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Mexican Day Care Wins United Nations Award

Rumbo de Mexico

On Thursday, the United Nations announced that Mexico's state-run day care program, "Programa de Estancias Infantiles," won second place in the 2012 UN Public Service Awards.

Mothers of Missing March on Their Day

Associated Press

Dozens of Mexican women have spent the day on which their country celebrates mothers by demanding that authorities find their missing sons and daughters - most whom have disappeared in drug-torn regions.

The PTA Arrives in Mexico's Schools

Christian Science Monitor

Parent-teacher associations are the face of the US public school system, but it is only recently that parents are starting to penetrate the hallways of Mexico's schools.

Mexico Launches National Tsunami Warning System

Agence France-Presse

The Mexican government this week launched a national tsunami system to monitor quakes around the world that could impact the country’s coastline, the Interior Ministry said.

Obama Gay Marriage Support Seen as World Precedent

Associated Press

President Barack Obama's announcement that he supports gay marriage has boosted the hopes of gay rights groups around the world that other leaders will follow the president's example.

G20 Youth Summit Opens in Puebla

Prensa Latina

At the opening of the G20 Youth Summit, the Mexican Foreign Minister Patricia Espinosa invited the young attendees to exchange ideas and proposals on a planet that does not support unilateral solutions to the problems afflicting it.

Mexican Topless Candidate Sparks Debate

Associated Press

Social networking sites are buzzing with debate over a Mexican congressional candidate who released a campaign poster showing herself topless.

3.8 Earthquake Strikes Baja

Associated Press

The National Earthquake Center in Golden, Colo., says a preliminary magnitude 3.8 earthquake struck Baja, Mexico, early Wednesday morning about 36 miles southwest of San Luis, Ariz.

Robbie Williams Visits Mexico With UNICEF


Robbie Williams was in Mexico with UNICEF recently, making a short film about some of the city's most vulnerable children that will be shown during Soccer Aid.

More Children Crossing US-MEX Border Illegally

The Wall Street Journal

The jump comes as illegal immigration is down sharply overall, thanks to declining immigration from Mexico paired with a rising number of people returning south from the US.

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