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Expats Buzzing over No Pets in Airline Cabin

The Mexican FAA has decided to enforce the law against pets in airplane cabins within Mexico.

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UPDATED: Alleged Son of “El Chapo” Guzman Arrest a Mistake

Mexican marines detained a young man they believe is one of the sons of México’s most-wanted drug kingpin, Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman.

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México Halts Cabo Cortes Project

Nonprofit groups, environmental advocates and researchers in Mexico campaigned heavily to stop the Cancun-sized development.

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U.S. Money Laundering Arrest Leads to U.S. Consular Alert

Seven people were arrested in a massive raid Tuesday in Oklahoma which also saw the seizure of prize-winning horses.

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México Auto Production and Exports Make Gains

In May the automotive industry produced 228,048 vehicles, 2.8% above that recorded in the same month in 2011.

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#Yo Soy 132

Students have called for a third debate between the presidential candidates to be organized and moderated by the I Am 132 movement.

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IDTP Says Reduce Gas Subsidies

Consultants said current gasoline subsidies distort the real cost of buying and owning an automobile.

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The Rise of Rural Mexican Women (video)

Women in rural Mexico often have to fend for themselves when their husbands migrate to America and don’t come back.

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Oaxaca Teachers End Strike

Teachers will resume classes on Thursday in the 13,000 public schools where 1.3 million students have had no classes to attend.

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Nissan’s Leaf Ready for México

Nissan México is currently negotiating with the federal government for incentives for its new electric car, the Leaf.

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México’s “Ninis” at Risk

(Coparmex) asked lawmakers to put aside the election and convene a special session to push through labor reform as part of the strategy to stimulate job creation.

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Lion’s Club Joins Fight against Childhood Diabetes

Diabetes has become the leading cause of death in México for people between the ages 20 and 39.

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Drug Cartel Takes to the Air

The incident in the Sinaloa?s state capital is the first time in recent memory that traffickers have resorted to aerial leafleting.

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U.S. Re-Certifies México’s Shrimp Fleet

U.S. experts verified that shrimp fishing boats in the Atlantic and Pacific oceans have turtle excluder devices (TEDs).

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School Lunch Sends 150 Students to Hospital

A outside contracted lunch of chicken enchiladas resulted in the food poisoning of 150 elementary students.

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