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Mexico News

Director of Mexican children's shelter skirts prosecution

- Mexico will not prosecute the elderly director of a shelter where abuses of children allegedly ran rampant, as she has dementia, Justice Minister Jesus Murillo Karam said.
In the Media by AFP

White House was warned about children crossing border for years

Washington - The administration has been warned repeatedly since before 2012 over the rise of unaccompanied minors from Central America flooding the southern border and overwhelming US immigration services.
In the Media by Larry Clifton - 7 comments

Op-Ed: Gun-fire on the Rio Grande — What are we going to do about it?

Border Patrol agents on the U.S. side of the Rio Grande River, across from Reynosa, Mexico had to duck for cover Friday night as high-caliber rifle fire from the Mexican side of the river sent bullets ricocheting into an area where they were positioned.
In the Media by Karen Graham - 2 comments

Mexico begins moving children out of squalid shelter

Mexican authorities moved 161 children and six adults out of a shelter where investigators say hundreds of minors were kept in squalid conditions and subjected to abuse.
In the Media by Ulises Zamarroni (AFP)

Mexico starts moving children out of squalid shelter

Zamora - Mexican authorities began Saturday moving children out of a shelter where investigators say hundreds of minors were kept in squalid conditions and subjected to physical and sexual abuse.
In the Media by AFP

Inside Mexican shelter, a world of fear and abuse

Zamora - A nauseating smell of rotting food and excrement hangs in the air inside the Mexican shelter where authorities say hundreds of children lived in squalor and endured physical and sexual abuse.
In the Media by Carola Sole (AFP)

Poor Mexican parents rue handing children to shelter

Zamora - Overwhelmed and impoverished, Maria Evelia Zamora tried to give her son a better life at The Big Family, but now regrets sending him to the Mexican shelter accused of large-scale child abuse.
In the Media by Carola Sole (AFP)

Mexico bans TV ads for high-calorie foods and soft drinks

Mexican officials are banning ads for any sort of food that is high in caloric content. Many believe that this is due to new health figures on BMI that place Mexico at the top on obesity charts.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

Parents tell horror stories of abuse at Mexico shelter

Zamora - Parents of some of the 458 children rescued from a squalid shelter in western Mexico told horror stories after authorities raided it over alleged sexual assaults and other abuses.
In the Media by Ulises Zamarroni (AFP)

Parents tell horror stories of abuse at Mexico shelter

Zamora - Parents of some of the 458 children rescued from a squalid shelter in western Mexico told horror stories Wednesday after authorities raided it over alleged sexual assaults and other abuses.
In the Media by Ulises Zamarroni (AFP)

Mexican police find hundreds, mainly children, living in squalor

- Mexican authorities Tuesday found nearly 600 people, most of them children, living in squalid conditions amid rats and insects in a residential facility.
In the Media by AFP

Newborn baby among dead as quake hits Mexico, Guatemala

A strong 6.9-magnitude earthquake rocked southern Mexico and Guatemala on Monday killing at least three people -- including a newborn baby at a hospital -- and injuring dozens.The quake, initially measured at a magnitude of 7.
In the Media by AFP

At least two dead as quake hits Mexico, Guatemala

A strong 6.9-magnitude earthquake rocked parts of southern Mexico and Guatemala on Monday, killing at least two people and injuring more than 40 others.The US Geological Survey said the quake -- initially measured at a magnitude of 7.
In the Media by AFP

Op-Ed: Facts and myths about illegal immigration

Washington, D. C. - Once again the sideshow distraction that occurs along the US-Mexican border is gripping the headlines. It’s time for Americans to receive a reality check about the myths and facts of illegal immigration.
In the Media by Justin King - 30 comments

Stolen radioactive material recovered in Mexico

- The theft of a vehicle in Mexico containing a potentially deadly radioactive material briefly raised alarm Friday -- but the container was found with no leak or harm to the population.
In the Media by AFP

Immigrant children pose humanitarian crisis for US

Los Angeles - A massive wave of immigrant children flooding into the United States across Mexico's border is posing a growing humanitarian crisis, and escalating into a political one.
In the Media by Sara Puig (AFP) - 4 comments

Mexican operators recycled 350,000 phones in a year

A program formed collectively by the Mexican mobile phone operators in October 2013 has enabled the recycling of nearly 350,000 used mobile phones in the country to date, it has emerged today.
In the Media by James Walker

Louis van Gaal's tactical alterations guides Holland past Mexico

Miguel Herrera’s Mexico transitioned into one of the brightest facets of the World Cup following two impressive performances against group favourites Brazil and Croatia.
In the Media by Tyrrell Meertins

Thousands get gay pride in gear at Mexico City march

- More than 50,000 people paraded, danced and called for an end to homophobia in Mexico City's gay pride march.
In the Media by AFP

Mexico arrests high-profile vigilante leader

- Mexican officials on Friday announced the arrest Jose Manuel Mireles, the face of a powerful anti-crime vigilante group in the western state of Michoacan.
In the Media by Katia Lemus (AFP)

