Mexico City takes over collapse site for earthquake...

2018.03.14. 00:15
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MEXICO CITY (AP) - Mexico City is taking ownership of a lot where a seven-story office building collapsed in September's deadly earthquake, clearing the way... - Mexico City takes over collapse site for earthquake...
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