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Arizona Border Patrol Seizes 5,00 Rounds of Ammo Heading to Mexico

Thousands of rounds of ammunition headed for Mexico were seized Wednesday by Customs and Border Protection officers assigned to the Dennis DeConcini Port. continue reading »

Mexico’s Once-Fabled Resort Town of Acapulco is BROKE

The world famous Mexican Pacific resort city of Acapulco is broke and unable to deal with a debt load that is expected to hit 2.14 billion pesos ($162.1 million) by Dec. 31, a figure that is larger than the annual budget, municipal officials said. continue reading »

Spanish Business Says Officials Not Doing Enough to Find Son Kidnapped in Mexico

A Spanish businessman living in Mexico whose adult son was kidnapped nine months ago said authorities have not done enough to rescue him. "I located him three times and in none of (those cases) di continue reading »

Dutch Firm To Expand Mexican Shipping Port with $2 Billion Investment

Netherlands-based APM Terminals plans to invest $2 billion to expand the containers terminal of the Mexican Pacific port of Lazaro Cardenas, a project that will create 3,000 direct jobs, officials said. continue reading »

Thalia Helping Mexican Immigrants in New York After Hurricane Sandy

Mexican singer and actress Thalia took humanitarian aid and comfort Friday to compatriots in New York affected by Hurricane Sandy. "When I started seeing the destruction of Sandy I thought it was incredible, continue reading »

Mexican Gov’t to Charge 14 Cops in Attack on U.S. Agents in Embassy Vehicle

Fourteen federal police officers will be charged with attempted homicide for the Aug. 24 attack on a U.S. Embassy vehicle that left two American government security experts wounded, the Mexican Attorney General's Office said Friday. continue reading »

Caterpillar Begins Construction on Mexican Factory that Will Create 1,000 New Jobs

U.S. heavy equipment maker Caterpillar Inc. began construction Thursday on a $500 million factory in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon. continue reading »

Mexican President-elect Congratulates Obama

Mexican President Felipe Calderon and the man who will succeed him in a few weeks, Enrique Peña Nieto, on Wednesday congratulated Barack Obama on winning a second term as U.S. head of state and expressed confidence that the links between the two countries will continue to broaden and deepen. continue reading »

Archaelogists Find Floor Scorched by Ancient People Frightened by Eclipse

During the excavations in Pañhu, an archaeological zone in the municipality of Tecozautla, Hidalgo which will soon be open to the public, archaeologists found a burned stucco floor. continue reading »

Mexico’s President Calderon Inaugurates “Cycling Paradise” in Cozumel

President Felipe Calderon participated in a cycling event over the weekend in Cozumel and inaugurated a bicycle path on the Mexican Caribbean island's perimeter road. continue reading »

Liver Biopsy Confirms Mexican Icon Vicente Fernandez Does Not Have Cancer

Mexican singer Vicente Fernandez does not have cancer, according to the results of the biopsy performed on the lump removed last week from his liver, sources close to the artist told Efe on Monday. continue reading »

Mexico to Improve Country’s Neonatal Health Services with $350 Million Loan

Mexico will improve its maternal, neonatal and post-neonatal health services with a loan of up to $350 million from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB). continue reading »

Alleged Killer of Human Rights Activist Nepomuceno Moreno Arrested

A man suspected of being a close associate of Sinaloa drug cartel boss Joaquin "El Chapo" (Shorty) Guzman and wanted in connection with the murder of human rights activist Nepomuceno Moreno was arrested by the army, the Mexican Defense Secretariat said. continue reading »

6 Die Partaking in Holy Death Ceremony in Mexico

Six people were killed in northern Mexico while taking part in a Holy Death ceremony on the Day of the Dead, when millions of Mexicans pay homage to their late friends and relatives, prosecutors said. continue reading »

Korean Supervisor Attacks Worker in Mexican Factory, Government Responds

The Mexican government reproached a Korean supervisor at a plant in the central state of Queretaro and offered the victim all the support necessary. continue reading »

Mexico Needs to Invest $3 Billion in Telecommunications Infrastructure

Mexico's government must invest some 40 billion pesos ($3 billion) in telecommunications infrastructure to boost competition and spur investment by operators, the regulatory agency for the sector, Cofetel, said. continue reading »

Federal Police Apprehend Beltran Leyva Cartel Boss in Mexico

A suspected Beltran Leyva drug cartel boss who handled operations in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero was arrested by the Federal Police in Mexico City, the Public Safety Secretariat said Thursday. continue reading »

U.S. Citizen Jailed in Juarez Found Dead in Prison Bathroom

The body of a U.S. citizen arrested in Mexico late last month was found in his prison cell after he apparently died from blood loss. William Allen Smith, 37, was arrested for burglary on October 22. continue reading »

Apple Denied an Injunction in Mexico Against iFone

A judge has denied U.S. technology giant Apple an injunction that would have allowed it to continue selling iPhone-branded products in Mexico, ruling that the company iFone had the rights to that brand name earlier, an attorney for the Mexican firm told Efe. continue reading »

Mexican Authorities Arrest 9 Zetas Cartel Members, Seize 30 Grenade Launchers

Nine suspected members of the Los Zetas drug cartel were arrested in Saltillo, the capital of the northern state of Coahuila, by marines, the Mexican Navy Secretariat said Wednesday. continue reading »