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Mexican Filmmaker to make part 2 of  Mexico Blockbuster - “A Day Without a Mexican”

Mexican Filmmaker to make part 2 of Mexico Blockbuster - “A Day Without a Mexican”

Mexican director Sergio Arau and his wife, actress Yareli Arismendi, are working on a sequel to the film "A Day Without a Mexican" to keep the subject of immigrants in the public eye. "It's going to be called 'Another Day Without Mexicans,' and of course we're a little scared because 'Part 2' of anything is rarely good, but we think we have to keep the public focused continue reading »

Like the Failed ATF “Fast and Furious”, the DEA is Trying to Track Money They’ve Given to Cartels

Like the Failed ATF “Fast and Furious”, the DEA is Trying to Track Money They’ve Given to Cartels

According to the New York Times, while attempting to track money that was believed to be making it into the hands of drug cartels, the U.S. government was actually laundering and smuggling money from and for the drug organizations. continue reading »

Latino Children Who Are Citizens Being Recruited by Narcos to Smuggle Drugs into U.S.

Latino Children Who Are Citizens Being Recruited by Narcos to Smuggle Drugs into U.S.

Children between the ages of 11 and 17 are being recruited by Mexico's drug cartels to smuggle narcotics and work as spies, the Mexican press reported Sunday, citing information from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE. continue reading »

Professional Mexican Soccer Player, El Gato, Who Turned into Narco Kidnapper is Arrested

Professional Mexican Soccer Player, El Gato, Who Turned into Narco Kidnapper is Arrested

A former professional soccer player turned Gulf cartel kidnapping specialist was arrested in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon, prosecutors said. continue reading »

Journalist Gunned Down in Northern Mexico, Same Area Where 30 Oil Workers Went Missing

Journalist Gunned Down in Northern Mexico, Same Area Where 30 Oil Workers Went Missing

Raul Regulo Garza Quirino, a reporter for the La Ultima Palabra newspaper, was shot dead by several gunmen while driving in Cadereyta, a city in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon, police said. continue reading »

2,000 Year-Old Cave Paintings Found in Guanajuato, Mexico

2,000 Year-Old Cave Paintings Found in Guanajuato, Mexico

Mexican archaeologists found some 3,000 cave paintings, some almost 2,000 years old, in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato, the National Anthropology and History Institute, or INAH, said. continue reading »

Companions Chain 71-Year-Old Man to Bed to Get Him to Stop Drinking

Companions Chain 71-Year-Old Man to Bed to Get Him to Stop Drinking

Municipal police freed a 71-year-old man, apparently an alcoholic, who had been chained to his bed in Mexicali, capital of the northwestern Mexican state of Baja continue reading »

Mexican Warlock’s Cards Predicts 2 more LatAm Presidents will get Cancer

Mexican Warlock’s Cards Predicts 2 more LatAm Presidents will get Cancer

Mexico's chief warlock said the fact that six former or current presidents have or have had cancer shows that Latin America was the victim of "evil eye" and prophesied that two more leaders would get the disease. Antonio Vazquez, who has a wide following in Mexico and is considered an authority on "white magic," continue reading »

The Search is On! Officials Look For Meteorite That Fell in Rural NW Mexico

The Search is On! Officials Look For Meteorite That Fell in Rural NW Mexico

Mexican authorities are searching for a meteorite that fell to earth in a rural area in the northwestern part of the country, which was sighted in the region but about which there are as yet few details, officials said Friday. continue reading »

Latino Bakeries Gear up for Three Kings Celebration

Latino Bakeries Gear up for Three Kings Celebration

The celebration of Three Kings Day is a tradition that Hispanics have maintained in the United States, along with the "rosca de Reyes" ring-shaped cake that bakeries all over the country expect to sell thousands of. In Chicago, for example, dozens of Latino employees work day and night to get the traditional "roscas" prepared in the Mexican style ready on time. "We don't work with big machines. We do everything homemade. We make the things with our hands, not with machines," Jesus Salgado, a supervisor at Chicago's Happy Cake La Baguette company, told Efe. continue reading »

Dying Man Ignored by People in Mexican Bank- Business Goes on as Usual

Dying Man Ignored by People in Mexican Bank- Business Goes on as Usual

A 65-year-old man died from an apparent heart attack while standing in line in a Mexico City bank as other customers and most of the employees ignored what was happening, officials said. Julian Vives Leon, who was identified by his brother, died on Tuesday, the Federal District Attorney's Office said. continue reading »

Mexican Neurobiologist, Rene Drucker Colin, To Receive UNESCO Albert Einstein Medal in Science

Mexican Neurobiologist, Rene Drucker Colin, To Receive UNESCO Albert Einstein Medal in Science

A Mexican physiologist and neurobiologist renowned for his work on sleep has won a United Nations award honouring those who have helped to promote science, the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) announced today. continue reading »

Have the Remains of Missing Boater David Hartley Been Found in Mexico??

Have the Remains of Missing Boater David Hartley Been Found in Mexico??

Professional fisherman, Alton James, is reported to have found skeletal remains on Falcon Lake, specifically on the Mexican side of this dual border lake. continue reading »

In Mexico 41 Children Disappear Every Day

In Mexico 41 Children Disappear Every Day

In Mexico 41 children disappear every day. According to UNICEF, over the past 5 years over 75 000 children have gone missing, of whom about 20,000 are victims of traffickers. continue reading »

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 »