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  1. GlobalPost: The Ghosts of El Diamante Ranch


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    July 10 2014, VERACRUZ, Mexico — At an abandoned ranch in Tres Valles called 'El Diamante,' the marines made a grim find: a grave containing the remains of at least 31 people. Only…

  2. Guardian: Mezcal - the mystical drink with its own culture and tradition


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    August 18 2014 - Mexico produces just 2m litres of mezcal a year – less than 1% of the production of the country's more famous agave-based liquor, tequila. But both in Mexico and beyond,…

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    • BBC: The priest who built a stadium in small-town Honduras


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      June 2014 - Juticalpa is an unlikely place for a football stadium. A dusty cattle-ranching town in the rural state of Olancho, it seems hard to believe there is an urgent need for a 20,000-capacity…

    • Fusion: Imagine Having to Learn to Ride a Bike on Mexico City’s Mean Streets


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      May 21st 2014 -Mexico City, infamous for its maddening traffic, is becoming an unlikely cycling hub. From blocked-off cycle lanes along main avenues, to fixies in every shade of neon you could ever…

    • BBC: Why Mexico's world-beating boys fail as World Cup men


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      There's a short list of favourites to win football's World Cup this year: Spain, Germany, Argentina and host-country Brazil. One team that's never mentioned is Mexico. It's…

    • MetropolisTV: First night out of prison in Mexico


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      September 22 2014 - Germán has nothing when he is released from prison. Even his family doesn’t know he is a free man. Luckily Father Francisco is there to help him, and offers him and…

    • NYT: Musical Tributes for Mexico’s Dead


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      April 3 2014 - In Iztapalapa, a violent Mexico City neighborhood, two musicians with a guitar and an accordion are hired to ease the strains of grief, celebrate the dead and remind mourners of more…

    • BBC: Mexico's mariachi academy run by American


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      March 24 2014 - Mariachi music has a reputation in Mexico and beyond for being a bit cheesy and something for the tourists. Musicians stand in plazas and flag down cars on the street, hoping to find…

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      • GlobalPost: Mexico's west was won - It took a village, and plenty of AK-47s


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        February 20th 2014 - The story of how vigilante militias took their western Mexican towns back from Knights Templar meth lords — for now. Produced, shot and edited for GlobalPost: http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/regions/americas/mexico/140219/michoacan-vigilante-militias-apatzingan-templar

      • Remembering Mike O'Connor


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        Mike O'Connor, who died Dec. 29, 2013, of an apparent heart attack, was a hard-charging advocate on behalf of reporters in one of the most dangerous countries to practice journalism - Mexico.…

      • BBC: Could Michoacán become a failed state?


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        Vigilantes battling a powerful drugs cartel in Mexico have taken control of some areas of the western Mexican state of Michoacán. But some people fear it could become a failed state. The…

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        • BBC: Mexican vigilantes clash with soldiers in Michoacan state


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          January 15th 2014 - Vigilantes in Mexico have clashed with soldiers deployed in the western state of Michoacan to disarm the groups, who last week launched an offensive against the Knights Templar…

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