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  • Murder charges for Mexican soldiers raise more questions

    The decision to charge three soldiers with murder in the June 30 killings of 22 suspected gang members was greeted with skepticism Wednesday by a public that has seen few human rights cases resolved. The incident, in which only one soldier was wounded,...
  • Mother of former U.S. Marine says son suffers in Mexico jail

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The mother of a former U.S. Marine held for six months in a Mexican prison appealed on Wednesday for the U.S. government to do more to free her son, who told her his guards threatened him with rape, torture and execution. Andrew...
  • Mexico agrees to investigate mass killing by army

    Shortly after the Mexican army killed 22 people in what it described as a fierce gun battle with an armed gang, the governor of the state where the incident occurred praised the military for its actions. The army has courageously and tirelessly...
  • Televisa reporter fired after video catches him taking cash from Mexican drug lord

    MEXICO CITY A choppy clandestine video that surfaced Monday is likely to reinforce the widespread impression that the country's drug cartels have gained a solid foothold in the Mexican news media. The video, displayed on the website of the MVS radio...
  • Did cartel threats really preempt protest for Marine jailed in Mexico?

    Did cartel threats really preempt protest for Marine jailed in Mexico?
    It was the blockade that couldn't drive straight. On Saturday, unknown numbers of Americans angry about the Mexican incarceration of former Marine Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi, illegal immigration and a bunch of other stuff, were supposed to drive to ports...
  • Mexican journalist fired after meeting with fugitive crime boss

    Mexican journalist fired after meeting with fugitive crime boss
    The video is jumpy in spots, it shows signs of having been heavily edited and its audio is not always intelligible. What is clear is the presence of a well-known Mexican journalist, Eliseo Caballero, meeting with one of the country's most-wanted crime...
  • Former NFL QB Kevin Kolb escapes Cabo after Hurricane Odile

    Kevin Kolb had four concussions in his final 19 NFL games, taking some vicious hits that forced him to retire. But the former quarterback was never as scared as he was last week when Hurricane Odile hit Cabo San Lucas, where he, his wife and friends...
  • Violence drops in Mexico, but killing of lawmaker shows crime bosses still powerful

    MEXICO CITY Consider it a case of dismal coincidence. As President Enrique Pena Nieto touted to bankers in New York City earlier this week that criminal violence had fallen sharply in Mexico, armed commandos in the city of Guadalajara carried out a...
  • Mexico lawmaker likely killed by drug cartel: prosecutor

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican federal congressman Gabriel Gomez, the most high-profile politician murdered in recent years, was likely executed by a drug cartel, a state prosecutor said on Wednesday. Gomez was kidnapped with an aide in Mexico's...
  • Central America plan foresees infrastructure, energy projects: draft

    TEGUCIGALPA (Reuters) - A plan by Central American governments to boost economic growth in the region and cut illegal immigration to the United States foresees major spending on infrastructure and energy projects, a draft of the proposal showed on...
  • Exclusive: P&G, Hasbro in crosshairs of Mexico's taxman - sources

    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The world's largest household product maker Procter & Gamble and No. 2 toymaker Hasbro are at the heart of a Mexican probe into tax avoidance that could cost the firms hundreds of millions of dollars in back-taxes between them,...