|Jalisco State Prosecutor Accuses Prison Inmates of Telephone Fraud in US|
Inmates in a maximum security jail carried out a complex telephone scam that defrauded Mexicans living in the U.S. of tens of thousands of dollars by pretending their family members had been kidnapped.
|Building Under Construction Collapses in Mexico City, at Least Six Dead, Nine Injured|
Part of a building under construction collapsed in Mexico City on Monday, trapping workers underneath concrete beams and leaving at least six people dead and nine injured, officials said.
|Leftist Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador Tells US to Stay Out of Mexican Elections|
Mexico’s leading left-wing presidential candidate Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador wants a respectful, working relationship with the United States should he be elected, but also said it should keep its distance during elections.
|PGR Captures Jalisco New Generation Cartel Leader 'El Terrible'|
Mexico’s Attorney General’s Office said it arrested a leader of the Jalisco New Generation Cartel, identified by Mexican outlets as Ivan "El Terrible" Margarito Esquivel Garcia.
|Indigenous Opposed to New Discriminatory Communications Law in Mexico|
Indigenous and community radio organizations warned about the possible approval last week of a Communications Law that they say amounts to discrimination.
|No Longer Just a Transit Country, Many Central American Immigrants Are Now Fleeing to Mexico|
Central American immigrants are no longer just trying to get to the United States. Many are now fleeing to Mexico to escape violence in their home countries. But the path to "paradise" is becoming increasing dangerous.
|In First, President Pena Nieto Meets with Venezuelan Opposition Activist|
Mexico’s President Enrique Pena Nieto received a leading Venezuelan opposition activist for the first time, in a policy shift that reflects Mexico’s increasing assertiveness against the government of Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro.
|Army Now Allowing UN and US to Observe Opium Poppy Eradication Efforts|
For the first time in at least a decade, Mexico’s army is allowing the United States and the United Nations to observe opium poppy eradication, a step toward deeper cooperation to fight heroin traffickers.
|Chiapas Activists Mobilize Against Trump with This '100% Zapatista' Coffee|
If you’re interested in trying the delicious brew, keep in mind that this Zapatista coffee tastes better if you drink it while resisting.
|Human Rights Commission Says Final Count of Clandestine Graves Remain a Mystery|
The Associated Press
The commission has recommended that national databases be compiled of clandestine graves and DNA samples from the bodies found, to try to match them with missing people.
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