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Thousands Protest to Demand Reinstatement of Fired Mexican Journalist Aristegui


A Mexican broadcaster has fired one of the country's most prestigious journalists and set off a firestorm over freedom of expression and the press.

Miguel Herrera Warns Mexico Against Overconfidence with Gold Cup Soccer Draw


Mexico has what looks like an easy passage to the Gold Cup quarterfinals this July, but coach Miguel Herrera is rightly redoubling efforts to make sure nothing is taken for granted.

Homes Wanted for Wild Animals as Mexico Bans Them from Circuses


Mexico is searching for homes for at least 2,000 tigers, elephants, giraffes, zebras and other exotic beasts that will soon be banned from the country's circuses.

Leading Mexican Journalist Carmen Aristegu Fired by Radio Station

A Mexican media company has fired one of the country’s leading journalists whose investigative team broke an alleged conflict of interest story involving the acquisition of a mansion by the wife of President Enrique Pena Nieto.

First UN Peacekeepers from Mexico Set to Deploy to Haiti, Western Sahara


Mexico is set to incorporate its first military personnel into United Nations peacekeeping operations in Haiti and Western Sahara.

Government Says It May Pay Thousands to Families of Army-Slayings Victims

Fox News Latino

A Mexican government commission for victims' rights may pay tens of thousands of dollars in reparations to relatives of those killed in the army's June 30 slaying of criminal suspects after most of them had surrendered.

Mummy Mystery Lingers on as Fog, Snow Blankets Daunting Mexico Peak

Agence France-Presse

A storm has delayed an expedition to recover the two mummified corpses discovered last week, raising concerns that the remains could be lost again on the 18,400-foot volcano, also known as Citlaltepetl.

Pena Nieto Makes 2 Controversial Posts to Top of Mexico's Justice System

CCTV America

The country recently named the controversial former ruling party Senator, Arely Gomez Gonzalez, to hold Mexico's highest law enforcement post as attorney general, and conservative politician, Eduardo Medina Mora, as judge on Mexico's Supreme Court.

Pacific Coast Faces Unusually Heavy March Rain, Flooding This Weekend


A non-tropical system developing in the eastern Pacific Ocean will unload drenching rain into Mexico and threatening flooding during this weekend.

Chiapas Politician Accused of Trying to Buy Votes with Discount Booze


A candidate for mayor of the southern Mexican border city of Tapachula has stirred a nationwide controversy by distributing a "People's Card" that entitles the bearer to discounts at local businesses, including bars.

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