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Alleged Kingpin Quietly Captured

Cazares, among the most wanted trafficking suspects in the United States, has been arrested in México, U.S. and Mexican officials say.

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Governor Sends Troops to the Sierras

Governor Malova says troops will also act as escorts for those families returning to their homes to collect property left behind.

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Oldest Known Mayan Calendar Discovered

Scientists say the real value of the find is the rare appearance of paintings and numerical calculations.

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Carlos Slim Buys U.S. Telecommunications Firm

Regional wireless giant America Movil said it has agreed to acquire a 100% stake in US wireless carrier Simple Mobile

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Who will be Mexico’s next president? (video) Updated

A panel of experts discuss the candidates and issues surrounding the upcoming presidential elections.

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U.S. Adds Pressure on México for Human Rights Violations

Human Rights Watch released a report saying México’s military and police have committed widespread human rights violations in efforts to combat organized crime.

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Debris from Volcano Close Puebla Airport (Video)

Ashes from Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano forced officials to close the Puebla airport for some 14 hours.

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Authorities Apologize for Playboy Model’s Appearance at Debate

Former Playboy model Julia Orayen was working as an assistant on the televised debate.

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México – 6th Largest Coffee Producer

Currently the major producing states are Chiapas, Veracruz, Oaxaca and Puebla.

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México – Women and Elections

According to a recent study three out of ten Mexican women ask their husbands or partners how to vote.

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Families Flee Sinaloa Violence

Mayor Saul Rubio of Sinaloa de Leyva said many of the families choose to live in the streets rather than remain in their villages.

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Carlos Slim Dodges $1 Billion Fine

The Federal Competition Commission found that Carlos Slim’s company charged unfair fees to competitors.

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Chocolate Cars to be registered in Sinaloa

If you are the owner of American plated car illegally imported into Mexico, the Sinaloa government would like you to register it this month.

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UPDATED: Picachos Dam Protestors Arrested

The State government stepped in to detain protestors blocking both highways between Mazatlán and Culiacán.

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