México received a U.S. extradition request on June 25.
According to the gender alert more than 1,700 women were slain in the state of México between 2005 and 2014.
53.7 percent of Oaxacans, who are at least 15 years of age, have not completed secondary school.
During the first six months of this year about 100 agents assigned to the customs service were fired for corruption.
The percentage of increase in short term debt was 69 percent.
The Ministry of Finance and Public Credit blocked a bank account that belonged to Section 22 of the CNTE.
Imports grew 2.1 percent resulting in a seasonally adjusted trade balance deficit of $1.354 billion.
The incident occurred when the dump truck lost its brakes and ran over people on the main street.
The sentence was the longest ever given for a femicide.
The Ministry of Tourism reported that during the first five months of this year the number of international tourists totaled 13 million.
An estimated 30,000 teachers and their supporters marched through the streets of Oaxaca.
The CFE did not explain the reasons for the major losses.
For the month of June sales of oil totaled $2.296 billion.
Investigators identified the man as 36-yar-old Andrew Kendrick Huber, originally of California, USA.
They allege that the human right to education for their children has been violated.