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  • Five arrested amid false rumors of attacks in Mexico City

     
    MEXICO CITY -- Five people are under arrest for allegedly driving through low-income neighborhoods in eastern Mexico City warning residents of pending attacks, part of what police called a string of false rumors that have sown fear across the city's...
  • A 'Hank Rhon' appears in a museum, and Mexicans mostly shrug

     
    MEXICO CITY -- The art world in this art-obsessed city entertained a minor controversy last week during the official reopening of the Rufino Tamayo Museum in Chapultepec Park. With President Felipe Calderon presiding at an official ceremony, the museum...
  • Marines in Mexico detain 35 Veracruz police officers

     
    MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's marines on Monday said they detained 35 Veracruz state police officers who were allegedly working for the Zetas drug cartel. In a short statement, authorities said the police officers were detained Saturday in two groups, 16 at the...
  • Photos: Military display kicks off Independence Day celebration in Mexico

     
    President Felipe Calderon presided over a spectacular patriotic cermony at Mexico's central military college to kick off the Independence Day festivities of September 16. The "Thoughts on the Homeland" ceremony at the Heroic Military College in southern...
  • Mexico captures top Zetas drug lord, in major blow to cartel

     
    Mexico's navy has captured Ivan Velazquez Caballero, a.k.a. "Zeta-50," a top leader of a faction of the recently divided Zetas drug cartel, in an operation in the city of San Luis Potosi....
  • Like 'wolves,' merciless gangs prey on migrants in Mexico

     
    MEXICO CITY -- Along Mexico's southern border region with Guatemala, ruthless criminals hunt for migrants from Central America like a "pack of wolves." Migrants victimized by gangs often end up in mass graves, while their survivors to the north or south...
  • Nearly a third of Mexico households targets of crime, study says

     
    This post has been corrected. See the note below for details. MEXICO CITY -- Nearly a of third of households in Mexico suffered a crime in 2011 and only in 8% of those cases was a preliminary investigation opened, according to new figures from the...
  • Hourly wage in Mexico? Union members express fears of legislation

     
    MEXICO CITY -- Mexico's lower house of Congress has passed a major labor-reform law -- the first changes in employment regulations in Mexico since 1970 -- that would alter the way bosses and employees interact before, during and after a job. For organized...
  • Latin American governments congratulate Chavez win in Venezuela

     
    Governments in Latin America quickly congratulated Hugo Chavez on his reelection Sunday as president of Venezuela, a sign of his convincing win over strong opposition challenger Henrique Capriles....
  • Mexico declares Yucatan island zone a protected natural reserve

     
    Mexico's government has declared a 93,477-acre territory on Cozumel island off the Yucatan peninsula a protected natural reserve, meant to limit development within the zone and protect wildlife....
  • My first assignment at the Los Angeles Times

     
    Bethany Mollenkof is a photojournalist in the Los Angeles Times visual department; she will be contributing occasional posts to Framework about her experiences and her life in Southern California. She graduated from Western Kentucky University in 2011....