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Amnesty law would pardon minor drug offenses and abortions
15:34
The draft doesn't make reference about an amnesty for members of organized crime groups
Blockade ignites temporary suspension at Peñasquito Mine
15:30
Newmont Goldcorp suspended its operations at the mine located in Zacatecas, as well as all its investments until the “illegal blockade” by a trucking contractor and members of the Cedros community is lifted
New southern routes for arms trafficking in Mexico
13:01
Due to increasing surveillance measures in the Mexico-U.S. border, new routes for arms smuggling have found their way to Mexico from the southern border with Guatemala and Belize, all the way from Nicaragua
Bar attack kills five in Mexican president's home state prior to Mexican Independence celebrations
2019-09-16
The killings were the latest reminder of the chronic security problems faced by López Obrador, a veteran leftist who assumed the presidency pledging to bring down soaring levels of violence
Mexico targets former attorney general in probe of Ayotzinapa case
2019-09-16
Encinas said the probe by prosecutors into the officials in charge of the case would focus “in particular” on Jesus Murillo, Tomás Zerón, and José Aarón Pérez Carro
Israeli spies operate in Mexico
2019-09-15
The private intelligence agency has offices in Tel Aviv, London, and Madrid
The so-called Master Fraud benefited 172 companies
2019-09-15
These companies are being investigated for corruption, fraud, operating shell companies, and money laundering, among other crimes
IT security, the weakest point of Mexican diplomatic missions
2019-09-14
In addition to not being approved by the central office nor by the National Security System, communications infrastructure and security protocols are not implemented in Mexico’s Representations Abroad
Arms trafficking on the rise in Mexico’s northern border
2019-09-14
At least 80% of firearms in Mexico enter through the northern border and over 50% come from the U.S.; Texas and California are the main exporters
Violence between drug cartels moves from the streets to Mexico City’s prison
2019-09-13
A violent confrontation between Unión Tepito and the criminal group headed by “El Duke” took place in Mexico City's Reclusorio Oriente prison
Photographer Erick Castillo murdered in Acapulco
2019-09-13
On Thursday, Erick Castillo Sánchez was shot dead in Acapulco Guerrero during an alleged attempted robbery
The costly renovation of Mexico City International Airport
2019-09-12
Mexico’s government is planning to invest MXN $3.5 billion for the maintenance of both terminals of the AICM
MUSIC
Christina Aguilera comes back to Mexico
English The singer will give three concerts in Mexico
SPORTS
Mexican boxer Canelo Álvarez to fight Kovalev in Las Vegas
English Álvarez will climb two categories to fight the Russian boxer
FILMOGRAPHY
Mexican actor joins The Suicide Squad cast
English Cosio is known for his role as Chochiloco in the film El Infierno
SPORTS
Boxer is accused of cultural appropriation
English Fury seemed to be engaged in a publicity stunt
SCIENCE
Mexican students excel in Ibero-American Biology Olympiad
English The Mexican team had the highest score in the competition
HISTORY
The story behind Mexico's Independence Day
English On September 16, 1810, a priest called on people to rise up against the colonial government
GASTRONOMY
The sacred, religious, and cannibalistic origins of pozole
English Only those who were part of the elite ate pozole in Tenochtitlán
MILITARY
The first female pilots to lead Mexico's Independence Day parade
English The military parade will take place next September 16
MEXICAN CUISINE
Aguas frescas, traditional Mexican beverages
English Horchata, tamarind, and hibiscus are the most popular flavors
HEALTH
5 health benefits of pulque
English It was considered an elixir of the gods in pre-Colonial times
CULTURE
Aztec god Xipe Tótec and his link to pozole
English This deity sacrificed himself to feed humanity
New southern routes for arms trafficking in Mexico
English Due to increasing surveillance measures in the Mexico-U.S. border, new routes for arms smuggling have found their way to Mexico from the southern border with Guatemala and Belize, all the way from Nicaragua