Emiliano Zapata, Mexico Newswire

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  1. Construction director arrested for building collapse incident in Mexico quakeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Xinhuanet

    Police in Mexico City arrested the director of a construction project after the building collapsed in September's earthquake, killing two women, local prosecutor Edmundo Garrido announced on Monday. The director, whose name was not made by public was charged with double homicide and authorizing a construction that did not meet regulations.

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  2. Here's when 'La Vida de Selena,' a bilingual children's book on the Texas singer, is comingRead the original story

    Wednesday Nov 15 | Dallas Morning News

    Parents who grew up idolizing Selena Quintanilla-Perez will soon have a lovely bedtime story to read to their children. A bilingual children's book on the Queen of Tejano is set to come out next year and is already gathering a lot of excitement from adoring fans.

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  3. Review: Dia de los Muertos Tour a Triple Lucky Break for BarbarenosRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 7, 2017 | Noozhawk

    As the band leader of Mexrissey pointed out early in their set in the Dia de los Muertos tour presented by UCSB Arts & Lectures at Campbell Hall as we welcomed the weekend, "It's Friday night. If you don't get up and dance now, you're gonna feel like it was Sunday all weekend."

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  4. NYU MexSA Celebrates Day of the Dead with AltarRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2017 | Washington Square News

    NYU's Mexican Student Association to celebrate DA a de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2 in the lobby of Kimmel Center for University Life. NYU's Mexican Student Association to celebrate DA a de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead from Oct. 31 to Nov. 2 in the lobby of Kimmel Center for University Life.

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  5. Indigenous candidate draws surprising support in MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 30, 2017 | Westport News

    In this Sunday, Oct. 15, 2017 photo, presidential candidate for the National Indigenous Congress, Maria de Jesus Patricio, campaigns flanked by masked indigenous women in the Zapatista stronghold of Morelia, in the southern state of Chiapas, Mexico. Supporters are staging an uphill battle to sign up the 866,000 voters needed by Feb. 12 to get her on the ballot as an independent candidate.

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  6. My fellow Young Lions, Who Has Bewitched You?Read the original story

    Oct 28, 2017 | The Perspective

    I am beginning to lose hope in the ongoing political process in Liberia, as the visibility of betrayal lends a veneer of hope to the presidency of the tabula rasa, everything is indicating this except there is a dramatic recalibration and U-turn in the Sisyphean activities of your camp in the coming days. Cold feet is too costly to fund in the twilight of this process, realizing that you are to speed up and outperform your opponent in order to overturn the ten percent deficit and surpass your opponent so as to save the Republic from receding into backwardness and relapsing into the reign of terror.

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  7. Red Century: A Tale of Two RevolutionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 25, 2017 | The New York Times

    The Russian Revolution of 1917, and the regime that governed in its name for most of the 20th century, exerted a powerful political and ideological influence on Latin America. The revolution put its stamp on political parties, labor unions, artists, intellectuals and students, who saw the Soviet Union as an alternative to capitalism, a bulwark against United States imperialism and an example to emulate.

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  8. "Mexico exists here," reminds Mexican Museum exhibitRead the original story

    Oct 24, 2017 | Mission Local

    Interwoven in the current exhibit at the Mexican Museum - a three-room collection of "works on paper" by Mexican modernists - is a lesson every San Franciscan should learn. The exhibit, titled Mexico in San Francisco Works on Paper from Diego Rivera to Alejandro Santiago, features 42 works on paper by Mexican artists who were instrumental in steering a movement that blended politics and beauty - and who spent crucial points of their careers in the United States.

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  9. A revolution in prints: Artist Sergio S nchez Santamar aRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2017 | Santa Fe New Mexican

    Sergio SA nchez SantamarA a: El Nahual Coyote Tenextepango , 2016, linocut; courtesy New Mexico History Museum The power, clarity, and style of the prints of Sergio SA nchez SantamarA a owe much to the technical mastery of the artists of the Taller de GrA fica Popular. The TGP, an influential print workshop formed in 1937, was most active from the 1930s to the early 1960s and was formed, in part, to address injustices and rights issues among the Mexican people.

