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Wastewater Ducts Burst into Giant Flames in CDMX’s Nezahualcóyotl

PULSE NEWS MEXICO A massive fire was recorded in a wastewater pipeline near Mexico City’s Periférico Río de Los Remedios, in the capital’s Nezahualcóyotl municipality, in the early hours of Thursday, Nov. 17. According to preliminary reports from municipal authorities, the fire started around 7:30 a.m. in a wastewater duct, but rapidly expanded across the area to six other drainage

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At Least 18 Dead in Tamaulipas Highway Crash

XINHUA At least 18 people were killed Saturday, Sept. 10, when a tanker truck carrying fuel collided with a bus, catching fire on a highway in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas, the state’s Attorney General’s Office reported. The bus belonged to the Castanuelas Tours Company and was traveling from the municipality of Huejutla when the accident occurred on Kilometer 67

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Families of Coahalia Miners Accept Government’s Delayed Rescue Plan

By KELIN DILLON On Monday, Aug. 29, the families of 10 Mexican miners – who have been trapped inside a flooded mine in Sabinas, Coahuila, without outside contact since Aug. 3 – accepted the Mexican government’s proposal to recover their relatives’ bodies though an up to 11-month-long excavation process and essentially accepting the miners’ lives as already lost. The National

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Who’s Really to Blame for the Sabinas Mine Tragedy?

OPINION By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS Ever since 10 coal miners in the northern Mexican state of Coahuila were trapped 60 meters underground in a flooded mine on Aug. 3, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) has been looking for a scapegoat to blame the tragedy on. From originally trying to pass the responsibility on to the miners themselves for not following

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