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People take part in the commemoration of International Women's Day in Mexico City on March 8. The national public security department's statistics show that more than 41 percent of women over the age of 15 have experienced some sort of sexual violence. Alfredo Estrella/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico's #MeToo Faces Backlash After Celebrities Air Accusations Of Rape And Assault

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Mexicali Resiste members chat outside their encampment in front of Baja California's government offices in Mexicali. From left to right, Alberto Salcido, Francisco Javier Trujillo, Mauricio Villa, Jesus Galaz Duarte and Jorge Benitez. Alex Zaragoza hide caption

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Presidential candidate and front-runner Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador delivers a speech during a rally in Guadalajara on Feb. 11. On Wednesday, he said of Cambridge Analytica: "Now that it's a worldwide scandal, people are finally paying attention." ULISES RUIZ/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In Mexico, Candidates Move Away From Cambridge Analytica

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Students sit in an open area after their school was evacuated in Veracruz, Mexico, on Friday, after a magnitude 7.2 earthquake. Later Friday, 13 people died after a helicopter surveying the damage near the epicenter crashed. Felix Marquez/AP hide caption

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Master guitar maker Arnulfo Rubio Orozco holds up his latest project. It's taken him a month to craft this guitar with pearl accents and wood from southern Mexico. Carrie Kahn/NPR hide caption

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A Town In Mexico Sees Guitar Sales Soar Thanks To The Movie 'Coco'

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Line workers sort freshly cut avocados at Frutas Finas packing plant in Tancitaro. Forty-five percent of the world's avocados come from Mexico. Eighty percent of avocados consumed in the U.S. come from Mexico, the majority from the small mountain town of Tancitaro. Carrie Kahn/NPR hide caption

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Blood Avocados No More: Mexican Farm Town Says It's Kicked Out Cartels

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Ocellated turkeys stand out for their bright blue heads and iridescent feathers. They're still around the Yucatan today. Wolfgang Kaehler/LightRocket via Getty Images hide caption

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Former Mexican President Vicente Fox spoke with NPR about his book, Let's Move On: Beyond Fear & False Prophets. The book highlights the North American Free Trade Agreement between the U.S., Mexico and Canada. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Former Mexican President To Trump: 'If You Want To Build A Wall, Waste Your Money'

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Spent bullet casings litter a road after authorities reported a gunbattle outside Mazatlan, Mexico, in July 2017, a year marked by the highest homicides in at least decades. Mario Rivera Alvarado/AP hide caption

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A Mexican soldier piles poppies for incineration near the town of Tlacotepec, in Guerrero state, Mexico. The army says it slashes and burns poppy when fields are too difficult to access by helicopter or when it wants to protect fruits and vegetables growing nearby. James Fredrick for NPR hide caption

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On The Hunt For Poppies In Mexico — America's Biggest Heroin Supplier

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Mexican journalist Javier Valdez lies on the street after he was shot dead in Sinaloa, Mexico, on May 15, 2017. The U.S. State Department is telling Americans to completely avoid five Mexican states because of rising crime and violence. FERNANDO BRITO/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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These are some of the books from the study. From left: The Cat That Eats Letters by Ge Jing. The Foolish Old Man Who Removed The Mountain by Cai Feng. The Jar of Happiness by Aisla Burrows. from left: Shandong Education Press; Shanghai people's Fine Arts Publishing House; Child's Play International. hide caption

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What's The Difference Between Children's Books In China And The U.S.?

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