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Sinaloa Analyzing its Femicide Problem

In April this year the State penal code was amended to make femicide a special crime with a minimum penalty of 20 years in prison and a maximum of 50 years.

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Tomato exports to the U.S. at risk

One in every two tomatoes consumed in the United States are from Mexico.

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The Story Behind México’s Olympic Diving Medals

In 2002 an agreement was signed between México and Beijing to bring 50 Chinese coaches to México to help train its athletes.

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Heavy Rains Expected from Tropical Storm Kristy

Tropical Storm Kristy will affect the western part of México and southern Baja California peninsula.

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Purported Head of Gulf Cartel Captured

Jorge Eduardo Costilla Sanchez was arrested by Mexican marines and presented to the public Thursday morning.

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Peña Nieto seeks autonomous IFAI

Through the IFAI, which was created in 2002, citizens can demand public information.

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Mexico to Reduce Reliance on US

President Felipe Calderón warns of “very weak growth” from Mexico’s northern neighbor.

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Army Captures Three Cartel Bosses

Three brothers suspected of being top Jalisco Nueva Generación drug cartel bosses were captured by army troops.

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Obstacles to or Catalysts for a Criminal Leaving the Drug Trade

A recent study pointed to four different obstacles to or catalysts for a criminal leaving the drug trade.

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Tourism Reports shows Drop in Tourism on Pacific Coast

The analysis is the result of two years of research conducted by the School of Tourism.

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México Releases Over 200 Million Turtle Hatchlings

México?s government has spent more than 143 million pesos to support projects that combat threats to sea turtles.

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UPDATED: New Jerusalem Blocks Teachers

The New Jerusalem community prohibits formal schooling, television, radio, modern music, dress and fashion.

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Reputed top leader of Gulf Cartel is Captured in México

Mario Cardenas was found with a small amount of weaponry, cocaine, money and communications equipment.

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Sixty Million Below Poverty Line in Mexico by Year End

Underemployment, inflation and other factors have eroded the income level of some 31 million Mexicans.

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Calderón Gives his Sixth and Final State of the Union Speech

President Calderón said he would end his term with a country that is shielded from the economic shocks of the world.

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