"Potosí"

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'Planes spray the city at night': Covid-19 conspiracy theories in Mexico's motor town
In San Luis Potosí, cases of Covid-19 are rising, but not everyone is taking lockdown seriously, says local photographer Mauricio Palos

Mauricio Palos

22, May, 2020 @6:45 AM

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Bolivia election: Evo Morales's leftwing party celebrates stunning comeback
Exit polls for presidential election project win for Luis Arce as rival concedes defeat

Tom Phillips and Dan Collyns in La Paz

19, Oct, 2020 @4:13 PM

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'What's wrong with you Mexico?' Health workers attacked amid Covid-19 fears
Doctors and nurses have been assaulted in the street, thrown off buses and barred from their homes, accused of spreading coronavirus

Analy Nuño in Guadalajara

23, Apr, 2020 @10:00 AM

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Bolivia has been promised elections. But will they be fair? | Linda Farthing
There is little faith – especially among indigenous Bolivians – in the elections called by interim president Jeanine Áñez, says journalist and author Linda Farthing

Linda Farthing

02, Dec, 2019 @3:36 PM

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The real Diego Maradona comes to life in Mexico in captivating series | Ed Vulliamy
When the Argentina legend went to manage a Mexican second division side in drug- and gang-ravaged Culiacán, many feared the worst, but a revealing documentary shows him thriving

Ed Vulliamy

14, Nov, 2019 @11:16 AM

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Mexican photojournalist found dead after abduction by armed men
Edgar Esqueda’s body, showing signs of torture, found in San Luis Potosí; photographer had received threats from investigators over photos of shootout

David Agren in Mexico City

06, Oct, 2017 @5:10 PM

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‘Be very careful’: the dangers for Mexicans working legally on US farms
For Mexican farmworkers, seasonal employment in the US is an opportunity to earn more – but those who make the journey can be easily exploited by recruiters

Milli Legrain in Monterrey, Mexico

16, May, 2019 @1:37 PM

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After 400 years lost, 'cursed' novel of Spain's imperial age is finally published
Previous workers on Golden Age manuscript The Orphan’s Story died, leading to rumours of curse

Sam Jones in Madrid

02, Feb, 2018 @10:43 AM

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'There’s no other option’: the radical plan to move Mexico's government
A project to decongest Mexico City by moving government agencies to smaller cities has provoked mixed reactions – not least from workers facing relocation

Simon Schatzberg

02, Oct, 2018 @10:00 AM

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Xilitla, Mexico: where Day of the Dead meets carnival
Forget what you’ve seen in James Bond films, the best town for this November festival is Xilitla, amid the hills and waterfalls of the eastern Sierra Gorda

Megan Frye

31, Oct, 2017 @3:00 PM

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Bolivia's Afro king leads a long-neglected group stepping out of the shadows
King Julio I, who runs a grocery store in a jungle village, has no plans to celebrate his 10 years as monarch but he represents ‘what our Mother Africa left us’

Laurence Blair in Mururata

06, Dec, 2017 @7:30 AM

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'Just the beginning': Trump may disrupt 20-year boom for Mexico auto industry
Future suddenly uncertain for many Mexican auto workers after week in which sector was thrown into disarray and thousands of jobs were threatened

David Agren in Villa de Reyes

07, Jan, 2017 @8:00 AM

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