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Spanish royals make first state visit to Americas

- Spain's King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia began a three-day trip to Mexico on Monday, making their first state visit to the Americas since their coronation.

Experts want to quiz troops over Mexico missing students

- Experts from a regional human rights body investigating the disappearance of 43 students in Mexico complained Monday that government delays in allowing them to interview soldiers could limit their work.

Donnie Nietes gears up for tough battle against Rodriguez

Longest reigning Filipino boxing champion Donnie Nietes is going for a knockout win when he battles Francisco Rodriguez of Mexico on July 11 at the Waterfront Hotel & Casino in Cebu City, Philippines.

Op-Ed: Jessie Vargas deserves immediate rematch

WBA light welterweight titlist Jessie Vargas deserves another shot at the interim WBO welterweight title. Timothy Bradley won it Saturday night in what appears to be a flawed call by referee Pat Russell when he stopped the fight before the final bell.

Mexico's Pena Nieto discharged after gall bladder surgery

- Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto was released from a military hospital Sunday after undergoing surgery to remove his gall bladder.

Timothy Bradley survives near KO in 12th round, wins via UD

Former WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley survived a last round attack by WBA light welterweight titlist Jessie Vargas to win the WBO interim welterweight title Saturday night at the Stubhub Center in Carson, California.

Timothy Bradley favored to win over Jessie Vargas Saturday night

Former WBO welterweight champion Timothy Bradley is favored to win against Jessie Vargas when they collide Saturday night at the Stubhub Center in Carson California, for the interim WBO welterweight title.

Child migrant crisis endures on Mexico's south border

Palenque - His face lit up every time he mentioned his destination -- the United States -- but like many Central American children, Juan's dream ended abruptly when Mexican officers caught him riding a freight train.

Op-Ed: Why Pacquiao-Marquez bout is better than Mayweather rematch

When Manny Pacquiao returns to the ring early next year, he needs to give his fans a more exciting and enjoyable fight to compensate for the bland and boring fight he and Mayweather showed last month at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Mexico nursing home fire kills 16

Tijuana - A fire engulfed a nursing home in northern Mexico on Tuesday killing at least 16 elderly residents in a pre-dawn inferno that may have been intentionally ignited, authorities said.

Mexico nabs US-born son of Jalisco cartel boss

- The US-born son of the powerful Jalisco New Generation drug cartel's leader was arrested Tuesday, armed with an assault rifle bearing his nickname "El Menchito" and appearing to have had plastic surgery.

Mexico steps up 'hunt' for U.S.-bound migrants

Palenque - The 35-year-old Honduran farmer shows the scar on his forehead where he says a Mexican migration officer fired a stun gun when he tried to escape a major dragnet.

Ten bodies found in Acapulco mass graves

Acapulco - Authorities found 10 bodies Monday in mass graves on the outskirts of Mexico's Pacific resort of Acapulco, a city beset by drug gang violence.

Violent weekend leaves 22 dead in northern Mexico

Monterrey - Authorities found five bodies in Mexico's northern state of Nuevo Leon on Sunday, adding to three days of violence that left 22 people dead in the region.

Gunmen kill 10 at Mexico beer business

Monterrey - Gunmen stormed a beer business in northern Mexico, killing 10 people in broad daylight and leaving some of the victims naked over an apparent gang feud, officials said.

'Death trap' Mexico must probe migrant attacks: Amnesty

- Amnesty International warned Thursday of a "shocking spike" of violence against migrants in Mexico and urged authorities to investigate two separate attacks against 200 of them.

In Mexico, your name can mean big trouble

Chilapa De Alvarez - In the violent southern Mexico town of Chilapa, just being named Sanchez, Nava or Carreto can lead to trouble.

Op-Ed: Trump announces presidential run by calling Mexicans 'rapists'

Real estate tycoon and braggadocious buffoon Donald Trump has single-handedly guaranteed that politically-minded comedians and satirists won't have to worry about finding new material for the foreseeable future by announcing yet another presidential run.

Seven dead as gunmen, police clash in western Mexico

Morelia - Gunmen opened fire on a police convoy and torched vehicles in western Mexico on Tuesday in violence that left two officers and five civilians dead, authorities said.

California legislature toughens mandatory vaccination law

Sacramento - The Golden State would become one of three U.S. states to require childhood vaccinations before most kids could attend public school under a bill being considered by the state Assembly.
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