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A day with the men about to make it across the US border – at any cost

Central American migrants escaping poverty and violence in their hometowns find crossing legally is a slow and difficult processAt the age of 14, Jonathan Levit was given an order by the infamously brutal Mara Salvatrucha gang in the northern Honduran city of Tela: to kill a friend he had known throughout childhood – “like a brother, all my life”.Jonathan had, like almost every child in Tela’s terrifying barrio of Colonia 15 de Septiembre, grown up in the gang’s shadow; there was no avoiding it,...
Tags: Mexico, Americas, US, World news, US news, US immigration, Honduras, Guatemala, Jonathan, Tela, Colonia, Mara Salvatrucha, Us-mexico Border, Jonathan Levit


Kristin Chenoweth Teaches Dogs to Bark the Avocados From Mexico Jingle in Super Bowl Teaser

Avocados From Mexico's Super Bowl teaser has gone to the dogs. Actress Kristin Chenoweth stars in the 15-second teaser, alongside three pups, who she tries to teach to bark the trade group's signature jingle. The teaser is the first Super Bowl creative for the trade group from Energy BBDO, following an agency consolidation last year....
Tags: Mexico, Advertising, Kristin Chenoweth, The Big Game, Energy Bbdo, Mexico Jingle


Oscar Nominations: Foreign-Language Films Surprise in Major Categories

Mexico’s “Roma,” Poland’s “Cold War,” and Germany’s “Never Look Away” provided a powerful showing for foreign-language films with a combined 15 nominations across several categories for the 91st Academy Awards. The director category featured a number of foreign-born filmmakers: Alfonso Cuaron for “Roma,” Pawel Pawlikowski for “Cold War,” and Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos for “The Favourite.” Cuaron […]
Tags: Mexico, Germany, Awards, Cold War, Alfonso Cuarón, Oscars, Roma, Yorgos Lanthimos, Roma Poland, Roma Pawel Pawlikowski, Favourite Cuaron


A Viral Hit, 7 Months Delayed: Aeroméxico’s DNA Ad Shows the Unpredictability of Organic Video

If you work for an ad agency, you might not want your client to read this. But then again, maybe absolutely do. In recent days, an Aerom?xico ad that plays on some Americans' anti-Mexico sentiment has become a viral hit thanks to social media and the increasing national tension amid a government shutdown over Trump's...
Tags: Mexico, Advertising, Trump, Aeromexico, AdFreak


Chief Justice John Roberts right to push back against Trump, defend judiciary

In November, a federal judge in San Francisco struck down President Trump’s attempt to limit asylum-seekers to legal points of entry.  Trump complained about the action of “an Obama Judge.” Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts criticized Trump, saying America does not have “Obama judges or Trump judges . . .  What we have is an extraordinary group of dedicated judges doing their level best to do equal right to those appearing before them.” In December, a federal judge in Texas struck down th...
Tags: Texas, Supreme Court, Obamacare, Obama, Congress, California, Opinion, Mexico, America, San Francisco, Sport, Indiana, Soccer, Hawaii, New York Times, Connecticut


2019 Oscar nominations: ‘Roma,’ ‘The Favourite’ lead; ‘Black Panther,’ ‘A Star Is Born,’ are in the mix

By JAKE COYLE | AP Film Writer NEW YORK — Oscar voters on Tuesday showered Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma” and Yorgos Lanthimos’ “The Favourite” with a leading 10 nominations to the 91st Academy Awards, while two dominant but contentious Hollywood forces — Netflix and Marvel — each scored their first best picture nomination. Though many expected “A Star Is Born,” Bradley Cooper’s tear-inducing revival of one of Hollywood’s most oft-remade show-business myths, to top nominations, Cooper was surprisingly ...
Tags: Japan, New York, Hollywood, Movies, News, Mahershala Ali, Mexico, Germany, Disney, Awards, Los Angeles, Sport, Ap, Netflix, Things To Do, Soccer


Death toll in Mexico gasoline pipeline blast climbs to 94: officials

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The number of people who died from a gasoline pipeline explosion in central Mexico last week has risen to 94, government officials said on Tuesday, from 91 reported a day earlier https://reut.rs/2FGojjO. The explosion last Friday occurred as about 800 people in Hidalgo state's Tlahuelilpan district were collecting gasoline that was gushing from a pipeline leak near a major refinery. ...
Tags: Science, Mexico, Reuters, Hidalgo, Tlahuelilpan


Analysis: Why Trump's wall isn't just a wall

It's uncertain whether President Donald Trump's proposed border wall will ever separate the US from Mexico. But it's already clear that the wall is reinforcing the fundamental fault line separating blue from red America.
Tags: News, Mexico, US, Stories, Donald Trump, Trump


Mexico homicide cases rise by 15 percent in 2018

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s public safety agency says homicide cases rose by 15 percent in 2018. Government figures released this week show prosecutors opened 28,816 investigations in 2018, compared to 25,036 the year prior. Each case may involve more than one victim, so the total number of homicides is likely to be higher. The […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Ap, Nation, Mexico City


