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The Rise of Mexican Black Tar (video)

As the rate of opioid addiction has surged in the United States, Mexico has become the world’s third-largest producer of opium used to process heroin.

Illegal immigrant numbers surge at Mexican border

The number of families and unaccompanied children apprehended on southern border has skyrocketed.

Smog alert forces Mexico to take drastic measures

To face recent air pollution peaks and increase in smog-linked diseases, Mexico announced it will be taking extraordinary measures.

Women Fight Back Against Sexual Harassment

Four women are tired of daily sexual harassment and have decided to expose the situation.

81.5 % of the Population is covered by New Criminal Justice System

Currently there are more than 780 court rooms designed for oral arguments in the country.

OECD: México with 5th Lowest Unemployment

For the month of March México had one of the lowest unemployment rates.

Industrial Production Falls 0.2%

In March México’s industrial production fell a seasonally adjusted 0.2 percent from February.

Over 300,000 Mexicans Force to Emigrant Because of Violence

Organized crime violence associated with drug trafficking and gang activity has reached “epidemic proportions” in México.

Retail Sales up over 10% in April

Liverpool continued to lead the sales growth among department store chains.

Government Seizes Almost $9 Million in Cartel Assets

The AG’s office added that authorities also confiscated $621,086 in cash in U.S. dollars.

Pipeline Theft up over 50% Last Year

Pipeline theft in México was up 52 percent in 2015.

More than 25,000 Children and Adolescents Have Gone Missing in Last Nine Years

Children and adolescents under state jurisdiction who have gone missing rose from 669 reported in 2007 to 4,090 in 2015.

Mother’s Day Celebrants Spend 652 Million Pesos

Mother’s Day in México is one of the most important days of the year not only for families but also for businesses.

Canadian Teen Discovers Lost Mayan City

Reaching the remote area, which Gadoury christened K’aak Chi, or Fire Mouth, will not be easy.

Women in México City Protest over Rampart Public Sexual Harassment

Users say that part of the problem is that going to the authorities with complaints is all but pointless.