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Reuters Exposes Pemex Fraud

In 2011 Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) paid $9 million to tow a drilling rig from the United Arab Emirates to the Gulf of México

Five Companies Interested in High-Speed Train

Chinese, Canadian, Spanish, French and Italian companies were looking to take part.

Senator Leaves PRD

Alejandro Encinas announced that he is leaving México’s main leftist party, the Party of the Democratic Revolution (PRD).

México to Fight Teenage Pregnancies

Pregnancy and early marriage among young couples are the second leading causes for children leaving school.

Magnets Used to Plant Drugs under Unsuspecting Travelers

Drug smugglers are turning “trusted travelers” into unwitting mules.

México’s Colima Volcano Spews Ash over 13,000 Feet

Colima’s volcano, known as “the Fire Volcano,” erupted Wednesday, sending a large plume of ash and gases into the air.

Aguascalientes Continues its Growth in Automotive Sector

The governor noted this allowed the state to maintain its industrial leadership in México with a 20 percent growth rate last year.

Police Turned Student Teachers Over to Gang

Mexican officials said that last week they detained Felipe Rodríguez Salgado, a/k/a “Brush.”

Queso Fresco Poisons 141 in La Cruz, Elota

The Sinaloa Secretary of Health issued a warning to Elota inhabitants to not eat the contaminated cheese.

CFE Cuts Electricity to Escuinapa City Hall

Approximately 1,900,000 pesos in total is owed by the Municipal Hall.

Mexican President to Inaugurate Bypass Road

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto will be in Mazatlán on Monday, January 26.

China Telecom Considers México Investment

This announcement follows AT&T’s entry into México’s mobile telephone market.

México’s States Fight Same-sex Marriages

Baja California saw its first same-sex marriage when officials ended a 10-month battle over the issue.

Drone Carrying Drugs Crashes Near Border

A drone overloaded with methamphetamine crashed into a supermarket parking lot.

Kidnappings Down 18%

During 2013 1,698 thousand cases of kidnapping were reported, while during last year that number fell to 1,394.