A Mexican official said on Monday that the government would strengthen measures to protect journalists, the day after a sports reporter became the latest in a long list of media workers to be murdered. Mexico is one of the world's most dangerous countries for reporters, with at least 124 media workers killed since 2000, according to rights group Article 19. Six journalists have been killed since December, when President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took office, said Alejandro Encinas, the deputy interior minister for human rights.
Mexico is opposing a U.S. proposal for steel quotas, a Mexican official said on Monday, as the two countries are in talks to re-negotiate trade rules over the product. Mexico also reiterated its call for ...
MEXICO CITY, March 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- BioKaiima, a joint-venture between Israeli-based global castor seed genetics leader Kaiima Bio-Agritech and BioFields, a Mexican company focused on delivering innovative castor-based bio-products, was recently established to advance activities for the development, production and commercialization of castor seed varieties and hybrids for the Mexican market. This trend creates opportunities for new players to increase production of castor oil in Mexico. BioKaiima is well positioned to rapidly develop hybrids that will enable farmers to generate attractive profitability and renewed production of castor oil in Mexico.
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, an anti-establishment leftist, reopened the debate over Spain's centuries of dominance in the New World with a video posted to social media, urging Spanish King Felipe VI and Pope Francis to apologize for the conquest and the rights violations committed in its aftermath. "I have sent a letter to the king of Spain and another to the pope calling for a full account of the abuses and urging them to apologize to the indigenous peoples (of Mexico) for the violations of what we now call their human rights," Lopez Obrador, 65, said in the video, filmed at the ruins of the indigenous city of Comalcalco.
Government support in the form of auctions and net metering schemes, coupled with solar price competitiveness, drive growth opportunities in the regional market, finds Frost & Sullivan SANTA CLARA, California ...
Capstone Turbine Corporation (www.capstoneturbine.com) (CPST), the world’s leading clean technology manufacturer of microturbine energy systems, announced today that it has secured orders for two additional C200 systems and two C65 systems that will be installed in two industrial combined heat and power (CHP) applications in Mexico. Secured by DTC Soluciones Inmobiliarias SA de CV, Capstone’s exclusive distributor in Mexico, the combined orders are for two C200 systems and two C65 CHP systems. Each of these systems will use clean-burning natural gas to provide power and thermal energy for the manufacturing process.
One month ago, President Trump's top trade official, Robert Lighthizer, was candid about the stakes involved in the administration's gamble on replacing NAFTA. Of the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, he told the House Ways & Means Committee on Feb. 27: There is no trade program in the United States if we don't pass the USMCA. There just isn't one…If the Congress doesn't see fit to pass that, then everything else is kind of like a footnote. We can't do trade deals.” The administration's NAFTA approach was a gamble because it relied upon a radically-different coalition to push its trade deal through Congress. Building such a coalition is central to every successful push for a trade agreement in
Discovered off the steps of the Aztec's holiest temple during the reign of the empire's most powerful ruler, the sacrificial offerings also include a young boy, dressed to resemble the Aztec war god and solar deity, and a set of flint knives elaborately decorated with mother of pearl and precious stones. The offerings were deposited by Aztec priests over five centuries ago in a circular, ritual platform once located in front of the temple where the earliest historical accounts describe the final resting place of Aztec kings. "We have enormous expectations right now," lead archeologist Leonardo Lopez Lujan told Reuters.
A northern New Mexico school superintendent who resigned after he was cited by police for driving through a resident's fence is still on the payroll. The Las Vegas Optic reports a letter signed by Las Vegas City Schools Board President Dennis Romero shows that Kelt Cooper will continue to collect his salary until June 30. The letter was acquired by the Optic through an open-records request. Cooper was placed on paid leave in November. Hours later, police say he crashed his pickup into a resident's fence. Hired in May 2016, Cooper had been under contract through the 2020-2021 school year. His annual salary was $110,000. Romero says he could not comment on why Cooper was placed on leave, nor could
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican police and federal officials on Saturday detained 107 Central American migrants seeking to enter the United States in the border city of Reynosa, the government of the northeastern state of Tamaulipas said. Following a tip-off, state police intercepted a group of migrants who had been taken out of trucks in a western part of the city, which lies across the border from McAllen, Texas. At the scene, unidentified gunmen began shooting at police, and one of the attackers was killed in the ensuing exchange of fire, the Tamaulipas government said in a statement. The statement said police seized a firearm and cartridges but did not provide details on whether any gunmen
MEXICO CITY (AP) — The Mexican government is re-launching its search for the country's 40,000 missing people by resuming a decade-old effort to dig for remains of an activist who disappeared in 1974.
Hirving Lozano was among the goalscorers as the former Argentina and Paraguay coach began his third international job with victory