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  • UN official says building laws need to be enforced in Nepal

    Nepal must take lessons from earthquake-hit countries such as Mexico and strictly enforce existing building laws as it prepares to rebuild from two major quakes, a senior United Nations official said Wednesday. Earthquakes on April 25 and May 12 killed...
  • Record $50 Million Worth Of Mexican Heroin Seized In NYC Destined For Connecticut, Other States

    Record $50 Million Worth Of Mexican Heroin Seized In NYC Destined For Connecticut, Other States
    NEW YORK — An investigation of a pair of New York City drug traffickers has resulted in a record seizure of more than 150 pounds of heroin from Mexico worth at least $50 million, authorities said Tuesday. The Drug Enforcement Administration and...
  • Health officials: New strain of rabies found in New Mexico

    A new strain of rabies has been discovered in southern New Mexico, federal and state health officials confirmed Tuesday. While it doesn't present any more of a public health threat than the known strains of the potentially fatal disease, the discovery is...
  • CANNES WATCH: 'Sicario' takes muscular look at drug war

    Denis Villeneuve unveiled his drug war thriller "Sicario" at the Cannes Film Festival, premiering a muscular saga that plunges deep into Mexico only to reveal more about the other side of the border. "For me, the movie's not about Mexico," Villeneuve...
  • Mexico criticizes Texas decision not to charge cop who killed immigrant

    Mexico criticizes Texas decision not to charge cop who killed immigrant
    The Mexican government said Tuesday it “regrets” the decision of a Texas grand jury not to prosecute the police officer who shot and killed an unarmed Mexican immigrant earlier this year, and reiterated demands that the U.S. review the use...
  • Shoppers could soon have difficulty finding meat's origin

    Shoppers could soon have a harder time finding out where some of their red meat comes from. The World Trade Organization ruled Monday that U.S. "country of origin" labels on certain cuts of red meat put Canadian and Mexican livestock at a disadvantage,...
  • Ted Turner ranch in New Mexico caught in wolf debate

    Media mogul Ted Turner set out years ago to establish a fund to bolster the dwindling populations of everything from falcons and frogs to Mexican gray wolves, using the nearly 2 million acres he owns in a dozen western states as home base for the...
  • Texas officer cleared in fatal shooting of Mexican immigrant

    FORT WORTH, Texas A grand jury declined to indict the Grapevine police officer who fatally shot an unarmed Mexican immigrant on the side of a Euless highway in February. Grapevine patrol officer Robert Clark, 33, shot Ruben Garcia Villalpando, 31, on the...
  • Mexico farmworkers reach agreement with government, employer

    Mexican farmworkers fighting low wages and poor working conditions in the border state of Baja California have reached an agreement with the government and their employers. Daily wages will go from 100 pesos to 200 pesos ($13 a day), workers will be...
  • Amid mounting tension, Mexico agrees to subsidize farmworkers' wages

    Amid mounting tension, Mexico agrees to subsidize farmworkers' wages
    Baja California farmworker leaders and the Mexican government reached a tentative agreement Thursday that would boost wages and guarantee government-required benefits to thousands of laborers, in an apparent breakthrough aimed at ending the nearly two-...
  • Mexico to give $3.3M to relatives of army slaying victims

    The government said Thursday it will give at least 50 million pesos ($3.3. million) to relatives of criminal suspects slain at a warehouse last year by soldiers, paying out under a Mexican law requiring compensation for victims of human rights violations....