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Mexicans dying from adulterated alcohol as beer runs dry
Scores of Mexicans are dying from drinking adulterated liquor, a consequence of the shortage of mainstream alcoholic...
Tweedledee and Tweedledum: Donald Trump and Boris Johnson
English writer, Lewis Carroll, created two of the most memorable fictional characters that Alice encountered in Wonderland: Tweedledee and Tweedledum.
Hibiscus: Nigeria loses $112.78m to Mexico’s ban
There appears no respite yet for Hibiscus flower exporters, as stakeholders wait for the green light to restart the export of the commodity to Mexico
Nine killed in Mexico shootout with police
Nine people were killed in a bloody confrontation Friday in western Mexico between a criminal gang and agents investigating a suspected kidnapping, officials said.
Mexico confirms first three cases of coronavirus, linked to Italy
Mexico's health ministry said the country has confirmed three cases of the coronavirus, becoming the second Latin American nation reached by the global outbreak.
Mexico returns ancient bronze sculpture to Nigeria
The Mexican government, on Tuesday, delivered to Nigeria an ancient bronze sculpture seized by customs agents at Mexico City airport. The Nigerian sculpture is of Yoruba origin
Mexico returns ancient sculpture to Nigeria
The Mexican government delivered to Nigeria on Tuesday an ancient bronze sculpture seized by customs agents at Mexico City airport as its buyer tried to bring it into this country.
The many frustrations of Femi Adeshina
It’s apparent that Femi Adeshina is getting increasingly frustrated by the strident criticisms of President Buhari by Nigerians. The once cool and calm Presidential Spokesman now loses his temper easily
Hernandez joins LA Galaxy from Sevilla
Mexico striker Javier Hernandez has joined Major League Soccer team LA Galaxy from Sevilla, the La Liga club announced on Tuesday.
24 hours in the shadow of Mexico's violence
As Mexico struggles to stop the bloodshed unleashed by its "drug wars," the violence casts a long shadow over ordinary life for many Mexicans.
Mexico shootout leaves 21 dead
1 Dec 2019
A shootout in Mexico near the US border between suspected drug traffickers and police left at least 21 dead, including four officers, officials said Sunday.
Trump says will designate Mexican cartels as 'terror' groups
27 Nov 2019
US President Donald Trump said in a radio interview posted online Tuesday that he planned to designate Mexican drug cartels as terror groups.