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Remittances to Mexico Between January and October Drop 7.1%

Remittances to Mexico Between January and October Drop 7.1%

Mexico in October received nearly $1.78 billion in remittances, a drop of 7.1 percent compared with the same month in 2011, the country's central bank said Monday. Accumulated remittances from January to October added up to $19.04 billion, continue reading »

LATINO BLOTTER: Man Arrested at Border, Wanted for Sexual Assault of a Child

LATINO BLOTTER: Man Arrested at Border, Wanted for Sexual Assault of a Child

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol recently arrested a man wanted for the sexual assault of a child. On November 29, CBP officer at the Eagle Pass International Bridge in Texas inspected continue reading »

Mario Lopez Marries Courtney Mazza in Mexico

Mario Lopez Marries Courtney Mazza in Mexico

Dimpled cutie Mario Lopez is now officially off the market after marrying long-time girlfriend Courtney Mazza. Mazza, the mother of their 2-year-old daughter Gia, and Lopez reportedly met while worki continue reading »

Software Creator John McAfee Apprehended on Belize-Mexico Border

Software Creator John McAfee Apprehended on Belize-Mexico Border

Software pioneer John McAfee, the creator of the antivirus program that bears his name, was arrested on the border between Belize and Mexico after authorities from the former demanded his capture as a suspect in a murder investigation, his official Website reported. continue reading »

100 Injured, 92 Arrested During Inauguration Protests in Mexico

100 Injured, 92 Arrested During Inauguration Protests in Mexico

Around 100 people were injured and nearly 100 others arrested in clashes between police and protesters angry over the inauguration of new President Enrique Peña Nieto in Mexico City, officials said. continue reading »

Mexican Banking Data Reveals Cities that Borrow More than Save have Better Quality of Life

Mexican Banking Data Reveals Cities that Borrow More than Save have Better Quality of Life

Mexican cities and villages where credit exceeds savings deposits offer a higher quality of life and a more educated citizenry, according to 12 years of financial data released by Mexico's National Banking and Securities Commission (CNBV). The research was funded by the Consortium on Financial Systems and Poverty at the University of Chicago. continue reading »

Reserva de la Familia Showcases Mexican Artist Ricardo Pinto’s Work

Reserva de la Familia Showcases Mexican Artist Ricardo Pinto’s Work

Every year, Jose Cuervo and Tequila Reserva de la Familia offer famous Mexican artists the opportunity to create original artwork for its packaging. Each Reserva de la Familia box is made of wood and features the artwork of renowned Mexican artists. continue reading »

Mexican Organization Receives $10M Loan to Expand Low-cost Medical Clinics

Mexican Organization Receives $10M Loan to Expand Low-cost Medical Clinics

Salud Digna Para Todos I.A.P., a Mexican non-profit organization, will get a 130 million Mexican peso loan ($10 million) from the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to expand access to high-quality, low-cost medical diagnostic services in several northwestern and central Mexican states. continue reading »

Arrest Warrants Issued For Fake News Team Stopped in Nicaragua

Arrest Warrants Issued For Fake News Team Stopped in Nicaragua

A Mexican judge has issued an arrest order for 16 people - including 15 arrested in Nicaragua while carrying $9.2 million in cash - for their alleged role in transactions involving illicit proceeds, federal prosecutors said. continue reading »

Mexican Shelter Takes In Deported Immigrants with HIV

Mexican Shelter Takes In Deported Immigrants with HIV

Immigrants with HIV virus deported from the United States are finding refuge at the Las Memorias shelter in the Mexican border city of Tijuana, the only one in Baja California state to deal with AIDS patients. continue reading »

Mexico Swears In Enrique Peña Nieto As President

Mexico Swears In Enrique Peña Nieto As President

Enrique Peña Nieto was inaugurated Saturday as Mexico's president, returning the Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI, to power after a 12-year hiatus. continue reading »

Spanish Prince Promotes Country’s Underlying Strengths While in Mexico

Spanish Prince Promotes Country’s Underlying Strengths While in Mexico

Spain's Crown Prince Felipe met here Friday with Mexican notables, intellectuals and opinion leaders in order to learn more about the state of their nation and also to explain the difficulties his own country is going through and the underlying strengths of its economy that will enable it to forge ahead. continue reading »

Mine Explosion Kills 3 in Mexico

Mine Explosion Kills 3 in Mexico

Three people were killed and three others injured Friday in an explosion at a mine in the central Mexican municipality of Zacazonapan, authorities told Efe. continue reading »

Mexicans Protest Final Hours of Calderon’s Term with Embroidered Scarves

Mexicans Protest Final Hours of Calderon’s Term with Embroidered Scarves

Activists will display hundreds of scarves embroidered with blood-colored thread at a memorial here this weekend, a protest that calls attention to the tens of thousands of drug-related deaths during departing Mexican President Felipe Calderon's six-year term. continue reading »

Tijuana Defeats Toluca 2-1, Takes Lead in Mexican Final

Tijuana Defeats Toluca 2-1, Takes Lead in Mexican Final

Tijuana defeated Toluca 2-1 on the strength of goals by Fidel Martinez and Pablo Aguilar, taking the lead in the final of the Mexican Apertura 2012 season with one match to play. continue reading »