Mexico City

A young girl with her face painted as a "Catrina" takes part in a Day of the Dead celebration in Mexico City, Sunday, Oct. 25, 2015. The "Catrina," a figure of a skeleton wearing an elegant broad-brimmed hat was first done as a satirical engraving by artist Jose Guadalupe Posada sometime between 1910 and his death in 1913. (AP Photo/Esteban Felix)

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A young girl with her face painted as a “Catrina” takes part in a Day of the Dead celebration in Mexico City

Sex workers wear skeleton masks as they make an offering during a procession to remember their deceased colleagues in Mexico City...Sex workers wear skeleton masks, a traditional Mexican symbol representing the Day of the Dead, as they make an offering during a procession to remember their deceased colleagues, especially those who were violently murdered, in Mexico City October 27, 2014. The annual Day of the Dead is observed on November 1 and 2. REUTERS/Edgard Garrido (MEXICO - Tags: RELIGION SOCIETY)

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Sex workers wear skeleton masks, a traditional Mexican symbol representing the Day of the Dead, as they make an offering during a procession to remember their deceased colleagues, especially those who were violently murdered, in Mexico City. The annual Day of the Dead is observed on November 1 and 2. 

U.S. President Obama delivers speech in Mexico City...U.S. President Barack Obama delivers a speech at the Anthropology Museum during his visit to Mexico City May 3, 2013.   REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque   (MEXICO - Tags: POLITICS)

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US President Barack Obama delivers a speech at the Anthropology Museum during his visit to Mexico City on Friday.