The Corruption Crackdown in Guatemala Is Making Mexico Jealous
The unflattering comparisons between the countries are highlighting the shortcomings of Mexico, where public protests tend to peter out and corruption cases almost always go unpunished.
Former Mexican President Vicente Fox Blasts Trump's Immigration Policy
Fox Business
During an interview with FOX Business Network’s Sandra Smith, Vicente Fox, former President of Mexico, weighed in on Donald Trump and his plans to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico.
Connecting Women Entrepreneurs in the Americas
Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs
Recognizing that investing in women-owned small and medium enterprises is one of the best ways to accelerate economic growth and prosperity, 18 women entrepreneurs are in the United States to form connections with their U.S. colleagues and share best practices to expand their business networks.
Unreliable Crime Data Calls Mexico Government's Claims Into Question
InSight Crime
A new report indicates that one of Mexico’s principal systems for collecting crime data is riddled with errors, raising questions about the reliability of the conclusions regarding the nation’s recent drop in murders.
Game Changer Flavia: Enabling Mexico's Disabled Through 'Pina Palmera'
CCTV America
The organization “Pina Palmera” has become a pioneer for the rights of people with disabilities. For the last 30 years it has offered support, education, and therapy for disabled people of all ages in the Mexican state of Oaxaca.
Attack on Cisco Routers Just Got a Whole Lot Bigger
A major cyber attack on routers from Cisco Systems is worse than previously believed, according to a report Monday by security research group Shadowserver Foundation.
Protesters Damage Guerrero State Prosecutor Office Over Missing Students
Agence France-Presse
Protesters stormed the prosecutor's office of the southern Mexico state of Guerrero on Monday to protest the handling of the disappearance of 43 students, days before the case's first anniversary.
Central American Migrants Slam Discrimination Against Children at Mexico Schools
Central American migrants often face barriers when it comes to registering their children for school and accessing financial aid, claim activists.

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