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Navigating Mexico: The Perpetual Marijuana Fest outside the Senate

By JUAN DE JESÚS BREENE An interesting dichotomy has been going on in Mexico since the summer of 2020 at the intersection of Mexico City’s two most prominent avenues: Reforma and Insurgentes. The large white building on that corner is the Mexican Senate, both the symbol and space to deliberate and pass laws that take into account the common good

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Mexico Holds Central Asian Tourists in Airport for a Month

By KELIN DILLON A total of five families from the Central Asian countries of Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan have reportedly been held at the Cancun airport’s immigration for more than a month, with officials demanding $3,000 per person for their release. After officials suspected their passports and travel documentation were falsified, the immigration officers then reportedly claimed the families were lying

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