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New Electric Car to Become Available in Mexico Next Year, Foreign Secretary Says

Sputnik 06 Aug 2022
MEXICO CITY (Sputnik) - A new electric car manufactured jointly by Mexico and Bolivia is expected to be available in Mexico in 2023, the country’s Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said during a visit to Bolivia ....
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How a Westside love story hatched the Crow, Santa Monica’s newest comedy club

The Los Angeles Times 06 Aug 2022
“I borrowed a friend’s car and went to the airport,” Nicole laughs ... The duo settled on Bergamot Station, an artist colony owned by the city of Santa Monica since 1994 and a major stop for the Big Blue Bus, the city’s main public transit ... Californians and other Americans are flooding Mexico City.
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Shocking moment SUV plows through ceremonial parade celebrating Native American heritage leaving several injured including ...

The Daily Mail 05 Aug 2022
Two police officers were among multiple injured when a car ploughed through a parade celebrating Native American culture in the city of Gallup, New Mexico ... Mark Soriano said no one was killed in the incident in the city of Gallup and he couldn't elaborate on the extent of the injuries, the Albuquerque Journal reported.
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Driver who plowed into Native American parade in New Mexico charged with DWI

New York Post 05 Aug 2022
Weaver IV/Gallup Independent via AP Emergency workers rush to deliver aid to a victim of the car incident.AP The city of Gallup in New Mexico was celebrating its 100th anniversary.Kaelyn Bahe via Storyful Footage shows children dancing in the parade route before Jeff Irving ...
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Multiple injured, including two police officers, after vehicle drives through New Mexico parade

The Citizens 05 Aug 2022
Multiple people were injured, including two police officers, when a car drove through a parade in the city of Gallup, New Mexico, on Thursday night, authorities said ... the Gallup Intertribal Ceremonial Centennial Celebration, the New Mexico State Police said in a Twitter post.
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Op-Ed: Why forest managers need to team up with Indigenous fire practitioners

The Los Angeles Times 31 Jul 2022
The Forest Service recently acknowledged that its intentional fires were the ignition source for the Calf Canyon and Hermits Peak fires — vast and destructive blazes in New Mexico this year, the sort of fire that is never a goal of intentional burns ... Californians and other Americans are flooding Mexico City.
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Op-Ed: Moving in with your parents could be good for America

The Los Angeles Times 31 Jul 2022
population. Moreover, by 2021, young adults were notably more likely than older Americans to have this type of living arrangement ... Samuel J ... OpinionOp-Ed ... How the climate bill will finally kill off gas-burning cars ... Californians and other Americans are flooding Mexico City ... The new generation of smug American expats in Mexico needs to face the truth.
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Op-Ed: A U.S. program promising to help Afghans get out was a mirage. My family is ...

The Los Angeles Times 31 Jul 2022
Next month marks one year since Kabul fell. On Aug ... Memories of past civil wars still haunted Kabul ... A few weeks later, I began to hear of a U.S ... Hopeful ... How the climate bill will finally kill off gas-burning cars ... Californians and other Americans are flooding Mexico City ... The new generation of smug American expats in Mexico needs to face the truth.
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Latinx Files: Meet the 6th Street Bridge barber

The Los Angeles Times 28 Jul 2022
I was getting a lot of love from the cars driving through ...The Times’ editorial board argues that the city should ban cars from the 6th Street Bridge altogether ... — Mexico City correspondent Kate Linthicum wrote about the tension between residents of CDMX and the growing number of foreigners who have moved there.
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Taps run dry in Monterrey, Mexico, where there is water for factories but not for residents

Penn Live 24 Jul 2022
Even rainy Mexico City faces occasional cuts in service because it lacks sufficient water catchment systems ... border, it is one of the wealthiest cities in Mexico, home to gleaming office towers, luxury car dealerships and modern factories that supply Americans with appliances, vehicles, soft drinks and steel.
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Taps have run dry in Monterrey, Mexico, where there is water for factories but not ...

Finger Lakes Times 23 Jul 2022
Even rainy Mexico City faces occasional cuts in service because it lacks sufficient water catchment systems ... border, it is one of the wealthiest cities in Mexico, home to gleaming office towers, luxury car dealerships and modern factories that supply Americans with appliances, vehicles, soft drinks and steel.
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US files another labor complaint against Mexico

The Associated Press 22 Jul 2022
MEXICO CITY (AP) — The United States on Thursday filed its fifth labor complaint about alleged violations of union organizing rights in Mexico ... Trade Representative’s Office said the latest complaint involves a union fight at a car parts factory in northern Mexico.
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Mexican workers at Carlos Slim’s Telmex launch first strike in decades

FX Empire 21 Jul 2022
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) -The trade union of Telmex, the Mexican ... Dozens of workers gathered outside the company’s main office in Mexico City after leaving their posts, many chanting, “Carlos Slim, get this, the contract is not for sale,” as passing cars honked in support.
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Elon Musk trolls GM for making its electric vehicles in Mexico

New York Post 20 Jul 2022
Tesla CEO Elon Musk bragged that his electric cars were the “most made in the USA” on Tuesday as he hit out at rival General Motors, the Detroit-based auto giant that recently announced that it would manufacture Chevy EVs in Mexico ... The car will be ready to be sold in Mexico by the end of 2023, GM said in a press release.
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Train Derails Outside Monterrey, Mexico, After Pieces of Track Stolen

The Daily Telegraph Australia 20 Jul 2022
Nine train cars derailed in a remote area of Garcia, Mexico, near the city of Monterrey on July 20, ...

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