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  • Slasher attacks Ciudad Juarez activist who was shot previously

     
    Norma Andrade, a well-known defender of women from Ciudad Juarez, was attacked and injured Friday in Mexico City, where she had fled after being shot and threatened in her hometown....
  • Left, right or center? Mexican political brand names explained

     
    As the July presidential election nears, watchers of world news are sure to be hearing much more about the PAN, its candidate Josefina Vazquez Mota, and her main rivals, Enrique Peņa Nieto of the party known as PRI, and Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador of...
  • Canadians debating travel to Mexico after attacks on citizens

     
    A string of brutal attacks on Canadians has travelers in Canada debating whether they should continue to visit Mexico....
  • A face among Mexico's 14 million informal workers

     
    Street vendors belong to an army of off-the-book workers who now make up a record 14 million Mexicans pumping money into the informal economy, the national statistics institute reported last week....
  • Mexico's defense secretary acknowledges errors in drug war

     
    Mexico's defense secretary has conceded "errors" in the country's drug war, in one of the more frank assertions from the government as it wages a military-led campaign against violent traffickers....
  • Caught on video, Mexico 'gentleman' faces charges in beating

     
    Mexico, beating, video, rage, class: A wealthy businessman surrendered this week to a municipal prison to face charges he beat and violently berated an employee in his building for not obeying him....
  • Mexico teen prodigy is a psychologist at 17

     
    The director of child psychology at the Center for the Attention to Talent is a child himself: 17-year-old Andrew Almazan, a prodigy who was reading Shakespeare and Cervantes at age 6....
  • Coping with fear in Monterrey, Mexico, or leaving it

     
    Checkpoints are now part of daily life in Monterrey, a metropolitan region of more than 4 million -- Mexico's wealthiest and third-largest city. The brief anxiety that these encounters produce in people is probably the least of residents' worries....
  • Despite violence, music festival big in Mexico's Monterrey

     
    Mexico, drug war, music, festival, NRML: The independent music scene has proven itself alive and well in Mexico's wealthiest but increasingly violent city of Monterrey. Last weekend's NRML festival took place without a major problem and was the largest in...
  • Mexico City residents to mega-quakes: We can handle it

     
    It's true that sometimes Mexico City can look and feel like the Hollywood set for a movie about the apocalypse. On Tuesday, riding through another big quake, it proved that it's a city that can take a punch....
  • How dancers in Mexico honor the last emperor of the Aztecs

     
    Every February, Aztec dancers flock to the mountain town of Ixcateopan, where the bones of Cuauhtemoc, the last emperor of the Aztecs, are said to lie....