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Frank Jack Daniel

Guatemala amnesty would free war criminals, soldiers who held women as sex slaves

Mar 27 2019

GUATEMALA CITY Starting in 1982, during one of the darkest moments of Guatemala’s civil war, at least 11 Mayan Q’eqchi indigenous women were kidnapped, enslaved and raped over a period of six years at an army camp in the jungle.

RPT-How Pemex 'destroyed' $1 bln with erratic business choices

Feb 22 2019

MEXICO CITY, Feb 21 Mexico's state-oil company Pemex burned through $665 million at its fertilizer unit, ignored consultants and made high-risk investments with no discernible business strategy, according to a devastating government audit of its 2017 operations.

How Pemex 'destroyed' $1 billion with erratic business choices

Feb 21 2019

MEXICO CITY Mexico's state-oil company Pemex burned through $665 million at its fertilizer unit, ignored consultants and made high-risk investments with no discernible business strategy, according to a devastating government audit of its 2017 operations.

U.S. to start returning asylum seekers to Mexico on Friday

Jan 25 2019

MEXICO CITY/NEW YORK The U.S. government will return the first group of migrants seeking asylum in the United States to the Mexican border city of Tijuana on Friday, U.S. and Mexican officials said, marking the start of a major policy shift by the Trump administration. | Video

Mexico's new president throws down gauntlet to oil majors

Dec 05 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico's new president, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, said on Wednesday he would not cancel contracts issued to foreign and national oil companies by his predecessor but challenged them to pump oil quickly or no further oil fields would be offered.

Mexico's Lopez Obrador hails end to aloof politics, launches daily address

Dec 03 2018

MEXICO CITY In just 48 hours in office, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has stamped a marked change of style on Mexican politics, with hands-on policies and symbolic moves aimed at narrowing the gap between the government and the people.

Mexico says migrants have right to seek U.S. asylum, rejects closing border

Nov 28 2018

MEXICO CITY Central American migrants have a right to request asylum in the United States and Mexico has repeatedly refused U.S. requests to force them to seek refuge there instead, Mexican Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said on Wednesday.

Mexico's incoming government names ally from left to central bank

Nov 27 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico's incoming finance minister on Monday nominated left-leaning economist Gerardo Esquivel as central bank deputy governor, the second appointment to the board by the new government following an independent named in September.

UPDATE 1-Mexico's incoming government names ally from left to central bank

Nov 27 2018

MEXICO CITY, Nov 26 Mexico's incoming finance minister on Monday nominated left-leaning economist Gerardo Esquivel as central bank deputy governor, the second appointment to the board by the new government following an independent named in September.

Mexico's incoming government names ally from left to central bank

Nov 26 2018

MEXICO CITY, Nov 26 Mexico's incoming finance minister on Monday nominated left-leaning economist Gerardo Esquivel as central bank deputy governor, the second appointment to the board by the new government following an independent named in September.

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