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  1. Scantily clad models - long a fixture in Mexico - are banned at official events in Mexico CityRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Los Angeles Times

    Models pose at a 2017 event for an automaker in Mexico City. The Mexican capital has banned the hiring of modelsA at city events, saying the practice reinforces harmful stereotypes.

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  2. Mexico violence: Newly elected Congresswoman kidnappedRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Newsday

    A newly elected Mexican Congresswoman, Norma Azucena Rodriguez Zamora, has been kidnapped at gunpoint on a highway in central Hidalgo state. Two men shot at Ms Rodriguez's car, injuring an assistant and the driver and causing the vehicle to flip over.

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  3. Incoming Mexican President to Rely on Miniscule Security TeamRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 10 | Voice of America

    Mexico's incoming president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador speaks to the media after a meeting with President Enrique Pena Nieto at National Palace in Mexico City, Aug. 9, 2018. Mexico's incoming president says that when he takes office in December, he will have an unarmed security detail consisting of 10 men and 10 women.

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  4. AMLO faces noxious U.S.Read the original story

    Friday Aug 3 | The Brownsville Herald

    In your editorial printed July 15 there are huge inaccuracies regarding the political activities of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador up to the point of winning the Mexican presidency on July 1. In the era of the internet, it is inadmissible to see the blatant errors written about the political life of AMLO. AMLO did not twice seek PRI's nomination for president.

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  5. Trump: An actRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 2 | The Brownsville Herald

    ... 2012 with a coalition of parties composed by the Labor Party, a progressive party, the Party of the Democratic Revolution and Citizens' Movement, both of which were by then progressive parties and later joined a conservative party for this year's ...

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  6. Constitutional qualificationsRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 31 | The Brownsville Herald

    Recently some Americans have been talking up a storm about having term limits imposed for all members of Congress. They contend that some of these members have been re-elected for so many terms that newcomers are never given the chance to be elected.

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  7. Mexican electoral body ratifies Lopez Obrador's presidential winRead the original story

    Jul 8, 2018 | Xinhuanet

    Mexico's top electoral body on Sunday ratified Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's victory in the presidential election on July 1. The National Electoral Institute validated the preliminary results after it finished tallying the vote cast at all the 300 electoral districts around the country. Lopez Obrador garnered an overwhelming 53.2 percent of the vote, the INE said in a statement, adding that over 56 million Mexicans voted in the general elections, with the turnout at 63.4 percent.

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  8. Morena candidate Sheinbaum confirmed as Mexico City's new mayorRead the original story

    Jul 8, 2018 | Xinhuanet

    Candidate of the "Together We Will Make History" coalition Claudia Sheinbaum won the mayoral election of Mexico City, the Electoral Institute of Mexico City said Saturday. The IECM validated the results of the local and national elections on July 1, and gave Sheinbaum the certificate that accredits her as the head of the elected local government for the next six years.

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  9. Memo From Mexico | Trump And Mexican President AMLO Might Get Along,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2018 | VDARE

    For Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the third time was a charm. AMLO became Mexico's new president on July 1 in what was hardly a nailbiter.

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  10. Marxists, evangelicals, business executives, working-class activists...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 6, 2018 | The Washington Post

    In winning Mexico's presidency by a landslide, AndrA s Manuel LA3pez Obrador has carried with him into office an untested swarm of politicians and neophyte bureaucrats of disparate ideologies, skills and intentions. LA3pez Obrador took 53 percent of the vote Sunday - a full 30 percentage points over his nearest rival - and triumphed in all but one of Mexico's 32 states.

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  11. L pez Obrador, aka AMLO, is Mexico's new president. Now what?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 5, 2018 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Newly elected Mexican President Andres Manuel LA3pez Obrador cheers his supporters at the Zocalo Square after winning election in Mexico City, on July 1, 2018. Newly elected Mexican President Andres Manuel LA3pez Obrador cheers his supporters at the Zocalo Square after winning election in Mexico City, on July 1, 2018.

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  12. Mexico's Lopez Obrador meets outgoing president, wants 3-year referendumRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2018 | Channelnewsasia.com

    MEXICO CITY: Mexico's president-elect, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, met with the country's outgoing leader on Tuesday, hours after the leftist said he would put his job on the line to a recall referendum half-way through his six-year term. Lopez Obrador, who won a landslide victory in Sunday's election and takes office in December, travelled in a white Volkswagen sedan on Tuesday to the meeting with centrist President Enrique Pena Nieto in the presidential palace in the capital's colonial downtown district.

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  13. Amlo, the leftist candidate leading Mexico's 2018 presidential raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2018 | KFOR-AM Lincoln

    A left-wing nationalist known as "Amlo" is poised to become Mexico's next president and shake up the status quo with his promises to transform his country, including its relationship with the United States. The latest polls from Mexican newspaper Reforma show Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, commonly known by the acronym of his initials, maintains a substantial lead over his nearest rival, Ricardo Anaya of the center-right National Action Party .

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  14. A working-class suburb tells the story of Mexico's electionRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 2, 2018 | Greenwich Citizen

    Ins Villa has been waiting since childhood for a president like Andrs Manuel Lpez Obrador, who has been swept into office in a landslide by millions of the working poor like her. Growing up in Valle de Chalco, a once forlorn squatter settlement on the fringe of Mexico City, the 34-year-old shopkeeper and mother of two remembers carrying water from a single community tap, walking to school on muddy, unpaved streets, helping her mother wash clothes in a drainage ditch.

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  15. Mexican peso and euro slide on political uncertaintyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 2, 2018 | MarketWatch

    The big currency stories of Monday were Mexico's election, which saw leftist front-runner Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador win the presidency, and Germany's leadership spat over immigration. Both scenarios harbor some uncertainty for the countries' respective futures and has weighed on markets.

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  16. Obrador - Mexico's First Leftist President in DecadesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 2, 2018 | Voice of America

    A vendor arranges newspapers at his stall after the election of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador as the new president of Mexico, in Mexico City, July 2, 2018. To supporters, Mexico's incoming president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, is the person best suited to tackle the country's notorious corruption, drug violence, income inequality and bring about institutional change.

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  17. Currencies: Mexican peso and euro slide on political uncertaintyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 2, 2018 | MarketWatch

    The big currency stories of Monday were Mexico's election, which saw leftist front-runner AndrA s Manuel LA3pez Obrador win the presidency, and Germany's leadership spat over immigration. Both scenarios harbor some uncertainty for the countries' respective futures and has weighed on currencies.

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  18. Mexico's new president gets his chance after decades as fixture in country's politicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 2, 2018 | The Japan Times

    Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's victory Sunday gives Mexico a new face on the global stage. But for Mexicans, the 64-year-old presidential front-runner has been the most present and talked about politician of the past twenty years.

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  19. Exit Polls: First Woman Elected Mexico City MayorRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 1, 2018 | Voice of America

    Mexico City has elected a woman mayor for the first time in history, local politician and scientist Claudia Sheinbaum, according to exit polls. Sheinbaum, 56, won the election to lead North America's largest city with between 47.5 and 55.5 percent of the vote, according to an estimate by polling firm Mitofsky.

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  20. Claudia Sheinbaum is first woman elected Mexico City mayorRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 1, 2018 | South China Morning Post

    Scheinbaum had a controversial campaign, dogged by accusations about complicity in a building collapse during last year's Mexico City earthquake Claudia Sheinbaum, a Jewish scientist, environmentalist and left-wing politician, became the first woman ever to be elected Mexico City mayor on Sunday, according to exit polls. Sheinbaum, 56, has made a rapid political rise to lead North America's largest city - though it has not been without controversy.

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