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Whoops and sighs in Mexico's Roma district for Cuaron's Oscars

Feb 25 2019

MEXICO CITY Cheers echoed through Mexico City's Roma district when the eponymous film by Alfonso Cuaron won three Oscars on Sunday, but revelers let out a disappointed sigh when best actress didn't go to the indigenous star of the ode to 1970s life in the capital. | Video

Whoops and sighs in Mexico's Roma district for Cuaron's Oscars

Feb 25 2019

MEXICO CITY Cheers echoed through Mexico City's Roma district when the eponymous film by Alfonso Cuaron won three Oscars on Sunday, but revellers let out a disappointed sigh when best actress didn't go to the indigenous star of the ode to 1970s life in the capital. | Video

Whoops and sighs in Mexico's Roma district for Cuaron's Oscars

Feb 25 2019

MEXICO CITY Cheers echoed through Mexico City's Roma district when the eponymous film by Alfonso Cuaron won three Oscars on Sunday, but revelers let out a disappointed sigh when best actress didn't go to the indigenous star of the ode to 1970s life in the capital. | Video

UPDATE 1-Whoops and sighs in Mexico's Roma district for Cuaron's Oscars

Feb 24 2019

MEXICO CITY, Feb 24 Cheers echoed through Mexico City's Roma district when the eponymous film by Alfonso Cuaron won three Oscars on Sunday, but revelers let out a disappointed sigh when best actress didn't go to the indigenous star of the ode to 1970s life in the capital.

Street party in Mexico City's Roma district for Cuaron's Oscars

Feb 24 2019

MEXICO CITY, Feb 24 Whoops and applause echoed through Mexico City's Roma district when the eponymous film by Alfonso Cuaron picked up two early Oscars on Sunday, locals returning the love shown in the black-and-white ode to the director's childhood home.

A second Mexican cabinet minister's U.S. condo comes under scrutiny

Feb 11 2019

MEXICO CITY A Mexican cabinet minister who was forced to explain on Monday why he had not disclosed a condominium in the United States on his estate declaration last year said that he had transferred the property to his son before taking office.

As U.S. starts deportations, asylum-seekers face perils in Mexico

Feb 01 2019

REYNOSA, Mexico Central Americans who fled violence for refuge in the United States risk kidnapping or death under a new U.S. plan to deport them to murderous and cartel-wracked Mexican border cities while their asylum cases are processed.

U.S. set to send first group of asylum seekers back to Mexico

Jan 25 2019

TIJUANA/MEXICO CITY, Mexico The United States was expected to send a first group of 20 Central American asylum seekers back to Mexico through the border city of Tijuana on Friday as part of President Donald Trump's hardening of longstanding U.S. immigration policy.

Grisly Mexican gang battle near U.S. border leaves 21 dead

Jan 10 2019

REYNOSA, Mexico The charred remains of 21 people killed in a suspected gang battle have been found in a Mexican border town, just over the river from where U.S. President Donald Trump was seeking to win support on Thursday for his plan to build a border wall.

Terror of gang violence drives migrant caravans northward

Nov 21 2018

PUERTO CORTES PRISON, Honduras/MEXICO CITY Former Honduran policeman Ivan says he moved homes so many times to escape the street gangs that terrorize his Central American country that he lost count. Fearful his sons would have to join the gangs or be killed, he eventually joined thousands of Hondurans fleeing to the United States.

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