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Expectations May be Too High for Mexico Energy Reforms (video)

This week, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto signed into law changes to his country’s energy sector.

Texas National Guard Troops on Mexican Border

The first wave of National Guard troops has taken up observation posts along the Texas-Mexico border.

Mexico’s young female basketball players

Basketball is an obsession in the highlands of Oaxaca Mexico where the Triqui community calls home.

Chronic malnutrition among Mexico’s poor

Mexico has one of the highest rates of poverty and malnutrition in the world.

Oil firms brace for Mexico comeback

Mexico’s Congress voted to implement a historic reform reopening the state-controlled oil and gas sector.

Burning crater in the middle of highway after gas pipeline blast

More than 2,000 people were evacuated from the Mexican town of San Pedro on Thursday.

Japan’s Abe in Mexico

Abe’s visit to Mexico is the first visit to Latin America for a Japanese Prime Minister in 10 years.

Mexico cracks down on subway vendors

Many Mexicans who sell candies and other items on the subway are now being arrested.

Refugees Cross Rio Grande in Hopes of Being Caught

Border Patrol struggles to round up the flood of people trying to escape violence in Central America.

Pulitzer Prize winner detained at U.S.-Mexico border

Jose Antonio Vargas, director of the film “Documented,” was detained at the U.S.-Mexico border.

First ever rehabilitation centre for exotic wild animals opens in Mexico

Mexico has welcomed its first ever rehabilitation centre for neglected and mistreated exotic wild animals.

Private militias supplement US Border Patrol’s work

When the US Border Patrol can’t stop migrants from crossing into the country from Mexico, private groups take the law into their own hands.

Hundreds Rescued From Mexico Group Home

More than 450 children have been rescued from a group home in Mexico where they were allegedly abused.

At least five die after earthquake rocks Guatemala and Mexico

A new born baby was among at least five people killed after a strong earthquake struck the border between Guatemala and Mexico.

Mexico frees 165 kidnap victims near U.S. border

Mexican state police rescued 165 migrants who had been kidnapped while traveling to the United States.