Mexico captures leader of Tijuana cartel

Mexico - Mexican troops have arrested the head of the Tijuana drug cartel, who for years had eluded capture by US and Mexican justice, officials said Tuesday.
In the Media by AFP

Skulls found inside teddy bears at Mexico airport

Mexico - Inspectors discovered two skulls and other human remains hidden inside teddy bears at a Mexico City airport shipping company.
In the Media by AFP - 2 comments

Child's death sparks nationwide anti-bullying campaign in Mexico

Mexico - When four students from the Mexican state of Tamaulipas attacked 12-year-old Hector Alejandro Mendez, they had no idea the ripples they would make throughout their country. However, the actions of these school bullies sparked a nationwide movement.
In the Media by Scott Tuttle

Mexico arrests son of alleged drug lord

Arteaga - Mexican federal police captured a 22 year-old man who identified himself as the son of Servando "La Tuta" Gomez Martinez, leader of the Knights Templar cartel, officials said.
In the Media by AFP - 1 comment

Biden to discuss child migrants on Guatemala visit

Guatemala City - US Vice President Joe Biden travels to Guatemala on Friday to discuss the growing numbers of unaccompanied minors from Central America and Mexico illegally trying to cross the US border.
In the Media by Edgar Calderon (AFP)

Mexican drug cartels stay ahead of patrols with spy gear

Mexican cartel lookouts are using both mundane and some advanced technology to tip off their partners. The complicated U.S. border situation has just gotten a bit more complicated.
In the Media by Walter McDaniel

Mexico's defensive organization stifles Brazil

The key component in Mexico’s impressive group stage results thus far has been their pressing and defensive organization.
In the Media by Tyrrell Meertins

VIDEO: The best save of the World Cup, thanks to Mexico's Ochoa

Soccer fans were treated to what is likely the best save of the World Cup...so far. Mexico's Guillermo Ochoa soared across the goal-line to save a spot-on header from Brazil's Neymar. Video of the stunning save is going viral.
In the Media by David Silverberg - 1 comment

Mexico exploit gaps of space in midfield to sink Cameroon

On paper, Cameroon possess the weakest squad in Group A, and their opening match display against Mexico has justified that belief. The Mexican’s were better with the ball, defended superbly as a unit, and created more clear-cut chances.
In the Media by Tyrrell Meertins

Hurricane Cristina forms off coast of Mexico

Washington - Tropical storm Cristina has strengthened into a hurricane off the southwest coast of Mexico, the US National Hurricane Center said Wednesday.
In the Media by AFP
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Colourful boats hired for many fun ocassions on Floating Gardens of Xochimilco  Mexico.
Colourful boats hired for many fun ocassions on Floating Gardens of Xochimilco, Mexico.
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Zapatista Army of National Liberation march in silence  December 21  2012
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Zapatista Army of National Liberation march in silence, December 21, 2012
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A Great White shark off the Mexican coast
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A Great White shark off the Mexican coast
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Maize in Mexico.
ETC Group
Maize in Mexico.
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Micheal Hanrahan
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Ball court wall  Chichen Itza.
Ball court wall, Chichen Itza.
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Every step and angle of the Temple of Kukulkan has scientific or spiritual meaning.
Every step and angle of the Temple of Kukulkan has scientific or spiritual meaning.
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Templo de los Guerreros
Templo de los Guerreros
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Reproduction of Leon Trocky images from the times of Russian Revolution  Leon Trocky Museum  Coyoac...
Reproduction of Leon Trocky images from the times of Russian Revolution, Leon Trocky Museum, Coyoacán, Mexico City.
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Officials transporting unknown drug trafficking suspect.
Photo by Knight Foundation
Officials transporting unknown drug trafficking suspect.
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South Afrika Vs. Mexico in Berlin with Corona beer and Die Fraktion
South Afrika Vs. Mexico in Berlin with Corona beer and Die Fraktion
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A still from one of the films.
Amnesty International
A still from one of the films.
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Federal police patrol downtown in Morelia  in the Mexican state of Michoacan
With permission by Reuters /Alan Ortega
Federal police patrol downtown in Morelia, in the Mexican state of Michoacan
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Detail from The Arsenal  1928  by Diego Rivera. The work  painted for the Mexican Ministry Of Educat...
Detail from The Arsenal, 1928, by Diego Rivera. The work, painted for the Mexican Ministry Of Education in 1928 to promote national pride and culture, clearly reflects the artist's passion for politics. Frida Kahlo is depicted in the center of the work, handing out weapons to peasants. If Rivera was dedicated to the vision of Mexico enjoying a socialist future, then he found his equal in Frida Kahlo, whose background and education provided a solid grounding for political engagement.
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Drug smugglers jack up a fence along the boarder between Mexico and the United States  smuggling bac...
Screen Capture
Drug smugglers jack up a fence along the boarder between Mexico and the United States, smuggling backpacks full of drugs into the country.
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On the ferry to Cozumel.
On the ferry to Cozumel.
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Due to the large number of fragments found  the archaeologists believe that food for many people was...
INAH - Gov't of Mexico
Due to the large number of fragments found, the archaeologists believe that food for many people was prepared at this place.
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