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Mexico

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  • Mayoral candidate slain in Mexico's troubled Guerrero state

    The legislature in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero has condemned the killing of a local mayoral candidate. A statement late Friday from Guerrero's congress reported the killing of Ulises Fabian Quiroz, who was a candidate for mayor of Chilapa...
  • Morrissey with trumpets and taco T-shirts: Mexrrissey rocks the L.A. Regent

    Morrissey with trumpets and taco T-shirts: Mexrrissey rocks the L.A. Regent
    "We are in the motherland!" Camilo Lara, founder of the electronica outfit Mexican Institute of Sound and now the leader of the Mexican supergroup Mexrrissey, yelled from the stage of downtown Los Angeles' Regent Theater. "We came from Mexico —...
  • Mexico may have right girl to return to mother in Texas

    Authorities may have located a girl taken by her father from Houston to Mexico eight years ago in a cross-border custody case that exploded into international headlines recently with a case of mistaken identity, an official said Monday. The girl...
  • Mexrrissey: The phenomenon that created a Mexican supergroup

    Mexrrissey: The phenomenon that created a Mexican supergroup
    By now, it is no secret that Mexicans love Morrissey. "Moz," as the former Smiths frontman is known by the devout, has inspired legions of Mexican and Mexican American fans with his immigrant story (he is the British son of Irish Catholic parents),...
  • Mexican ex-police chief recovers, shooting seen as grudge

    The top prosecutor in the northern Mexico state of Chihuahua says it does not appear a drug cartel was behind the shooting of the former police chief of the border city of Ciudad Juarez. Prosecutor Jorge Gonzalez told local media Monday that a man...
  • Is the Islamic State hiding in Mexico?

    ANAPRA, Mexico Pedro Luis Hidalgo, who runs an animal-feed store about a mile south of the border, scoffs at warnings from U.S. right-wingers that Islamic terrorists are near his home. Washington's conservative Judicial Watch for months has charged...
  • Mexico halts some vaccinations after 2 children die, 29 are hospitalized

    Mexico halts some vaccinations after 2 children die, 29 are hospitalized
    Mexico stopped administering certain vaccines nationwide and launched an investigation into why two children died and 29 fell ill this weekend after receiving inoculations in Chiapas, the country’s southernmost state, officials said. A total of 52...
  • Mexico probes border shooting of famed ex-police chief

    Authorities in the Mexican border state of Chihuahua say they're probing a shooting that seriously wounded a former police chief who had been targeted by drug cartels while cutting crime in violence-wracked Tijuana and Ciudad Juarez. Chihuahua chief...
  • Dozens injured as farmworkers, police clash in Baja California

    Dozens injured as farmworkers, police clash in Baja California
    The San Quintin agricultural region of Baja California erupted in violence Saturday as protesters pelted police with rocks and took over a government building. Police retaliated with tear gas and rubber bullets in running skirmishes that left dozens of...
  • Missouri site helping effort to repopulate US wolves

    A secluded Missouri conservation center heralded for helping repopulate the wild with endangered wolves is tending to its latest puppy season — a ritual that this time has a bittersweet vibe in the absence of the site's furry matriarch. With 41...
  • Mexico police seize $2.9 million in purported drug gang cash

    Police in northern Mexico have seized nearly $2.9 million in cash that was apparently in transit to a criminal gang. A statement from the security coordination agency in the Gulf coast state of Tamaulipas, which borders Texas, says 86 bundles of U.S....