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Mexico politician slammed over Ronaldinho racist slur

Ronaldinho's new Mexican club called Sunday for a local politician to be punished after he posted a racist slur against the Brazilian football legend on social media. Carlos Manuel Trevino Nunez, a member of the conservative National Action Party, wrote a diatribe on Facebook after the player's presentation by Queretaro football club caused traffic jams in the central Mexican city on Friday.


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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Mexico gears up for Ronaldinho mania

The former Barcelona star's move to Liga MX club Queretaro was confirmed earlier this week and the news has been met with a mixture of disbelief and excitement COMMENT By Tom Marshall It is finally beginning to sink in: Ronaldinho will play for Queretaro in the Liga MX. It is a story no one would've even begun to believe just a few months ago, when the club were in the hands of the Mexican government, players weren't getting paid and their very existence was in grave danger.


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Thu Sep 11, 2014


NMSU students redesign school building in Mexico

New Mexico State University's Engineering Without Borders students worked side-by-side with members of the community to build a school in Queretaro, Mexico. LAS CRUCES >> The old school structure in Queretaro, Mexico, was a tarpaper and pallet shack with a dirt floor.


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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Washington Times

Mexico to face Honduras, Panama in home friendlies

The Mexican federation said on Wednesday that the national team will play Honduras on Oct. 9 in the deep south in Tuxtla Gutierrez. Three days later, it meets Panama at Queretaro, just north of Mexico City.


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Tue Sep 09, 2014

US News & World Report

Retirees are Lured by San Miguel de Allende's Charms

San Miguel de Allende has been a favorite among foreign retirees since the late 1960s. Nestled among low hills, this historic city is mostly flat at its center, making it very walkable.


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Mon Sep 08, 2014

Soccer America

What They're Saying: Queretaro welcomes Ronaldinho

"We hope the fans of our city and around the country join in this celebration of having Ronaldinho as a Gallos who will contribute his experience and expertise to further strengthen this great team." -- A statement from Mexican club Gallos Blancos de Queretaro after signing Brazilian star Ronaldinho , 34, to a two-year contract.


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Sat Sep 06, 2014

Mexican club confirms talks to hire Ronaldinho

Queretaro sporting director Adolfo Rios said Friday that negotiations were on with Ronaldinho's brother and agent Roberto Assis, reported Xinhua. "There are negotiations, but nothing has yet been sealed," Rios told Televisa.


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Fri Sep 05, 2014

Buenos Aires Herald

Mexico's Queretaro signs Brazilian star Ronaldinho

Mexican soccer club Queretaro has signed Brazilian striker Ronaldinho, a former champion with his country in the 2002 World Cup, the club's owner said. Olegario Vazquez, director of Grupo Empresarial Angeles, which bought the club in May after the prior owner was found to be at the centre of a fraud scandal, said via Twitter that Ronaldinho had joined Queretaro as of today.


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Thu Aug 28, 2014

State Department

Press Releases: Coordinator Macon Phillips Travel to Mexico City and Queretaro

During his visit to Mexico City, August 28-29, Coordinator Phillips will visit the Ben Franklin Library, one of the Department's premier American Spaces.


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Fri Aug 22, 2014

Nerve News

Mexican state bans animals in circuses

Mexico City, Aug 23 Mexico's Coahuila state has banned the use of animals in circuses.


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Arkansas Times

Arkansas State delays opening Mexican campus

Problems with water and power delivery have delayed the opening of a Mexican campus of Arkansas State University until 2016, ASU said in a news release.


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Thu Aug 21, 2014


ASU campus in Mexico to open at later date

JONESBORO, AR - Arkansas State University tells Region 8 News the opening of its Mexican campus has been postponed.


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Mon Aug 18, 2014

Daily Kos

Mexico initiates major high-speed rail project

On August 16, Mexican Secretary of Communications and Transport Gerardo Ruiz Esparza and Governor Jose Calzada Rovirosa of the State of Queretaro announced the tender for a high-speed passenger rail line between Mexico City and Queretaro, a city of one million people 218 km.

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