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Thousands Protest Against Crime Surge in Cuernavaca, Mexico

Thousands of people took to the streets of Cuernavaca, the capital of Mexico's Morelos state, over the weekend to protest against the wave of violence in the region, officials said. continue reading »

General Motors Investing $691 Million to Expand Mexico Operations

The Mexican unit of U.S. automaker General Motors said it planned to invest $691 million to expand its operations in Guanajuato, San Luis Potosi and other Mexico states. continue reading »

Mexico Puts Restrictions on U.S. Pig Imports Due to Porcine Virus

Imports of live hogs from the United States have been restricted and inspectors are working to detect any cases of porcine epidemic diarrhea, or PED, in Mexico, the Agriculture Secretariat said. continue reading »

Mexican Amusement Park Offers “Fake” Crossing the Border Illegally Attraction

One of the more popular attraction at the Parque EcoAlberto in Hidalgo, Mexico does not involve spinning rides or loop-de-loops – it involves a faux illegal border crossing from Mexico to the U.S. continue reading »

Arrest Warrant Issued for Former Gov. of Tabasco, MX, $152 Million Missing

A judge in the Mexican state of Tabasco issued two arrest warrants for former Gov. Andres Granier on money laundering and fraud charges, the federal Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »

Grandson of Cantinflas Found Hanging in Mexico City Hotel

A grandson of Mexican actor Mario Moreno - "Cantinflas" - who has had drug addiction problems for years was found dead Monday. continue reading »

FBI Kept File on Mexican Author Carlos Fuentes, Labeled a Subversive

The FBI has just released documents under the Freedom of Information Act showing Mexican author Carlos Fuentes was a target of investigation for over two decades by U.S. authorities. continue reading »

Tropical Storm Barry Arrives in Mexico

Tropical Storm Barry is moving toward western Mexico after making landfall Thursday in the Gulf state of Veracruz, but no injuries have been reported, the national emergency management office said. continue reading »

FIRED:  Mexico’s Newly Hired Head of Missing Persons Bureau

The director of the Federal District's missing persons bureau is out in the wake of the disappearances of several young people from two bars in Mexico City, a Federal District Attorney's Office spokesman told Efe Tuesday. continue reading »

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 »

Chicago’s New Mexican Consul General Once Worked as Landscaper and Was Deported

Mexico's new consul general in Chicago said Monday that U.S. immigration reform is possible as a result of the new vision imposed by globalization, but he warned that, as in any negotiation, "nobody's going to win everything." 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 »

Mayoral Candidate in Chihuahua Found Murdered, Body Thrown on Road

The body of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, candidate for mayor of Guadalupe y Calvo, a city in the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua, was found on a dirt road, officials said. continue reading »

Mexican Gray Wolves, Nearly Extinct,  Born in Captivity in Sonora

Six Mexican gray wolves, a species on the brink of extinction, were born in a nature reserve in the northern state of Sonora, a state environmental official said. continue reading »

Another Brother of Singer Pablo Montero Killed in Torreon, Mexico

Another eerily similar tragedy has hit the Mexican actor and singer Pablo Montero – another brother brutally murdered in Torreon. 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 »

Mexican Prison Outbreak in Guerrero Leaves 2 Guards Dead

Two guards were killed by gunmen who assisted nine inmates in escaping from a prison in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero over the weekend, officials 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 »