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Daniel Becerril

In midst of pandemic, Mexicans resume searches for the disappeared

04 Sep 2020

NUEVO LEON, Mexico Using drones, shovels and picks, desperate Mexicans resumed searching for disappeared family members across remote parts of the country, restarting a torturous process that was largely halted when the COVID-19 pandemic hit in March.

'The watermelons will rot:' U.S. visa confusion in Mexico keeps out agriculture workers

31 Mar 2020

MONTERREY/CHICAGO It's watermelon season in Florida. But as the top U.S. watermelon-producing state prepares for harvest, many of the workers needed to collect the crop are stuck in Mexico, unable to secure visas. | Video

'The watermelons will rot:' U.S. visa confusion in Mexico keeps out agriculture workers

30 Mar 2020

MONTERREY/CHICAGO It’s watermelon season in Florida. But as the top U.S. watermelon-producing state prepares for harvest, many of the workers needed to collect the crop are stuck in Mexico, unable to secure visas. | Video

UPDATE 1-'The watermelons will rot:' U.S. visa confusion in Mexico keeps out agriculture workers

30 Mar 2020

MONTERREY/CHICAGO, March 30 It's watermelon season in Florida. But as the top U.S. watermelon-producing state prepares for harvest, many of the workers needed to collect the crop are stuck in Mexico, unable to secure visas.

'Break the silence' tortillas urge women to denounce abuse in Mexico

12 Mar 2020

NUEVO LAREDO Customers at the Esperanza tortilla factory in the northern Mexican city of Nuevo Laredo found their tortillas wrapped differently this month - in white paper with "break the silence" written in red, urging women to report abuse and seek help.

This caravan of migrants headed south to Mexico - for Christmas

27 Dec 2019

JALPAN DE SERRA, Mexico Poor Central American migrants who form caravans to fend off predatory gangs as they cross Mexico's interior en route to the United States have made global headlines and drawn the ire of President Donald Trump.

Police, dogs search notorious Mexican prison for clandestine graves

09 Oct 2019

MONTERREY, Mexico In the courtyard of a jail that was shuttered last week, a man wearing a surgical mask and gloves used an underground scanner to search the earth for hidden graves in what was for decades one of Mexico's most violent prisons.

Mexican families scour arid plains for graves of disappeared

24 Aug 2019

TORREON, Mexico Fifteen years after her daughter's disappearance, 55-year-old Silvia Ortiz spends day after day raking through arid scrubland in northern Mexico hoping to find her remains.

Building of new Mexico City airport suspended, but some works continue

04 Jan 2019

TEXCOCO, Mexico Some work continued on Thursday at a partly-built $13 billion Mexico City airport that the new president is scrapping, even after the government announced construction had been halted.

UPDATE 2-Building of new Mexico City airport suspended, but some works continue

04 Jan 2019

TEXCOCO, Mexico Jan 3 Some work continued on Thursday at a partly-built $13 billion Mexico City airport that the new president is scrapping, even after the government announced construction had been halted.

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