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Crude Oil Exports Fall 37.3%

Pemex said that for the month of June crude exports fell 8.8 percent.

CFE Reverses Losses

This is the first time since 2010 that the CFE has reported positive financial results.

Bus Accidents Leaves Five Injured on Mazatlán-Durango Highway

The accident occurred outside the town of El Magistral.

Private Business Sector says “Enough” to CNTE

“The Mexican government seems to be losing the battle against a few who systematically violate the law.”

Call for Stepped up Security after the Murder of Two Mayors

In addition to López González, four others were shot and killed, including the city’s vice mayor.

Striking CNTE Teachers Shut Down Chiapas Airport

Starting Tuesday, the CNTE vows to institute a “permanent blockade” of Tuxtla Gutierrez.

June Unemployment Down Slightly from May

The seasonally adjusted unemployment rate returned to be below 4.0 percent.

Kidnappings Down, Homicides up in First Half of 2016

The crime of extortion decreased 12 percent during the first six months of this year.

INEGI Criticized for Poverty Survey Changes

INEGI said it merely “improved” the way it measures income because it suspected people were underreporting what they earn.

Investigation of Missing Students did not confirm Incineration

The report from international fire experts convened by the Mexican government was obtained by The Associated Press.

Alejandra Barrales, new president of PRD

She made clear that the PRD was interested in maintaining alliances with the National Action Party (PAN).

SEP Announces Changes to Teachers’ Evaluation

SEP announced adjustments to the controversial teacher-evaluation process that has sparked protests by dissident educators.

Cactus seeds smuggled from Mexico may cause cactus extinction

Nearly one-third of these desert plants face extinction.

Mexican Folk Art

Mexico has a colorful, rich tradition of paper mache folk art kept alive by artists such as Carlos Arredondo.

Fear at the border mounts as possibility of Trump’s wall looms

Along the California-Mexico border, Latino immigrants worry Donald Trump may actually build his promised wall.