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Korean Supervisor Attacks Worker in Mexican Factory, Government Responds

Korean Supervisor Attacks Worker in Mexican Factory, Government Responds

The Mexican government reproached a Korean supervisor at a plant in the central state of Queretaro and offered the victim all the support necessary. continue reading »

Mexico Needs to Invest $3 Billion in Telecommunications Infrastructure

Mexico Needs to Invest $3 Billion in Telecommunications Infrastructure

Mexico's government must invest some 40 billion pesos ($3 billion) in telecommunications infrastructure to boost competition and spur investment by operators, the regulatory agency for the sector, Cofetel, said. continue reading »

Is Mexico’s Paulina Rubio the Next Naomi Campbell?

Is Mexico’s Paulina Rubio the Next Naomi Campbell?

You know when you have successfully made a cross-over as an Latin artist when your crazy shit makes it to TMZ, the premier digital gossipmonger. continue reading »

Secret Service Agent on Presidential Detail Commits Suicide, Affair with Mexican Lover Uncovered

Secret Service Agent on Presidential Detail Commits Suicide, Affair with Mexican Lover Uncovered

In yet another blow to the Presidential Secret Service detail, agent Rafael Prieto committed suicide after an extramarital affair with a foreigner was uncovered. continue reading »

Icon Vicente Fernandez Cancels Rest of His Concerts, Will Undergo Surgery to Remove Growth on Liver

Icon Vicente Fernandez Cancels Rest of His Concerts, Will Undergo Surgery to Remove Growth on Liver

Ranchera music idol Vicente Fernandez will undergo an operation to have a "lump" removed from his liver after it was detected several days ago and he was forced to cancel his concerts for the rest of the year, his publicist announced Thursday. continue reading »

Federal Police Apprehend Beltran Leyva Cartel Boss in Mexico

Federal Police Apprehend Beltran Leyva Cartel Boss in Mexico

A suspected Beltran Leyva drug cartel boss who handled operations in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero was arrested by the Federal Police in Mexico City, the Public Safety Secretariat said Thursday. continue reading »

Smugglers Attempt to Drive Over U.S.-Mexico Border Fence, SUV Gets Stuck

Smugglers Attempt to Drive Over U.S.-Mexico Border Fence, SUV Gets Stuck

Two people tried to drive over the U.S.-Mexico border fence in an SUV earlier this week in Arizona, but the vehicle got stuck on top of the barrier, media reports said. continue reading »

Mexican Newspaper: 60,000 Have Died in President Calderon’s Drug War

Mexican Newspaper: 60,000 Have Died in President Calderon’s Drug War

Organized crime-related violence has claimed 57,449 lives in Mexico during the presidency of Felipe Calderon, whose six-year term ends on Dec. 1, according to a tally published Thursday by the Milenio daily. continue reading »

U.S. Citizen Jailed in Juarez Found Dead in Prison Bathroom

U.S. Citizen Jailed in Juarez Found Dead in Prison Bathroom

The body of a U.S. citizen arrested in Mexico late last month was found in his prison cell after he apparently died from blood loss. William Allen Smith, 37, was arrested for burglary on October 22. continue reading »

Illegal Border Crossers Attempt to Drive OVER Border Fence - Check It Out

Illegal Border Crossers Attempt to Drive OVER Border Fence - Check It Out

U.S. Border Patrol agents from Yuma Sector’s Yuma Station foiled a smuggling attempt when suspects attempting to drive a vehicle over the border fence fell prey to their own devices. continue reading »

Apple Denied an Injunction in Mexico Against iFone

Apple Denied an Injunction in Mexico Against iFone

A judge has denied U.S. technology giant Apple an injunction that would have allowed it to continue selling iPhone-branded products in Mexico, ruling that the company iFone had the rights to that brand name earlier, an attorney for the Mexican firm told Efe. continue reading »

Mexican Authorities Arrest 9 Zetas Cartel Members, Seize 30 Grenade Launchers

Mexican Authorities Arrest 9 Zetas Cartel Members, Seize 30 Grenade Launchers

Nine suspected members of the Los Zetas drug cartel were arrested in Saltillo, the capital of the northern state of Coahuila, by marines, the Mexican Navy Secretariat said Wednesday. continue reading »

Mexico Investigating Link Between 3 Mining Companies, Los Zetas Cartel

Mexico Investigating Link Between 3 Mining Companies, Los Zetas Cartel

Mexican authorities are investigating three coal mining firms for their alleged links to drug traffickers, a Mexico City daily reported Wednesday. continue reading »

Mexico Restores Sixteenth Century Santo Domingo Convent

Mexico Restores Sixteenth Century Santo Domingo Convent

The old Santo Domingo Convent in San Cristobal de Las Casas, a city in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas, is being inaugurated on Wednesday after undergoing extensive restoration in one of the most ambitious projects undertaken by the National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH. continue reading »

President Calderon Inaugurates New Metro Line in Mexico City

President Calderon Inaugurates New Metro Line in Mexico City

The Mexican capital is operating a new 25.1-kilometer (15.5-mile) Metro line that cost nearly $1.7 billion and uses Spanish-made trains. continue reading »