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

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 »

U.S. Attorney General Holder Set to Visit Mexico This Week

U.S. Attorney General Holder Set to Visit Mexico This Week

U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will travel to Mexico to discuss with that country's top law enforcement officials ways to "deepen" bilateral cooperation on judicial matters, the Justice Department announced Monday. continue reading »

Hooded Protesters Overtake Mexico’s UNAM President’s Office

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 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 »

Suspect in California Double Homicide Arrested in Mexico

Suspect in California Double Homicide Arrested in Mexico

U.S. Marshal Don O’Keefe is proud to announce the arrest of Pedro Medina-Castillon, who is wanted to stand trial in the Superior Court of California, Santa Clara County, for two counts of homicide. continue reading »

6 Bodies Discovered in SUV in Northern Mexico

6 Bodies Discovered in SUV in Northern Mexico

The bodies of six men were found inside an SUV near the industrial zone in Ahome, a city in the northwestern Mexican state of Sinaloa, police said. continue reading »

Pemex Brings Cogeneration Power Plant Online in Mexico

Pemex Brings Cogeneration Power Plant Online in Mexico

Mexican state oil monopoly Petroleos Mexicanos said it has brought a cogeneration power plant online in the southeastern state of Tabasco, a facility it says is the largest of its kind in Latin America. continue reading »

$341 Million Expansion Planned for Mexico’s Coca-Cola Bottler

$341 Million Expansion Planned for Mexico’s Coca-Cola Bottler

Mexico's Arca Continental, the second-largest Coca-Cola bottler in Latin America after Coca-Cola Femsa, announced that it plans to invest 4.2 billion pesos ($341 million) to drive t continue reading »

Anheuser-Busch Agrees to Divest Its Modelo Beer Business in U.S.

Anheuser-Busch Agrees to Divest Its Modelo Beer Business in U.S.

As part of a settlement agreement with the Department of Justice, Anheuser Busch (ABI) will divest itself of its Modelo beer business in the U.S. The U.S. District Court of Washington, D.C. must still approve the settlement agreement. continue reading »

Mexican Cabinet Member Accused of Being Corrupt

Mexican Cabinet Member Accused of Being Corrupt

Mexico's main opposition PAN on Thursday urged President Enrique Peña Nieto to dismiss a member of his Cabinet for allegedly planning to use public spending to benefit continue reading »

What’s Mexico Doing While Chipotle Celebrates Cinco de Mayo with Hand-Made Margaritas?

What’s Mexico Doing While Chipotle Celebrates Cinco de Mayo with Hand-Made Margaritas?

Mexican fast food chain Chipotle is adding their own celebratory touch to Cinco de Mayo by offering their customers hand-made margaritas. Starting on April 29th at some 900 Chipotle’s margaritas mixed with either Patron or Sauza tequila. continue reading »

Mexico Celebrates 300th Anniversary of Franciscan Friar

Mexico Celebrates 300th Anniversary of Franciscan Friar

The Franciscan missions of the Sierra Gorda of Queretaro are preparing to celebrate this year the tricentennial of the birth of their founder, Fray Junipero Serra, who enriched the region with architectural gems fusing Christian and indigenous art. continue reading »

MEXICO: Judge Orders Retired General Released from Prison

MEXICO: Judge Orders Retired General Released from Prison

A retired general arrested in May 2012 on drug charges has been ordered released from prison by a Mexican judge, judicial officials said. continue reading »

Marc Anthony, Ruben Blades to Headline International Salsa Festival

Marc Anthony, Ruben Blades to Headline International Salsa Festival

American Marc Anthony and Panamanian Ruben Blades will headline a Mexican salsa festival scheduled for May in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz, organizers said. continue reading »

Mexican Police Discover 14 Thoroughbreds at Illegal Drug Lab

Mexican Police Discover 14 Thoroughbreds at Illegal Drug Lab

Police found 14 thoroughbreds at an illegal drug lab in Guanajuato, a state in central Mexico, and arrested four suspects, including a person who may be a Canadian citizen, officials said. continue reading »