Cuauhtemoc, Mexico Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. As Trump talks building a wall, a Japanese art collective's Tijuana treehouse peeks across the borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2015 | Los Angeles Times

    A view of the treehouse built by Japanese art collective Chim Pom in Tijuana's Colonia Libertad. As treehouses go, this one offers unparalleled views.


  2. Tijuana protest march draws thousands; border traffic divertedRead the original story

    Jan 15, 2017 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Thousands of Tijuana residents protesting Mexico's gasoline price hike marched through the city's streets at midday Sunday, while later in the day a large group swarmed the city's main port of entry at El Chaparral, while another group moved to shut down Mexican customs operations at the secondary port, Otay Mesa. As they did last week, U.S. authorities diverted southbound traffic from Interstates 5 and 805 away from the San Ysidro crossing and urged motorists to head to the Otay port.


  3. Evicted Okupa Chanti Ollin Calls for SolidarityRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 14, 2016 |

    Members of Chanti Ollin are calling for those who stand in solidarity across the globe to deliver the below statement to the nearest Mexican Embassy. Chanti Ollin, a well-known okupa and autonomous cultural center in the gentrified financial district of Mexico City, was violently evicted on November 22nd, 2016.


  4. Thousands of Haitian migrants amassed at U.S.-Mexico border unsure what's nextRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2016 | The Arizona Republic

    For more than two years, Lemoine Denera had a steady job in Brazil, where thousands of Haitian men like him fled after the devastating 2010 earthquake. Then Brazil's economy collapsed and Denera joined the thousands of Haitian migrants leaving Brazil and heading to the United States.


  5. Mexico finds 2 border tunnels leading into USRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 13, 2016 | Daily Mail

    Photos from Mexican Attorney General's Office show one of two tunnels found in an area of warehouses in the border city of Tijuana that lead into California The tunnel was found in an area of factories in Tijuana, hidden behind a fake cinder block and some metal doors Photos and videos provided to Fox News by the Attorney General's Office showed wooden steps leading to the tunnels equipped with rails and trolleys. The Attorney General's Office said the tunnels were apparently used by the Sinaloa drug cartel to move drugs into the United States.


  6. Cuauhtemoc IRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2016 | TrekEarth

    Hello friends and colleagues, today I offer another photo of the visit to Cadiz of the regatta of great sailboats, today I present the "Cuauhtemoc". I hope you like it, next a few letters about its history.


  7. Why You Should Plan a Trip to Mexico CityRead the original story

    Nov 9, 2016 | US News & World Report

    With impressive architectural marvels and thriving dining and arts scenes, Mexico's buzzing metropolis offers allures for a variety of traveler types and interests, from foodies to culture vultures. While Mexico City 's Aztec heritage and Spanish lore has lured tourists to its metropolis for years, these days, the city's up-and-coming design enclaves and flourishing food and scenes are drawing international visitors in droves.


  8. Alfonso Cuaron Movie Crew Attacked, Robbed in Mexico CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 4, 2016 | News Max

    A movie crew for Alfonso Cuaron, the Oscar-winning director of "Gravity," was attacked and robbed in Mexico City on Tuesday while trying to shoot a scene for Cuaron's latest movie. El Cuyul, the studio producing the film, reported the robbers hit two women and stole cell phones, wallets, and jewelry during the incident.