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Mexico

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  • Mexicans hold North Korean freighter over UN weapons sanctions

    TUXPAN, Mexico The cargo holds were empty and the 430-foot-long North Korean freighter Mu Du Bong was riding high in the water when the vessel slammed into a coral reef in Mexican waters in the Gulf of Mexico last July 14, thudding to a halt. The...
  • Fewer immigrants are being caught crossing U.S.-Mexico border

    Fewer immigrants are being caught crossing U.S.-Mexico border
    The number of immigrants caught crossing the Southwest border continues to fall sharply, Obama administration officials said Friday, a decline due in large part to the end of the surge in people coming from Central America. Border agents caught about...
  • Court: Family of teen shot across border can't sue in US

    A U.S. Border Patrol agent who killed a teenager when he fired across the border from Texas into Mexico cannot be sued in U.S. courts by the Mexican teen's family, a federal appeals court ruled Friday. The unanimous ruling was issued by the full 5th U.S....
  • New Mexico duck tests positive for bird flu

    A duck at the Bosque del Apache National Wildlife Refuge in southern New Mexico, one of the nation's premier birding spots, has tested positive for a highly virulent strain of bird flu, state officials said Tuesday. The case is the latest in a growing...
  • Trade body rules against US on 'dolphin-safe' tuna

    The World Trade Organization has found that the U.S. needs to amend rules underpinning "dolphin-safe" tuna labels, upholding a complaint by Mexico in a long-running dispute. The U.S. revised rules in 2013 following a previous WTO ruling but Mexico...
  • Mexico officials investigate case of girl wrongly sent to US

    Prosecutors have launched an investigation of possible criminal conduct in the case of a 14-year-old girl mistakenly sent to the U.S. to live with a woman who claimed to be her mother, authorities said Friday. Alondra Luna Nunez was returned to her...
  • Law will let some foreign agents carry weapons in Mexico

    Mexico's congress approved on Thursday a reform that lets some foreign agents carry arms inside the country, a significant change in a nation that has historically said the practice would violate its sovereignty. Under the law, foreign customs and...
  • Mexican girl mistakenly sent to US woman is back home

    Alondra Luna Nunez was a young girl when she had a mishap with a remote-control car, leaving a scar between her eyebrows. Last week, that scar resulted in the teenager being misidentified as a missing girl from Texas, and then spirited north to live...
  • Learning to love 'lucha' in an L.A. 'Aztec Temple'

    Learning to love 'lucha' in an L.A. 'Aztec Temple'
    Fidel Bravo was minding his own business, eyes locked on the fight happening 5 feet away, when a massive shadow spilled over him. Bravo, a lanky 22-year-old who doesn't look much for fisticuffs, had something the man casting the shadow wanted. All...
  • Honduran migrant provides peek into dark world of human smuggling

    MIAMI Marlon Marquez, a Honduran who lives in Miami, appears to be a typical undocumented immigrant from Central America. But he is far from that. He crossed the border near McAllen, Texas, as a hostage of people who claimed to belong to the powerful...
  • NYC case charges 5 with trafficking drugs from Mexico

    Authorities say five men have been charged with smuggling large shipments of heroin and cocaine from Mexico so it could be sold in New York City and elsewhere in the Northeast. Special Narcotics Prosecutor Bridget Brennan and the Drug Enforcement...