In a bid to break the Brexit deadlock, lawmakers in the UK Parliament have handed Theresa May another defeat. MPs are now expected to vote on a range of Brexit options, including "no deal" and a second referendum.
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Mexican President Manuel Lopez Obrador said "wounds are still open" from the Spanish conquest of Mexico in 1521.
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