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Bird Flu Discovered in Puebla and Oaxaca

The cases of bird flu were detected in two farms in the states of Oaxaca and Puebla.

No Debates for Sinaloa Candidates for June 7 Elections

Campaigning began last Sunday for the national June 7 legislative elections.

Gold Worth 8.4 Million Dollars Stolen from Mine

900 kilograms of gold-bearing concentrate containing 7,000 gold ounces were stolen.

Consumer Confidence up in March

The consumer confidence index for March increased 0.11 percent from that seen in February.

First Quarter Auto Sales up Almost 22%

The 21.9 percent increase is the highest percentage increase in the past 15 years.

Domestic Workers are Abused in México

One out of every ten Mexican women who work for money, work as a maid.

15 Police Killed in Jalisco

The shootout between the armed assailants and the police lasted nearly an hour.

Child Abuse up 50% in México

During 2014 a total of 39,516 cases of child abuse were reported throughout México.

Sinaloa in Top Ten in Assaults on Journalists

13.4 percent of the journalists assaulted last year are “independent and human rights defenders.”

Pemex Searches for Men Missing from Oil Rig Fire

Four people were killed in last Wednesday’s fire, the cause of which is unknown.

OECD: México First in Bullying and Teen Pregnancies

México ranks first in bullying. Statistics shows that bullying has affected some 18,781,785 primary and secondary students.

Toyota Plans New Plant for México

In México, Toyota’s factory has a maximum output capacity of 200,000 cars a year.

Acapulco Police Chief Murdered

Daniel Pérez Chrysóstom, head of the Municipal Police in Acapulco, was murdered Saturday.

Analysts Revise México’s Growth Downward

The surveyed analysts also downwardly revised their 2016 forecasts from 3.63 percent to 3.51 percent.

Suspected Leader of Kidnapping Ring Arrested

Federal Police have arrested 24-year-old Nicolas Trujillo.