‘Roma’ Becomes Netflix’s First Best Picture Oscar Nominee

Netflix is finally in the hunt for Hollywood’s ultimate prize. The streaming company received its first-ever best picture Oscar nomination on Tuesday for Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma,” a black-and-white exploration of the “Gravity” director’s youth and the life of the nanny who helped raise him in Mexico. The drama received 10 nominations in total, making it by […]
Tags: Hollywood, News, Mexico, Awards, Netflix, Alfonso Cuarón, Oscars, Roma, In Contention


Mexico sets record with more than 33,000 homicides in 2018

Mexico recorded more than 33,000 homicides in 2018, the highest number since the country began keeping records.
Tags: Mexico, Cnn


Televisa Sets Development Pact With Mexico’s Endemol Shine Boomdog (EXCLUSIVE)

Mexico’s Televisa and Endemol Shine have inked a new pact for content development, cementing a long-standing relationship of 17 years. Mexico City-based Endemol Shine Boomdog, run by CEO Alejandro Rincon, and Televisa Studios will co-produce a slew of original scripted and unscripted series for the Hispanic markets of Mexico, the U.S. and the rest of […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Mexico City, Endemol, Natpe, Televisa, Endemol Shine, Alejandro Rincon, Endemol Shine Boomdog, Televisa Studios


Man linked to 4 killings suspected of being in US illegally

RENO, Nev. (AP) — Authorities say a man suspected of being in the U.S. illegally shot and killed four people in Nevada over the past few weeks, adding fuel to the immigration debate. President Donald Trump has seized on the killings as evidence of the need for his proposed U.S.-Mexico border wall. It was not […]
Tags: News, Mexico, US, Nevada, Donald Trump, RENO Nev AP


Death toll in Mexico pipeline fire rises to 93

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The death toll in a massive fire at an illegally tapped pipeline in Mexico has risen to 93 after more injured died at hospitals. Health Secretary Jorge Alcocer said Tuesday that 46 victims who were severely burned were still in hospitals, two of them in Galveston, Texas. The victims were gathering […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Ap, World, Nation, Mexico City, Galveston Texas, Nation & World, Jorge Alcocer


NATPE: Mediapro, Televisa Strike Co-Production Alliance (EXCLUSIVE)

MIAMI —  Mediapro, one of Europe’s biggest independent TV groups, and Mexican TV giant Televisa, have inked a multi-year production alliance to co-develop and co-produce a minimum of three drama series aimed at fueling Televisa’s premium programming and output for Mexico and the U.S. but also targeted at worldwide markets. Linking two of the most […]
Tags: Europe, News, Mexico, Miami, Natpe, Televisa, Mediapro, Mediapro Televisa Strike Co Production Alliance


Why Trump's border wall is not just a wall

It's uncertain whether President Donald Trump's proposed border wall will ever separate the US from Mexico. But it's already clear that the wall is reinforcing the fundamental fault line separating blue from red America.
Tags: Mexico, US, Cnn, Donald Trump


Analysis: Why Trump's border wall is not just a wall

It's uncertain whether President Donald Trump's proposed border wall will ever separate the US from Mexico. But it's already clear that the wall is reinforcing the fundamental fault line separating blue from red America.
Tags: News, Mexico, US, Stories, Donald Trump


Farewell to the 727, the ‘earth-trembling’ workhorse that brought air travel to millions

One of the aircraft that introduced the fundamentals of modern comfort and convenience to millions of travellers has flown its last passenger service. The Boeing 727 might not have been responsible for the dawn of the jet age, but its record-breaking popularity in the Sixties and Seventies was testament to the seachange it helped force when it became the stalwart of some of the world’s largest airlines. After its 1963 debut, it was the first Boeing commercial plane to sell more than 1,000 units ...
Tags: Europe, Science, North Korea, Mexico, US, San Francisco, Iran, UPS, Switzerland, Fokker, Kenya, Venezuela, Cia, Dc, Tehran, Donald Trump


Mexicans abroad: Hector Herrera wins Europeo of the Week after red-hot form at Porto

Herrera, right, was exceptional in both games this week as Porto advanced in the Portuguese Cup and remained top of the league. More than ever before, some of the top names in Mexican soccer are playing for clubs abroad. With several key figures playing week in and week out in a number of top European leagues, keeping track of all the high-profile stars can at times be daunting. In order to help keep tabs on those across the Atlantic, we've created a weekly award that will be given to the...
Tags: Mexico, Football, Blog, Sport, Atlantic, Porto, Blog Post, Hector Moreno, Hector Herrera, Herrera, Nestor Araujo, Raul Jimenez, Diego Reyes, Mexican Liga BBVA Bancomer


At least 91 people killed, dozens injured in Mexico gasoline pipeline explosion

At least 91 people were killed in central Mexico after a ruptured gasoline pipeline exploded Friday evening, Omar Fayad, governor of the State of Hidalgo, said Tuesday.
Tags: Mexico, Cnn, Hidalgo, Omar Fayad


