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On this date Lin Zexu, Imperial Commissioner of Canton, China, forced foreigners to turn over all the opium they possessed, amounting to 20,000 cases which were immediately thrown into the sea. England responded with the Opium Wars. In August, 1842 a treaty was signed in Nankin ending the conflict.
A 9-year-old tourist from Jalisco accidentally drowned in the swimming pool of the Riu Hotel.
The identity of Nazario Moreno Gonzalez has been confirmed 100 percent by fingerprints.
The dead have been identified as the members of two families.
Most the vessels in the Mazatlán shrimp fleet have returned to the dock at Bonfil.
The legislation bars referendums on proposals that would restrict any rights set forth in México’s constitution.
In February this year, 66,183 passengers arrived at the Rafael Buelna Airport, a 10.1 percent increase over the same time last year.
Mexican stocks have underperformed the rest of the emerging markets over the past year.
Archaeologists in Mexico made an exciting discovery this week, after uncovering a 1,500-year-old pre-Hispanic shaft tomb.
Citigroup is facing investigations from the US Securities and Exchange Commission and from Mexican authorities over fraudulent activity relating to its Banco Nacional de Mexico unit.
Mexico City’s Chapultepec Zoo celebrates the first birth of a hippopotamus in 16 years.
A look inside the former safe house of Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman.
On this date began what is known as the Vietnam War which began in Indochina when two American Marine battalions, with a total of 3,500 men, disembarked in Vietnam to protect their base on the orders of American President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Mellany Pacheco Rojas, sister of the young woman killed in the Plazuela Machado, lamented attacks against women.
The construction of the two boats will generate 150 direct jobs.