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Mexico

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  • Violent surge targets police in Mexican state

     Violent surge targets police in Mexican state
    Mexico: Authorities announced an increase in violent criminal activity in the west-central state of Jalisco and urged travelers to use caution. Police have been the targets of most violence, and officials said the violent confrontations may continue...
  • Parents of students missing in Mexico visit Boston

    Relatives of some of the 43 students who vanished in Mexico last September rallied with supporters in Boston on Sunday as part of a national tour to call attention to their plight. Pedro Morales, one of the Boston organizers, says hundreds of people...
  • Mexico officials report capture of alleged cartel leader

    Mexican security officials said Sunday they have captured the man who has led the Juarez drug cartel following last year's arrest of Vicente Carrillo Fuentes. National Security Commissioner Monte Alejandro Rubido said Jesus Salas Aguayo was caught Friday...
  • Migrants' protest convoy reaches Mexico City with complaints

    About 200 participants in a protest convoy of Central American migrants arrived in Mexico's capital Saturday and filed abuse complaints with the government's National Human Rights Commission. The agency said in a statement that an ombudsman met with...
  • Arrest of Gulf Cartel chief sparks Mexico border gunfights

    Authorities say the arrest of the man who headed the once powerful Gulf Cartel sparked the gunfights and blockades of burning vehicles that left at least three people dead near Mexico's border with the United States. The arrested leader was identified as...
  • Man linked to Mexican-based drug cartel gets 10-year term

    A man who admitted his role in a powerful Mexico-based drug cartel and said "it's very hard to get out" was sentenced Thursday in a federal court in New Hampshire to 10 years in prison. Samuel Zazueta Valenzuela pleaded guilty in September to being...
  • Mexico Water Commission chief resigns over helicopter flap

    The director of Mexico's National Water Commission resigned Thursday following an uproar over his family's use of an agency helicopter to reach Mexico City's airport. David Korenfeld announced his resignation to reporters more than a week after social...
  • Tacos Estilo Guadalajara serves tacos al vapor -- and not much else

    Tacos Estilo Guadalajara serves tacos al vapor -- and not much else
    Name of restaurant: Tacos Estilo Guadalajara, a minimalist Mexican restaurant in the residential Southeast Los Angeles neighborhood of Lynwood. Chef: Aide Franco, a native from Guadalajara, Mexico, who realized there weren’t that many taco al...
  • Review: 'Broken Horses'

    Review: 'Broken Horses'
    "Broken Horses" raises the question of what is cockamamie, and what is cockamamie and outlandish and ridiculous yet a perfectly swell time for those very reasons. This one's just cockamamie without the swell part. It's a loose English-language remake of...
  • Mexican Congress expands reach of freedom-of-information law

    Mexico's Congress has approved freedom of information legislation that will allow public access to data from almost any entity that receives government funding. The measure was passed Thursday in the lower house on a 264-68 vote and now goes to the...
  • Mexican officials say survivors of army slaying to be paid

    State authorities said Thursday that 28 officials are being investigated for alleged abuses committed during the cover-up of last year's slaying by soldiers of at least a dozen criminal suspects after they surrendered. The government of Mexico state,...