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Blog del Narco: US Officials Add Emilio Quintero Cadet to List of Dangerous Drug Cartel Members

Blog del Narco: US Officials Add Emilio Quintero Cadet to List of Dangerous Drug Cartel Members

Sajid Christmas Emilio Quintero Cadet, cousin of Rafael Caro Quintero, was included by the Department of Treasury of the United States in its list of drug traffickers and those suspected of money laundering. He is to be considered a key figure in the trafficking of drugs in the path to Sonora Arizona. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: US Officials Add Emilio Quintero Cadet to List of Dangerous Drug Cartel Members

Blog del Narco: US Officials Add Emilio Quintero Cadet to List of Dangerous Drug Cartel Members

Sajid Christmas Emilio Quintero Cadet, cousin of Rafael Caro Quintero, was included by the Department of Treasury of the United States in its list of drug traffickers and those suspected of money laundering. He is to be considered a key figure in the trafficking of drugs in the path to Sonora Arizona. continue reading »

Kia Announces Plans to Build $1 Billion Plant in Mexico

Kia Announces Plans to Build $1 Billion Plant in Mexico

South Korea's Kia Motors Corp. announced Wednesday its plans to build a $1 billion vehicle assembly plant in the northern Mexican state of Nuevo Leon. continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Medellin Cartel Top Assassin Paroled after 22 Years in Prison

Blog del Narco: Medellin Cartel Top Assassin Paroled after 22 Years in Prison

Alias ​​"Popeye", one of the heads of assassinations for lord Pablo Escobar received conditional freedom this week after serving 22 years in prison for the killing of Colombian politician Luis Carlos Galán. The decision was criticized by victims continue reading »

Mexican Gov’t Calls Toxic Spill Country’s Worst Mining Disaster

Mexican Gov’t Calls Toxic Spill Country’s Worst Mining Disaster

A toxic spill at a copper mine operated by a Grupo Mexico unit in the northwestern state of Sonora is the Mexican mining sector's worst environmental disaster in recent history, the government said. continue reading »

Blog del Narco- Golf Cartel Sends Message by Hanging Banners from Bridges Today

This morning about 07:30 am, hanging over several footbridges was a message from The drug Cartel - the Gulf Cartel. One was located in front of Boulevard Hidalgo Bodega Aurrera in the city of Reynosa, Tamaulipas; continue reading »

Rick Perry Deploys Texas National Guard on Mexican Border

Rick Perry Deploys Texas National Guard on Mexican Border

The first units of the National Guard contingent Texas Gov. Rick Perry is deploying to the Mexican border amid a surge in the arrivals of unaccompanied minors from Central America are in position, authorities said Tuesday. continue reading »

Groups Call on Mexico to Ban Fishing Nets to Protect Endangered Vaquita

Groups Call on Mexico to Ban Fishing Nets to Protect Endangered Vaquita

Environmentalist groups have asked the Mexican government to declare a total and immediate ban on fishing nets in order to avoid the extinction of the vaquita, a rare species of porpoise found only in the northern Gulf of California. continue reading »

Official Slams Rick Perry’s Claim of Jihadists in Mexico

Official Slams Rick Perry’s Claim of Jihadists in Mexico

There is no evidence to support the comments by Texas Gov. Rick Perry that jihadists could enter the United States via the southern border, Mexican Foreign Relations Secretary Jose Antonio Meade said. continue reading »

3 Die in Shootout in Central Mexico

3 Die in Shootout in Central Mexico

Three people, including a police officer, died in a shootout triggered by an attempt to steal an automobile in the central Mexican city of Ecatepec, media reports said. continue reading »

Mexican Government Says FDI Fell 59 Percent

Mexican Government Says FDI Fell 59 Percent

Foreign direct investment (FDI) in Mexico totaled $9.73 billion in the first half of this year, down 59 percent compared to the same period in 2013, the Economy Secretariat said. continue reading »

Marie Becomes Category 1 Hurricane, to Bring Heavy Rains to Western Mexico

Marie Becomes Category 1 Hurricane, to Bring Heavy Rains to Western Mexico

Marie was upgraded Saturday from a tropical storm to a Category 1 hurricane off Mexico's Pacific coast and its outer bands are expected to begin lashing western states with heavy rains in the coming hours, the National Water Commission, or Conagua, said. continue reading »

11 Bodies Found in Clandestine Graves in Mexico

11 Bodies Found in Clandestine Graves in Mexico

Mexican authorities have discovered 11 bodies in two clandestine graves in the western state of Michoacan, authorities said. continue reading »

Another Mexican State Bans Use of Circus Animals

Another Mexican State Bans Use of Circus Animals

The Mexican state of Coahuila has banned the use of animals in circuses or in any other kind of entertainment. The reform, unanimously passed by the state legislature, prohibits the use of animals in shows or promotional parades, even including the rabbits and doves manipulated by magicians in their sleight-of-hand feats. continue reading »

Mexico’s Gendarmerie Ready to Hit the Streets

Mexico’s Gendarmerie Ready to Hit the Streets

President Enrique Peña Nieto on Friday formally commissioned the Gendarmerie, a new division of the Mexican Federal Police. continue reading »