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FT: Emerging markets luxury takes flight »

Reporting from the FT’s Business of Luxury summit in Mexico on the growing importance of emerging markets to the luxury sector and fashion companies’ strategies to tap growth.…

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AlJazeera: Police are promoting graffiti in Mexico City »

Police are searching for some of Mexico's most prominent graffiti artists, but their goal is not to stop them.Instead, the government wants their help to brighten up the capital's public…

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AJ+: 43 Students Are Still Missing In Mexico And People Are Angry »

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The mayor of Iguala and his wife, accused of orchestrating the disappearance of 43 Mexican students, have been arrested. But thousands of protesters are demanding further action. …

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MetropolisTV: Getting rid of tattoos for a new life in Mexico »

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How can you leave your gang-life behind after 20 years in prison? For Jose Reyes for Tjiana that wasn’t easy, especially because the judgement he got due to his facial gang-tattoos.…

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AJ+: In Mexico, Moms Seek Justice For Their Murdered Daughters »

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Silvia Banda Pedroza tells AJ+ about her search for justice for her daughter Fabiola, who was murdered in 2010…

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BBC: Families wait, Mexico protests, as mass grave findings analysed »

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BBC: Families wait, Mexico protests, as mass grave findings analysed from Deborah Bonello on Vimeo. Shot, produced and edited for the BBC by Deborah Bonello.…

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MetropolisTV: First night out of prison in Mexico »

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September 22 2014 – Germán has nothing when he is released from prison. Even his family doesn’t know he is a free man. Luckily Father Francisco is there to help him, and offers him and many other just released men from the Reclusorio Norte (jail)…

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Fusion: Is rape the price to pay for migrant women chasing the American Dream? »

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Before they can reach the American Dream, many migrant women have to survive a Mexican nightmare.…

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Guardian: Mezcal – the mystical drink with its own culture and tradition »

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August 18 2014 - Mexico produces just 2m litres of mezcal a year – less than 1% of the production of the country’s more famous agave-based liquor, tequila. But both in Mexico and beyond, mezcal is becoming more popular. Mexicans whose families are fourth or fifth…

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BBC: The ‘crying women’ at Mexico’s mass graves »

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July 17 2014, VERACRUZ – Elvira Gomez has spent eight months on a macabre pilgrimage, visiting mass graves and morgues in the search for her sons, Rodrigo and Juan. This video was shot, produced and edited by Deborah Bonello and Will Grant as part of…

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GlobalPost/NBC: These are the women helping child migrants as they make their way to the US »

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"Las Patronas" throw bags of food and bottles of water to the travelers who speed by on the train heading north to the US-Mexico border.…

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GlobalPost: The Ghosts of El Diamante Ranch »

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At an abandoned ranch in Tres Valles called 'El Diamante,' the marines made a grim find: a grave containing the remains of at least 31 people. Only eight have been identified so far. Five of them belonged to the family of Berta Diaz Torres.…

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Fusion: A Journey Into the Center of the Sex Slave Trade »

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June 2014 – Tucked in the hills of the smallest state in Mexico is a city called Tenancingo. A town of just ten thousand people, Tenancingo has thrived for the past half-century thanks to a lucrative family business. Grandfathers passed the trade down to fathers,…

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BBC: The priest who built a stadium in small-town Honduras »

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A Maltese priest wants to save the youth in a small Honduran town through football, and is building a massive football stadium to do the job. …

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CCTV: Mexico’s Tepito barrio supplies illegal arms trade, piracy and…..boxing. »

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CCTV Mexico correspondent John Holman explores Mexico City's Tepito neighbourhood. Ulises Escamilla Haro was the series producer.…

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AFP: Leftist candidate files case to overturn Mexican vote

Mexico's leftist presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador is filing a legal complaint with election officials…

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MRTV/ AFP: Mexico to recount presidential election votes

July 4th 2012 – Mexico’s Federal Electoral Institute has agreed to recount at least 50 percent of the ballots cast during last Sunday’s presidential elections following objections from left-wing candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obredor and protests…

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AFP: Pri Claims Victory in Mexico’s Presidential Election

Coverage from yesterday’s presidential election here in Mexico. And further phoners with France 24…

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Univision: Lured by narcos, Sinaloa’s schools try to get kids to say no

Mirna Cartagena knows all about regret. Now in her early thirties, she spent most of her twenties in jail after she was caught trying to transport cocaine and crystal meth across her home state of Sinaloa,…

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Univision: Javier Valdez is risking his life to report from El Chapo’s backyard

Telling the truth about the violence in Sinaloa is an especially dangerous profession. Even within Mexico, a country that now bears the ignominious title of being one of the most dangerous in the Americas for journalists,…

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Univision: Young angels in Juarez battle the city’s demons

February 6th 2012 – In Ciudad Juarez, the violence is a constant, human suffering a given, and trying to understand why the city has so many problems depends on who you ask. The people who live…

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MetropolisTV: Getting rid of tattoos for a new life in Mexico

How can you leave your gang-life behind after 20 years in prison? For Jose Reyes for Tjiana that wasn’t easy, especially because the judgement he got due to his facial gang-tattoos.…

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AJ+: Fighting Addiction With Mexico’s Patron Saint Of Lost Causes

Shot, produced and edited by Deborah Bonello for AJ+. Camera assistant Alan Hernandez. AJ+: Fighting Addiction With Mexico’s Patron Saint Of Lost Causes from Deborah Bonello on Vimeo.…

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Guardian: Mezcal – the mystical drink with its own culture and tradition

August 18 2014 - Mexico produces just 2m litres of mezcal a year – less than 1% of the production of the country’s more famous agave-based liquor, tequila. But both in Mexico and beyond, mezcal is becoming…

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AFP: Organized crime recruits migrants in Mexico

Mexico's drug cartels are increasingly recruiting undocumented Central American migrants to join their ranks, non-governmental groups say.…

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AFP: Mexico market turns trash into vegetables

AFP: Mexico market turns trash into vegetables from Deborah Bonello on Vimeo Saturday, July 6, 2013 By Deborah Bonello ,AFP MEXICO CITY — On a recent rainy Sunday morning in a Mexico City neighborhood, people lined…

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AFP: Mexico’s lucha against obesity

Obesity is a huge problem in Mexico. Diabetes is the country's biggest killer and around two thirds of the population is overweight. …

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