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Sinaloa to Issue Handicap License Plates

License plates and driver´s licenses bearing the universal handicap logo will soon be available in Sinaloa.

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IFE Says Insufficient Evidence of Vote-Buying

The Federal Electoral Institute (IFE) dismissed the evidence of vote buying.

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Pemex Looks for more Freedom under Nieto

The PRI has floated the idea of changing the constitution to allow more private investment in the industry, an about-face for the party.

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Obrador Calls for “Peaceful Demonstration” to Annual Election

Leaders of the Mexican left called Friday for a peaceful popular mobilization to annul the July 1 presidential election.

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Mexico’s indigenous community hope for gains in elections

Indigenous communities make up almost 10 per cent of the population.

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Will Uruguay be the First to Legalize Marijuana?

We are more concerned about drug trafficking than the drug itself, declared Uruguay´s President José Mujica.

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U.S. Most Wanted Captured in Cancún

Walters will face extradition proceedings to bring him back to San Diego, where he will face murder and drug charges.

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Suspect Arrested in México City Airport Shooting

De Leon, known as “El Bogard,” was arrested outside an apartment building in southern México City thanks to an anonymous tip.

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Mazatlán–Durango Highway Runs into Difficulties

The construction of the Mazatlán-Durango highway is experiencing difficulties.

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Wife Admits to Hiring Cartel to Kill Husband

The PGJE stated Armenta confessed to paying 85,000 pesos to have her husband assassinated.

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Australians Refuse Visas to Sinaloa Baseball Team

The team of 15-16 year olds had all plans in place to attend the invitational tournament in Australia.

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PRI’s Coalition with the Green Party Cost them

Peña Nieto ran for president under Commitment to México, a coalition between the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) and the Green Party (PVEM).

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Thousands Protest Elections

Thousands of members of the “Yo soy 132” student movement took to the streets of Mexico City.

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Freelance Reporter Missing in Nuevo Laredo

Plemmons’ family reported his disappearance to Mexican and American authorities but to date there is no word as to his whereabouts.

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Peña Nieto of PRI Wins Election

Pena Nieto, 45, defeated leftist Andrés Manuel López Obrador, his closest rival.

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