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Freed Mexico teachers' union boss attacks education reforms
MEXICO CITY, Aug 20 (Reuters) - The former leader of Mexico's influential teachers union made a combative comeback to public life on Monday after being let off corruption charges, by attacking the outgoing government in a speech and claiming its education reform had failed.
Old-time union boss returns triumphant in Mexico
Elba Esther Gordillo, one of Mexico’s powerful old-time union bosses, speaks during a news conference regarding the court ruling freeing her of criminal charges, in Mexico City, Monday, Aug. 20, 2018. The flamboyant former leader of Mexico's powerful teachers union was arrested in 2013 on corruption
Bill O'Reilly: Stratfor.com Intel Briefing - Violence, Security and the Next Mexican President
In just over three months, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador will be inaugurated as the next president of Mexico. He will be armed with a public mandate to tackle corruption and drug violence. His party, the National Regeneration Movement, will also enjoy a majority in both houses of Congress. That contro
Mexico's AMLO says public should decide fate of new airport
MEXICO CITY — After vowing on the campaign trail to scrap an ambitious new airport being built for Mexico City, President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Friday that the fate of the $15.7 billion project should be decided by the nation's people.Lopez Obrador, who is to take office Dec. 1, sai
Opportunity to reach NAFTA deal this month, Mexican envoy says
Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray, left, and Economy Minister Idelfonso Guajardo leave the Office of the United States Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer in Washington, D.C., last Friday.Associated Press/Luis Alonso Lugo
Mexico’s next president chooses unarmed lawyers, doctors, engineers to guard him
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican president-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Thursday he will abandon the secret service-style protection used by his predecessor in favour of a security detail of 20 unarmed men and women, including lawyers, doctors and engineers.
Outgoing Gov't to leave Mexico with weak public finances: report
MEXICO CITY, Aug. 12 (Xinhua) -- The outgoing Mexican government will leave Mexico's public finances in a weaker position than the past three governments did, a report released by the Center for Economic Studies of the Private Sector (CEESP) said on Sunday.
Incoming Mexican President to Rely on Miniscule Security Team
Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Thursday, after meeting with current President Enrique Pena Nieto about the December 1 transition of power, that his security team will include professionals, such as doctors, lawyers and engineers who will receive some training, “but not for the use of weapons.”
As Trump, Peña Nieto rush to finish NAFTA, oil industry could lose key protection
This file photo taken on July 7, 2017 shows US President Donald Trump and Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto holding a meeting on the sidelines of the G20 Summit in Hamburg, Germany.
Today’s top pics: Excessive heat warnings in Western US and more
Spanish firefighters try to extinguish a wildfire in Pinet village, near Valencia Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018. Spanish firefighters are still working to bring under control a forest blaze near Valencia. (AP Photo/Alberto Saiz)Alberto Saiz
Colombias New Leader Plans Changes To FARC Peace Deal - UrduPoint
Colombia's new President Ivan Duque took office Tuesday, with no shortage of tough issues to tackle, from heightened tensions with neighboring Venezuela to the lingering difficulties of peace-building with the nation's rebel groups.
New Colombian president promises 'corrections' to peace deal
Fernando VergaraColombia's new President Ivan Duque greets the public as he arrives for his inauguration ceremony in Bogota, Colombia, Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018. (AP Photo/Fernando Vergara)Fernando VergaraSenator and former President Alvaro Uribe arrives to the swearing in ceremony for Colombia's new pr
New president to inherit a Mexico plagued with grisly violence
In the middle of the street, corpses riddled with bullets. Underground, thousands of bodies heaped in clandestine graves. And in the mountains, drug gangs locked in armed conflict with the military.
Cancun Airport Adding New Terminal
According to theRiviera Maya News, the Airport Group of the Southeast (ASUR) has started preparations for the addition of a new terminal, dubbed Terminal 5, as part of a series of updates and improvements at the Cancun airport.
Los 43: Case of Missing Mexican Students Resurfaces
A man holds up a photograph of a missing student with a caption reading "We are missing 43," during a press conference by the parents of missing teachers college students in response to a report issued Sunday by the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights expert group in Mexico City, Monday, April
Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto during Pacific Alliance Summit
PUERTO VALLARTA: Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto attends a meeting during the 13th Pacific Alliance Summit in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, on July 24, 2018. Latin America's two key trade blocs Pacific Alliance and Southern Common Market (Mercosur) Tuesday signed a joint declaration at a summit in
US Trade Representative Lighthizer says tentative Nafta deal may be inked next month
WASHINGTON (BLOOMBERG) - US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said it's possible Nafta partners will reach a tentative agreement next month to revamp the 24-year-old pact.In congressional testimony on Thursday (July 26) in Washington, Mr Lighthizer said the timetable would meet the Mexican obje
Lighthizer Testimony: NAFTA Deal Possible in August - Hoosier Ag Today
During congressional testimony on Thursday, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told lawmakers that it’s entirely possible that the three North American Free Trade Agreement members will reach a deal in August. Lighthizer says that would meet the Mexican objective of having current President
Mexico's president "optimistic" on new NAFTA deal
Speaking to reporters on the sidelines of an industry event, the president said his optimism was based on the fact that the three parties to the deal, including Canada and the United States, have all pledged to speed up the negotiations.
NAFTA teams ready to 'start solving' stalled issues - Mexico
NAFTA talks between the United States, Mexico and Canada had stalled since June when the United States imposed tariffs on Mexican and Canadian steel and aluminum. Both countries responded with levies on products including U.S. pork, ketchup and Kentucky bourbon.