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Seven killed in Turkey in clashes with militants| Reuters

Aug 28, 2015

Seven killed in Turkey in clashes with militants| Reuters

DIYARBAKIR, Turkey Seven people, including at least four civilians, were killed on Thursday in clashes between Turkey's armed forces and militants in the mainly Kurdish southeast, security sources and the army said. #Business #India #Syria #markets #Latin America #Mexico
Donald Trump throws Hispanic reporter out of news conference for trying to ask a question

Aug 26, 2015

Donald Trump throws Hispanic reporter out of news conference for trying to ask a question

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump engaged in a prolonged confrontation with the anchor of the nation's leading Spanish-language network during a news conference Tuesday. #Donald Trump #NewsTracker #Deportation #Mexico #Press conference #Shareworthy #Univision #Jorge Ramos
Latin America's Trump? Venezuelan leader rejects comparison| Reuters

Aug 26, 2015

Latin America's Trump? Venezuelan leader rejects comparison| Reuters

CARACAS Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro is used to being attacked by critics as a communist dictator, but one label the Latin American socialist was not expecting was to be compared to U.S. tycoon and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump #Business #United States #Technology #Venezuela #markets #Mexico #opinion
U.S., Mexico open first new rail link in over a century| Reuters

Aug 26, 2015

U.S., Mexico open first new rail link in over a century| Reuters

AUSTIN, Texas The United States and Mexico on Tuesday opened their first new rail link in more than a century as part of plans to update infrastructure carrying nearly $600 billion a year in bilateral trade, officials said. The West Rail Bypass International Bridge connecting Brownsville, Texas with the city of Matamoros across the border will largely carry freight, the U.S. Commerce Department said #United States #Technology #Middle East #markets #Mexico #Foreign policy
Home of the mariachi: A Mexico City cantina celebrates 90th year

Aug 25, 2015

Home of the mariachi: A Mexico City cantina celebrates 90th year

The singer pumps the room full of his baritone voice, two trumpets cry out, and guitarists strum a steady, stringy beat while the guests drinking tequila whistle their loud approval. #NewsTracker #temple #Mexico #Singers #band #Mariachi #90 years
NATO helps Afghans fighting to prevent Taliban taking opium-growing Helmand town| Reuters

Aug 24, 2015

NATO helps Afghans fighting to prevent Taliban taking opium-growing Helmand town| Reuters

LASHKAR GAH, Afghanistan U.S. forces are back helping Afghan troops repel Taliban insurgents from the strategic opium-growing town of Musa Qala in Helmand province, where in 2007 British and U.S. soldiers waged one of the emblematic battles of the war #Business #Technology #science #markets #Entertainment #Mexico #opinion
Volkswagen India ships its 100,000th car to Mexico

Aug 22, 2015

Volkswagen India ships its 100,000th car to Mexico

Volkswagen India currently exports the Polo and Vento in both right-hand and left-hand drive guises to over 32 countries #Volkswagen #Volkswagen India #Volkswagen Polo #volkswagen vento #volkswagen india ships 100000th car to mexico
'Tiny' Hurricane Danny strengthens Friday, but due to weaken| Reuters

Aug 22, 2015

'Tiny' Hurricane Danny strengthens Friday, but due to weaken| Reuters

Hurricane Danny strengthened to Category 2 status on Friday as the storm remained relatively small and far from land, according to the U.S. National Hurricane Center. Winds from Danny, which became the first hurricane of the 2015 Atlantic season on Thursday, were up to 105 miles per hour (169 kph) with higher gusts, government forecasters said #Middle East #Argentina #United Kingdom #Mexico #opinion
Mexico finds 63 children working 15-hour days in vegetable packing firm

Aug 21, 2015

Mexico finds 63 children working 15-hour days in vegetable packing firm

Authorities in northern Mexico found 63 children between the ages of 8 and 17 working long hours in miserable conditions at a vegetable packing company, officials said Thursday. #NewsTracker #Child Labour #Mexico #Coahuila #Yezka Garza
Arrest made in shooting that prompted New Mexico 911 dispatcher to resign| Reuters

Aug 16, 2015

Arrest made in shooting that prompted New Mexico 911 dispatcher to resign| Reuters

ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico Police in New Mexico have arrested the 18-year-old son of a state lawmaker in connection with a drive-by shooting that made headlines after it was revealed that an emergency services dispatcher had hung up on a teenage girl who was trying to assist the victim. Seventeen-year-old Jaydon Chavez-Silver died in the June shooting in Albuquerque and the 911 dispatcher, Matthew Sanchez, resigned late last month. On Saturday, Albuquerque police said they had arrested the suspected shooter in the case, Donovan Maez of Albuquerque, late Friday night. #Business #India #Technology #science #Crime #United Kingdom #Mexico