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’Restoring Peace Is Country’s Top Priority,’ Promises President Pena Nieto


President Enrique Pena Nieto on Saturday called for Mexico to redouble efforts against violence, saying that restoring peace to the nation is the biggest demand of society and top priority of his government.

Four Dead After Tropical Storm Lidia Slams Into Baja California Peninsula

The Associated Press

Tropical Storm Lidia flooded streets and homes, stranded tourists and left at least four people dead as it lashed resorts and cities on Mexico’s Baja California peninsula with heavy rains.

New Federal Police Division Created to Protect Mexico’s Cultural Heritage

Deutsche Welle

The head of the National Gendarmerie said that the new division of the Federal Police would recruit officers with knowledge of archaeology and art to tackle thefts and looting of cultural artifacts.

President Pena Nieto Likens Leftist Candidate Lopez Obrador to Venezuela’s Maduro

Thomson Reuters

Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto likened the front-runner for next year’s presidential election to Venezuelan leftist leaders in an interview this week, suggesting the opposition candidate could unleash economic chaos if he wins office.

It Didn’t End Well When Competing Muggers Tried To Rob the Same CDMX Bus

BuzzFeed News

Two competing muggers are dead after running into each other trying to rob riders on a public transportation bus in Mexico City at the same time.

Mexico Scores Lowest in Latin America in New ’Global Impunity Index’

InSight Crime

Nearly every country in Latin America is struggling to combat high rates of impunity, according to a new report that analyzes structural and human rights conditions contributing to crimes going unpunished in the region.

Tropical Storm Lidia Nearing Los Cabos; Dangerous Flash Flood, Mudslide Threat

Tropical Storm Lidia will strike the Baja California Peninsula with the threat of flooding rain, strong winds, and some storm surge flooding.

Tillerson Praises Mexico’s Generosity in Offering Harvey Aid, But Didn’t Say US Would Take It

The Associated Press

Secretary of State Rex Tillerson praised Mexico’s generosity in offering help as the U.S. responds to Harvey, aiming to defuse a potential sore point between two neighbors already sharply at odds.

In Banning Dolphin Shows, Mexico City Is Taking a Lead on Animal Rights

PRI’s The World

The exhibition will have to close by the end of January, thanks to a new law in Mexico City banning the use of dolphins and other marine mammals in shows, therapy sessions and scientific experiments. The law passed on Aug. 1 with unanimous support.

133 Trafficked Central American Migrants Rescued in State of Tabasco

Agence France-Presse

Mexican authorities said Tuesday they rescued 133 Central American migrants, including 34 children, from a house where they were apparently locked up and abandoned while being trafficked to the United States

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