Mexico Halted 9,622 Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors This Year

Mexican immigration agents have halted 9,622 unaccompanied minors so far this year, a figure equivalent to all of 2013, with the full year anticipated to...
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Mexico Supreme Court Rules States Have No Right to Legislate Cartels

Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled on Tuesday (June 24, 2013) that no state, or the Federal District, may pass local laws targeting organized crime, such as...
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A Boeing Co. Project to Build Three Satellites for Mexico is Complete

A Boeing Co. project to build three satellites for Mexico is complete. And once the final two are sent to space by 2016, the country’s...
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Mexico Faces Its Defining Moment

Less than two years into Enrique Pena Nieto’s presidency, Mexico is implementing an ambitious structural-reform package designed to lift its economy out of a multi-decade...
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Catholic Church Speaks Out Against Reform in Mexico

Mexico’s Catholic Church has launched new offensives against the administration of President Enrique Peña Nieto. The target is his flagship project – a series of...
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Mexico’s Opposition Party Stalls Energy Reform for Political Change

Amid charges of political arm-twisting, an opposition party has held passage of legislation vital to an overhaul of Mexico’s energy sector hostage to its demands...
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US and Mexico Working Together to Stop Flow of Minors Entering the US

President Barack Obama says the U.S. and Mexico can work together to control the flow of unaccompanied minors entering into the U.S. from Mexico.Get our...
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China to Become the Second Largest Buyer of Tequila

Mexico to “conquer new markets” with its national beverage, tequila, with projections indicating that China will be the alcohol’s No. 2 buyer in five years,...
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It Just Got More Expensive to Vandalize a Monument in Mexico

Individuals who harm, alter or decimate archaeological, artistic or historical landmarks in Mexico will face up to 10 years in the slammer under a law...
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The People from Mexico Have Amazing Genetic Diversity

Imagine if people from Kansas and California were as genetically distinct from each other as someone from Germany is from someone from Japan. That’s the...
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Mexico and UK Establish Joint Culture Programs for 2015

British Foreign Secretary William Hague and Mexican partner Jose Antonio Meade signed a joint declaration Wednesday that establishes the framework for parallel culture programs in...
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Mexico City Joins in Banning Animals in Circuses

Mexico City became the latest place in Mexico to ban the use of animals in circuses Monday as the city council voted overwhelmingly for the...
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