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  • Honduran migrants, maimed by train, protest their plight

    Honduran migrants, maimed by train, protest their plight
    Some armless, others hobbling on spindly prosthetic legs, Honduran migrants came to Mexico City this week to protest their plight. Maimed in Mexico when they tried to catch a precarious train to reach the United States, they feel forgotten, ignored and...
  • U.S.-born students in Mexico risk becoming 'lost generation'

    U.S.-born students in Mexico risk becoming 'lost generation'
    Emmanuel Vargas was 13 and just starting eighth grade in Davenport, Iowa, when his father was detained in a workplace immigration raid and deported back to Mexico. His parents decided they should stick together, and the whole family, including...
  • Mayor escapes ambush as violence surges in Mexico's Tamaulipas state

    The mayor of the Mexico-U.S. border city of Matamoros survived an ambush by gunmen, authorities said Monday, the latest attack in surging violence in northeastern Mexico that has claimed dozens of lives and triggered a wave of kidnappings. Mayor Leticia...
  • AP PHOTOS: Editor selections from Latin America

    During the week that was in Latin America, a Chilean woman covered the bottom half of her face with a red scarf at a rally marking International Women's Day, while female police officers in Nicaragua blocked women's rights activists from getting to...
  • Mexico becomes a berry powerhouse

    CIUDAD GUZMAN, Mexico Mexico, already the world's third-largest exporter of blueberries, raspberries, blackberries and strawberries, is looking for ways to get U.S. consumers to throw more fresh blueberries into the pancake batter and heap more...
  • Berries help Mexico narrow trade gap with China

    GUADALAJARA, Mexico In January, a Cathay Pacific cargo jumbo jet took off from Mexico for China filled with six tons of fresh raspberries and blackberries, the first such shipment of its kind. It was a small victory for Mexico, which hunts for exports...
  • Rhode Island hosting Mexican prosecutors for seminar

    Rhode Island is hosting a training seminar this week for prosecutors, forensic scientists and investigators from two Mexican states. Attorney General Peter Kilmartin said Sunday his counterpart from the state of Morelos, Rodrigo Dorantes Salgado, will...
  • Dollars can be a dirty word at banks on US-Mexico border

    The clamor to crack down on laundering drug money was loud in 2010 when Wachovia National Bank was found to have let $110 million from Mexico be sent through its accounts. It grew two years later when HSBC Holdings PLC agreed to pay $1.9 billion to settle...
  • U.S. police killings of unarmed Mexican men enrage Latino community

    U.S. police killings of unarmed Mexican men enrage Latino community
    Grieving and bewildered, the relatives of Antonio Zambrano Montes gathered Friday in western Mexico and prayed over his body 3 1/2 weeks after he was shot dead by police in Washington state. Zambrano is one of three unarmed Mexican nationals killed by...
  • Soccer star Cuauhtemoc Blanco jumps into Mexican politics

    He's a nightclubber, a joker, a charismatic rags-to-riches soccer star. Now Cuauhtemoc Blanco wants to be mayor of one of Mexico's more prominent cities, Cuernavaca. Blanco, who at 42 is still an active player in Mexico's top professional league, was...
  • Mexico official: 14 police arrested for kidnap, extortion

    Mexican troops have detained 15 federal police officers on charges of kidnapping the owner of a construction company in the northern border city of Matamoros and demanding a $2 million (31 million peso) ransom, a government official said Saturday. The...