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  • Recount confirms PRI win in Mexico vote, but legal battle looms

     
    A partial recount of the Mexican presidential vote has confirmed the victory of Enrique Peña Nieto and his Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), which ruled the country for seven decades until being ousted in 2000....
  • Election recount begins at more than half of Mexico polls

     
    MEXICO CITY -- Mexico is recounting votes cast at more than half its polling places during Sunday's presidential election, the electoral body announced Wednesday, as reports of vote-buying marred the apparent win of the former ruling Institutional...
  • Mexico student movement plans more protests against Peña Nieto

     
    The student-led movement that emerged in Mexico against president-elect Enrique Peña Nieto is planning another round of protests Sunday. The protests are part of a wave of demonstrations that began almost spontaneously during the presidential campaign and...
  • Mexican TV launches 24-hour news network -- Brozo the clown and all

     
    But why the clown? That was the question I kept asking myself as I watched the launch of a 24-hour news television station here in Mexico. Foro TV, a product of the Mexican broadcasting conglomerate Televisa, promises to feature some of this country’s...
  • The spin on President Felipe Calderon's visit to Juarez

     
    Ciudad Juarez is "in flames," a security official in the border city told Mexican President Felipe Calderon during his visit this week. "Is it possible to win this war as it is currently being waged? Because not even the most powerful army in the world...
  • On Mexico's Carlos Monsivais: 1938-2010

     
    Monsiváis was a journalist, a critic, a cinephile, a collector of historical and pop ephemera (which led eventually to the founding of a museum), and a tireless activist for human rights, indigenous rights, and gay rights. In hundreds of articles and...
  • Messy Mexican election reemerges in leaked cables

     
    The controversial 2006 presidential election that brought Felipe Calderon to power in Mexico reemerged in the secret U.S. diplomatic cables released this week, sparking a fresh controversy on Friday involving -- of all other world leaders -- Venezuelan...