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Mexico, China Wish to Speed Up Tequila Export Authorizations

Mexico, China Wish to Speed Up Tequila Export Authorizations

The Mexican and Chinese governments have formed a group tasked with speeding up authorization for exports of Mexican tequila to the Asian nation, officials here said Thursday. continue reading »

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

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 »

Veracruz Bans Bullfighting, Dog Fights, Cockfights

Veracruz Bans Bullfighting, Dog Fights, Cockfights

The government of the Mexican Gulf city of Veracruz has banned bullfighting and all other shows featuring animals, officials said Wednesday. continue reading »

Another Brother of Singer Pablo Montero Killed in Torreon, Mexico

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 Sees 6.6% Rise in Foreign Tourist Revenue in First Quarter of 2013

Mexico Sees 6.6% Rise in Foreign Tourist Revenue in First Quarter of 2013

Foreign exchange revenues from international tourists rose 6.6 percent in the January-April period, compared to the first four months of 2012, the Mexican Tourism Secretariat said. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Drug Trafficker “El Indio” Captured by Weakness for Women and Football

Blog del Narco: Drug Trafficker “El Indio” Captured by Weakness for Women and Football

The weakness of Torres El Indio for soccer and sexy women cost him his freedom. El Indio, one of the most wanted, was captured with his girlfriend when they headed to a football match at Maracana Stadium in Brazil continue reading »

Mexico City Catholic Church Collecting Guns to Help Reduce Violence

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

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 »

Mexican Police Detain 6 Suspects for Deaths of 13 Women

Mexican Police Detain 6 Suspects for Deaths of 13 Women

Six gang members were arrested in connection with the murders of 13 women between 2009 and 2011 in northern Mexico, the Chihuahua state Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »

Can a Cat Run for Office in Mexico? Meet Candigato Morris

Can a Cat Run for Office in Mexico? Meet Candigato Morris

If social media determined political races, a cat would likely be the next mayor of Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico. Frustrated with the lack of what they considered suitable candidates, two Xalapa residents known only as Sergio and Daniel created a candidate of their own - Candigato Morris, continue reading »

Cuba Tourism Industry to Promote Offerings in Mexico

Cuba Tourism Industry to Promote Offerings in Mexico

Cuban tourism industry representatives plan a June 16-23 swing through several Mexican cities to promote the "Autentica Cuba" campaign, the Tourism Ministry said. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: 10 & 11 Year olds  Hold Families Hostage in Veracruz

Blog del Narco: 10 & 11 Year olds Hold Families Hostage in Veracruz

Two minors held several families terrified and threatened to kidnap them if they did not deliver 30 thousand pesos($2300) in cash. The city police director, Rosendo Mendez Córdoba, reported that 10 and 11 years old boys, used the landline of their grandparents house, to make extortion calls. continue reading »

President Enrique Peña Nieto Signs Telecom Reform Measure in Mexico

President Enrique Peña Nieto Signs Telecom Reform Measure in Mexico

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto has signed a constitutional reform measure aimed at promoting competition in the telecommunications industry and strengthening freedom of expression and other rights. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Authorities Find Heads of Missing Mexico State Police in Cooler

Blog del Narco: Authorities Find Heads of Missing Mexico State Police in Cooler

Police found the heads of an active duty officer and a former law enforcement agent in a cooler Tuesday near Ahome, a city in the northwestern Mexican state of Sinaloa, officials said. continue reading »

Primary through High School Education Now Mandatory in Mexico

Primary through High School Education Now Mandatory in Mexico

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