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Deported from Chicago Hospital, Undocumented Quadriplegic Dies in Mexico

Deported from Chicago Hospital, Undocumented Quadriplegic Dies in Mexico

An undocumented immigrant who was paralyzed in a construction accident and deported in 2010 against his will to Mexico because he could not pay his Illinois hospital bill died over the weekend, activists confirmed to Efe on Monday. continue reading »

Salma Hayek Knighted in France, Named to Legion of Honor

Salma Hayek Knighted in France, Named to Legion of Honor

Mexican actress Salma Hayek, the wife of French magnate Francois-Henri Pinault, was named a Knight of France's Legion of Honor, the government said Monday. continue reading »

49 Kidnappings per day occurred in Mexico in 2011 up  32%

49 Kidnappings per day occurred in Mexico in 2011 up 32%

An average of 49 kidnappings per day occurred in Mexico in 2011, marking a significant increase from the prior year, the Council for Law and Human Rights, or CLDH, said. continue reading »

Mexican Hospital Welcomes Kids From both Sides of Border

Mexican Hospital Welcomes Kids From both Sides of Border

Through the Hospital Infantil de las Californias, which she co-founded in 1994, Dr. Elizabeth G. Jones has helped thousands of children on both sides of the U.S.- continue reading »

Pope Details Visit to Mexico in March, Obama and Calderon Both to Receive Pontiff

Pope Details Visit to Mexico in March, Obama and Calderon Both to Receive Pontiff

the Holy Father will arrive at the Leon airport, Guanajuato, on the evening of Friday, March 23, 2012, and will be officially received by the President of the United States of Mexico, Felipe Calderon Hinojosa, by the Episcopal Conference and the Archbishop of Leon. continue reading »

Mexican Civil Servant Sentenced 48 Years for being Ghost Payroll Cheat

Mexican Civil Servant Sentenced 48 Years for being Ghost Payroll Cheat

A civil servant has been sentenced to 48 years in prison for presenting fake documents to get paid for time away from the office, the Mexican Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »

Alleged Wife Killer and Television Producer Awaits Extradition to Mexico

“Survivor” producer and alleged wife killer, Bruce Beresford-Redman will be extradited to Mexico to face charges but the actual date of the extradition is pending. continue reading »

Is Luis Miguel Dating Reality-Star and Karadashian Pal Brittny Gastineau?

Is Luis Miguel Dating Reality-Star and Karadashian Pal Brittny Gastineau?

Spanish gossip circles are abuzz with Luis Miguel’s latest alleged love interest – Brittny Gastineau. A relative stranger to Latin American audiences many are wondering who is this latest love of the 41-year old Mexican singer. continue reading »

Latino Accused of Raping 1-Month Old Baby That Died Had Recently Been Deported to Mexico

Latino Accused of Raping 1-Month Old Baby That Died Had Recently Been Deported to Mexico

A 37-year-old Latino, Juan Galindo has been charged in the brutal sexual assault and abuse of a one-month old baby girl in New Mexico that led to her death, while high on meth. continue reading »

2 Charged with Murder Decapitation of Mexican Actress

2 Charged with Murder Decapitation of Mexican Actress

Authorities said Friday that two people are in custody for the murder of Mexican actress Julia Marichal, whose headless, decomposing body was found Dec. 2 in a continue reading »

Escaped Bengal Tiger Causes Scare in Mexico & $85,000 Fine for Owner

Escaped Bengal Tiger Causes Scare in Mexico & $85,000 Fine for Owner

An escaped pet tiger named Deborah spurred a massive deployment of police, firefighters and other first responders in the northern Mexican state of Coahuila, authorities said. continue reading »

U.S. Latino and Accused Child Killer, Joshua Morales, Extradited to Mexico

U.S. Latino and Accused Child Killer, Joshua Morales, Extradited to Mexico

Joshua Moses Morales, 36, of San Diego, was extradited to Mexico today, where he is wanted to stand trial for the alleged 2009 killing of a toddler in Tijuana, Baja California, announced U.S. Attorney Benjamin continue reading »

UC Davis Health Signs Agreement with State of Sinaloa to Improve Health of Rural Population

UC Davis Health Signs Agreement with State of Sinaloa to Improve Health of Rural Population

UC Davis Health System has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the state of Sinaloa, Mexico, to partner to improve the health and well-being of its residents through the exchange of ideas, data and research on telehealth, scientific and technical development, and neurodevelopmental disorders. continue reading »

Mexican Rivera Resorts to Offer Same-Sex Marriage Rites and Legalization of the Unions

Mexican Rivera Resorts to Offer Same-Sex Marriage Rites and Legalization of the Unions

Cancun and other resort areas on the Mexican Caribbean will have a new attraction for gay and lesbian couples from the United States, Canada and Europe, allowing them to legalize their unions thanks to a quirk in the local civil code, activist Patricia Novelo told Efe. continue reading »

120 Tons of Drug Mixers Seized in Mexico Arriving from China

120 Tons of Drug Mixers Seized in Mexico Arriving from China

Authorities seized 120 tons of a chemical used to produce synthetic drugs in Lazaro Cardenas, a port on Mexico's Pacific coast, where the substance arrived from China, a multi-agency task force said. continue reading »