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  • Mexico's human rights chief faces charges he's inept, cares little

    MEXICO CITY As Mexico's national human rights ombudsman, Raul Plascencia Villanueva oversees a sizable corps of investigators who look into the atrocities and massacres that commonly put the country in the headlines. The job has made Plascencia a raft of...
  • Mexico says mayor, wife were behind student-teacher disappearances

    Mexico says mayor, wife were behind student-teacher disappearances
    A Mexican mayor and his wife were "probable masterminds" behind the disappearance of 43 student teachers last month in the restive southwest, the country's attorney general said on Wednesday. The students went missing on Sept. 26 from Iguala in the...
  • While other crises grab headlines, Mexico's instability worsens

    The following editorial appeared in the Dallas Morning News on Monday, Oct. 20: Amid all the recent commotion over Ebola, it might have been easy to miss a shocking story from Mexico: the Sept. 26 mass kidnapping of 43 student teachers in the city of...
  • Popular Mexican musician shot dead in cartel-riddled northwest

    MEXICO CITY, Oct 22 (Reuters) - A member of Banda el Recodo, a traditional Mexican band also popular in the United States, was found dead from a gunshot to the neck on Wednesday in the northwestern Mexican resort city of Mazatlan, the group and local...
  • Mexico 'optimistic' of reaching deal with U.S. on sugar trade row

    LAGO DE MORENO MEXICO (Reuters) - Mexico is optimistic an agreement can be reached this week to settle a sugar trade dispute with the United States, the country's top trade official said on Wednesday, only days before the window for negotiations closes....
  • Protesters burn city hall in Mexico town where 43 students vanished

    IGUALA, Mexico Masked assailants Wednesday set fire to the city hall in Iguala in a rampage triggered by the failure of Mexican authorities to resolve the case of 43 missing student teachers. Dozens of protesters, many wearing masks, broke away from a...
  • College of missing Mexican students vows to maintain revolutionary zeal

    TIXTLA, Mexico With its murals of Che Guevara and Karl Marx and painted slogans about revolution, the rural teachers college in Tixtla, Mexico, seems like a throwback in time. The college calls itself a cradle of revolutionaries, and students indeed...
  • Mexico captures alleged leader of Juarez Cartel in second major bust this month

    MEXICO CITY Authorities on Thursday captured one of Mexico's most wanted men, the leader of the resurgent Juarez Cartel, Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, bagging the second major alleged kingpin this month. Federal police arrested Carrillo Fuentes, 51, also...
  • Los Cabos, Mexico, starts to recover from Hurricane Odile

    Los Cabos, Mexico, starts to recover from Hurricane Odile
    Nancy Lacy looked out at the naked palm trees, the boulder-filled infinity pools and the concrete sea wall that once was and now wasn't. "Wow," she said quietly from the reception area at her Cabo San Lucas hotel. "It's all gone." Nearly one month...
  • Mexican authorities say police shot, wounded German student

    Mexican authorities said Monday that police shot and wounded a university student in Guerrero state, where residents have been protesting suspected police involvement in the deaths and disappearances of dozens of college students last month. Officers in...
  • With Ebola scare, travel industry hits rough patch

    With a series of embarrassing accidents in its wake, the $37.1-billion cruise industry was looking forward to a strong booking season this winter. Instead, cruise operators are facing the same crisis that has shaken the airline industry: Ebola....