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The construction index   09 January 2017   Mexico   Americas  
<p>A Mexican-Spanish consortium has landed a US$4.2bn (&pound;3.4bn) contract to build the terminal for Mexico City&rsquo;s new airport.</p> <p>The consortium is led by FCC&rsquo;s majority shareholder Carlos Slim&rsquo;s Grupo Carso. As well as FCC, it also ...
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BBC NEWS   04 October 2016   Mexico   Americas  
<p>Ash and thick black smoke rose from the volcano, 300 miles (482km) west of Mexico City. A flow of lava could be seen pouring down its slopes.</p> <p>More than 350 villagers living in La Yerbabuena and La Becerrera at the foot of the mountain were moved ...
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The Daily Telegraph   07 September 2015   Mexico   Puebla  
<p>THEY were long believed to have been an urban legend.</p><p>But now, authorities have confirmed the existence of a series of ancient tunnels in Mexican colonial city of Puebla.</p><p>“In the urban narrative or urban legends there was word of the tunnels ...
Daily Mail   13 July 2015   Mexico   Colima  
<p>Colima Volcano, known as the Volcano of Fire, began erupting on Thursday and has become increasingly active<br />Explosions of incandescent material shot out as far as five miles and ash fell, prompting people to leave their homes<br />The Governor of Colima ...
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The Japan Times   06 March 2015   Mexico   Cancun  
<p>A wall of debris stretching about 30 miles (50 km) may be the remnants of a natural disaster that struck Mexico&rsquo;s Caribbean coast more than 1,000 years ago in an area where tourists now flock to beach resorts and ancient Maya ruins.</p>
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