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Mexico's central bank chief resigns as peso plunges

Mexico - Mexico's central bank chief Agustin Carstens resigned Thursday, officials said, as the peso continued a decline that has accelerated since Donald Trump's victory in last month's US presidential election.

32 bodies, 9 human heads found in Mexico mass graves

Mexico - Authorities have exhumed 32 bodies and nine heads from several clandestine graves in a southern Mexican state plagued by kidnappings, murders and drug cartel turf wars, officials said Thursday.

Dino-killing crater shows clues about Ice Age sea level

Mexico - The massive underwater crater left by the asteroid that exterminated the dinosaurs has provided new evidence that sea levels were much lower during the last Ice Age, researchers said.

Turning other cheek, Mexican president vows Trump talks

- Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto said Saturday his government will seek a dialogue with US President-elect Donald Trump, who infuriated Mexicans with vitriolic attacks on their country and its people during his campaign.

Op-Ed: Mr. Trump needs to get his story right on Ford Motor Co.

President-elect Donald Trump is claiming he is responsible for Ford Motor Company keeping an assembly plant in Kentucky and not moving it to Mexico. Actually, Ford never said it was moving the plant.

Mexican pyramid built like a 'Russian nesting doll'

Mexico - Experts have discovered a third structure within the Kukulkan pyramid in eastern Mexico, revealing that it was built like a "Russian nesting doll," experts said Wednesday.

Mexico urges migrants in US to 'stay calm'

Mexico - Days after Donald Trump vowed to deport undocumented migrants with criminal records, Mexico's government told its citizens in the United States to "stay calm" and launched a hotline to report "incidents.

Mexico to discuss deportations with Trump team

Mexico - Mexico's government said Monday it will discuss with US President-elect Donald Trump's incoming administration his plan to jail or deport millions of undocumented migrants with criminal records.

Mexico moves to help migrants after Trump win

Mexico - Mexico is scrambling to ready its diplomats in the United States to handle millions of undocumented migrants' potential needs following Donald Trump's election, its foreign ministry said.

The fears of the undocumented in the time of Trump

Los Angeles - When would-be immigrants Bernardino and Samuel got word in Mexico of the election of Donald Trump, they immediately gave up their plans to cross illegally into the United States.

Spike in illegal border crossings from Mexico: US

Washington - The number of migrants illegally entering the United States from Mexico jumped more than 16 percent in October, US officials said on Thursday.

Mexican ex-governor turns himself in on fraud charges

Mexico - A former Mexican governor wanted on allegations of tax fraud and money laundering turned himself in on Thursday to appear before a judge in the capital.

Canada, Mexico ready to talk about NAFTA with US

Ottawa - Canada and Mexico agreed Thursday to US President-elect Donald Trump's demand to have a fresh look at their tripartite 22-year-old free trade pact, fearing they could be shut out of the US market.

Mexican president to meet Trump to set ‘new phase’ in ties

Mexico - Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto reached out to US President-elect Donald Trump on Wednesday, agreeing to meet with the Republican billionaire whose anti-immigrant rhetoric has infuriated Mexicans.

Costa Rica busts narco ring linked to Mexican kingpin

San Jos - Costa Rican police on Wednesday arrested 14 suspects when they busted a drug-running ring linked to Mexico's Sinaloa Cartel, the network formerly run by jailed kingpin Joaquin "Chapo" Guzman, officials said.

Mexico braces for powerful winds of 'Hurricane Trump'

Mexico - Mexico's central bank chief warned back in September that a Donald Trump victory in the US election would hit his country like a powerful storm.

Mexico reaches out to Trump, but won't pay for wall

Mexico - Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said Wednesday he was ready to work with Donald Trump but the country's foreign minister reiterated the government's refusal to pay for his planned border wall.

Mexican drug lord appeals US extradition

Mexico - The Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman filed an appeal on Tuesday to prevent his extradition to the United States, which the government hopes to carry out in early 2017.

Mexican drug lord set to appeal US extradition

Mexico - Lawyers for Mexican drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman could file on Tuesday an appeal to prevent his extradition to the United States, arguing he could face the death penalty.

Mexican official seeks tax fraud probe against Trump

Mexico - A Mexican official pressed the authorities Friday to investigate whether US presidential candidate Donald Trump committed tax fraud in a failed condominium project in Tijuana.

Body left hanging on bridge in Mexico's Tijuana

Tijuana - A man was found hanging under a pedestrian bridge in Tijuana, a Mexican city bordering the United States where drug-related violence has resurged, authorities said Thursday.

Next president must act fast on Colorado River water supply cuts

The next president of the U.S., whoever it may be, will have to act fast to help the Colorado River continue serving millions of city-dwellers, farmers, Indian tribes and recreational users in the Southwestern U.S.

Life imitates cinema in Mexico City's Day of the Dead parade

Mexico - Thousands thronged downtown Mexico City on Saturday for a "traditional" indigenous procession held for the first time this year, inspired by a hit Hollywood movie.

Rancher yearns for Trump wall on US-Mexico border

Arivaca - To many, Donald Trump's pledge to build a wall along the US-Mexico border is unrealistic. But for Jim Chilton, it's the only way he'll get a good night's sleep.

$460 million, 300 weapons seized in global raids: Interpol

Lyon - More than $460 million and some 300 weapons have been seized, mainly in Mexico, in a global anti-smuggling operation, Interpol said Tuesday.

Mexico held 20,000 child migrants in 2015: authorities

Mexico - Mexico detained more than 20,000 unaccompanied child migrants, mostly from Central America, in 2015, authorities said on Monday.

Inspired by 007, Mexico to hold Day of Dead parade

Mexico - The opening scene of the movie "Spectre" shows James Bond chasing a bad guy through a Day of the Dead parade in Mexico City -- except there has never been such a procession.But life is about to imitate art.

Mexican judge backs drug lord Guzman's US extradition

Mexico - Mexico's government moved closer on Thursday to its goal of extraditing notorious drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman to the United States by February, after a judge rejected an appeal.

In Mexico, beers and cheers during Clinton-Trump debate

Mexico - Every time Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump said "Mexico" during their final presidential debate, pints of beer were raised at a restaurant south of the border called Pinche Gringo BBQ.

Mexico seeks ex-governor accused of corruption

Mexico - The Mexican authorities are seeking to arrest a former governor who has disappeared as he faces charges of organized crime and money laundering, officials said Wednesday.
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