospital, Germany’s anti-Islam movement may be falling apart, Uganda uses drones to protect wildlife, and 3D technology gives expecting parents in Estonia a unique view of their newborn babies.

MEXICO
Explosion at Maternity Hospital in Mexico City
The blast was caused by a gas leak from a fuel truck that was making a delivery to the hospital’s kitchen.

GERMANY
Uncertain Future For Anti-Islam Movement
Five leading members of PEGIDA called it quits a week after a founder of the group stepped down for anti-immigrant comments and for a photo posted of him posing as Hitler.

UGANDA
Using the Bird’s Eye View to Protect Wildlife
The country’s wildlife authority has deployed small drones to monitor elephants and other protected animals under the threat of poachers.

ESTONIA
Expecting Parents Get a 3D Experience
​For a few hundred dollars, Wolfprint 3D will print a scalable, full-color model of a fetus.​

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An Uncertain Fate: Mexico’s Disappeared Students (Part 3)

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On September 26, teaching students from the Ayotzinapa Normal School in Mexico were intercepted by police forces en route to a protest in Iguala. In the ensuing clash, six people were killed, and 43 Ayotzinapa students were taken away by the police. Investigations over the following weeks led to the startling allegations that the police had acted at the behest of the local mayor, and had turned over the abducted students to members of the Guerreros Unidos cartel. All 43 students are now feared dead.

The case has come to represent the negative feeling of the Mexican public toward the state of justice and the rule of law in Mexico. The events have now galvanized the survivors of the attack and the disappeared students’ parents. Nationwide demonstrations have increased in intensity, and recently led to government buildings in the state of Guerrero to be set on fire.

In the final episode, VICE News travels to Cocula, where another mass grave has been found, raising a new theory as to the fate of the 43 missing students, as protests in Mexico City against the president and government have reached boiling point.

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Raw Coverage: Protests in Mexico City

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Activists in Mexico have called for protests on the anniversary of the Mexican Revolution, while groups of protesters are converging on the nation’s capital to march against the country’s systemic corruption. Demonstrations across Mexico have gained momentum since the September 26 mass disappearance of 43 university students in Iguala.

Daniel Hernandez reported live for VICE News from tonight’s action in Mexico City.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – November 10, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines.​ Today: Protest held in Barcelona against unofficial vote on Catalonia’s independence from Spain, protesters burn door of Mexico’s National Palace over news that dozens of missing university students were killed, coalition air strikes in Iraq may or may not have injured or killed the Islamic State’s top leader, and Syrian children demand to go to school after the Islamic State shut theirs down.

SPAIN
Catalan Referendum Meets Resistance
Far-right protesters burned flags and chanted fascist slogans in Barcelona on Sunday as a million people turned out to participate in the symbolic vote.

MEXICO
Heightened Tensions Following News of Missing Students’ Deaths
A group of angry protesters set fire to the wooden door of the National Palace in Mexico City on Saturday.

IRAQ
Condition of Islamic State Leader Unclear Following Air Strikes
Coalition air strikes near the city of Mosul targeted senior members of the group, but details surrounding the fate of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi are still murky.

SYRIA
Children Demand Their School is Reopened
The Islamic State has reportedly shut down schools to review and amend curriculum to include more religious studies.

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VICE News Daily: Beyond The Headlines – November 5, 2014

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The VICE News Capsule is a news roundup that looks beyond the headlines.​ Today: Mexican police arrest fugitive mayor and wife implicated in student disappearances, Peruvian authorities confiscate 60 tons of chemicals used to make cocaine, Chilean investigators hunt for clues related to secret detention center, and Thai military arms civilian groups to fight separatists in the country’s south.

MEXICO
Fugitive Mayor and Wife Arrested in Case of Missing Students
The couple were found hiding out in a working-class neighborhood of Mexico City.

PERU
Largest-Ever Seizure of Chemical Used to Produce Cocaine
Four people were arrested after authorities found 60 tons of sulphuric acid in two tankers.

CHILE
New Excavation Aimed at Digging Up Details of Secret Detention Center
Investigators hope to find clues related to the deaths of around 100 detainees held at the mysterious Colonia Dignidad, now called Villa Baviera.

THAILAND
Military Arms Civilians to Fight Insurgency in Southern Provinces
Volunteer groups have received nearly 3,000 assault rifles to battle separatists in the so-called Deep South.

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Mexican Police Disperse Thousands of Teachers Protesting Education Changes

Police in riot gear forcibly removed thousands of teachers gathered in Mexico City’s Zócalo plaza, where they have been camped out protesting education reform. The small-scale clashes were the culmination of weeks of chaotic demonstration.

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