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Sanctioned Mexican Election Candidate Protests on 20-Foot Wooden Cross

Daily Mail

Independent candidate Rafaela Romo Orozco crucified herself to a wooden cross after being prevented from standing in the local elections in Mexico.

Federal Police Arrest Ex-Commander in Iguala Missing Students Case

Agence France-Presse

Mexican authorities arrested a fugitive former deputy police chief wanted in connection with the disappearance of 43 students who were abducted by his force last year, officials said.

Governor of Jalisco Says New Generation Cartel Infiltrated Municipal Police

El Universal

The National Security Commission will start rotating the members of the Federal Police in Jalisco as part of the government's offensive against organized crime in the state, while the state government will make changes in its police force.

At Least 17 'Confessed' Drug Traffickers Released Under New National Torture Protocol

La Jornada

At least 17 drug traffickers and "confessed" operators of various criminal groups were released after federal courts revoked prison sentences upon confirming that the police and/or military who apprehended them used methods of torture to extract confessions.

Police Rescue Over 100 Migrants Kidnapped By Human Traffickers Near Capital


Mexican police have rescued some 100 undocumented foreigners, including women and children, and arrested a gang of people traffickers trying to extort money from them, officials say.

All-Out War with Jalisco Drug Cartel Threatens Mexico's Economic Power Center

Fox News Latino

The cartel violence that has gripped Mexico in recent weeks is alarming to many in the country who are accustomed to shootouts in more remote outposts like Guerrero or the states that border the United States.

AIDA Americas: Mexico Uses Climate Threat to Justify 'Slum Clearance'

Official plans to relocate residents of shanty towns braced for future landslides and floods spark human rights fears.

New Investigation Unravels Mexican Government Account of How 43 Students Disappeared

Democracy Now!

An explosive new investigation published by The Intercept reveals the untold story of how 43 students disappeared in Mexico on the night of September 26, 2014.

Ayotzinapa Deaths Tied to 'Historical Inequality,' Human Rights Official Says


The case of the 43 students missing from Ayotzinapa, Mexico, is connected to the "historical inequality" in Guerrero state, undersecretary of human rights Roberto Campa Cifrian said.

Four Seasons Resort Questions Tech CEO David Goldberg Accident Report

CBS This Morning

Survey Monkey CEO David Goldberg, husband of Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg, suffered a deadly head injury during a family vacation last Friday. But the Four Seasons resort is raising questions about the circumstances of his death.

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