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Mexican Authorities Dismantle Over a Dozen Kidnapping Gangs

Mexican police have rescued 70 captives and dismantled 14 gangs in the past three weeks, security officials said. continue reading »

Mexico’s Significant Presence at Paris’ Air Show

The governor of the Mexican state of Queretaro said Monday that he planned to discuss seven aviation investment projects worth $150 million with different companies during the 2013 Paris Air Show. continue reading »

Mexico City Catholic Church Collecting Guns to Help Reduce Violence

In the first five months of 2013, Mexico City authorities , have collected nearly 5,500 firearms. Though the number is small in comparison to the weapons that are illegally on the streets of Mexico City, it is in fact more weapons (5,433) that have been collected in the four previous years. continue reading »

Mexican Authorities Free 275, Including Children Forced to Live & Work Inside Tomoato Packing Plant

Police freed 275 people who were being forced to work at a tomato farm in San Gabriel, a city in the western Mexican state of Jalisco, prosecutors said. continue reading »

Primary through High School Education Now Mandatory in Mexico

All pre-university education is now compulsory in Mexico, the government said. continue reading »

We Have NO Leads Says Mexico on 11 Missing Young People

Investigators have no leads on the 11 young people who went missing late last month in Mexico City and cannot even confirm that the group was taken by force, Federal District Attorney Rodolfo Rios said. continue reading »

Chinese Visting Mexico Surges by 35 Percent

Chinese tourist arrivals to Mexico grew 35.1 percent in the first quarter of 2013 over they same period last year, the Tourism Secretariat said Tuesday. continue reading »

Mexican Actor Enrique “Juan del Diablo” Lizalde Dies at 76

Mexican actor Enrique Lizalde died Monday in this capital of unknown causes, the Mexican Arts and Cinematographic Sciences Academy, of AMACC, announced via the social media networks. He was 76. continue reading »

Hurricane Barbara Arrives in Southern Mexico - Two Deaths Reported

The eye of Hurricane Barbara made landfall Wednesday on the Pacific coast of the southern Mexican state of Chiapas and caused the death of a man in neighboring Oaxaca state, authorities said. continue reading »

Ancient Indigenous Camps Dating Back Thousands of Years Found in Mexico

Archaeologists discovered eight temporary camps in the Sierra del Mayor mountains, in the Mexican state of Baja California, that date from 400 to 7,000 years ago, the National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, said. continue reading »

Saturday Morning Surprise:  Mexico’s Popcatepetl Volcano Spews 1.5 Mile High Ash Columns

Scientists recorded two moderate explosions Saturday morning at Mexico's Popocatepetl that sent columns of gas and ash up to 2.5 kilometers (1.5 miles) above the crater, the National Disaster Prevention Center, or Cenapred, said. continue reading »

Two Suspected Car Thieves Lynched in Oaxaca, Mexico

Two suspected thieves were cornered and lynched in San Isidro la Reforma, a town in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, state prosecutors said Tuesday. continue reading »

Mexico’s Peña Nieto Unveils Massive Development Plan to Help 52 Million Living in Poverty

President Enrique Peña Nieto unveiled the National Development Plan, calling the project a "roadmap" that will allow Mexico's people and government to work "together toward a new stage in the country." continue reading »

Tarantula Tequila Plata

The Tarantula Tequila process employs only the finest yeast, classical ovens and copper stills. The Plata possesses a crisp distinctive taste of agave from Jalisco, Mexico. continue reading »

Señor Rio Tequila

Senior Rio Tequila has three offerings: Blanco, Reposado and Añejo, distributed in limited markets. The tequila is sourced from 100% blue agave and 80 proof. continue reading »

Mexican Waiters Implicated in Beating Death of Malcolm Shabazz

Two suspects have been arrested in Mexico City in connection with the killing last week of Malcolm Shabazz, the grandson of U.S. political activist Malcolm X, District Attorney Rodolfo Fernando Rios said. continue reading »

Mexican Authorities Make Arrests in Beating Death of Malcolm X Grandson

The Assocaited Press is reporting Mexican authorities have arrested two people in connection with the beating death of Malcolm X troubled grandson, Malcolm Shabazz. continue reading »

Mexico Gets Credit Upgrade by Fitch

This week the credit rating firm, Fitch upgraded Mexico’s credit rating from BBB to BBB+. The one notch increase in the country’s sovereign credit rating was given in great part for Mexico’s new President Enrqiue Peña Nieto’s bank reform efforts. continue reading »

Troubled Grandson of Malcolm X, Malcolm Shabazz Killed in Mexico During Robbery

The family of Malcom X’s 28-year-old grandson, Malcolm Shabazz will be traveling to Mexico City, Mexico to claim his body after he was killed in an apparent robbery in the capital city. continue reading »

Shooting at Governor’s Palace in Saltillo, Mexico Leaves 6 Injured

Five guards and a state employee were wounded when a subject opened fire Thursday outside the Governor's Palace in Saltillo, Mexico. Subject was arrested shortly afterward continue reading »