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Thirteen dead in Mexico mudslides: authorities
Thirteen dead in Mexico mudslides: authorities

Mudslides crashed through several homes in eastern Mexico on Monday, killing at least 13 people after a tropical storm pelted the state of Veracruz with heavy rains.

Thirteen dead in Mexico mudslides: authorities
Striking teachers block access to Mexico City airport
Striking teachers block access to Mexico City airport

Thousands of teachers severely disrupted access to Mexico City's international airport on Friday, forcing some travelers to abandon cars and roll suitcases on foot during a protest against education reform.

Striking teachers block access to Mexico City airport
Mass grave found near Mexico City
Mass grave found near Mexico City

Authorities searched a mass grave near Mexico City on Thursday as anxious relatives braced to learn whether the remains were those of 12 young people kidnapped in May.

Mass grave found near Mexico City
Mexico proposes opening oil sector to foreign firms
Mexico proposes opening oil sector to foreign firms

Mexico's President Enrique Pena Nieto proposed sweeping reforms of the country's oil sector Monday that would allow foreign energy firms back into the industry 75 years after being thrown out.

Mexico proposes opening oil sector to foreign firms
In Mexico, legend rises with dead drug lord sightings
In Mexico, legend rises with dead drug lord sightings

Three years after Mexican drug lord Nazario Moreno was declared dead, doubts abound about his demise, with stories of him indoctrinating recruits every Sunday and hosting a feast last year.

In Mexico, legend rises with dead drug lord sightings
Mexico's poverty figures staggering: Amnesty
Mexico's poverty figures staggering: Amnesty

Mexico's enormous and worsening poverty figures underscore that authorities have not made fighting it a top priority.

Mexico's poverty figures staggering: Amnesty
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Attacks in Mexico's Michoacan state leave 22 dead: official

Heavily armed men clashed with federal police in six towns in Mexico's Michoacan state, leaving 22 people dead in the bloodletting.

Attacks in Mexico's Michoacan state leave 22 dead: official
Leninguer Raymundo Carballido Morales. Photo courtesy of senderodefecal1.blogspot.com
Did a 'dead' man win election in Mexico town?

A man who was allegedly certified as dead almost three years ago has won a race for mayor in the southern state of Oaxaca.

Did a 'dead' man win election in Mexico town?
Latin America demands answers from US on spying
Latin America demands answers from US on spying

From its neighbor Mexico down to Argentina, Latin American nations are demanding answers from the United States after a report of vast US spying on close allies and leftist critics alike.

Latin America demands answers from US on spying
Mexico rivals dispute key state election
Mexico rivals dispute key state election

Mexico's ruling party and the conservative opposition each declared victory in a key race for governor on Sunday after regional elections in 14 states that saw acts of violence and accusations of misdeeds.

Mexico rivals dispute key state election
Mexico volcano ash disrupts US flights for second day
Mexico volcano ash disrupts US flights for second day

Frustrated passengers stood in long lines at Mexico City's airport Friday as US airlines canceled flights for a second day after the Popocatepetl volcano spewed a new column of ash.

Mexico volcano ash disrupts US flights for second day
Mexico volcano grounds US airlines
Mexico volcano grounds US airlines

Four US airlines canceled dozens of flights to and from Mexico City's international airport on Thursday after the Popocatepetl volcano blew ash and steam skyward.

Mexico volcano grounds US airlines
Tropical Storm Dalila strengthens on way to west Mexico
Tropical Storm Dalila strengthens on way to west Mexico

Rain was beginning to fall on Mexico's west coast from Dalila, the fourth named storm of the Pacific hurricane season, which was gaining strength as it approached land.

Tropical Storm Dalila strengthens on way to west Mexico
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Mexico City trash-for-food market helps capital clean up

On a recent rainy Sunday morning in a Mexico City neighborhood, people lined up under their umbrellas with bags of empty milk cartons, plastic bottles and cardboard at their feet.

Mexico City trash-for-food market helps capital clean up
General Motors Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson. ©REUTERS/Rebecca Cook
GM to invest $691 million to boost Mexico operations

General Motors announced Wednesday that it will invest $691 million to boost its operations in Mexico, a nation whose low wages and proximity to the United States are increasingly attracting automakers.

GM to invest $691 million to boost Mexico operations
Few festival fans guard against smartphone loss: survey
Few festival fans guard against smartphone loss: survey

Ninety-two percent of music festival goers are more likely to bring a smartphone to an event than cash or ID, but many fail to guard against loss or theft.

Few festival fans guard against smartphone loss: survey
China's Xi sees new 'golden era' in Latin America
China's Xi sees new 'golden era' in Latin America

President Xi Jinping on Wednesday heralded the dawn of a new "golden era" for Latin America during a visit to Mexico and urged the region to hitch its economic development to China's solid growth.

China's Xi sees new 'golden era' in Latin America
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Mexico hurricane leaves three dead, four missing

Eight fishermen who had gone missing after Hurricane Barbara hit southern Mexico returned to shore Thursday after riding out the storm by eating shrimp on an island, but authorities were still searching for four other sailors.

Mexico hurricane leaves three dead, four missing
Hurricane Barbara hits land in Mexico, two dead
Hurricane Barbara hits land in Mexico, two dead

Barbara made landfall as a hurricane in Mexico's southern Pacific coast Wednesday, leaving at least two dead, including a 61-year-old US surfer who drowned in rough seas, authorities.

Hurricane Barbara hits land in Mexico, two dead
Top chefs say Latin America will reach food's zenith
Top chefs say Latin America will reach food's zenith

The world's top chefs say it's only a matter of time before Latin America, home to Brazil's black bean stew "feijoada," Peru's refreshing raw fish "ceviche" and Mexico's street tacos, cooks its way into gastronomy's elite.

Top chefs say Latin America will reach food's zenith