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By AAMER MADHANI, ROB GILLIES, and MARIA VERZA
November 18, 2021
WASHINGTON (AP) -- North America's leaders are reviving three-way summitry after a Trump-era break.As President Joe Biden, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador resume the tradition of the North America Leaders' Summit on Thursday, the three allies face deep differences on migration, climate and trade.
By MARÍA VERZA, CHRISTINA LARSON and VICTORIA MILKO
November 5, 2021
PROGRESO, Mexico (AP) -- When a rotten egg smell rises from the mangrove swamps of southeast Mexico, something is going well. It means that this key coastal habitat for blunting hurricane impacts has recovered and is capturing carbon dioxide -- the main ingredient of global warming.
October 21, 2021
MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Mexican experts said Thursday they have detected the ruins of almost 2,500 pre-Hispanic structures and 80 burial sites on just one-sixth of the route of the president's controversial "Maya Train" project on the Yucatan peninsula.
October 20, 2021
MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Drug cartels in Mexico are recruiting youths through contacts made on multiplayer online video games, officials said Wednesday. Ricardo Mejía, Mexico's assistant public safety secretary, said an apparent cartel recruiter had already bought bus tickets for three boys between the ages of 11 and 14.
October 20, 2021
MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Texas congressmen complained Tuesday about the Mexican government's attempts to limit competition in the electrical power sector. In a letter to U.S. Ambassador Ken Salzar, about 20 Texas congressmen and senators criticized changes proposed by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to restrict the market share of private power generators and favor Mexico's state-owned utility company.