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Mexican Mother Gives Birth to Sextuplets, Had Quadruplets 12 Years Ago

Mexican Mother Gives Birth to Sextuplets, Had Quadruplets 12 Years Ago

A woman in Mexico had an emergency Caesarean section on Thursday to deliver the sextuplets she was only able to carry for 27 weeks due to internal bleeding and anemia. Even more astonishing was the fact that this was not her first multiple continue reading »

Blog del Narco: Brothers Found Executed in Sinaloa

Blog del Narco: Brothers Found Executed in Sinaloa

Police have discovered two brothers who had been shot to death on a dirt road leading to the area community basurón Pitayita. The bodies were discovered on Monday morning. The bodies have been identified as Enrique Fidel and Hugo Urias, 46 and 44, respectively. continue reading »

Carlos Slim Partners with Khan Academy to Bring Online Education to Latin America

Carlos Slim Partners with Khan Academy to Bring Online Education to Latin America

Billionaire Carlos Slim, ranked by Forbes as the world's richest person, said he planned to invest more than 4 billion pesos (about $317 million) over the next three years to support Mexico's education system. continue reading »

Latin America News: Mexico Creates Indigenous Indian Commission

Latin America News: Mexico Creates Indigenous Indian Commission

The government has created the Commission for Dialogue with Mexico's Indian Peoples in an effort to repay the "historical debt" owed to the nation's native communities, Government Secretary Miguel Angel Osorio Chong said. continue reading »

11 People Murdered Throughout Mexico City Metropolitan Area

11 People Murdered Throughout Mexico City Metropolitan Area

The bodies of 11 people were found in Mexico state, which surrounds the Federal District and forms part of the Mexico City metropolitan area, officials said. continue reading »

Thousands of Teachers in Mexico Protest Pending Education Reform Initiatives

Thousands of Teachers in Mexico Protest Pending Education Reform Initiatives

Thousands of Mexican teachers took part in protests Monday against an overhaul of labor law and a pending education initiative that would substantially change the terms of their employment. continue reading »

Pres. Obama Receives Letter with Over 50,000 Signatures from Mexicans Asking to Stop Flow of Guns

Pres. Obama Receives Letter with Over 50,000 Signatures from Mexicans Asking to Stop Flow of Guns

Mexican activists Javier Sicilia and Sergio Aguayo on Monday delivered to the U.S. Embassy in this capital a letter signed by more than 50,000 people in which they ask Washington for concrete measures to halt the "illegal and immoral" flow of weapons to Mexico. continue reading »

Latin America News: Mexico Set to Buy Fertilizer from Ukraine

Latin America News: Mexico Set to Buy Fertilizer from Ukraine

Negotiations are taking place for Mexico to "purchase up to 500,000 tons annually" of fertilizer from Ukraine, the National Peasants Confederation, or CNC, said. continue reading »

Blog del Narco:  Young Man Found Tortured and Thrown into River

Blog del Narco:  Young Man Found Tortured and Thrown into River

A young man was found with his hands tied behind his back with a yellow rope floating in a pond on the banks of the River Tamazula, near the resort known as "The Currency". The latest victim has not been identified. He is an individual of about 25 to 30 years old. continue reading »

Underwear Flash Mob Converges on Mexico City Metro

Underwear Flash Mob Converges on Mexico City Metro

Hundreds of people, the majority of them young people responding to a message from Flash Mob DF, rode the Mexico City Metro over the weekend in their underwear as part of a project by social-networking sites to get strangers to meet. continue reading »

Relatives of Mexico’s ‘Disappeared’ Call for Special Prosecutor

Relatives of Mexico’s ‘Disappeared’ Call for Special Prosecutor

Relatives of people listed as disappeared in Mexico met with Government Secretary Miguel Angel Osorio Chong over the weekend and called for the creation of a special prosecutor's office to handle the cases, officials said. continue reading »

Kidnapped Spaniards Found Safe in Mexico

Kidnapped Spaniards Found Safe in Mexico

Mexican authorities have found alive two Spanish cousins who disappeared six days ago in the western state of Michoacan, the possible victims of a kidnaping, officials told Efe on Sunday. continue reading »

38 Central American Migrants Detained in Mexico

38 Central American Migrants Detained in Mexico

A total of 38 Central American migrants were detained in three operations in the southern state of Chiapas and the northeastern state of Tamaulipas, with a suspected people trafficker arrested and a Mexican captive freed, the Mexican Government Secretariat said. continue reading »

Mexican President Establishes National Institute of the Entrepreneur

Mexican President Establishes National Institute of the Entrepreneur

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto signed a decree to create a National Institute of the Entrepreneur, which seeks to aid micro, small and medium-sized businesses, or Mipymes, which he said "constitute the heart of the nation's economic activity and are one of its greatest assets. continue reading »

Mexican Woman Gives Birth to Sextuplets

Mexican Woman Gives Birth to Sextuplets

A Mexican woman gave birth to four baby girls and two baby boys, whose condition is described as "unstable," at the Women's Hospital in Morelia, the Health Secretariat of the southwestern state of Michoacan said. continue reading »