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Mexico: Archaeologists Discover 27 Human Burials from Pre-Hispanic Era - The finding of 47 human burials from the XVI century in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo has revealed the last moments of the pre-hispanic era of this ancient Mayan settlement on the country’s east coast continue reading »
Mexico's Quintana Roo state is trying to get more Europeans to visit the islands of Mujeres, Holbox, Cozumel and Contoy, destinations that are not as well known as the Riviera Maya or Cancun but offer more natural attractions, the Caribbean state's governor, Roberto Borge Angulo, said Tuesday. continue reading »
A pre-Columbian market, dances and offerings to the goddess Ixchel were the first events of the Sacred Maya Crossing, a tradition restored several years ago that is the first big event of the Maya year celebrations in Mexico. continue reading »
Mexico once again has a teen-narco killer on its hands, known by the nickname of “El Gallito” or “The Little Rooster”, who is alleged to have run a drug gang and have murdered two female underlings of his. continue reading »
The name Carlos Bibiano Villa Castillo may not be familiar to many outside of Mexico, but the retired Mexican army general, and new ¬head of coast state Quintana Roo’s department of public security is the great nephew of the revolutionary leader Pancho Villa. continue reading »
Authorities found three industrial bins containing human remains, on a farm in the of town Leona Vicario, near Cancun Quintana Roo. continue reading »
El Ejército mexicano arrestó a José Ángel Fernández de Lara Díaz, alias "El Pelón", quien dirigía las actividades del cártel de Los Zetas en el estado de Quintana Roo, con base de operaciones en Cancún, en el Caribe, informaron el domingo fuentes oficiales. continue reading »