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Israel Sends Aid to Mexico After Devastating Earthquake

The Times of Israel reports: Israel said it will dispatch aid to Mexico following a devastating earthquake that shook the center of the country, collapsing buildings and killing at least 149 people.

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Watch: 7.1 Earthquake Shakes Mexico City

Residents in Mexico City and other central regions of the country are assessing the damages left by a 7.1 earthquake that struck on the 32nd anniversary of the country’s deadliest quake to date.

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Death Toll Rises to 64 in Mexican Earthquake

The death toll in the Mexican earthquake rose to 64 as authorities continued their rescue effort in parts of central Mexico. The search to locate survivors or recover bodies continued two days after a massive 8.2 Richter scale earthquake shook multiple states including Mexico City.

Residents gather on a street in Mexico City on September 7, 2017, after an earthquake of magnitude 8.1 struck the south and was felt as far away as the capital

8.2 Earthquake Hits One of Mexico’s Poorest Regions

A powerful earthquake struck in one of the poorest regions in Mexico, spreading chaos throughout the central part of the country, including Mexico City. Preliminary information released by the government reports at least 30 deaths and 8.2 rating on the Richter scale.

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Cartel Gun Battles, Blockades Reach a ‘Safe’ Mexico City

Gun battles and cartel blockades finally reached Mexico City after authorities killed a local crime boss and a team of his top gunmen in one of the areas roughest suburbs. The violence came days after top government officials claimed that Mexico City is safe and that no cartels operate in the country’s capital.

USA's Michael Bradley (L) fights for the ball with Mexico's Oswaldo Alanis during their FIFA World Cup CONCACAF qualifier, in Mexico City, on June 11, 2017

Bradley’s Stunning Early Goal Helps U.S. to 1-1 Tie at Mexico

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Michael Bradley scored a stunning early goal from about 40 yards and the U.S. hung on for a 1-1 tie against Mexico in a World Cup qualifier on Sunday night, gaining only its third point at Azteca Stadium as coach Bruce Arena changed seven starters and used a five-man defense to overcome the thin air and short recovery time.

President Donald Trump, accompanied by Vice President Mike Pence, right, smiles as he takes the podium for a White House senior staff swearing in ceremony in the East Room of the White House, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017, in Washington. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

High Energy! President Donald Trump’s Big First Week

President Donald Trump begins his first week in office with a busy schedule of meetings and executive orders. The president will begin the week by hosting a breakfast for key business leaders, where he plans to listen to their advice

Houston Texans fans are seen in attendance prior to the game against the Oakland Raiders at Estadio Azteca on November 21, 2016 in Mexico City, Mexico

Raiders Fans in Mexico Chant Gay Slur at Texans on Monday Night Football

When American teams play in other countries the fans in those foreign lands customarily expose us to new and interesting expressions of celebration, support, song, and sometimes ridicule that involve harmless merriments such as vuvuzelas or chants of “Ole’.”

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Carr Helps Raiders Rally Past Texans 27-20 in Mexico City

Derek Carr woke up a struggling Oakland offense by throwing two touchdown passes in the fourth quarter as the Raiders capped a successful trip to Mexico with a 27-20 victory over the Houston Texans on Monday night.

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NFL Warns Houston Texans About Mexico City in Advance of Game at Estadio Azteca

When in a new and exciting place, vacationers put on their finery to venture out from the protective lair of their hotel, sample the local cuisine, and otherwise fully embrace the experience of interfacing with a different culture. The NFL told the Houston Texans to do just the opposite in advance of their Mexico City trip to play the Oakland Raiders on Monday Night Football.

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Prison Gangs with Cartel Ties Hang Corpses in Mexico City

Despite Mexico City’s enormous population and opportunities for criminal organizations, it has remained a relative neutral ground for drug cartels. But that image was shattered when drivers discovered a corpse hanging from a Mexico City bridge—a telltale sign that the capital’s peace may be about to shatter.