A traditional instrument from Veracruz, Mexico has become the voice of immigration activism and community building in the US. And not just for activists, but for popular bands Las Cafeteras and JaroChicanos too.
There's giant, silvery, sea-monster like fish turning up on California beaches, and no one knows why. Meanwhile chocolate prices seem set to rise and China's pollution causes one city, Harbin, to close schools.
Social media has revolutionized the way many humans communicate. In Mexico, that means it's become one of the only ways residents can get information about drug cartel violence. But that has the government nervous.
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