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Mexican Journalists Hold Solidarity March

Journalists have led a solidarity protest march in Mexico City for three photojournalists killed in the gulf state of Veracruz. Reporters and supporters of the media held photos of the slain journalists during Friday's march.

7 Things You May Not Know About Cinco de Mayo

Cinco de Mayo, which takes place this Saturday, has become enormously popular in the United States, often serving as a reason to throw a "gran fiesta." Yet despite its ubiquity, the holiday remains widely misunderstood.

Mexico Seeks to Protect Journalists, Rights Activists


The lower house of the Mexican Congress approved a bill that includes urgent measures to protect journalists and human rights defenders.

Blood Found on 2,000-Year-Old Stone Knives

Fox News Latino

It is the first conclusive evidence of use of stone implements in human sacrifice. Experts in Mexico have found blood cells and fragments of muscle, tendon, skin and hair on 2,000-year-old stone knives.

5 Earthquakes Rock Western & Southern Mexico


Five moderate-to-strong earthquakes shook parts of western and southern Mexico today, the U.S. Geological Survey reports. There were no reports of injuries or damage.

Mexico Soccer vs Politics Spat Getting Ugly

Associated Press

Mexico's scheduling conflict between a presidential candidates' debate and a soccer quarterfinals match got ugly Tuesday, amid accusations of skullduggery, greed and authoritarianism.

Mexico Congress Backs Victims of Drug War Bill


Mexico's lower house of congress has approved a bill that will require the federal government to provide financial support to victims of the country's brutal gang violence.

Rains Help to Cool Down Dry Season

The News

The Tabasco State Forest Commission (Comesfor) reported that sugar farmers in the state have practiced field burning, on 9,000 hectares of farmland this dry season.

Hundreds Fall Ill After Children's Day Festival Near Acapulco

Huffington Post

Mexican authorities say a festival celebrating Children's Day went badly wrong and more than 200 youngsters were sickened after eating apparently rotten food in a village near the Pacific resort of Acapulco.

Hundreds of Teenage Girls March in Ball Gowns for Mass Quinceanera

Daily Mail UK

Hundreds of girls celebrating their fifteenth birthdays attended a mass 'Quinceanera' celebration in Mexico City Saturday, a tradition dating back to the Spanish colonial era.

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