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“In a bid to strengthen bilateral ties, high-ranking NASA officials Bill Nelson and Pamela Melroy visited Mexico this week. Their agenda included meetings with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador, students and researchers.”

MND Staff

What did AMLO and the head of NASA talk about?
NASA seeks to increase collaboration with Mexico on environmental issues such as deforestation, water resources and natural disasters.
What did AMLO and the head of NASA talk about?
NASA seeks to increase collaboration with Mexico on environmental issues such as deforestation, water resources and natural disasters.

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1 Min Read Round-Up:

Got 1 min? Animals beat the heat with paletas in Mérida zoo
The “El Centenario” zoo in Mérida is using popsicles – of all flavors – to help the resident animals cool down.
Got 1 min? Animals beat the heat with paletas in Mérida zoo
The “El Centenario” zoo in Mérida is using popsicles – of all flavors – to help the resident animals cool down.
Got 1 min? Oaxaca state police embroiled in music video controversy
Three high-ranking police officials have been suspended since the music video by singer Pablo del Ángel or “El Oaxaco” went viral.
Got 1 min? Oaxaca state police embroiled in music video controversy
Three high-ranking police officials have been suspended since the music video by singer Pablo del Ángel or “El Oaxaco” went viral.
Got 1 min? CDMX cops bust crime ring, seizing drugs, fake bills and…a monkey
In a security operation that led to 61 arrests this past weekend, Mexico City police found drugs, weapons, altars to Santa Muerte and an exotic primate.
Got 1 min? CDMX cops bust crime ring, seizing drugs, fake bills and…a monkey
In a security operation that led to 61 arrests this past weekend, Mexico City police found drugs, weapons, altars to Santa Muerte and an exotic primate.
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Swimming in the depths of a cenote | Photo from @malekbeeprod

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