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Mexico's poorest receiving less government funds under president who brought poor to the fore

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May 24, 2024

MEXICO CITY (AP) — President Andrés Manuel López Obrador swept into office nearly six years ago with a simple motto laying out his administration’s priorities: “For the good of all, first the poor.”

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He was the poetic voice of the Cuban Revolution, an inspiration for millions of Latin Americans living under dictatorships throughout the 1960s and 1970s who dreamt of the ideal Cuba that he — and his guitar — helped evoke

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US lawmakers call to add China's CATL, Gotion to import ban list, WSJ reports

Chinese battery companies CATL and Gotion High Tech should be added immediately to an import ban list, a group of Republican lawmakers said, alleging their supply chains use forced labor,

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Hunter Biden's daughter testifies at his criminal gun trial

Hunter Biden's daughter testified in her father's defense on Friday that he seemed to respond well to drug treatment in the weeks before he

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US lawmakers call to add China's CATL, Gotion to import ban list, WSJ reports

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Gaza aid through U.S. pier will resume in coming days, Israel says

Humanitarian aid entering Gaza by sea via a U.S.- built pier will resume in the coming days, the Israeli military said on Saturday, after repairs to the structure were completed.

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