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Over 200 Cases of Dengue Fever in Tamaulipas State

Action 4 News

Officials have confirmed that there are 236 cases of Dengue fever in the Mexican state of Tamaulipas. The most infected areas are Tampico, Altamira and Reynosa.

Tropical Storm Helene Weakens in Northern Mexico

Brownsville Herald

UPDATE: Aug 18 - Tropical Storm Helene made landfall off the Gulf of Mexico on Saturday and weakened into a tropical depression as it plowed up Mexico's east coast. As it weakened, tropical storm warnings were discontinued.

Mexican Army Showcases High-Tech Training Facility


Mexico's army offered members of the media a tour of its most state-of-the-art training facility, including an up-close look at an exclusive virtual simulation system that soldiers must master prior to live firearms drills.

Recent Arrests in Veracruz Met With Skepticism

New York Times

The local authorities in Veracruz State declared the case closed. Members of a drug gang had confessed to the murders of three photojournalists and a newspaper publicist. But as soon as the arrests were announced, questions began to surface.

Govt Stops Publishing Data on Crime-Related Deaths


The Mexican government will not continue to release statistics on the number of homicides related to organized crime, leading critics to accuse the administration of withholding the data for political reasons.

Road Accidents Kill 16,000 Annually in Mexico


At least 16,000 people are killed every year in traffic accidents with up to US$11.54 billion in property damage, said Mexican Health Minister Salomon Chertorivsky.

President Calderon Congratulates Olympians


Mexican Olympic medalists met with President Felipe Calderon in Mexico City after their participation in the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Mexicans Fleeing Violence Form New Group in US


Mexicans forced to flee violence and threats back home are banding together to create a new group in the United States called "Mexicans in Exile."

Mexico Peace Caravan Pushes Into Arizona

Democracy NOW!

A peace caravan led by Mexican activists continues its month-long journey across the United States to call for an end of the U.S.-backed drug war. Javier Sicilia joins us from the tour, which has stopped in Phoenix, Arizona.

Nieto to Deploy Military Until 2014 Says Congressman


A Mexican congressman recently asserted that under president-elect Enrique Pena Nieto, the military will remain on Mexico's streets until at least 2014.

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