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Beachgoers enjoy the shore in Mazatlan, Sinaloa state, Mexico on Sunday. Hurricane Willa, now a Category 5, is expected to land in the region late Tuesday or Wednesday. Daniel Slim/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Central American migrants walking to the U.S. start their day departing Ciudad Hidalgo, Mexico, on Sunday. Despite Mexican efforts to stop them at the border, thousands of Central American migrants resumed their advance toward the U.S. border early Sunday in southern Mexico. Moises Castillo/AP hide caption

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Thousands of migrants attempted to cross the border from Guatemala into Mexico this week. Many of the migrants have reportedly returned to their home countries of Honduras and Guatemala. Oliver de Ros/AP hide caption

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Honduran migrants walk toward Tecún Umán, a Guatemalan town along the Mexican border, as they leave Guatemala City on Thursday. Orlando Sierra/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Employees work on the assembly line of the Tiguan model at the Volkswagen car plant in Puebla, central Mexico, in March. The auto sector is a key focus of the newly revised North American Free Trade Agreement. Pedro Pardo/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A site in a Guadalajara cemetery last week, where the state wants to bury the bodies that are currently stacked up at the local morgue. Carrie Kahn/NPR hide caption

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Mexico's Morgues Are Overflowing As Its Murder Rate Rises

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A memorial to the nine people killed when unit 1C at the Multifamiliar Tlalpan housing complex collapsed, one month after the magnitude 7.1 quake. Rebecca Blackwell/AP hide caption

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A Year After Deadly Mexico Quake, Corruption, Negligence And Forgotten Victims Remain

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At the end of practice at the Xochikalli cultural center in Mexico City, ulama ballgame players perform a brief dedication to Aztec gods. James Fredrick for NPR hide caption

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An Ancient Ballgame Makes A Comeback In Mexico

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A large crack cuts through this Mexico City street. Half of the street is lower than the other half, one of many signs this metropolis is sinking. Carrie Kahn/NPR hide caption

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Mexico City Keeps Sinking As Its Water Supply Wastes Away

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A performance at the Metropolitan Theatrical awards in Mexico City. Gilda Villareal hide caption

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Foreign Actors On Mexico's Theater Stage Stir Resentment Behind The Scenes

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Mexican investigators found 200 garments at an undisclosed grave in the Gulf Coast state of Veracruz. The bodies were buried at least two years ago, Attorney General Jorge Winckler said Thursday. Veracruz State Prosecutor's Office /AP hide caption

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