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Orphaned Elephants from Namibia Make it to New Home in Mexico

A group of 9 elephants from Namibia are enjoying their new home in Mexico. The African elephants were orphans after their parents were killed by ivory hunters and range in age from 4 to 9. continue reading »

Mexico Watching Venus Transit 2012 Just Like Mayans Did

Mexico City is not only one of the best places to watch the Venus transit of 2012 and it also one of the most historic. The Mayans, according to historians, are said to have recorded the transits of 1153 and 1275 on wall paintings and in their calendar. continue reading »

Bus Accident in Chihuhua, Mexico Leaves 11 Dead, 13 Injured

Eleven people died and 13 others were injured in a bus accident on a highway in the northern Mexican border state of Chihuahua, officials said Monday. continue reading »

Mexican State Radiologist Charged with Rape for Multiple Marriage to Girls Under 15-years-old

Mexican authorities in the state of Quintana Roo have arrested the state’s radiologist, David Nestor Quijano Muñoz, on charges of rape and child pornography, thanks in great part to his three marriage to girls less than 15-years old. continue reading »

Severe and Permanent Drought Predicted for Mexico and Parts of Central America

According to a 2011 study, if current warming trends continue, Mexico and many sections of the United States as well as the majority of Central America could face severe and permanent drought conditions in the future. continue reading »

Mexican Bus Passengers Kill One Would Be Robber and Injure Another

A group of bus passengers overpowered two would-be robbers, beating one to death and leaving the other badly injured, Mexican police said Thursday. The incident took place before dawn on the highway linking the northern cities of Monterrey and Durango. continue reading »

Santa Muerte Cult Members Charged with Murders of Boys, Woman

Eight people have been formally charged for the horrific murders of two young boys and a woman. Mexican prosecutors say the suspects claimed they killed two 10-year-old boys and a 55-year-old as offerings to Santa Muerte continue reading »

Activists Plan to Protest Carlos Slim’s Honorary Degree from George Washington University

Nearly 1,000 Latino leaders, students, community activists and others from across the U.S. will come to the National Mall in Washington DC this Sunday, May 20th, 2012 to protest the presentation of Carlos Slim continue reading »

Charges Against Mexico’s Student Protesters in Michoacan Dropped

The government of the western Mexican state of Michoacan has dropped charges against 10 Michoacan University of San Nicolas de Hidalgo, or UMSNH, students arrested April 28 after protests that r continue reading »

Mexican Journalists Under Siege, 7 Attacks in 4 Days

Seven journalists and media outlets have been attacked in Mexico in the past few days, with officials or people linked to politicians possibly involved in three of the incidents, the Foundation for Freedom of Expression, or Fundalex, said. continue reading »

Popocatepetl Volcano Continues to Rumble and Spew Ash a Mile High

Popcatepetl Volcano is known in Mexico by its Spanish name Volcån Popocatépetl which means the Smoking Mountain and today the volcano is being true to its name. continue reading »

Murders in Juarez Leave Strewn Body Parts and State Prosecutor Dead

Murders in Juarez left a Chihuahua General Attorney prosecutor and her son dead while in an unrelated incident body parts were found strewn in a local parking lot. continue reading »

Ultimate Hikers Begin Trek from Mexico to Canada

Hikers have set out to tackle the multi country, 2,650 mile hike beginning in the small border town of Campo, Mexico and ending many months later in Canada. The hike, taking several months to complete by only a select few that begin it, takes its travelers along the famous Pacific Crest Trail. continue reading »

Mexican Attorney General’s Office to Put Up $1.23 Billion to Solve Kidnappings

The Mexican Attorney General's Office said Friday that it is prepared to pay up to 16.5 billion pesos ($1.23 billion) in rewards for information leading to the rescue of 11 kidnapping victims and the arrests of their captors. continue reading »

Students Take Over University of Michoacán

Members of the 'Coordinator of Struggling University Students' organization or CUL took over University of Michoacan campus facilities as well as the San Nicolás de Hidalgo preparatory school. The take over is in protest to the detention order issued to the ten students allegedly involved in the burning of officials vehicles. continue reading »

Mexican 6th-Graders Make Porno in School

According to police, a group of six-graders in Mexico reportedly filmed a pornographic movie at their school during a recess in late April. The teacher whose classroom was used was not in the video, continue reading »

Endangered Mexican Wolves Born at New York Conservation Center

New York's Wolf Conservation Center has some new residents - eight pups of the endangered Mexican gray wolf species, which join the 16 already living in a reserve dedicated to preserving these canines from extinction. continue reading »

Female Candidate in Mexico Bares Some Skin in Campaign Posters

A female candidate of the leftist Party of the Democratic Revolution, or PRD, posed semi-nude for posters in her "provocative" campaign for a seat in Mexico's lower house. continue reading »

Mercedes-Crashing Playboy Model Makes Appearance at Mexico’s First Presidential Debate

A Playboy model who worked as a production assistant at Mexico's first presidential debate over the weekend is at the heart of a controversy Monday, with even some of the presidential candidates weighing in. continue reading »

Mana Gets Panties Thrown at Them? Or Tapatio?

Maná, the popular rock band that originates from Mexico, were in Los Angeles to see the Coldplay concert when they were caught by a TMZ reporter who asked a racist question. continue reading »