Woman arrested in assault of 91-year-old Mexican man who was told to 'go back to your country'

  1. Woman arrested in assault of 91-year-old Mexican man who was told to ‘go back to your country’  Washington Post
  2. Suspect Arrested In Alleged Racist Attack On Elderly Mexican Man  HuffPost
  3. Woman Arrested for Allegedly Beating Elderly Latino Man, Yelling ‘Go Back to Your Country’  Newsweek
  4. Arrest made in brutal beating of 92-year-old man  Los Angeles Times
  5. Woman Arrested in Beating of 92-Year-Old Man Who Was Struck With Concrete Brick  NBC Southern California
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Woman beats a 91-year-old Mexican man with a brick, tells him to 'go back to your country'

  1. Woman beats a 91-year-old Mexican man with a brick, tells him to ‘go back to your country’  Washington Post
  2. 92-Year-Old Latino Man Beaten with Brick Claims Attacker Shouted ‘Go Back to Your Own Country’  Newsweek
  3. Rodolfo Rodriguez: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know  Heavy.com
  4. Attackers Sought in Senseless Beating of 92-Year-Old Man  NBC Southern California
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Incoming Mexican president to seek negotiated peace in drug war

Incoming Mexican president to seek negotiated peace in drug warBy Diego Oré MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s transition team unveiled a plan on Friday to shake up the fight against crime, including reduced jail time but stiffer controls on weapons, as the country reels from a militarized drug war. The concept of “transitional justice” is part of the incoming government’s integral security strategy, Olga Sanchez, Lopez Obrador’s proposed interior minister, told Reuters in an interview before her team unveiled the plan. Transitional justice typically involves leniency for those who admit guilt, truth commissions to investigate atrocities and the granting of reparations for some victims.


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At least 24 die in series of explosions in Mexican fireworks workshops

At least 24 die in series of explosions in Mexican fireworks workshopsA series of explosions triggered inside buildings housing black market fireworks workshops have killed twenty-four people and injured at least 49 in Mexico. Four buildings were destroyed by the blasts in the town of Tulepec, 20 miles from Mexico City. The government of the state of Mexico said in a statement that eight people from Tultepec were killed, along with the six emergency personnel and two others who have not yet been identified.


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Mexican peso, stocks fall as leftist wins presidency

Mexican peso, stocks fall as leftist wins presidencyThe Mexican peso and stock market both fell Monday after the country elected the anti-establishment leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador as its next president. After the fiery candidate known as “AMLO” swept to a landslide victory, the Mexican stock market’s key index lost 2.12 percent, while the peso closed down 0.9 percent against the dollar. Lopez Obrador has promised radical change for Latin America’s second-largest economy — though he went to great lengths Sunday night to reassure his many critics in the business world that he would pursue market-friendly policies.


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