|Mexican Navy Training Ship Carries Message of Peace and Goodwill to 13 Countries|
Latin American Herald Tribune
The Mexican navy’s training ship, Cuauhtemoc, set sail from the Pacific port of Acapulco that will take it to 14 ports in 13 countries on its latest training cruise, “Levante Mediterranean 2015.”
|Giraffe Born at Mexico City's Chapultepec Zoo to Be Named in Online Vote|
There’s an election going on in Mexico City, and this time it’s not for the city or national government, but to select a name for a giraffe calf born at Mexico City’s Chapultepec Zoo.
|28 Mexicans Confirmed Safe with One Still Missing Following Nepal Quake|
Xinhua News Agency
28 Mexicans have been confirmed safe in Nepal after the strong quake, Mexico's Foreign Ministry said in a statement, adding that one Mexican citizen has not been located so far.
|Mexico Marks 7 Months Since Disappearance of Ayotzinapa Students|
It has been seven months since the disappearance of the 43 Ayotzinapa students by the corrupt police in the violent southern Mexican state of Guerrero, as friends and families are still demanding the return alive of the students.
|List of Candidates for June Elections Reads Like Line-Up for Mexican TV Panel Show|
Abducted students' families call for an election boycott as a clown, a footballer and a reality TV star stand in upcoming polls.
|Mexico Joins World Leaders, Charities to Offer Condolences and Help After Nepal Quake|
As world leaders and global charities tried to grasp the scope of an earthquake that devastated Nepal, they offered condolences for the more than 1,400 people killed in four countries and readied emergency aid for the survivors.
|Family of Mexican Teen Shot Across Border Can't Sue US Agent, Court Rules|
The Associated Press
A federal appeals court says a US border patrol agent who fired across the border from Texas into Mexico and killed a teenager cannot be sued in US courts by the Mexican teen’s family.
|Rights Commission Launches Probe After Mexican Girl Wrongly Sent to US|
Mexico's National Human Rights Commission is launching an investigation into the case of a Mexican girl who was grabbed by Interpol officers and wrongly sent to the United States to be with a woman who thought she was her daughter.
|Government of Mexico to Campaign Against Execution of Brothers in Malaysia|
The Malaysian Insider
The government of Mexico plans to rally support from death penalty opponents to dissuade Malaysia from executing three Mexican brothers convicted on drug charges.
|'Positive Results & Significant Blows': Pena Nieto Touts Mexico's Progress in Drug War|
Mexico is making significant inroads into its eight year ongoing drug war and associated crime wave, according to its President.
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