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1st phase of Mexican solar project to be operating in April

PUERTO PEÑASCO, Mexico (AP) — In April, Mexico plans to power up the first phase of a huge solar energy project near a beach town...
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Zoo director in Mexico killed and cooked zoo’s pygmy goats for an end-of-year banquet

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The former director of a zoo in southern Mexico killed four of the zoo’s pygmy goats and served them up at...
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Did the United States Government work with Mexican cartels to import drugs? Yes, according to a congressman in Mexico

"I maintain that the United States government decides which narco to favor so that it supplies the country with drugs," explains Mexican politician, PT Deputy...
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Crime in Mexico: Homicides continue to rise in the first month of 2023

Crime in Mexico during the month of January 2023, 74 people were murdered daily in Mexico, exceeding the daily averages for December (73) and November...
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US sanctions Mexican international cartel lieutenant

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The U.S. Treasury Department announced sanctions Monday on an international operator for the Sinaloa drug cartel whose activities span the globe....
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Mexico outsources justice in its most high-profile cases to the United States

The Federal Prosecutor’s Office for the Eastern District of New York has become an outsourcing agency for the Mexican government, since at least in the...
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With new explosion and 249 minutes of tremors in the last 24-hours, warning about Mexico’s most dangerous volcano is issued

In the last 24 hours, at least 128 exhalations, 249 minutes of tremors, a minor explosion, and a volcanotectonic earthquake have been recorded, which is...
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They find 57 teenage migrants crammed into a truck near the US border

Immigration authorities in Mexico said they found 57 migrant Guatemalan teenagers crammed into a trailer on a highway near the US border on Thursday. According...
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More than half of the people surveyed say that cartels in their communities make them feel safer

A study carried out in the cities of Culiacán, Mazatlán and Los Mochis revealed that before the “Culiacanazo” almost half of the Sinaloans surveyed thought...
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At least 28,900 people fled their homes in Mexico in 2021 forced by violence

In April 2021, 204 people fled their homes in the municipality of Cotija, in Michoacán, after members of a criminal group broke into their homes...
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American woman died after falling from a building in Mexico City

A woman identified as Anna died on the morning of January 23 after falling from a balcony located in a building in the Nápoles neighborhood,...
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Blockade in the hotel zone of Cancun caused tourists to walk miles to the airport

Taxi drivers imposed a blockade at the accesses to the hotel zone of Cancun, Quintana Roo, for which hundreds of tourists and locals had to...
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In Mexico, a reporter published a story. The next day he was shot dead

MEXICO CITY, Jan 21 (Reuters) – Just after sunset on Thursday, February 10th, two men in a white Dodge Ram pickup pulled up in front...
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U.S. authorities handed over a key suspect in the 2014 disappearance of 43 college students to Mexico

MEXICO CITY (AP) — U.S. authorities handed over a key suspect in the 2014 disappearance of 43 college students to Mexico after the man was...
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Alleged drug traffickers shoot at US drone at the Arizona border

Security cameras on the border in Arizona, Phoenix, captured the moment when alleged members of the criminal cell "Los Chapitos" tried to shoot down a...
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“They are a plague”… “Don’t come”… What some Mexicans really think about Americans moving to Mexico

In 2019, the Mexican authorities reported 780,000 Americans living in Mexico, and according to the US State Department, during the pandemic, there are 1.7 million...
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64% of people living in Mexico feel unsafe, down 1% from 2022

two-thirds of the population aged 18 and over considered living in their city unsafe, according to the National Survey of Urban Public Safety (ENSU) that...
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American Elliot Blair’s death in Mexico declared an accident, family says it was a brutal murder

Elliot Blair, a US citizen, died in Mexico under conditions that have caused controversy due to the contradictory versions of events. The Attorney General of...
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Brutal cartel leader El Chapo complains about mistreatment, wants to return to Mexico

Rodríguez says that El Chapo is subjected to "psychological torture" in ADX Florence, the maximum security prison where the former leader of the Sinaloa Cartel...
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Acapulco, the second most violent city in the world

Acapulco with 110.5 homicides per 100,000 inhabitants, is ranked the second most violent city in the world, according to a ranking by the international consulting...
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