Cartel-Ravaged Mexico Sets a New Record for Murders

The country opened 33% more murder probes than in 2017, which was also a record
Tags: News, Mexico, Uncategorized, Overnight, Onetime, Cartel Ravaged Mexico


El Chapo Trial Suggests Trump’s Wall Would Do Little to Stop Drug Smuggling

Though the president’s pet project has never been mentioned in 10 weeks of testimony, the trial does have something to add to the debate about it.
Tags: News, Mexico, Smuggling, Trump, Joaquin, Sinaloa Cartel, Guzman Loera, United States Politics and Government, Donald J, Drug Cartels, Drug Abuse and Traffic, Border Barriers, El Chapo Trial Suggests Trump


Waka Flocka & Tammy Rivera Celebrate 5-Year Wedding Anniversary With Vow Renewal in Mexico

In honor of their fifth wedding anniversary, rapper Waka Flocka and his wife, Tammy Rivera, renewed their vows in a lavish ceremony in Mexico over the weekend.Long ago, Waka and Tammy promised each other that if they made it to their 5-year wedding anniversary, they would renew their vows and have an extravagant beach wedding ceremony.And this year, when the couple finally hit the milestone, they made good on their promise with a big wedding in Mexico. The ceremony was held on Saturday (Jan. 10)...
Tags: Celebs, Mexico, Hip Hop, Pop Culture, Jazz, Tammy, Waka Flocka Flame, Celebrity Couples, Trending, Zuhair Murad, Waka Flocka, Rivera, Waka, Celebrity Marriages, Vow Renewals, Love Hip Hop Atlanta


Open letter to Xi demands China to release detained Canadians

A group of 143 former diplomats and scholars from 19 countries have penned an open letter to Xi Jinping, China’s president, demanding Beijing to “immediately release” two Canadians detained in China.  Michael Kovrig, a former diplomat, and Michael Spavor, a prominent consultant on North Korean business issues, have been held for six weeks in Beijing. In their respective roles, the two frequently met with Chinese officials, researchers and scholars, the letter noted. The “detentions send a messag...
Tags: Asia, News, Australia, Mexico, China, US, Iran, Beijing, Canada, Vancouver, Huawei, Malcolm Rifkind, Ottawa, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Darryl Dyck, Vancouver British Columbia


Open letter to Xi demands China release detained Canadians

A group of 143 former diplomats and scholars from 19 countries have penned an open letter to Xi Jinping, China’s president, demanding Beijing to “immediately release” two Canadians detained in China.  Michael Kovrig, a former diplomat, and Michael Spavor, a prominent consultant on North Korean business issues, have been held for six weeks in Beijing. In their respective roles, the two frequently met with Chinese officials, researchers and scholars, the letter noted. The “detentions send a messag...
Tags: Asia, News, Australia, Mexico, China, US, Iran, Beijing, Canada, Vancouver, Huawei, Malcolm Rifkind, Ottawa, Center for Strategic and International Studies, Darryl Dyck, Vancouver British Columbia


The nicest Sears you’ve ever seen isn’t owned by Sears

Sears stores in Mexico are a far cry from the U.S., where a grueling bankruptcy process has highlighted the deterioration of many of the American company's crumbling physical assets. The difference? Mexican Sears is completely unrelated to the U.S. company.
Tags: Business, News, Mexico, Retail, Sears


Is Aeroméxico Offering ‘DNA Discounts’ for People Traveling to Mexico?

A commercial promoting an unusual offer from the Mexican airline gained attention from news outlets in January 2019.
Tags: Travel, News, Mexico, Advertising, Aeromexico


Death toll from Mexico pipeline blast reaches 91, Pemex defends response

Hundreds of people near the small town of Tlahuelilpan in Hidalgo state rushed to collect fuel from a gushing duct which authorities said was punctured by suspected thieves, and dozens were caught in the explosion that followed. The blast followed severe shortages of gasoline in central Mexico after President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador in late December launched a major crackdown on fuel theft, ordering pipelines closed in a bid to thwart the criminal activity. Some people at the blast site sa...
Tags: News, Mexico, Pemex, Hidalgo, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Tlahuelilpan


Deadly Mexico Pipeline Disaster Poses Major Test for New President

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s response to a blast that killed dozens, many stealing fuel, has exposed a central tension between two of his policy vows: fighting crime and lifting the poor.
Tags: News, Mexico, Poverty, Unemployment, Pemex, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Lopez Obrador, Politics And Government, Oil (Petroleum) and Gasoline, Crime and Criminals, Pipelines, Robberies and Thefts, Andres Manuel, Explosions (Accidental, Hidalgo (Mexico


Mexico probes negligence in pipeline blast that killed 91

Mexico has opened an investigation into what caused a deadly pipeline explosion, including possible negligence by authorities, the attorney general said Monday, as the death toll rose to 91 people. It is still unclear exactly how events unfolded leading up to the Friday blast, which occurred as hundreds of people rushed to collect fuel in buckets and jerrycans from a geyser of gasoline that was spouting from an illegal pipeline tap near the town of Tlahuelilpan, in the central state of Hidalgo....
Tags: News, Mexico, Tlahuelilpan, Alejandro Gertz