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  10. Engineers: Lives Lost in Mexico Quake Could Have Been SavedRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2017 | Construction Equipment Guide

    This Sept. 24, 2017 photo shows an apartment building that was partially destroyed during the 7.1 magnitude earthquake, on Emiliano Zapata Avenue in Mexico City.

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  11. Engineers: lives lost in Mexico quake could have been savedRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2017 | Brandon Sun

    Warm lighting would enhance the wood floors' natural glow, the developer promised, so when all the custom lightbulbs burnt out, Anahi Abadia and her husband grudgingly drove to Home Depot to replenish supplies for their chic new flat in southern Mexico City. They had just reached the register when the earthquake hit, shaking the store so fiercely the structure screeched.

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  12. Engineer group blames Mexico quake deaths on poor building codesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2017 | New York Daily News

    Nearly two-thirds of the buildings that collapsed in Mexico City's monstrous earthquake last month were built using a construction method that is now forbidden in seismic hotspots in the United States, Chile and New Zealand, according to new data compiled by a team of structural engineers at Stanford University. The suspect building technique called flat slab - in which floors are supported only by concrete columns - caused 61 percent of the building collapses in last month's magnitude 7.1 quake, which killed 369 people and blanketed tree-lined avenues in rubble.

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  13. The Risks and Rewards of Student-Exchange ProgramsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2017 | The Atlantic

    Pen pals and school visits can help students connect with one another, but they can also end up discouraging students from less-fortunate backgrounds. In her first letter to Jazmine, a 10th-grader at Amundsen High School in Chicago, Vanessa shares her nickname , says she loves animals, and briskly mentions that her father passed away.

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  14. 'I don't get it'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 21, 2017 | Newsday

    While more than 100 buildings collapsed around it, the home of Hortensia Navarro in Mexico's Morelos state managed to withstand the impact of the devastating 7.1 magnitude earthquake. Her house, in Jojutla, is still standing.

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  15. 'Poolside' art dives into Mexico City's untidy transformationRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 1, 2017 | Christian Science Monitor

    Seventy years ago, Club Condesa was a women's-only swim club. Today, it's a temporary home to 50 artists' work, trying to spark conversation about the city's constant growth and change - and what gets erased in the process.

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  16. As NAFTA talks begin anew, Trump threats have Mexico spoiling for a fightRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 1, 2017 | CBC News

    Donald Trump is historically unpopular in Mexico, which makes negotiations on a new trade deal difficult as political leaders in Mexico are under pressure to not give up anything. A second round of NAFTA negotiations gets underway Friday in a country that has long served as Donald Trump's political whipping boy.

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  17. NAFTA talks move to Mexico amidst combative national moodRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 1, 2017 | MacLeans

    Mexicans are tiring of being Donald Trump's rhetorical target, and as an election looms, critics are aiming to hit back A man walks past a burial of US/Mexico cooperation, in which the American flag has been crossed-out, in Nogales, Arizona, on February 17, 2017, on the US/Mexico border. MEXICO CITY - A second round of NAFTA negotiations gets underway Friday in a country that has long served as Donald Trump's political whipping boy.

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  18. Combative mood for Round 2 of NAFTA talksRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 31, 2017 | CTV

    A second round of NAFTA negotiations gets underway Friday in a country that has long served as Donald Trump's political whipping boy. Increasingly, there are indications Mexico is willing to whip back.

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  19. Mexico enters new NAFTA negotiations with delicate task: give...Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 14, 2017 | Los Angeles Times

    Peasants march in Mexico City Aug. 8. On the 138th anniversary of the birth of Emiliano Zapata, thousands of peasants are demanding the end of government cuts and calling for the abolition of the agricultural chapter of the North American Free Trade Agreement. Peasants march in Mexico City Aug. 8. On the 138th anniversary of the birth of Emiliano Zapata, thousands of peasants are demanding the end of government cuts and calling for the abolition of the agricultural chapter of the North American Free Trade Agreement.

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  20. Today in History for August 8thRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 8, 2017 | Fairbanks Daily News-Miner

    Highlights of this day in history: President Richard Nixon says he'll resign; Thieves stage Britain's 'Great Train Robbery'; Nazi saboteurs in the U.S. executed during World War II; Mexico's Emiliano Zapata and actor Dustin Hoffman born.

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