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  1. Mexico Iran's corridor to access US, Europe markets

    En.mehrnews.com - Iran 05.27 / 19:53 en.mehrnews.com
    TEHRAN, May. 27 (MNA) – Mexican Ambassador to Iran Alfonso Zegbe said Mexico is Iran's corridor to access European and American m…
  2. New Mexico lab's future up in the air after recent fire

    Kanw.com - New Mexico (NM) 05.27 / 18:43 kanw.com
    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A recent fire has put a national laboratory's ability to operate safely into question. The Santa Fe New Mexican reports (http://bit.ly/2qmP0CY ) the Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board announced Friday that it will hold a hearing next month to discuss the future of the Los Alamos National Laboratory. A fire broke mid-April at the lab in section where the plutonium cores of nuclear weapons are produce. Lab officials said that the fire was put out quickly and caused …
  3. Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. (APD) Shares Sold by New Mexico Educational Retirement Board

    Mideasttime.com - Finance 05.27 / 13:01 mideasttime.com
    New Mexico Educational Retirement Board decreased its stake in Air Products & Chemicals, Inc. (NYSE:APD) by 4.8% during the first quarter, according to its most recent disclosure with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). The fund owned 22,050 shares of the basic materials company’s stock after selling 1,100 shares during the period. New Mexico Educational…
  4. New Mexico police to watch for drunken drivers

    Kanw.com - New Mexico (NM) 05.27 / 12:50 kanw.com
    SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico state police officers are planning a series of sobriety checkpoints around the state. Officials say the checkpoints and advertising highlighting the state's enforcement efforts are aimed at reducing alcohol-related fatalities. Data from the state Transportation Department and the University of New Mexico shows 113 people have died in alcohol-related crashes in the first four months of 2017. That's less than the first quarter the previous year. In 2016, a t…
  5. In Mexico, A Last-Ditch Effort To Save The Vaquita, On The Verge Of Extinction

    Wmot.org - Tennessee (TN) 05.27 / 08:27 wmot.org
    In Mexico, the race is on to save a small, gray porpoise that is on the brink of extinction. It's called the vaquita , which is Spanish for "small cow." Scientists believe only 30 remain in the warm, shallow waters of the Gulf of California, between Baja California's peninsula and mainland Mexico — the only place they live in the world. Twenty years ago, more than 600 vaquitas lived in the Gulf of California. In recent years, Mexico put forth an unprecedented and expensive effort to try a…
  6. Billionaire Slim eyeing electric taxi to reduce pollution in Mexico City

    English.vietnamnet.vn - World 05.27 / 06:13 english.vietnamnet.vn
     Giant Motors, an automaker partially owned by Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, is working on a prototype electric taxi to replace the gas-guzzling cabs polluting Mexico City's…
  7. Serrano hits walk-off single, Yucatan beats Mexico 3-2

    Billingsgazette.com - Baseball 05.27 / 05:01 billingsgazette.com
    YUCATAN, Mexico (AP) -- Pinch hitter Ricardo Serrano hit a walk-off single with two outs in the ninth inning, as the Leones de Yucatan topped the Diablos Rojos del Mexico 3-2 on…
  8. Mexico begins busy World Cup countdown with Coliseum friendly

    LATimes-MoneyCompany 05.27 / 04:48 latimes.com
    The Mexican national team’s road to next summer’s World Cup in Russia is a long one that will feature several stops along the way. The first of those comes Saturday at the Coliseum, where Mexico meets Croatia (5 p.m., FS1, Univision, UDN) in a friendly that kicks off a busy two months in whi…
  9. Mexico begins busy World Cup countdown with Coliseum friendly

    LATimes-Personal Finance 05.27 / 04:48 latimes.com
    The Mexican national team’s road to next summer’s World Cup in Russia is a long one that will feature several stops along the way. The first of those comes Saturday at the Coliseum, where Mexico meets Croatia (5 p.m., FS1, Univision, UDN) in a friendly that kicks off a busy two months in whi…
  10. Mexico begins busy World Cup countdown with Coliseum friendly

    LATimes-Tennis 05.27 / 04:47 latimes.com
    The Mexican national team’s road to next summer’s World Cup in Russia is a long one that will feature several stops along the way. The first of those comes Saturday at the Coliseum, where Mexico meets Croatia (5 p.m., FS1, Univision, UDN) in a friendly that kicks off a busy two months in whi…
  11. Mexico begins busy World Cup countdown with Coliseum friendly

    LATimes-Soccer 05.27 / 04:47 latimes.com
    The Mexican national team’s road to next summer’s World Cup in Russia is a long one that will feature several stops along the way. The first of those comes Saturday at the Coliseum, where Mexico meets Croatia (5 p.m., FS1, Univision, UDN) in a friendly that kicks off a busy two months in whi…
  12. Mexico begins busy World Cup countdown with Coliseum friendly

