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Mexico probes negligence in pipeline blast that killed 91

Mexico - Mexico has opened an investigation into what caused a deadly pipeline explosion, including possible negligence by authorities, the attorney general said Monday, as the death toll rose to 91 people.

Mexico journalist murdered, as 2018 sets homicide record

Mexico - A Mexican journalist was found murdered in the first such case of 2019, authorities said Monday, as the country set a new homicide record for 2018 -- signs of the ongoing toll of Mexico's drug war.

Mexico journalist murdered, first of 2019

Mexico - A Mexican journalist was found murdered in the northern state of Baja California Sur, the governor said Monday, the first reporter killed this year in what has become one of the world's most dangerous countries for the press.

Mexico murders set new record in 2018

Mexico - Mexico suffered a record 33,341 homicides in 2018, according to official statistics released Monday, breaking the record set in 2017, as violence fueled by a war on the country's powerful drug cartels plagues the country.

Death toll from Mexico fuel explosion rises to 89

Tlahuelilpan - The death toll from a fiery explosion in central Mexico rose to 89 on Monday as authorities vowed to hold accountable those responsible for a deliberate fuel-line puncture that drew hundreds of people looking to gather gasoline before it ignited.

Explosion from illegal pipeline tap kills 66 people in Mexico

A massive fireball that engulfed people scooping up fuel spilling from a pipeline ruptured by thieves in Tlahuelilpan, Mexico, on Friday. The body count has reached 66 people with at least 78 left badly burned.

Fuel pipeline blaze in Mexico kills 20, injures dozens: officials

Mexico - A leaking fuel pipeline triggered a massive blaze in central Mexico Saturday, killing at least 20 people and injuring another 54, officials said.

Did 'Chapo' really pay Mexico's ex-president $100M?

Mexico - Did the world's most famous drug lord really pay Mexico's ex-president a $100-million bribe not to arrest him?

El Chapo Guzman wanted to direct film of life story

New York - For years, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman worked on plans for a book and film about his life story that he wanted to direct himself, the Mexican drug lord's ex-right hand man testified Monday.

Three Pemex execs to be tried for fuel theft in Mexico

Mexico - Mexico's attorney general said Monday that three top officials at state oil company Pemex will face trial for fuel theft, insisting a controversial government crackdown that has caused gasoline shortages is paying off.

Effects of fuel theft crackdown in Mexico growing daily

Mexico - The government of Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador has cut off the gas supply in a number of key pipelines transporting fuel from refineries in Mexico, leaving consumers to endure closed gas stations or long lines in the few that are open.

Trump says no emergency declaration to end US govt shutdown

Washington - President Donald Trump said he was holding off on declaring a state of emergency to end the partial US government shutdown that dragged into a 23rd day Sunday, as he insisted on $5.

Chapo's lawyers seek visa so mother can visit him in US prison

Mexico - Lawyers for accused Mexican kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman said Thursday they have asked Mexico's government for help obtaining a humanitarian visa for his mother so she can visit him in prison in the United States.

21 bodies found on US-Mexico border as Trump visits

Mexico - Mexican authorities said Thursday they had found 21 bodies on the US-Mexican border after a drug-gang shootout in a town near where President Donald Trump was due to visit later in the day.

Impact of Trump's wall already felt on Mexican side

Juarez - Ten-year-old Victor shimmies up the hulking steel fence at the edge of his backyard, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, and gazes out at the forbidden land on the other side: the United States.

Chapo's secret messages to his wife and lover revealed

New York - Prosecutors trying Joaquin "Chapo" Guzman opened an extraordinary window Wednesday into the intimate life of the Mexican drug lord as he plotted crime deals with his wife and a lover while doting on his twin daughters.

Mexico probes state oil company's ex-security chief for fuel theft

Mexico - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who is waging a major crack-down on fuel theft, announced Tuesday an investigation into the former security chief of state oil company Pemex.

Trump the latest US president to use Oval Office to address nation

Washington - US President Donald Trump is to address the nation from the Oval Office on Tuesday to present his case for building a wall along the southern border with Mexico.

Trump to demand wall on Mexico 'crisis' border in TV address

Washington - President Donald Trump will tell Americans in a primetime speech Tuesday that the US-Mexico border is in "crisis" and Congress must approve construction of a wall to end a government shutdown now in its 18th day.

Seven killed in attack on bar in Mexico tourist resort

Mexico - Gunmen opened fire in a crowded bar in the Mexican resort city of Playa del Carmen, killing seven people, authorities and media reports said Monday, in the latest violence to rock the country's tourist-magnet beaches.

Mexico president defends hands-off stance on Venezuela

Mexico - Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Monday defended his administration's boycott of a regional push to make crisis-torn Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro step down following a disputed election.

Trump to visit US-Mexico border on Thursday

Washington - President Donald Trump will visit the US-Mexican border this week, his spokeswoman said Monday, in the latest bid to pressure Congress over border wall negotiations that have led to a partial government shutdown.

Gasoline shortage in Mexico getting worse due to fuel thefts

A gas shortage crisis is affecting at least four states in Mexico, drawing the ire of motorists and business owners and causing long lines at service stations that haven’t run out.

Mexican president declares few assets, shows bare wallet

Mexico - Mexico's austerity-crusader President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Friday his official declaration contained virtually no assets, showing his nearly empty wallet to reporters as evidence.

Trump's wall not happening, Mexican psychic foretells

Mexico - Brace yourselves, America: the US government shut-down that has dragged on for two weeks could last a lot longer -- possibly forever -- if a Mexican psychic's predictions come true.

Mexico demands US probe on use of force against migrants

Mexico - Mexico called on the United States Thursday to investigate the use of force by border patrol agents against members of a Central American migrant caravan who tried to rush the US-Mexican border on New Year's.

Archaeologists find first temple of the 'Flayed Lord' in Mexico

Mexican experts have found the first temple of the Flayed Lord, a pre-Hispanic fertility god depicted as a skinned human corpse, authorities said Wednesday. The find was made during excavations of Popoloca Indian ruins in the central state of Puebla.

Zapatistas prepared to confront López Obrador over Maya Train

The Zapatista Army of National Liberation (EZLN) emerged from the rainforests of Chiapas to declare war on the Mexican government 24 years ago. Now, they plan to mount a protest against President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and his Maya Train project.

Mexico's president decrees tax cuts for U.S. border region

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Saturday issued an executive order creating a free zone along the US border as part of a project to win investment, create jobs and reduce migration.

US arrests Jewish sect members for kidnapping children

New York - Four members of an extremist Jewish sect based in Guatemala have been arrested in New York on charges of kidnapping two children, federal prosecutors have said.
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