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Sale of Mexican Artifact Suspended in Austria

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF The auction of a Pre-Columbian archaeological artifact, which was slated to go on the block at Vienna’s Zacke Gallery on Friday, March 11, was suspended this week thanks to the intervention of the Mexican government, the Austrian Embassy in Mexico announced on Thursday, March 10. The item, a carved stone ballgame yoke presumably from

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AMLO Calls Austrian President Selfish, Anticultural

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS Not content to have offended Panama last week by having likened its foreign minister to the Spanish Inquisition for rejecting his proposed ambassador, disgraced university professor and accused sexual assailant Pedro Salmerón Sanginés, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador — always the diplomat (NOT) — insulted the government of Austria on Monday, Feb. 7, calling it “selfish”

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Who Are the ‘Willing’ in Central Europe?

By JACQUES GOODLOE     Special to Pulse News Mexico     The idea of an “axis of the willing against illegal migration” composed of Italy, Germany and Austria has been proposed by Sebastian Kurz, Austria’s right populist leader. He spoke about this with German Interior Minister Horst Seehofer, a Bavarian conservative who shares the Austrian chancellor’s views on tighter border controls. Kurz said fighting illegal

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