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Brexit would be serious risk to global economic growth - G7 leaders

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ISE-SHIMA, Japan A British exit from the European Union would be a serious risk to global economic growth, Group of Seven leaders said in a summit declaration on Friday, as Prime Minister David Cameron urged voters to "listen to our friends" on the impact of Brexit. | Video

Mexico and EU to start talks on updating trade deal in June 25 May 2016

MEXICO CITY Mexico's government said on Tuesday it will begin talks with the European Union next month to update a bilateral free trade agreement in force since 2000, opening the door to deeper economic ties between the two sides.

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Mexico defender Marquez slams new Liga MX foreigners rule 24 May 2016

MEXICO CITY Veteran Mexico defender Rafael Marquez has slammed a new Liga MX rule that will allow as many as 10 foreign players to turn out for each team next season.

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Mexico to extradite drug boss Guzman to U.S., won't face death penalty 20 May 2016

MEXICO CITY Mexico approved the extradition of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman to the United States on Friday after receiving guarantees he would not face the death penalty, and the kinkgpin's lawyers vowed to block the move. | Video

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Mexico shuns approach by U.S. lobby group seeking to work against Trump 17 May 2016

MEXICO CITY Mexico has rebuffed an approach from a U.S. lobbying group seeking a government endorsement for its efforts to counter Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, according to a Mexican official involved in the talks.

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FIFA finds it hard to give up five-star lifestyle 14 May 2016

MEXICO CITY A few steps from the entrance to Mexico City's imposing Presidente Hotel, where FIFA delegates are staying during this week's Congress, a boy of around 10-years-old sells tamarind balls covered in chilli powder from a cart for 10 Mexican pesos (0.38 pounds) each.

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Mexico says unhappy with Egypt's response to 2015 attack on tourists 13 May 2016

MEXICO CITY Mexico said that it was not satisfied with the Egyptian government's response to an aerial bombing in Egypt last year in which eight Mexican tourists wee killed.

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Shell shuts wells to Brutus platform after spill off Louisiana 12 May 2016

HOUSTON A 2,100-barrel oil spill in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico forced Royal Dutch Shell on Thursday to shut in all wells that flow to its Brutus platform, federal regulators said.

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Judge OKs U.S. extradition of Mexican drug boss 'El Chapo' Guzman 10 May 2016

MEXICO CITY A Mexican judge has ruled that drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman can be extradited to face charges in the United States, the country's federal court authority said on Monday, days after he was moved to a prison near the U.S. border.

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Mexican drug boss 'Chapo' moved to jail on U.S. border 08 May 2016

MEXICO CITY Mexican drug boss Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman was moved on Saturday from a jail in central Mexico to a prison in Ciudad Juarez on the U.S. border, a development that appears to bring him closer to extradition to the United States. | Video

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Hollande says won't let protesters choke economy as police clear fuel picket

PARIS French riot police removed picketers and barricades blocking access to a large fuel distribution depot as President Francois Hollande warned anti-reform protesters on Friday he would not let them strangle the economy. | Video