A Mexican federal court has made an unusual ruling that bans the import of U.S. potatoes on the grounds the imports violate Mexicans’ right to food sovereignty and a healthy environment.
Six Students Off To Mars For Two Weeks
Six Mexican college students began a 15 day long “mission on Mars” where they will test two experiments they have designed.
DHS Head John Kelly To Visit Mexico
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) said that Secretary John Kelly will be traveling to Mexico on Thursday.
Mexican student is Global Changemaker
A Mexican student was among 60 from around the world who were chosen to attend Global Youth Summit 2017 during the past week and discuss ideas to change the world.
The Designers Being Briefed To Create A Happier Planet
This week saw the publication of the 2017 Global Emotions Report, an ambitious survey of the global mood.
Mexican ex-governor stalls fast-track extradition from Guatemala
Javier Duarte, the former state governor of Mexico's ruling party who was arrested in Guatemala at the weekend, said in court on Wednesday he would not agree to be extradited until his lawyers were able to study a formal extradition request.
What we know about Navy destroyer's deadly collision with a container ship off Japan
The Japanese coast guard is investigating the collision between the Navy destroyer USS Fitzgerald and a container ship off the coast of Japan on Saturday that killed seven U.S. sailors and injured several more.
Gasolines Entering Mexico Will Have International Quality Specifications
The Federal Commission for Regulatory Improvement (Cofemer) granted exemption to present the Regulatory Impact Statement (MIR) on the amendment to Mexican Official Standard NOM-016-CRE-2016, “Petroleum quality specifications”, submitted by the Energy Regulatory Commission, since it does not imply compliance costs for individuals.
‘Dreamers’ to Stay in U.S. for Now, but Long-Term Fate Is Unclear
US President will not immediately eliminate protections for the so called Dreamers, undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as small children, according to new memorandums issued by the administration on Thursday night.
Flight attendant on Delta flight broke wine bottle over man's head, FBI agent says
A wine bottle broken on his head did not faze a man who lunged for an exit door and fought with other passengers on an international Delta Air Lines flight to Beijing, the FBI said.
Mexican police officials learn U.S. police tactics in simulation exercises
Police officials from Mexico are undergoing training to learn the best U.S. law enforcement practices to take back home.