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Blanca Estela Aguilar, mother of Oscar Luna Aguilar, 23, who died in a shootout involving Federal police officers during a demonstration of teachers, mourns him along his coffin at home in Nochixtlan, Oaxaca State, Mexico on June 21, 2016. - AFP ...
The state of Oaxaca is the heart of mezcal country. People in 50 markets around the globe enjoy this smoky spirit, and most of it comes from here.
According to eye witnesses, at least 10 people were killed and hundreds injured during violent repression of protesters on June 19, 2016, in the municipality of Nochixtlan, in the southern state of Oaxaca. About 800 policemen attempted to evict more ...
Panama's government requested Martinelli's extradition last September to face accusations he spied illegally on his political rivals and intercepted the telephone calls of more than 100 people, including politicians, business and labour leaders, and ...
Heavy rain was expected to continue through Tuesday night in the mountains of Oaxaca state, whose government opened dozens of shelters.
Mexico's National Water Commission reported that the storm touched land in the early evening just east of the town of Ayutla, in Oaxaca state. The U.S. National Hurricane Center said the storm's centre was about 40 miles (70 kilometres) west-southwest ...
The former Health Secretary of the state of Oaxaca was arrested on the weekend in Jalisco for abuse of authority and the embezzlement of as much as 2 billion pesos (US $150 million).
"The Maya World and [the state of] Oaxaca both have a wealth of tourism offerings -- archaeology, culture, nature, beach, gastronomy -- all representing an infinite number of possibilities and experiences," said Berho.
Social groups in Mexico declared the state of Oaxaca on "maximum alert" for femicides as seven women in Oaxaca have been killed in the past seven days, including Laura Olivia C.M.
The programme for 'Consolidation, Expansion, and Improvement of the Rural Water and Sanitation Information System', which goes by the acronym SIASAR, seeks to develop information systems that will help government agencies improve water and ... World ...
And now in neighboring Oaxaca state - home to almost two-thirds of Mexico's wind-power capacity, including the Tehuantepec turbines - protesters are blockading local highways and calling for future development to be shelved.
More than a third of all attacks on journalists in Mexico are carried out by some state actor, that is, a government, military or police official, according to the government's own statistics. That number rises to 81 percent in the Gulf of Mexico ...
And now in neighboring Oaxaca state - home to almost two-thirds of Mexico's wind-power capacity, including the Tehuantepec turbines - protesters are blockading local highways and calling for future development to be shelved.
And protest they did, with marches in at least nine cities to demand the restart of talks over the long-hated education reforms with the federal government. Public security authorities in the nation's capital estimated that 4,000 people arrived aboard ...
And now in neighboring Oaxaca state - home to almost two-thirds of Mexico's wind-power capacity, including the Tehuantepec turbines - protesters are blockading local highways and calling for future development to be shelved.
And now in neighboring Oaxaca state - home to almost two-thirds of Mexico's wind-power capacity, including the Tehuantepec turbines - protesters are blockading local highways and calling for future development to be shelved.
And now in neighboring Oaxaca state - home to almost two-thirds of Mexico's wind-power capacity, including the Tehuantepec turbines - protesters are blockading local highways and calling for future development to be shelved.
And now in neighboring Oaxaca state - home to almost two-thirds of Mexico's wind-power capacity, including the Tehuantepec turbines - protesters are blockading local highways and calling for future development to be shelved.
Cows graze near wind turbines in the Juchitan district of the state of Oaxaca. Photographer: Yael ... And now in neighboring Oaxaca state -- home to almost two-thirds of Mexico's wind-power capacity, including the Tehuantepec turbines -- protesters are ...
The Company is a producer of metal concentrates that contain gold, silver, copper, lead and zinc, and dore containing gold and silver at the Aguila Project within its Oaxaca Mining Unit located in the southern State of Oaxaca, Mexico. The Company has ...
On May 3, a government investigation into illegal pipeline taps in the central state of Puebla turned violent. gunmen using local civilians as human shields opened fire on army officials, leaving 10 dead.
The Company is a producer of metal concentrates that contain gold, silver, copper, lead and zinc, and dore containing gold and silver at the Aguila Project within its Oaxaca Mining Unit located in the southern State of Oaxaca, Mexico. The Company has ...
Caracas, Venezuela (AP) - women banged on pans and some stripped off their white shirts Saturday as they protested Venezuela's socialist government in an event the opposition billed as a "women's march against repression." As they marched, local ...
While the government's Pemex oil company no longer releases official figures, 5,574 illegal pipeline taps were found in 2015.
