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Police Impound Mexican Soccer Club’s Bus Over Tax Dispute

Police Impound Mexican Soccer Club’s Bus Over Tax Dispute

Mexican authorities impounded a bus and some office furniture belonging to Atlas soccer club in connection with a tax dispute, the team's management said Friday. continue reading »

Secretary of State Nominee John Kerry Vows to Strengthen Ties with Mexico

Secretary of State Nominee John Kerry Vows to Strengthen Ties with Mexico

Secretary of State nominee, Senator John Kerry, has vowed to strengthen ties with Mexico and assist in that country’s war on drugs. Kerry made his comments on Mexico during his confirmation hearings yesterday. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Another Woman Attempts to Smuggle Drugs into US in her “Lady Purse”

LATINO BLOTTER: Another Woman Attempts to Smuggle Drugs into US in her “Lady Purse”

Customs and Border Protection agents at the U.S.-Mexico Border say they arrested a woman attempting to cross into the U.S. with drugs hidden in her vaginal cavity. continue reading »

110-Million-Year-Old Fish Species Found in Mexico

110-Million-Year-Old Fish Species Found in Mexico

Mexican scientists have discovered fossils of two fish species that lived some 110 million years ago during the Cretaceous period in what is today the southeastern state of Chiapas, officials said continue reading »

Coca-Cola FEMSA Acquires 51 Percent of Bottler in the Philippines

Coca-Cola FEMSA Acquires 51 Percent of Bottler in the Philippines

Mexico's Coca-Cola FEMSA said it has finalized the acquisition of a 51 percent stake in Coca-Cola Bottlers Philippines from The Coca-Cola Company for $688.5 million. continue reading »

San Diego Museum of Art Featuring Work of Mexican Artist Marianela de la Hoz

San Diego Museum of Art Featuring Work of Mexican Artist Marianela de la Hoz

Marianela de la Hoz was born in Mexico City and has lived in San Diego for the last 10 years. According to the museum, her detailed painting technique is informed by Surrealism continue reading »

Wealthy Businessman Shoots Brother in Mexico

Wealthy Businessman Shoots Brother in Mexico

Mexican businessman Javier Garza Lagüera suffered minor injuries Thursday when his brother Ricardo shot him at the victim's home in suburban Monterrey, a source in the Nuevo Leon state Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Man Executed in Streets of Oaxaca

Blog del Narco: Man Executed in Streets of Oaxaca

Alberto Vasquez Guerra, known as the "Tequin", 38 years old, was executed yesterday afternoon a few meters from his home. This was announced the Attorney General in the State. The attack happened on Melchor Ocampo Avenue, between Liberty Street and Constitution of the Seventh Section of Juchitán. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Cartel Members Held in Murder and Dismemberment of Six

Blog del Narco: Cartel Members Held in Murder and Dismemberment of Six

Body parts found stuffed into plastic bags in the central Mexican state of Mexico belonged to six different victims, authorities said. Police arrested 11 people in connection with the killings, the state's public safety secretary, Salvador Neme Sastre, told a press conference in Toluca, the state capital. continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Juarez Man Kills Neighbor’s Dogs to Cook Them

LATINO BLOTTER: Juarez Man Kills Neighbor’s Dogs to Cook Them

A man in Mexico was arrested Tuesday for allegedly killing and barbecuing his neighbor’s dogs. According to Juarez police, they were called about a fight in the middle of the street. continue reading »

Mexico May Implement New Telecom Guidelines in February

Mexico May Implement New Telecom Guidelines in February

New guidelines for the interconnection fees that Mexican telecommunications companies charge each other could be published in early February, regulators said. continue reading »

Freed Florence Cassez Says Mexico Committed an ‘Injustice’ Against Her

Freed Florence Cassez Says Mexico Committed an ‘Injustice’ Against Her

Frenchwoman Florence Cassez, who was ordered released from prison by the Mexican Supreme Court after serving seven years on a kidnapping conviction, said Thursday in Paris that she was a victim in the case. continue reading »

Mexico’s Navy Looking for Missing Freighter and 6 Aboard

Mexico’s Navy Looking for Missing Freighter and 6 Aboard

Mexican navy vessels are searching for a freighter that disappeared last Friday in the Pacific with six people aboard, the Navy Secretariat said. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Dismembered Bodies Found in Toluca, Mexico

Blog del Narco: Dismembered Bodies Found in Toluca, Mexico

Plastic bags containing dismembered bodies were found Wednesday in the central Mexican city of Toluca, sources in the Mexico state government told Efe. continue reading »

Mexico Ready to Boost Its $11 Billion Tourism Sector

Mexico Ready to Boost Its $11 Billion Tourism Sector

Mexico is striving to diversify its tourism sector and overcome an image of insecurity created by thousands of gangland killings. continue reading »