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Lucha Libre: Women Wrestle in on the Action

Al Jazeera

The flamboyant costumes and over the top characters have made wrestling one of the most popular sports in Mexico. Women are now starting to play their part in what was once a male dominated pastime.

Soccer Aid 2012 Injures Stars, Saves Children

Organizer Robbie Williams' England team won back the Soccer Aid trophy on Sunday night, with a 3-1 victory over the Rest of the World in a thrilling match that raised $6.28 million for UNICEF.

Rights Activist Sicilia Rips Mexico's Presidential Campaign


Poet Javier Sicilia, the leader of Mexico's Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity, or MPJD, blasted on Monday the farce represented by the current electoral campaign, considering it "the continuation of violence by other means."

US to Increase Deportations Deeper into Mexico

New America Media

The United States and Mexico are in talks to start deporting undocumented immigrants who have criminal records deeper into Mexico instead of releasing them at the border.

Festival to Support Mexican Indians Draws Major Crowds

Hispanically Speaking News

Thousands of people attended a festival this weekend in Mexico City to show their support for the efforts of the Wixarika Indians to protect their land and learn more about indigenous culture.

Activists Seek Cooler Place for Polar Bear

Al Jazeera

Animal rights activists have stepped up their campaign to urge authorities to move a polar bear in Mexico to another country with a more appropriate environment for an animal from the Arctic.

Activist Javier Sicilia to Meet with Presidential Candidates


Poet and human rights activist Javier Sicilia plans to meet with Mexico's four presidential candidates this week to lay out the position of his Movement for Peace with Justice and Dignity, or MPJD, on security and victims of violence.

Vote From Abroad Re-Launches

Votes from Abroad

Americans living abroad number in the millions. With elections being decided by microscopic margins, the importance of overseas votes has never been more obvious.

Weakened Bud Brushes Mexico's Pacific Coast

Associated Press

Driving rain pelted Mexico's Pacific coast early Saturday as a weakened Tropical Storm Bud moved by a string of laid-back beach resorts and small mountain villages south of Puerto Vallarta.

30,000 March for More Security in Guadalajara

BBC News

Around 30,000 people have been holding a peace march in the Mexican city of Guadalajara. Dressed in white and walking in silence, participants demanded increased security for the city's residents.

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