In March, a court in the southern state of Oaxaca convicted a former municipal police commander in the killing and sentenced him to 30 years.
In March, a court in the southern state of Oaxaca convicted a former municipal police commander in the killing and sentenced him to 30 years.
Recognising the need to move away from fossil fuels, the Mexican government intervened to reform the vertically integrated electricity market, which by 2015 had helped to make Mexico one of the top ten destinations in the world for clean-energy ...
The current wave of protests is the most intense the economically struggling country has seen since two months of anti-government protests in 2014 that left dozens dead. But while those protests were led by young people who built flaming barricades in ...
This was the first time I'd seen reporters in person during my almost three months in the State of Oaxaca, Mexico. As a fellow journalist, I found this odd, especially because people here seem to stay decently informed via television and radio news.
After 12 weeks, during which "strawberry pickers clashed with police in a series of running battles that left government buildings torched, laborers bloodied and dozens of people arrested," Marosi reports, "labor leaders and growers reached a historic ...
Since the entire country is completely compromised and corrupt, I would suggest foreign Mercenaries who are in no way connected to Mexico - and pay them enough so they can't be "bought" by the cartels, or the government. In the US, we have the "highway ...
Second: Minor anchor babies cannot legally enter into a contract with the government for benefits and services until they are of the age of consent (18 - 21) depending on the state.
Several people were killed last summer when union protesters clashed with riot police in the southern state of Oaxaca, and the government has fired some 4,000 teachers who refused to participate in the testing. Skeptics of the model have also pointed ...
At 93,757 square kilometers, Oaxaca's state contribution to Mexico's gross domestic product is only 22nd out of 32 states.
At 93,757 square kilometers, Oaxaca's state contribution to Mexico's gross domestic product is only 22nd out of 32 states.
Last week's moves stem from a June 19 conflict in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. Eight people were killed and 100 others wounded when members of the National Coordinator ... government and union officials have traded accusations about the June ...
Last week's moves stem from a June 19 conflict in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. Eight people were killed and 100 others wounded when members of the National Coordinator ... government and union officials have traded accusations about the June ...
The U.S. Embassy in Mexico City issued this news release on March 22, 2017: - U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Roberta Jacobson visited the state of Oaxaca as part of her commitment to enhance the bilateral relationship and to get to know various parts of the ...
FILE - In this Jan. 27, 2015 file photo, a man stands in a poppy flower field that the government sprayed with an herbicide in the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains of Guerrero State, Mexico.
Last week's moves stem from a June 19 conflict in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. Eight people were killed and 100 others wounded when members of the National Coordinator ... government and union officials have traded accusations about the June ...
The U.S. Embassy in Mexico City issued this news release on March 22, 2017: - U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Roberta Jacobson visited the state of Oaxaca as part of her commitment to enhance the bilateral relationship and to get to know various parts of the ...
Mexico City (AP) - A Mexican army general said his forces are increasingly coming under fire from drug traffickers protecting opium poppy plantations in Oaxaca state, where opium growers are moving production to take advantage of mountainous terrain ...
FILE - In this Jan. 27, 2015 file photo, a man stands in a poppy flower field that the government sprayed with an herbicide in the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains of Guerrero State, Mexico.
FILE - In this Jan. 27, 2015 file photo, a man stands in a poppy flower field that the government sprayed with an herbicide in the Sierra Madre del Sur mountains of Guerrero State, Mexico.
Mexico City - President Donald Trump may want to wall off America's southern neighbor, but Mexico is still happy to talk. With an eye to making its population more competitive in the global economy, Mexico is pushing ambitious new plans to have all of ...
Hernandez, who has been in his position for seven months, sits atop an 80-year-old government entity which for decades had monopoly control over Mexico's electricity sector until reforms were passed by the Mexican Congress in December 2013.
Hernandez, who has been in his position for seven months, sits atop an 80-year-old government entity which for decades had monopoly control over Mexico's electricity sector until reforms were passed by the Mexican Congress in December 2013.
A court in the southern Mexico state of Oaxaca has convicted a former municipal police commander in last year's murder of a local journalist.
The bathing was part of a limpia, a ritual cleansing given Alejandro Murat Hinojosa during a visit intended to help foster reconciliation between the Oaxaca government and the Indigenous community in the state's Mixteca region. The ceremony and ...
It's been a rocky few months for America's relationship with Mexico, where government officials haven't taken kindly to recent White Houses announcements about the border wall or deportation forces.


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