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Mexico

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  • 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...
  • Chicago fugitive in 2009 fatal hit-run extradited from Mexico, faces trial

    Chicago fugitive in 2009 fatal hit-run extradited from Mexico, faces trial
    Sitting in a relative's sparse brick home in Central Mexico three years ago, Carlos Castillo talked about the night a fatal hit-and-run accident killed a promising DePaul University student and sent him on the run from Chicago. He said he had met...
  • Gunfights and roadblocks hit Mexican border city; 3 dead

    Gunfights and blockades of burning vehicles broke out Friday in the border city of Reynosa, across from McAllen, Texas, leaving at least three dead, Mexican authorities said. The government of the border state of Tamaulipas said federal police and...
  • To foil oil spills, new rule requires better blowout preventers

    WASHINGTON The Obama administration unveiled a new rule Monday that's designed to help prevent a repeat of the deadly 2010 Deepwater Horizon explosion and oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico, and to bolster the president's claim that it's safe to start...
  • Giant Ford and Toyota investments help fuel Mexican auto industry boom

    Investment in the Mexican auto industry is soaring as automakers take advantage of low labor rates, an increasingly sophisticated workforce and a plethora of free trade agreements. Ford Motor Co. said Friday that it will spend $2.5 billion to build...
  • 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,...
  • Mexico implements plan to save endangered vaquita porpoise

    President Enrique Pena Nieto formally inaugurated a plan Thursday to save the critically endangered vaquita marina, the world's smallest porpoise found only in the Sea of Cortez. There are fewer than 100 vaquitas left and the head of the World Wildlife...
  • US fails to stem flow of illegal firearms to Mexico

    MEXICO CITY The U.S. government has pledged to combat the illegal flow of firearms across the border, but new data reveal that the United States remains by far the largest source of weapons seized in Mexico. The U.S. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,...
  • Blind vendors scuffle with Mexico City police

    Blind vendors angry about having their stalls removed from a downtown Mexico City subway station this week clashed with police outside city hall Thursday. Authorities said two of the estimated 150 vendors and 13 police officers suffered minor injuries...
  • Correction: National Guardsmen-Arms Dealing story

    In a story April 15 about illegal gun sales, The Associated Press, relying on information from the U.S. attorney's office in San Diego, erroneously reported the affiliation of two defendants. They were members of the National Guard, not U.S. Army...