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Mexican Gay Pride Parade Draws 30,000 Attendees

Mexican Gay Pride Parade Draws 30,000 Attendees

Thousands of people and about 30 floats took part in Mexico's 34th Gay Pride Parade in the capital, where a concert marked the end of the event. continue reading »

Famed Mexican Photographer Hector Garcia Dies

Famed Mexican Photographer Hector Garcia Dies

Mexican photographer Hector Garcia died of heart problems in this capital, a city whose modern history he chronicled in photos and for which he was considered "The Photographer of the City," the National Culture and Arts Council, or Conaculta, said. He was 88. continue reading »

Wal-Mart CEO Pledges to Investigate Bribery Allegations in Mexico

Wal-Mart CEO Pledges to Investigate Bribery Allegations in Mexico

Wal-Mart Stores CEO Mike Duke defended the company's integrity amid reports of bribes paid to Mexican officials to expand market share, pledging to "get to the bottom" of the allegations. continue reading »

Body of Kidnapped Federal Police Commander Found Near Water Park

Body of Kidnapped Federal Police Commander Found Near Water Park

The charred body of a federal police commander was found with signs of torture and asphyxiation in the northwestern Mexican state of Sinaloa, officials said Saturday. continue reading »

Mexico Shocks Bosnia Late

Mexico Shocks Bosnia Late

A last gasp winner from Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez was the difference in Mexico’s 2-1 victory over Bosnia this week. continue reading »

Mexico Receives $400m To Benefit Forestry Programs

Mexico Receives $400m To Benefit Forestry Programs

Mexico received $392 million, of which $350 million are a loan from the World Bank and $42 million are from the Forest Investment Program, or FIP, for developing woodlands, officials said. continue reading »

Mexican Documentary Filmmaker Awarded For Her Courage By The U.S.

Mexican Documentary Filmmaker Awarded For Her Courage By The U.S.

U.S. Ambassador to Mexico Anthony Wayne honored a Mexican filmmaker who has been nominated for the U.S. State Department's International Women of Courage Award. continue reading »

Mexican Supreme Court To Make Decision On Cassez Case In August

Mexican Supreme Court To Make Decision On Cassez Case In August

Mexican Supreme Court justice Olga Sanchez Cordero said in a television interview broadcast Thursday that the case of Florence Cassez, a Frenchwoman convicted of kidnapping in Mexico, will be decided in August. continue reading »

The “Yo Soy 132” Student Movement Gathered to Draft a Platform in Mexico City

The “Yo Soy 132” Student Movement Gathered to Draft a Platform in Mexico City

Members the "Yo soy 132" student protest movement drafted a platform aimed at influencing Mexico's July 1 presidential election and countering perceived media bias, declaring their opposition to the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, candidate Enrique Peña Nieto, the frontrunner in the polls. continue reading »

After Accident in MX, Critically Injured Child Handed to Agents Over Border Fence

After Accident in MX, Critically Injured Child Handed to Agents Over Border Fence

A 4-year-old boy was lifted over U.S.-Mexico border fence from the Mexico side after he was critically injured after being hit by a car. On Monday, the boy and his 18-year-old cousin, both American citizens, were lifted over a fence near Jacu continue reading »

“Friday” Singer Rebecca Black Endorses Mexican Presidential Candidate (VIDEO)

“Friday” Singer Rebecca Black Endorses Mexican Presidential Candidate (VIDEO)

Which seat will she take? Apparently the one next to Mexican Presidential Candidate Enrique Peña Nieto. Just when we thought she might finally be fading into obscurity, "singer" Rebecca Black is once again making headlines, but not for a much-hated song. continue reading »

Elizabeth Olivas Back in U.S. for Graduation After Being Stuck in Immigration Web in Mexico

Elizabeth Olivas Back in U.S. for Graduation After Being Stuck in Immigration Web in Mexico

Elizabeth Olivas was looking forward to graduated high school and going on to college and until Friday morning see saw the experience slipping away. When she was just 4 years old, Elizabeth was brought to the U.S. (India continue reading »

Drug-related Violence Has Not Affected Preparations for Mexican Elections

Drug-related Violence Has Not Affected Preparations for Mexican Elections

Preparations are on track for Mexico's July 1 presidential election and the drug-related violence in the country has not affected the process, the Federal Electoral Institute, or IFE, said. continue reading »

Mexican Men Suspected of Human Smuggling Were Acquitted of Charges in El Salvador

Mexican Men Suspected of Human Smuggling Were Acquitted of Charges in El Salvador

A court in El Salvador released two suspected people traffickers who abandoned 14 Salvadorans in Mexico who were among the 72 migrants massacred at a ranch in Tamaulipas state in 2010, judicial officials said. continue reading »

Mexican Constriction Company To Acquire Majority Ownership of Peruvian Mining Services Firm

Mexican Constriction Company To Acquire Majority Ownership of Peruvian Mining Services Firm

Mexican construction company ICA said Wednesday it has signed a deal to acquire a 51 percent stake in Peru's San Martin Contratistas Generales, which provides construction services to the mining industry. continue reading »