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  1. Families of 'Desaparecidos' Take Search into Their Own HandsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | Inter Press Service

    "Forced disappearance, a strategy of terror" reads a sign with the Mexican flag, held by a family member during a Feb. 19 ceremony to celebrate the 15th year anniversary of HIJOS, one of the first organisations created by the families of 'desaparecidos' to search for their loved ones and fight for justice. Credit: Emilio Godoy/IPS - Carlos Trujillo refuses to give up, after years of tirelessly searching hospitals, morgues, prisons, cemeteries and clandestine graves in Mexico, looking for his four missing brothers.

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  2. Flights cancelled for second time in 10 days after Mexican volcano spews ashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Winnipeg Free Press

    For the second time in 10 days, the Popocatepetl volcano east of Mexico City spewed ash into the sky, forcing cancellation of flights at the nearby Puebla International Airport. A statement from the government's airport oversight agency Wednesday said operations in Puebla were suspended at 6:30 a.m. to allow airport personnel to clean runways and other areas covered in ash.

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  3. Texas flights affected as Mexican volcano spews ashRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | KYTX-TV News

    Now you can have your coffee and eat the cup it comes in, too. KFC is teaming with Seattle's Best Coffee to create the Scoffee cup.

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  4. Cargill's Mexican facility to produce aquaculture feedRead the original story

    Yesterday | World-Grain

    As part of the celebrations for its 150th global anniversary and 50 years of operations in Mexico, Cargill Mexico inaugurated the expansion of its animal feed facility on Feb. 24. The expansion is the result of a $7.8 million investment, said Gerardo Quintero, managing director of Cargill's Feed & Nutrition business for Mexico and Central America.

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  5. Flights again affected as Mexican volcano spews ashRead the original story

    Yesterday | WTVC

    The Popocatepetl volcano east of Mexico City has been spewing ash into the sky, forcing cancellation of flights at the nearby Puebla International Airport for a second consecutive day. The government's airport oversight agency says through its Twitter account Thursday that flights to Monterrey, Houston, Guadalajara, as well as inbound flights from Cancun and Dallas were affected.

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  6. Mexican volcano spews lavaRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Iol.co.za

    For the second time in 10 days, the Popocatepetl volcano east of Mexico City has spewed ash into the sky, forcing cancellation of flights at the nearby Puebla International Airport. A statement from the government's airport oversight agency on Wednesday said operations in Puebla were suspended at 6.30am to allow airport personnel to clean runways and other areas covered in ash.

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  7. Volcanic ash forces Mexican airport closureRead the original story

    Yesterday | Mid-Day Mumbai

    Puebla: Volcanic ash rained down on the runway of the Puebla airport in central Mexico, forcing the facility to close today and disrupting some US and domestic flights. The Popocatepetl volcano began rumbling and exploding yesterday, spewing a column of ash and ejecting white hot rock as far as 700 meters from its crater, according to the National Disaster Prevention Center.

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  8. Flights cancelled after Mexican volcano spews ashRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Newsday

    For the second time in 10 days, the Popocatepetl volcano east of Mexico City spewed ash into the sky, forcing cancellation of flights at the nearby Puebla International Airport. A statement from the government's airport oversight agency Wednesday said operations in Puebla were suspended at 6:30 a.m. to allow airport personnel to clean runways and other areas covered... MEXICO CITY - -- For the second time in 10 days, the Popocatepetl volcano east of Mexico City spewed ash into the sky, forcing cancellation of flights at the nearby Puebla International Airport.

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  9. Mexican volcano ash grounds flights againRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | NEWS.com.au

    WHAT was whispered to convicted American Sniper murderer Eddie Ray Routh by the family of one of the victims after the verdict? THE Bali Nine duo's anguished families have appeared on Indonesian TV for the first time, begging the president not to execute the pair. IT'S A recurring nightmare for Obama.

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  10. Wednesday kickaround: Dilly Duka, Hope Solo, Herculez GomezRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Washington Post

    Montreal's Marco Donadel, left, and Pachuca's German Cano in the Champions League quarterfinal first leg in Mexico. The Montreal Impact midfielder scored twice, but Pachuca rebounded with a pair of second-half goals to salvage a 2-2 home draw in the first leg of the CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinals.

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  11. Magna's profit rises 11%, approves 2-for-1 stock splitRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Globe and Mail

    A worker in the Magna plant in Puebla, Mexico, Wednesday, January 22, 2015. A worker in the Magna plant in Puebla, Mexico, Wednesday, January 22, 2015.

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  12. Jaguar Land Rover 'is indeed looking' at N.A. plant, Tata saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Automotive News

    ... premium brand factory projects over the past two years. Audi is now constructing a $1.3 billion plant in Puebla, Mexico, to serve as the global source for its Q5 crossover vehicles. Last year, Nissan Motor Corp. and Daimler AG revealed that they ...

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  13. Climate-Change Clues from Turtles of Tropical WyomingRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2011 | Science Daily

    Tropical turtle fossils discovered in Wyoming reveal that when Earth got warmer, prehistoric turtles headed north. But if today's turtles try the same technique to cope with warming habitats, they might run into trouble.

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  14. Mexico rescues over 100 animals from overcrowded zooRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 23 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Mexican authorities say they have rescued more than 100 animals from abusive, overcrowded conditions at a private zoo. The Federal Environmental Prosecutor's Office or Profepa says an inspection of the Club de los Animalitos zoo in Tehuacan, Puebla state, found everything from bears and big cats to buffalo and dromedaries living in tiny enclosures with no climate control.

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  15. More student exchange families neededRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 22 | Observer

    To spend an entire year away from your family and to invite an unknown teenager into your home are each big commitments. The Rotary Club's student exchange program brings over international students to the United States and sends domestic students abroad.

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  16. Random ArticleRead the original story

    Aug 25, 2011 | Inland Empire Weekly

    Dear Mexican: This is going to sound absolutely and totally Caucasian. Lately, we have been trying to lighten the mood around the office with delicate bits of international confections.

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  17. Puentes Consortium at Rice to discuss public health in the US-Mexico border region Feb. 26Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 17 | PressReleasePoint

    Leading experts from the United States and Mexico will explore the challenges and opportunities of public health efforts in the U.S.-Mexico border region at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy Feb. 26. The event will feature a panel discussion with two members of the U.S.-Mexico Border Health Commission and conclude with a keynote address by Dr. Julio Frenk, Mexico's former minister of health and now dean of the faculty at the Harvard School of Public Health. The event is part of the Puentes Consortium's annual symposium.

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  18. Liga MX: Week 6 wrapRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 16 | Examiner.com

    Cruz Azul dominated in the opening game of week 6 of the Clausura 2015 to stay as league leader. Tijuana continues turning heads.

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  19. 2016 Rose Parade: Participating marching bands include Guatemala and Japan, San Diego and TexasRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 12 | Whittier Daily News

    ... Escadrille, Allen, TX; Centro Escolar José Maria Morelos y Pavón, Aguilas Doradas Marching Band, Puebla, Mexico; Franklin Regional High School Panther Band, Murrysville, PA; Instituto Pedro Molina Latin Band, Guatemala; Jenks High Schoo, ...

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  20. Les Halles Executive Chef, Carlos Llaguno Morales, Has Died at Age 38Read the original story

    Thursday Feb 12 | Eater

    Carlos Llaguno Morales, the executive chef overseeing both locations of bistro classic Les Halles died of cancer yesterday at the age of 38 . Morales was a native of Puebla, Mexico, and after moving to the US in 1994 landed a job cooking at Les Halles, where he was mentored in part by Anthony Bourdain.

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