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Government Says Mexico Drought is Worst in 70 Years

Government Says Mexico Drought is Worst in 70 Years

Mexico is suffering its worst drought in the past 70 years, a dearth of rainfall that has forced the government to supply water to nearly 2.5 million people, the Social Development Secretariat said. continue reading »

POLL:  Overwhelming Majority of Mexican Citizens Believes Government Losing Fight Against Cartels

POLL:  Overwhelming Majority of Mexican Citizens Believes Government Losing Fight Against Cartels

Six in 10 Mexicans say the government is losing the war on violent drug cartels, while just 20 percent believe the opposite to be true, according to a new survey by polling firm Mitofsky and the non-governmental organization Mexico United against Crime. continue reading »

26 Bodies Found on Busy Intersection in Guadalajara, 2nd Mass Dumping of Bodies in Mexico This Week

26 Bodies Found on Busy Intersection in Guadalajara, 2nd Mass Dumping of Bodies in Mexico This Week

The bodies of 26 men were found inside two SUVs and an automobile abandoned on a busy avenue in Guadalajara, one of Mexico's largest cities, prosecutors said Thursday. continue reading »

Mexico to Build One of Latin America’s Largest Wind Farms, Heineken Already a Customer

Mexico to Build One of Latin America’s Largest Wind Farms, Heineken Already a Customer

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) has approved a loan of up to 1.1 billion Mexican pesos (or approximately $72 million) to help finance the construction of a 396-megawatt wind farm in Mexico, continue reading »

Mexico to Republican Candidates:  ‘There are No Radical Islamists in Mexico’

Mexico to Republican Candidates:  ‘There are No Radical Islamists in Mexico’

The allegations by U.S. Republican presidential candidates that Islamic groups have a presence in Mexico "are unfounded," Foreign Secretary Patricia Espinosa said. continue reading »

78 and 81-Year Old Mexican Women Attempt to Smuggle $1 Million in Cash Out of U.S.

78 and 81-Year Old Mexican Women Attempt to Smuggle $1 Million in Cash Out of U.S.

U.S. Border Patrol agents arrested one male and two elderly female Mexican nationals on Friday for attempting to smuggle more than $1 million inside a Ford Explorer. continue reading »

Teamsters Sue To Close Border To Unsafe, Polluting Mexican Trucks

Teamsters Sue To Close Border To Unsafe, Polluting Mexican Trucks

Hoffa: Pilot Program Is An Attack on American Truckers and Warehouse Workers. The Teamsters on Wednesday sued to block the U.S. Department of Transportation from opening the U.S. border to dangerous Mexican trucks through an illegal pilot program. continue reading »

México Breaks World’s Largest ‘Carnitas’ Taco Record

México Breaks World’s Largest ‘Carnitas’ Taco Record

At 240 feet and packing 330 pounds of pork, this ‘tacote’ made to promote the local cuisine of Querétaro, México, broke the Guinness World Record for Largest ‘Carnitas’ Taco. continue reading »

Mexico’s First 3D Animated Film, El Gran Milagro, to Make U.S. Debut (VIDEO)

Mexico’s First 3D Animated Film, El Gran Milagro, to Make U.S. Debut (VIDEO)

Dos Corazones Films announces that The Greatest Miracle, Mexico’s first 3D animated feature film will appear in theaters in Chicago and 49 other US cities on Fri. continue reading »

$15.3 Million of Cartel Money Seized by Mexican Army

$15.3 Million of Cartel Money Seized by Mexican Army

Army troops seized $15.3 million in cash in Tijuana, a border city in northwestern Mexico, that apparently belonged to the Sinaloa cartel, marking the second-largest seizure of money since President Felipe Calderon took office in 2006 continue reading »

Mexico’s Virgin of Juquila Arrives to Its New Home in Los Angeles

Mexico’s Virgin of Juquila Arrives to Its New Home in Los Angeles

A replica of the image of the Virgin of Juquila, one of the most venerated in Mexico, is now in the Southern California city of Lynwood. continue reading »

Mexico Hosts Largest International Balloon Festival

Mexico Hosts Largest International Balloon Festival

The festival, which features 200 pilots from 14 countries, is expected to draw about 300,000 visitors, including 162,000 foreigners, during its four-day run. continue reading »

Zetas’s  High Tech Narco-Communications Central Seized (VIDEO)

Zetas’s High Tech Narco-Communications Central Seized (VIDEO)

Communication equipment valued at $350,000 was seized by Mexican army elements in Torreón who raided a home known by zetas as “The Central.” continue reading »

Check Out Mexico YouTube Sensation - ‘Vazquez Sounds’ Teen Singing Siblings (VIDEO)

Check Out Mexico YouTube Sensation - ‘Vazquez Sounds’ Teen Singing Siblings (VIDEO)

Check out Mexico's YouTube sensation, teen singing siblings the Vazquez' also known as 'Vazquez Sounds'. The three siblings ranging in from from 10 to 15-years-old perform their rendition of Adele's hit "Rolling in the Deep". continue reading »

Senior Citizens Arrested at Border for Smuggling ‘Date-Rape’ Drug into U.S.

Senior Citizens Arrested at Border for Smuggling ‘Date-Rape’ Drug into U.S.

U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers assigned to the Tucson Field Office, a component of CBP’s Joint Field Command – Arizona, stopped three Mexican women this week involved continue reading »