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Missing Young Mexican Photojournalist Found Dismembered in Saltillo, Mexico

The mutilated body of Daniel Alejandro Martinez, a photographer for Mexico's La Vanguardia newspaper, was found along with that of another young man in the northern city of Saltillo, the daily reported Thursday. continue reading »

Mexico’s ‘Traveling Mummies’ Finally Return Home to Guanajuanto Under Tight Security

In Mexico news, 36 mummies stolen mummies dubbed the "traveling mummies'" have safely made their return to their home in Guanajuato, in central Mexico. The mummies failed to be returned by a businessman paid to exhibit them in U.S. mueums continue reading »

Federal Court OK’s Offer for Merger Between Grupo Modelo and Anehuser-Busch

A U.S. federal judge has approved a settlement proposed by the Department of Justice in the merger between Mexico's Grupo Modelo and Belgium's Anheuser-Busch InBev, the companies said. continue reading »

Hooded Protesters Overtake Mexico’s UNAM President’s Office

A group of "people with their faces covered" occupied the office of the president of the National Autonomous University of Mexico, or UNAM, over the weekend to protest the expulsion of five students and make several other demands, officials of the Mexico City-based university said. continue reading »

Mexico News: 2,978 Telescopes Aimed at Moon Sets Guinness World Record

Mexico has another Guinness World Record, when it aimed 2,978 telescopes located throughout that country, at the moon. The initiative was in honor of International Year of Water Cooperation. continue reading »

Iconic Mexican Architect Pedro Ramirez Vazquez Dies at 94

One of the true greats in Mexican architecture has died at the age of 94 in Mexico City. Vazquez designed some of the Mexico’s most iconic structures that includes the Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Complejo Cultural Puebla Siglo XXI, and the Azteca Stadium continue reading »

Modern Tech to Be Used in Exploring Mexico’s Teotihuacan Ancient Site

In Mexico news, the ancient site of Teotihuacan will be further explored using modern technology. A robot will soon be exploring the inner workings of the tunnels in Teotihuacan thought to be some 2,000 years old. continue reading »

Investigative Piece on Wal-Mart in Mexico Wins Pulitzer Prize

The Pulitzer Prize foundation announced numerous winners in journalism and letters, drama and music categories. Amongst the winners was the investigative reporting team of David Barstow and Alejandra Xanic von Bertrab of the New York Times. continue reading »

Mexican Catholic Church: Cancun Playboy Casino Has to GO

The Mexican Catholic Church is offended, pissed and ready for a good fight against American lite-porn house Playboy. The Church, which views gambling as a place that “attracts criminal elements”, does not want one placed in front of its front door. continue reading »

Criminal Suspect Burnt and Lynched By Mob in Chiapas, Mexico

In Mexico news, an angry mob from the Tzotzil Indian community of Bechijtic sought justice for a robbery victim when they burnt, beat and lynched the criminal suspect. continue reading »

Mexico Says No to Emergency Contraception for Rape Victims

Women who are rape victims in Mexico lack any sure way to get the emergency contraception they have a right to, the Information Group on Reproductive Choice, or GIRE, said Monday. continue reading »

Mexico’s Economy Expected to Grow 4 Percent in 2014

The government is maintaining its forecast for 4 percent gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2014, based on the assumption that tax reforms are not implemented in Mexico, the Finance Secretariat said in a report to Congress. continue reading »

Arson Fires in San Luis Potosi Claims One Life and 25,000 Acres of Crops

Mexican authorities are reporting nearly 25,000 acres in the Huasteca Potosina region of San Luis Potosi have burned due to arson. The fires that started last week have killed one person and required 600 firefighters to contain them. continue reading »

Mexico’s Mexichem Acquires Assets of U.S. PolyOne for $250,000

Mexichem, one of Latin America's largest chemical and petrochemical companies, said it was acquiring all of U.S.-based PolyOne Corporation's vinyl dispersion, blending and suspension resin business. continue reading »

5 Die in Shootout in Los Mochis, Sinaloa

At least four civilians and a police officer died in a shootout and an attack Monday in Los Mochis, a city in northwestern Mexico, city officials said. continue reading »

Mexico’s Pronghorn Antelope Comes Back from Near Extinction

Mexico's nearly extinct pronghorn antelope has made a comeback in Mexico thanks in great part to the join efforts of several conservation organization. The pronghorn are being protected and nurtured in the El Vizcaino Biosphere Reserve. continue reading »

Mayor of Mexican City in Oaxaca Ambushed and Killed

In Mexico News, Oaxacan authorities are reporting the mayor of San Juan Mixtepec and a police officer were attacked and killed on Sunday morning as they were driving through the city. continue reading »