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Mexico overtakes Japan in car exports to the US

The Mexican Auto Industry Association reported production was up 16.3 percent while exports rose 12.9 percent.

Manhunt on for Mexico’s most-wanted drug lord

Security forces and vigilantes are continuing to search for the head of the Knights Templar Cartel.

Deported After Protest by His Family, Mexican Immigrant to Attempt U.S. Re-Entry

Valdez says he was deported in retaliation for a hunger strike that his family took part in.

Citigroup Faces Probe into $400 Million Fraud at Mexican Unit

The U.S. government has opened an investigation into Citigroup’s Mexican unit over $400 million in fraudulent loans.

Mexican Knights Templar cartel leader killed by armed forces

The suspected leader of the Knights Templar cartel, Enrique Plancarte, was killed by armed forces.

Broken lives of immigrants deported from US to Mexico

Almost two million undocumented immigrants have been deported from the US since 2009.

Keeping traditions alive at a top mariachi school (video)

“Mariachi is everywhere. It is all over the world.”

The day my pop star wife Selena was killed

On 31 March 1995, at the age of 23, Selena Quintanilla-Perez, a rising Latino superstar, was murdered.

10 Most Amazing Facts of Mexico

Mexico has the world’s smallest volcano.

Mexican Muslims (video)

Cheb Cheb Ibrahim is one of the first Mexican Indians to convert to Islam and a member of the only indigenous Muslim community in Mexico.

Mexico: No bars to education

American football has transformed the lives and prospects of young criminals in Mexico.

In Mexico, auto boom fuels Japanese culture mix

The auto boom has Mexicans trying to learn more about Japanese language and culture.

Mexico confirms killing of ‘dead’ drug lord

Mexico has confirmed the death of the leader of the Knights Templar cartel.

Habitat loss affecting Butterfly migration

The yearly mass migration of monarch butterflies from Mexico to North America and back again is under threat.

Indigenous art from west Mexico at Emory

Indigenous art from west Mexico in the Carlos Museum at Emory University.