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Guzman extradition opens door to new cartel

Mexico - Mexican drug baron Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's powerful Sinaloa cartel will likely survive his extradition to the United States, but a well-armed rival gang could intensify a war to seize his empire.

Mexico's 'Chapo': From selling candy to selling drugs

Mexico - Joaquin Guzman has recounted that he had humble beginnings, selling oranges and candy when he was a child in his hometown in Mexico's northwestern mountains.

Mexico court dismisses Chapo extradition appeals

Mexico - Mexico's Supreme Court on Thursday dismissed appeals by jailed drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman against his extradition to the United States, a court source said.

Pupil shoots, injures classmates in Mexico school

Monterrey - A 15-year-old boy shot at his classmates at a high school in northern Mexico on Wednesday, injuring at least five people including himself, officials said.

Mexican resort area reels from back-to-back shootings

Canc - A tranquil Mexican seaside region reeled Wednesday from two shootings that left nine people dead and shattered the peace in a beach resort area beloved by US and European tourists.

Gunman, 2 workers killed in attack on Cancun prosecutor's office

Mexico - A gunman and two workers were killed during an attack on the state prosecutor's office in Cancun, authorities in the Mexican tourist city said.The armed attack took place at the prosecutor's office for the state of Quintano Roo on Tuesday.

Mexico probes drug links to deadly club shooting

Mexico - Mexican authorities investigated on Tuesday whether a feud over local drug sales was behind a nightclub shooting that killed three foreigners and two Mexicans at a popular beach resort.

Poor Mexico workers fear Trump trade effect

Villa De Reyes - In a rocky desert of northern Mexico, impoverished villagers fear they may be the first people in the world to suffer the impact of US President-elect Donald Trump's trade crackdown.

Five dead in shooting at Mexico music festival

Playa Del Carmen - A shooting erupted during an electronic music festival at a Mexican beach resort early Monday, leaving five people dead, including one in a stampede as revelers fled in panic.

Mexico, US clash over wall as tough trade talks loom

Mexico - While Donald Trump is still days away from becoming US president, Mexico is already gearing for tough negotiations, refusing to pay for a border wall while rejecting protectionist threats.

Mexico says 'no way' it will pay for US border wall

Mexico - Mexico's new foreign minister insisted on Tuesday that there is "no way" that his country will pay for a massive US border wall as US President-elect Donald Trump has demanded.

Mexico says will negotiate with Trump 'without fear'

Mexico - Mexico's new foreign minister vowed on Monday that his country will negotiate with US President-elect Donald Trump's administration "without fear.

Mexico arrests American in US consular official's shooting

Guadalajara - The suspect in the shooting of a US consular official in Mexico's western city of Guadalajara is an American who will be deported back to his country, officials said on Sunday.

Mexico arrests man in shooting of US consular official

Guadalajara - The Mexican authorities have arrested the alleged gunman who shot and wounded an official from the US consulate in the western city of Guadalajara, prosecutors said Sunday.

Gunman wounds US consular official in western Mexico

Mexico - Mexican police hunted on Saturday for a gunman who shot and wounded a US consulate official who was driving out of a parking garage in the western city of Guadalajara.

Mexico slams 'threats' against investors

Mexico - Mexico's economy ministry, in an apparent reference to US President-elect Donald Trump, rejected on Friday any threats made to deter companies from investing in the country.

Protests, Trump threats: A rocky New Year for Mexico

Mexico - Mexico is already having a year to forget.Mexicans woke up from their New Year celebrations on January 1 with the highest increase in gasoline prices in years that sparked daily protests and looting that left at least three people dead.

Trump targets Mexican car imports with steep tariffs

Trump has targeted Japanese car production in Mexico as well as that of U.S. auto makers in an attempt to bring production back to the United States.

Death toll in Mexico protests rises to three

Mexico - The death toll in protests against a gasoline price increase in Mexico rose to three on Friday as two men died of gunshot wounds after a clash with police.

Police clash with Mexico gas protesters, gunfire erupts

Mexico - Gunfire erupted as protesters clashed with police in Mexico during another day of looting and demonstrations against a gasoline price increase that has infuriated the population.
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