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Mexican Poet Javier Sicilia Brings Peace Campaign to US

New America Media

With Mexico's presidential elections quickly approaching, Sicilia's message could very well resonate on the U.S. side of the border, where a huge pool of Mexican nationals are eligible to vote in their country's national election.

Mexican Authorities Declare Nonuplets Story a Hoax


Health authorities in Mexico have declared reports that a woman is pregnant with nine babies are a hoax. The story emerged after she provided welfare officials with supposed evidence of the multiple pregnancy, including an ultrasound video.

Mexico Launches Anti-Corruption Law


As shock waves stemming from Wal-Mart's corruption case began to ripple across Mexico, the government on Thursday approved the nation's first anti-corruption law.

Woman with Four Children Prepares to Give Birth to Nine More


A woman in Mexico is due to give birth to nine babies within the next month - six girls and three boys - to add to the four children she already has.

Mexico AG Starts Walmex Probe


Mexican authorities turned up the heat on Wal-Mart Stores Inc's operations in the country, with the attorney general's office announcing a preliminary investigation into whether the retailer bribed officials in order to expand its business.

Truckers Protest Dangerous Double Trailers

Associated Press

U.S. union groups complained for years about dangerous Mexican trucks. Now even Mexicans truckers are fed up.

Calderon Seeks Credit for Migration Drop Across US Border


Mexican President Felipe Calderon thinks he deserves some credit for the dramatic reduction in the flow of Mexican migrants to the United States.

Ancient Remains Stolen in Mexico


The skeleton of one of the first humans to inhabit the Americas has been stolen in Mexico, authorities say, and archaeologists want it back.

Guadalajara Forest Faces Fire, Armed Men, Squatters

Associated Press

Mexico's largest big-city forest park has been devastated by a fire that officials say was set by squatters seeking to take over land and worsened by the presence of armed gangs trying to scare off firefighters.

Veracruz Takes Drug Awareness to Classrooms

The News

The Education Secretary inaugurated a state program in primary schools this week to prevent drug addiction. Throughout the week, more than 800,000 people, including parents, teachers and students are expected to participate in the program.

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