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  • 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...
  • Migrants hope to re-start protest convoy in Mexico

    Migrant rights activists said Tuesday that about 200 Central American migrants hope to re-start a journey to hold a "Viacrucis" protest in Mexico City, after highway immigration checkpoints stymied their trip last week. For several years, migrants have...
  • North Korea says Mexico holding ship; kept under sanctions

    North Korea said Wednesday that Mexico has "forcibly detained" one of its ships months after it ran aground off Mexico's Gulf coast last year, and Pyongyang blames the United States for preventing the ship's release. The head of a U.N. panel of experts,...
  • Ambush that killed 15 police in western Mexico a rarity

    The U.S. Treasury Department announced sanctions on Mexico's violent and growing Jalisco New Generation cartel a day after the gang mounted a bloody ambush that killed 15 Mexican police officers. On Monday, the Jalisco cartel stopped a police convoy on a...
  • Robbers take $8.5 million in gold from Mexican mine

    A robbery of $8.5 million in gold from a mine refinery in Mexico's western Sinaloa state was likely an inside job, authorities said Wednesday. Sinaloa's interior minister Gerard Vargas Landeros told reporters that the caper at the facility of Canada-...
  • 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...
  • Ambush in Mexico kills 15 police officers, wounds 5

    Ambush in Mexico kills 15 police officers, wounds 5
    Gunmen ambushed a police convoy in the western state of Jalisco, killing 15 state police officers and wounding five as bullets riddled their vehicles in the deadliest single attack on Mexican police in recent memory. The attack happened late Monday as...
  • Latin America silent on Venezuela as US airs rights concerns

    From Mexico to Brazil, leaders in Latin America have largely kept silent amid charges of human rights abuses in Venezuela and are unlikely to speak out against their neighbor at this week's Summit of the Americas. Many Latin American heads of state...
  • Relatives of missing Mexican students press case in US

    WASHINGTON Family members of the 43 missing Mexican students gathered Tuesday in front of the White House to draw public attention to their plight. Part of the Caravana 43 project traveling to cities around the U.S., their goal was to spotlight...
  • Assailants block Mexican police convoy, kill 15 officers in ambush

    At least 15 police officers were killed in an ambush by presumed drug traffickers in one of Mexico’s largest and most important states, officials reported Tuesday. The prosecutor’s office in Jalisco state confirmed the deadly attack, which...
  • Mexico's Chichen Itza is filled with stunning Mayan-Toltec ruins

    Mexico's Chichen Itza is filled with stunning Mayan-Toltec ruins
    Chichen Itza, on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, is dominated by gray limestone that was cut by hand and moved without any wheels. Once home to 30,000 people, Chichen Itza was the last major city developed by the Mayans and was certainly one of Mexico's...