|Shadow of Organized Crime Hovers Over Wave of Mexican Journalist Killings|
The murder of a Chihuahua-based correspondent marks the third killing of a journalist in Mexico this month, a wave of targeted violence for which organized crime may be responsible that also reflects more general trends of rising insecurity.
|Tens of Thousands of Undocumented Migrants Were Arrested in Southern Mexico Last Year|
More than 81,000 undocumented foreigners were detained in Chiapas, in southern Mexico, in 2016, representing 43 percent of the nation's average.
|On Their Side of the Border, Mexicans Have Gotten Used to the Wall|
Mexicans live in the shadow of the existing wall, which separates the United States from their nation. A new wall will not change much.
|Respected Mexican Journalist's Murder Likely to Turn Tarahumara Region Into a 'Silence Zone'|
A newspaper reporter in Chihuahua, Mexico was killed Thursday, becoming the second journalist murdered in Mexico this week. Shannon Young reports.
|Authorities Rescue 14 Crocodiles, Find 20 Others Dead in Squatters' Camp in Chiapas|
The Associated Press
Mexican authorities have rescued 14 crocodiles and found 20 others dead in a squatters’ settlement where people were apparently “milking” the crocs for their blood.
|Foreign Relations Minister Urges Venezuela to Revive 'Democratic Normality'|
Mexico is working with several nations in the Americas on a common stance that urges Venezuela to re-establish "democratic normality," Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray said Thursday, part of growing regional pressure on the South American nation.
|29 Suspected Cartel Members Break Out of Tamaulipas Prison Through 120-Foot Tunnel|
El Chapo may be gone from Mexico, but tunnel-aided escapes by inmates are alive and well.
|As Illegal Border Crossings to US Plummet, More Refugees Seek Asylum in Mexico|
After a series of federal actions cracking down on illegal immigration in the United States, fewer migrants are entering the country illegally, but more refugees are seeking asylum in Mexico.
|Mexico City Claims World's Worst Traffic for Second Year in a Row|
Mexico City has been named as the world's most traffic congested city for the second year in a row, where the annual cost of heavy traffic is estimated at $1.5 billion dollars a year.
|Three Shark Fishermen from Oaxaca Rescued After Nine Days at Sea|
Mexico News Daily
After nine days lost on the open sea, three shark fishermen from Huatulco, Oaxaca, were found this week, safe and sound.
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