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Mazda Begins Training Mexican Employees in Japan Ahead of Plant Opening

Mazda Begins Training Mexican Employees in Japan Ahead of Plant Opening

Japanese automaker Mazda Motor said it started training the initial group of workers for its new plant in Mexico at its Hiroshima headquarters on Thursday. continue reading »

Lopez Obrador is Gaining Points in Mexican Presidential Elections, Peña Nieto Falling

Lopez Obrador is Gaining Points in Mexican Presidential Elections, Peña Nieto Falling

Leftist presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador has consolidated his hold on second place in the polls ahead of Mexico's presidential election next month, trailing frontrunner Enrique Peña Nieto, who saw his support drop amid the rise of a national student movement that opposes his candidacy. continue reading »

Mexico’s PRI Presidential Candidate Enrique Pena Nieto’s Image Used for Adultery Website Billboard

Mexico’s PRI Presidential Candidate Enrique Pena Nieto’s Image Used for Adultery Website Billboard

As the presidential race in Mexico continues to heat up, a website that promotes cheating on your significant other has purchased a billboard ad, not only promoting itself, but also attacking PRI candidate Enrique Pena Nieto. continue reading »

INFOGRAPHIC: Latin American Drinking Habits

INFOGRAPHIC: Latin American Drinking Habits

Costa Rica’s Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences (FLACSO), compiled a report regarding "Alcohol Drinking Patterns in Latin America." This study was based on nationwide surveys conducted in Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, Dominican Republic and Venezuela. continue reading »

Apocalypse is a Judeo-Christian Tradition, Mayans Foresaw the World Continuing for Millennia

Apocalypse is a Judeo-Christian Tradition, Mayans Foresaw the World Continuing for Millennia

The ancient Mayans not only did not predict the end of the world in December 2012, but they expected the world to continue for thousands of years, Mexican epigraphist Erik Velasquez said. continue reading »

U.S. and Mexico Launch Campaign to Prevent Immigrant Deaths Along Border

U.S. and Mexico Launch Campaign to Prevent Immigrant Deaths Along Border

The U.S. Border Patrol, in coordination with the Mexican government, this week is launching a campaign to prevent the deaths of immigrants along the mutual border and to alert them to the dangerous currents in the irrigation canal in El Paso. continue reading »

Buried Under Mexican Highway, Archaeological Area Containing Mayan Ruins Preserved

Buried Under Mexican Highway, Archaeological Area Containing Mayan Ruins Preserved

Mexican cultural authorities have preserved an archaeological area with several Maya buildings more than 1,500 years old that were buried under a highway in the Yucatan peninsula. continue reading »

Mexican Writer Ernesto de la Peña is Awarded Literature Prize

Mexican Writer Ernesto de la Peña is Awarded Literature Prize

Mexican writer Ernesto de la Peña was presented Tuesday with the 26th Menendez Pelayo International Prize in recognition for "his concern about the transmission of knowledge and access to culture by the new generations." continue reading »

American Tourism to Mexico Up More Than 5 Percent Despite Travel Warnings

American Tourism to Mexico Up More Than 5 Percent Despite Travel Warnings

It would seem many are not heeding travel warnings from U.S. officials, as Mexican tourism officials say the number of U.S. travelers to the country is up. continue reading »

Mexican Journalists and Activists Continue to Flee to U.S.

Mexican Journalists and Activists Continue to Flee to U.S.

Mexican journalists and activists continue coming to the United States asking for what their own country is not giving them, the chance to live without fear, attorney Carlos Spector - who represents about a dozen of these people, most recently reporter Miguel Lopez Solana - told Efe. continue reading »

Delta Airlines Buys 30.2 million Shares of Aeromexico

Delta Airlines Buys 30.2 million Shares of Aeromexico

Delta Airlines, the No. 2 carrier in the United States, has acquired a 4.17 percent stake in Grupo Aeromexico for $65 million as part of a long-term strategic alliance, the Mexican airline said. continue reading »

Mexico Watching Venus Transit 2012 Just Like Mayans Did

Mexico Watching Venus Transit 2012 Just Like Mayans Did

Mexico City is not only one of the best places to watch the Venus transit of 2012 and it also one of the most historic. The Mayans, according to historians, are said to have recorded the transits of 1153 and 1275 on wall paintings and in their calendar. continue reading »

US Women Forced to Renounce Her Citizenship to Re-Enter from Mexico Now Suing to Regain Citizenship

US Women Forced to Renounce Her Citizenship to Re-Enter from Mexico Now Suing to Regain Citizenship

In February, Brenda Vazquez was attempting to re-enter the U.S. from Mexico when she was stopped. What has happened since that day has been nothing short of a nightmare. continue reading »

Bus Accident in Chihuhua, Mexico Leaves 11 Dead, 13 Injured

Bus Accident in Chihuhua, Mexico Leaves 11 Dead, 13 Injured

Eleven people died and 13 others were injured in a bus accident on a highway in the northern Mexican border state of Chihuahua, officials said Monday. continue reading »

Mexican Architecture Magazine Arquine Launches New App

Mexican Architecture Magazine Arquine Launches New App

Mexican architecture magazine Arquine has announced the launch of an interactive version for the iPad and other tablet computers, billing it as the first of its kind in Latin America. "There's no (architecture) magazine in Latin America that has a digital version. Many have Web pages that function as blogs, which is what we've had since 2007, but ... Arquine is a pioneer in this version," architect Andrea Griborio told Efe. continue reading »