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September 25, 2018
FBI statistics: Crime rose in New Mexico during 2017
New Mexicans tired of seeing their state at the top of all the worst national rankings will not be heartened by the FBI’s latest crime statistics, which show the rates of violent crime and property crime increased in 2017. The newly released data show the state again ranked among the most dangerous last year. But...
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A man was arrested Monday in the shooting death of a journalist who worked for the newspaper El Heraldo de Chiapas, and authorities were searching for three other people suspected of having ordered the killing. Luis Alberto Sanchez, a homicide prosecutor in the southern state of Chiapas, said in a video statement posted online that...
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MEXICO CITY – Overcrowding at morgues in Mexico’s western state of Jalisco led authorities to store 157 unidentified bodies in a refrigerated truck near the city of Guadalajara, but complaints about the smell prompted an investigation Monday. Neighbors’ complaints about the truck caused authorities to change its location several times. It went from a morgue...
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ATCO announced today that its Mexican subsidiary, ATCO Energía, will enter Mexico’s wholesale electricity market after receiving approval from the National Center for Energy Control (CENACE) to provide electricity and related services as a Qualified Supplier. ATCO Energía anticipates commencing operations by the end of 2018. “ATCO has a long and proud history of delivering...
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MORELIA, Mexico – Five people died and nine went missing – including several minors – in the overflowing of a river and reservoir in the town of Periban in the southwestern Mexican state of Michoacan as the result of powerful downpours, the state government said. President Enrique Peña Nieto ordered the Interior Secretariat to immediately...
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One man arrested, three others sought in latest killing of a journalist in Mexico
A man was arrested Monday in the shooting death of a journalist who worked for the newspaper El Heraldo de Chiapas, and authorities were searching for three other people suspected of having ordered the killing. Luis Alberto Sanchez, a homicide prosecutor in the southern state of Chiapas, said in a video statement posted online that...
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Venezuela's Maduro accuses Chile, Colombia, Mexico of helping drone attack
Venezuela’s socialist president Nicolas Maduro accused the right-wing governments of Chile, Colombia and Mexico on Monday of helping "terrorists" who tried to kill him during a drone attack in early August. The three countries refuted Venezuela’s accusations that they were linked to the attack, which used drones carrying explosives during a military parade, in the...
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