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Suspect Charged in Death of Common-Law Wife in Baja's First 'Femicide' Case

U-T San Diego

Feminist groups in Baja California are hailing the prosecution as an important step in protecting women in the state.

Burning of Judas: A Mexican Easter Holy Week Tradition Gets Political

Agence France-Presse

During Holy Week in Mexico there are always processions and prayers, traditionally observed by worshipers across the country. But lesser-known traditions also persist, such as burning Judas figures as a means of overcoming evil.

Caravana 43: Families of Mexico's Missing Students Seek Aid During US Visit

People's World

Families and friends from Ayotzinapa in the state of Guerrero, Mexico, have expanded their call to the Mexican government to return their sons and fellow students to them, by participating in a month-long 43-city "Caravana 43" across the U.S.

Vota Mexico: Political Parties Begin Official Campaign for June Elections


Mexico's political parties are ready to begin the first official day of the legislative and local elections campaign. The elections will be held on June 7. Mexicans will elect 500 federal deputies, nine governors and 900 mayors.

Search Continues for 3 Missing After Deadly Fire on Mexico Oil Rig


Three people remain missing after this week's deadly fire on an Mexican oil platform in the Gulf of Mexico, a blaze that left at least four workers dead.

Questions Arise Over Mexico's Upcoming National Circus Animal Ban

Al Jazeera America News

A ban on wild animals in circus acts is due to start in three months time, leaving many in the industry in limbo.

Over 9,000 Mexican Military Personnel Receive United States Training Since 2009


Over the past five years, US military advisers trained more than 9,000 Mexican military personnel as part of a security cooperation program between the United States and Mexico aimed at fighting organized crime and drug trafficking.

Mass Killing of Dogs at Hands of 'Mataperros' Alarms Hermosillo Residents

Latin Dispatch

More than 60 dogs - many of them pets - have been poisoned to death in the last few weeks in the Mexican city of Hermosillo, leading to demands for an inquiry from animal rights activists.

Police Throw Rocks at Students on Bus from the Ayotzinapa Teachers' College


Protesters throwing rocks at police is not uncommon in many parts of the world. But in Mexico, it’s the police that’s throwing rocks at protesters.

Most of Mexico to Spring Forward with Daylight Saving Time on Sunday

The Mazatlan Messenger

Daylight saving time (DST) will begin in Mexico on April 5, the first Sunday in April, except for the municipalities located less than 20 kilometers from the USA border, and the states of Sonora and Quintana Roo.

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