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Mexico

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  • Orlando City's Brek Shea will be available vs. Columbus Crew

    Orlando City's Brek Shea will be available vs. Columbus Crew
    Orlando City defender Brek Shea will be available for Saturday's game against the Columbus Crew. Lions' coach Adrian Heath confirmed that Shea will be available for selection this weekend despite being called up for U.S. national team duty. Shea was...
  • Relatives Of Students Missing In Mexico Rally In Hartford

    Relatives Of Students Missing In Mexico Rally In Hartford
    HARTFORD (AP) — Relatives of some of the 43 students who disappeared last September in Mexico are visiting Connecticut this week, holding rallies to bring attention to their cause and what they describe as human rights abuses on both sides of the...
  • Toyota to spend $1 billion on new Corolla factory in Mexico

    Toyota to spend $1 billion on new Corolla factory in Mexico
    Toyota Motor Corp. plans to spend $1 billion to construct a new auto factory in central Mexico where it will build the Corolla sedan. Toyota is joining other automakers rushing to build cars in Mexico, where low labor costs and extensive free trade...
  • Mexican government raids farm labor camps in crackdown on abuses

    Mexican government raids farm labor camps in crackdown on abuses
    The Mexican government has raided at least three squalid, makeshift farm labor camps in recent weeks, rescuing about 250 adults and children and posting videos of the operations — rare enforcement actions that suggest a more aggressive tack by...
  • Harvard dean chosen as new UM president

    Harvard dean chosen as new UM president
    Dr. Julio Frenk, a Harvard dean who served as the former minister of health for Mexico, was named Monday as the new president of the University of Miami. He will become UM's sixth president and the first Hispanic in the role. He replaces Donna Shalala,...
  • Cruise Port Spotlight: Santo Tomas de Castilla, Guatemala

    Cruise Port Spotlight: Santo Tomas de Castilla, Guatemala
    Exploring Mayan ruins, strolling in colonial towns, hiking and bird-watching in the rainforest, bartering in markets: Guatemala offers cruise passengers these opportunities and more. Guatemala, a Central American country, borders Mexico, Belize,...
  • Easy dinner recipes: Vegetarian Mexican dishes for Meatless Monday

    Easy dinner recipes: Vegetarian Mexican dishes for Meatless Monday
    If you love Mexican food but find it hard at times to locate good vegetarian options, Lorenza Muñoz has some ideas, as she explored in her article on Mexican vegetarian dishes: "Meatless dishes actually have a long history in Mexican cuisine," she...
  • Orlando City's Brek Shea called up for friendly vs. Mexico

    Orlando City's Brek Shea called up for friendly vs. Mexico
    PORTLAND, Ore. -- Orlando City defender Brek Shea was called up by the U.S. national team for a friendly Wednesday against Mexico in San Antonio. The call-up is extra sweet for Shea as the game will be played about an hour and a half from his hometown...
  • Mexican drug cartel Jalisco New Generation flexes muscles

    An increasingly strong drug cartel known as Jalisco New Generation was showing off its power with a spasm of violence that killed seven people and forced down a military helicopter in western Mexico, analysts said Saturday. Jalisco state was relatively...
  • 7 killed in violence during anti-cartel operation in Mexico

    At least seven people died as flames and gunfire erupted around the western Mexico state of Jalisco on Friday when a military operation targeting a violent drug cartel was launched at the start of a three-day holiday weekend. Suspected cartel members...
  • Mayoral candidate slain in Mexico's troubled Guerrero state

    The legislature in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero has condemned the killing of a local mayoral candidate. A statement late Friday from Guerrero's congress reported the killing of Ulises Fabian Quiroz, who was a candidate for mayor of Chilapa...