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18.2 Million People Visited Mexico’s Archaeological and Cultural Treasures in 2011

Mexican archaeological sites, museums and historical monuments attracted more than 18.2 million visitors in 2011, the National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, said. continue reading »

Local Mexican Police Chief Gunned Down at Gas Station

Assailants gunned down a police chief in the central Mexican state of Morelos in an attack at a gas station, the state Attorney General's Office said in a statement. continue reading »

Mexican Border State of Coahuila Has 1,600 Open Missing Persons Cases

The government of the northern Mexican state of Coahuila said it has at least 1,600 open missing-persons cases, most of them involving organized crime. continue reading »

Los Aztecas Gang Members Arrested by Mexican Army

A leader and seven other members of the Los Aztecas gang, which is allied with the Juarez drug cartel, were arrested by Mexican army troops in Ciudad Juarez, located across the Rio Grande from El Paso, Texas, Defense Secretariat sources said on condition of anonymity. continue reading »

Public Safety Group Says Mexico Home of World’s Deadliest Cities

Five of the world's 10 deadliest cities in 2011 are in Mexico, though a Honduran metropolis leads the list, the Citizen Council for Public Safety and Criminal Justice said. continue reading »

Cop in Violent & Drug Plagued Ciudad Juarez Busy Issuing 6-Year Traffic Ticket for Toy Motorcycle?

The incident occurred on Dec. 27, when the boy, identified only as Gael, was riding his toy motorcycle in the gated subdivision where his family lives and collided with an SUV that had blown a stop sign continue reading »

Deadly Statistic:  47,000 Dead from Narco Wars in Mexico

A total of 12,903 people were killed in drug-related violence between January and September 2011 in Mexico, an increase of 11 percent with respect to the same period of 2010, bringing the drug war death toll since December 2006 to 47,515, the government said. continue reading »

Video of Mexican Businessman Beats Doorman for NOT Changing Tire- Goes Viral (VIDEO)

A video of a wealthy businessman beating a doorman at his luxury apartment building has sparked outrage in Mexico, where people have taken to social-networking sites to vent their anger. The attack occurred in July of last year but did not come to the public's attention until Tuesday, when the video of the incident went viral on YouTube. continue reading »

Journalist Gunned Down in Northern Mexico, Same Area Where 30 Oil Workers Went Missing

Raul Regulo Garza Quirino, a reporter for the La Ultima Palabra newspaper, was shot dead by several gunmen while driving in Cadereyta, a city in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon, police said. continue reading »

2,000 Year-Old Cave Paintings Found in Guanajuato, Mexico

Mexican archaeologists found some 3,000 cave paintings, some almost 2,000 years old, in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato, the National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, said. continue reading »

Companions Chain 71-Year-Old Man to Bed to Get Him to Stop Drinking

Municipal police freed a 71-year-old man, apparently an alcoholic, who had been chained to his bed in Mexicali, capital of the northwestern Mexican state of Baja continue reading »

Dying Man Ignored by People in Mexican Bank- Business Goes on as Usual

A 65-year-old man died from an apparent heart attack while standing in line in a Mexico City bank as other customers and most of the employees ignored what was happening, officials said. Julian Vives Leon, who was identified by his brother, died on Tuesday, the Federal District Attorney's Office said. continue reading »

Mexican Neurobiologist, Rene Drucker Colin, To Receive UNESCO Albert Einstein Medal in Science

A Mexican physiologist and neurobiologist renowned for his work on sleep has won a United Nations award honouring those who have helped to promote science, the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) announced today. continue reading »

Have the Remains of Missing Boater David Hartley Been Found in Mexico??

Professional fisherman, Alton James, is reported to have found skeletal remains on Falcon Lake, specifically on the Mexican side of this dual border lake. continue reading »

In Mexico 41 Children Disappear Every Day

In Mexico 41 children disappear every day. According to UNICEF, over the past 5 years over 75 000 children have gone missing, of whom about 20,000 are victims of traffickers. continue reading »

Remittances to Mexico up 9% in November, Valued at $1.77 Billion

Mexico received $1.77 billion in remittances in November, up 8.86 percent compared to the same month in 2010, the Bank of Mexico said Monday. continue reading »

Narco Blog: 14 Kidnapped from Rehab Facility then Bldg Set Ablaze

A heavily armed group entered an alcoholism rehab facility, located municipalities Temixco Cuernavaca, in Morelos state.Criminals who were wearing hoods entered the place and kidnapped a total of 14 of the men trying to recover from alcoholism. continue reading »

49 Kidnappings per day occurred in Mexico in 2011 up 32%

An average of 49 kidnappings per day occurred in Mexico in 2011, marking a significant increase from the prior year, the Council for Law and Human Rights, or CLDH, said. continue reading »

Mexican Hospital Welcomes Kids From both Sides of Border

Through the Hospital Infantil de las Californias, which she co-founded in 1994, Dr. Elizabeth G. Jones has helped thousands of children on both sides of the U.S.- continue reading »

Pope Details Visit to Mexico in March, Obama and Calderon Both to Receive Pontiff

the Holy Father will arrive at the Leon airport, Guanajuato, on the evening of Friday, March 23, 2012, and will be officially received by the President of the United States of Mexico, Felipe Calderon Hinojosa, by the Episcopal Conference and the Archbishop of Leon. continue reading »