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3 Sentenced for Traffikcing Mexican Women in the U.S. and Forcing Them Into Prostitution

3 Sentenced for Traffikcing Mexican Women in the U.S. and Forcing Them Into Prostitution

Three Mexican citizens were sentenced to 15 years in prison Wednesday for conspiring to force Mexican women to engage in prostitution, following an investigation by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's continue reading »

Mexican Troops Discover 140 Migrants Hidden in Truck

Mexican Troops Discover 140 Migrants Hidden in Truck

Soldiers discovered 140 undocumented Central American migrants hidden inside a truck crossing the southern border state of Chiapas, Mexico's defense department said Monday. continue reading »

Shootout simulation held at Mexico school

Shootout simulation held at Mexico school

About a thousand students and teachers participated in a gangland gun battle simulation at a school in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, officials said. continue reading »

Scientists Worry Many Monarch Butterflies May Not Make it to Mexico This Fall

Scientists Worry Many Monarch Butterflies May Not Make it to Mexico This Fall

Each year, the monarchs butterflies in the North America travel south to Mexico to take refuge during the winter months, but scientists who have marked a significant drop in the monarch’s population say the loss of a wintering habitat in Mexico and breeding habitat in the U.S. may spell trouble the insects. continue reading »

Hundreds Gather in Juarez to Catch Glimpse of Pope John Paul II Relics and Pray for Peace

Hundreds Gather in Juarez to Catch Glimpse of Pope John Paul II Relics and Pray for Peace

Hundreds of people gathered at a mass in Juarez Wednesday to honor the late Pope John Paul II. The large mass was held in the future location of a building to be named after him. continue reading »

20 Narcos Charged in Chicago, 5 with Ties to Vicious Zetas of Mexico

20 Narcos Charged in Chicago, 5 with Ties to Vicious Zetas of Mexico

Twenty defendants are facing federal narcotics charges here, including five alleged members of a Chicago-based cell of the Zetas Mexican drug cartel who continue reading »

Mexico Asks U.S. to Extradite ‘Fast and Furious” Gunrunners

Mexico's government has requested the extradition of six U.S. citizens for weapons trafficking, including three people linked to a botched federal gun-tracking operation, Attorney General Marisela Morales said. continue reading »

California-Mexico Marijuana Tunnel Found, Over 10 Tons of Pot Seized

California-Mexico Marijuana Tunnel Found, Over 10 Tons of Pot Seized

Investigators on the multi-agency San Diego Tunnel Task Force continued sifting through evidence at a warehouse in Otay Mesa's industrial park continue reading »

Banderas, Hayek Receive Mexican Film Fest Prize

Banderas, Hayek Receive Mexican Film Fest Prize

Spanish actor Antonio Banderas and Mexican actress Salma Hayek were awarded the Luis Buñuel prize for promoting goodwill between Mexico and Spain, the director of the Es.cine festival, Enrique Rubio, told Efe. continue reading »

Mexican Federal Prosecutor Killed in Own Home

Mexican Federal Prosecutor Killed in Own Home

A federal prosecutor was killed Wednesday at his home in the northern Mexican city of Torreon, the Coahuila state Attorney General's Office said. continue reading »

Narco Tunnel Found Inside Drainage Sewer in Arizona

Narco Tunnel Found Inside Drainage Sewer in Arizona

An active drug smuggling tunnel was located and shut down here Tuesday following a multi-agency probe spearheaded by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Homeland Security Investigations (HSI). continue reading »

More Mexican Newspaper Workers Go Missing

More Mexican Newspaper Workers Go Missing

Two workers at Mexican business daily El Financiero have gone missing in the central state of Zacatecas, the newspaper's deputy general manager said. continue reading »

U.S. Opens “Trusted Traveler Program” to Mexicans

U.S. Opens “Trusted Traveler Program” to Mexicans

The United States government announced Tuesday that it is opening to Mexican citizens the trusted traveler program known as Global Entry, which operates via automated kiosks at selected international airports. continue reading »

Antonio Banderas in Mexico Celebrating Success of “Puss in Boots”

Antonio Banderas in Mexico Celebrating Success of “Puss in Boots”

Films like "Puss in Boots," in which the main characters and heroes have Hispanic accents thanks to the voices of Antonio Banderas and continue reading »

Manual Lopez Obrador to Run for Presidency, Favored by Many