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Last year, the Trump administration unveiled its goals for renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement, a deal that reshaped trade between Canada, Mexico and the United States. Lars Hagberg/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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U.S. And Mexico Reach Trade Deal; Trump Wants To Drop NAFTA Name

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Guadalajara approved legislation that allows sexual relations to take place in public. Its supporters say the measure will prompt the police to put more attention on combating crime. Jose Esteban Castro/Flickr hide caption

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Eve Clark, 10, and Maggie Berry, 17, help with chores at Vision Aire Farms. They are seen in the barn, adjacent to the milking parlor. Coburn Dukehart/Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism hide caption

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For Wisconsin's Dairy Farmers, Tariffs Could Reshape The Race For The Senate

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Red Cross workers and rescue workers carry an injured person on a stretcher as airline workers walk away from the site where an Aeromexico airliner crashed in a field near the airport in Durango, Mexico, on Tuesday. Red Cross Durango via AP hide caption

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Mexico City Mayor-elect Claudia Sheinbaum cast her vote in the capital city on July 1. She and many women won posts in local governments and legislatures across the country. Bernardo Montoya/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Meet Mexico City's First Elected Female Mayor

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A hotel employee prepares coconut husks for recycling into rope at the luxury Soneva Fushi island resort in the Maldives. It's just one of many initiatives the resort is taking to reduce food waste. Amal Jayasinghe/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Tourists eat fried insects, including locusts, bamboo worms, dragonfly larvae, silkworm chrysalises and more during a competition in Lijiang, China. For Westerners, eating insects means getting over the ick factor. VCG/Getty Images hide caption

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Andrés Manuel López Obrador won Mexico's presidential election and celebrated Sunday night with his supporters in Mexico City's Zócalo Square. Pedro Pardo/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Mexico's Next President Gets 'Respectful' Call From Trump After Huge Win

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Claudia Sheinbaum, the leading candidate for mayor of Mexico City and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the frontrunner for president, attend the final event of the 2018 campaign in Mexico City on Wednesday. "Just because I might look like a skinny scientist doesn't mean I'm not going to crack down on crime here. I will," she told a crowd recently. Manuel Velasquez/Getty Images hide caption

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In Mexico's Elections, Women Are Running In Unprecedented Numbers

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Police drive through Ciudad Nezahualcóyotl, Mexico state. Brett Gundlock/Boreal Collective hide caption

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Working The Night Shift For Mexico City's Bloody Crime Tabloids

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A hearse carrying the body of slain mayoral candidate Fernando Ángeles Juárez drives to a burial site last week in Ocampo, Mexico. Raul Tinoco/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The train known as "The Beast" passes by the Sagrada Familia shelter in Apizaco, Mexico. For many migrants, the train is the next step in their journey north. Alejandro Cegarra for NPR hide caption

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Migrants Are Stuck In Mexico With Violence Back Home And 'Zero Tolerance' In The U.S.

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Albino Quiroz Sandoval is seen at age 10 (bottom right) with relatives including his parents and brother. Now in his 70s, he has been missing for more than a year. Alejandra Rajal for NPR hide caption

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Last Year, A Retired Mexican Schoolteacher Vanished. His Family Still Seeks Answers

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