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Parents of Missing Mexican Students Ask Local Drug Gang for Help in Search

International Business Times

Some of the parents of the 43 Mexican students missing since Sept. 26 last year are now seeking assistance from the leader of a drug gang to find out what happened to their sons.

Matamoros Becomes Ground Zero as Drug War Shifts on Mexican Border

Matamoros had a reputation as a laid back border town and was relatively quiet when NPR paid a visit last year. Now, a feud between rival drug gangs keeps citizens inside and visitors away.

Family Members Say Many of Juarez 'Femicides' Cases Still Unsolved


The Attorney General of the State of Chihuahua says 90 percent of the cases of women murdered because of their 'gender' are solved, but relatives of the missing doubt that it's true.

Mexico Quietly Placed Archives Related to Its 'Dirty War' Under Lock and Key


Mexico's government has silently implemented a law blocking public access to archival documents related to the country's Dirty War, which left thousands of political dissidents, students, and activists dead or disappeared in the 1960s, 70s, and early 80s.

Former Mexican President Fox Has a Message for 2016 US Presidential Hopefuls

The Daily Signal

In an interview with The Daily Signal, Vicente Fox said candidates running for president should focus on what he described as income inequality in the United States, making NAFTA work better and having a strong foreign policy.

Sinaloa Cop Suspended After Video of Him Shooting a Crocodile Surfaces

A police officer in Mexico has been suspended after a video showing him shoot a crocodile with a machine gun surfaced.

Green Is Good as Mexican PRI Ruling Party Seeks Allies to Keep Power


Rosario Saito, a nursing student, plans to vote for Mexico’s Green Party in June’s congressional elections because she has no faith in the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party, or PRI. It’s an attitude that should ensure the PRI holds on to power.

Twice Denied US Visa, Mexican Transplant Patient Given Humanitarian Pass

Fox News Latino

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security gave a 90-day humanitarian pass to a 20-year-old Mexican man seeking a double heart and liver transplant, his mother said Monday.

Immigrant Drownings Along Mexico's Rio Grande Spike After US Enforcement Surge

The Associated Press

Immigrants, desperate to avoid detection at a time of increased patrols, are choosing more dangerous and remote crossings from Mexico into South Texas.

In Mexico City, Photojournalist Recruits Volunteers for a 'War' Against Cartels

CCTV America

A veteran photojournalist found a way to portray a different picture for the young people growing up in the Iztapalapa district.

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