    LATimes-Golf 05.27 / 04:47 latimes.com
    The Mexican national team’s road to next summer’s World Cup in Russia is a long one that will feature several stops along the way. The first of those comes Saturday at the Coliseum, where Mexico meets Croatia (5 p.m., FS1, Univision, UDN) in a friendly that kicks off a busy two months in whi…
  13. Mexico begins busy World Cup countdown with Coliseum friendly

    LATimes-AutoRacing 05.27 / 04:47 latimes.com
    The Mexican national team’s road to next summer’s World Cup in Russia is a long one that will feature several stops along the way. The first of those comes Saturday at the Coliseum, where Mexico meets Croatia (5 p.m., FS1, Univision, UDN) in a friendly that kicks off a busy two months in whi…
  14. New Mexico woman wants great uncle’s remains from WWII returned home

    Krqe.com-NM 05.27 / 02:00 krqe.com
    A New Mexican woman said her great uncle has been missing since 1942 after being a part of the Bataan Death March. As we start Memorial Day…
  15. In Mexico, a last-ditch effort to save the vaquita, on the verge of extinction

    Scpr.org - California 05.27 / 01:58 scpr.org
    When the sun sets, the crew of the M/V Sam Simon takes to the deck to relax. The crew volunteers come from countries including France, Germany, Australia, the U.K. and Poland.; Credit: Carrie Kahn/NPR Carrie Kahn | NPRIn Mexico, the race is on to save a small, gray porpoise that is on the brink of extinction. It's called the vaquita, which is Spanish for "small cow." Scientists believe only 30 remain in the warm, shallow waters of the Gulf of California, between Baja California's…
  16. In Mexico, A Last-Ditch Effort To Save The Vaquita, On The Verge Of Extinction

    Wprl.org - Education 05.27 / 01:53 wprl.org
    In Mexico, the race is on to save a small, gray porpoise that is on the brink of extinction. It's called the vaquita , which is Spanish for "small cow." Scientists believe only 30 remain in the warm, shallow waters of the Gulf of California, between Baja California's peninsula and mainland Mexico — the only place they live in the world. Twenty years ago, more than 600 vaquitas lived in the Gulf of California. In recent years, Mexico put forth an unprecedented and expensive effort to try a…
  17. In Mexico, A Last-Ditch Effort To Save The Vaquita, On The Verge Of Extinction

    News.wsiu.org - Media 05.27 / 01:44 news.wsiu.org
    In Mexico, the race is on to save a small, gray porpoise that is on the brink of extinction. It's called the vaquita , which is Spanish for "small cow." Scientists believe only 30 remain in the warm, shallow waters of the Gulf of California, between Baja California's peninsula and mainland Mexico — the only place they live in the world. Twenty years ago, more than 600 vaquitas lived in the Gulf of California. In recent years, Mexico put forth an unprecedented and expensive effort to try a…
  18. In Mexico, A Last-Ditch Effort To Save The Vaquita, On The Verge Of Extinction

    Wrvo.org - Oswego 05.27 / 01:43 wrvo.org
    In Mexico, the race is on to save a small, gray porpoise that is on the brink of extinction. It's called the vaquita , which is Spanish for "small cow." Scientists believe only 30 remain in the warm, shallow waters of the Gulf of California, between Baja California's peninsula and mainland Mexico — the only place they live in the world. Twenty years ago, more than 600 vaquitas lived in the Gulf of California. In recent years, Mexico put forth an unprecedented and expensive effort to try a…
  19. In Mexico, A Last-Ditch Effort To Save The Vaquita, On The Verge Of Extinction

    News.wfsu.org - TALLAHASSEE 05.27 / 01:43 news.wfsu.org
    In Mexico, the race is on to save a small, gray porpoise that is on the brink of extinction. It's called the vaquita , which is Spanish for "small cow." Scientists believe only 30 remain in the warm, shallow waters of the Gulf of California, between Baja California's peninsula and mainland Mexico — the only place they live in the world. Twenty years ago, more than 600 vaquitas lived in the Gulf of California. In recent years, Mexico put forth an unprecedented and expensive effort to try a…
  20. In Mexico, A Last-Ditch Effort To Save The Vaquita, On The Verge Of Extinction

    In Mexico, the race is on to save a small, gray porpoise that is on the brink of extinction. It's called the vaquita , which is Spanish for "small cow." Scientists believe only 30 remain in the warm, shallow waters of the Gulf of California, between Baja California's peninsula and mainland Mexico — the only place they live in the world. Twenty years ago, more than 600 vaquitas lived in the Gulf of California. In recent years, Mexico put forth an unprecedented and expensive effort to try a…