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  • Mexico: Tally of bodies exhumed from clandestine grave grows to 42

    Mexico: Tally of bodies exhumed from clandestine grave grows to 42
    MEXICO CITY — The number of exhumed bodies now stands at 42 -- and the digging continues at the latest clandestine mass grave to be discovered on Mexican soil. This month, Mexican authorities declared that they had exhumed 19 unidentified bodies...
  • More U.S. companies opening high-tech factories in Mexico

    More U.S. companies opening high-tech factories in Mexico
    TIJUANA — In an industrial park five miles east of downtown Tijuana, Ariel Ceja toils in a white room bustling with assembly workers hunched over blue tables. A master scheduler, Ceja is in charge of all steps of production at this factory nestled...
  • Mexico's Lopez Obrador, fiery leftist, suffers heart attack

    Mexico's Lopez Obrador, fiery leftist, suffers heart attack
    MEXICO CITY -- Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Mexico’s fiery leftist leader, suffered a heart attack early Tuesday and was hospitalized in stable condition, doctors said. Lopez Obrador, a two-time presidential contender, former mayor of Mexico...
  • Mexican Senate OKs bill to open oil industry to foreign investors

    Mexican Senate OKs bill to open oil industry to foreign investors
    MEXICO CITY — Mexico has taken a giant step toward the most radical opening of the country's nationalized oil and gas industry in 75 years, a move analysts say could boost lagging petroleum production here and further cement North America's new...
  • After leader of vicious Zetas cartel captured, violence could surge

    After leader of vicious Zetas cartel captured, violence could surge
    MEXICO CITY -- The capture of the top leader of Mexico’s savage Zetas cartel will likely have surprisingly little effect on the trafficking of cocaine and other illicit substances to the United States, or on the violence that has claimed tens of...
  • 13 federal police in Mexico accused of being part of kidnapping ring

    13 federal police in Mexico accused of being part of kidnapping ring
    MEXICO CITY — Thirteen Mexican federal police officers are among 18 people arrested recently on suspicion of being part of a deadly kidnapping ring operating in the troubled Pacific resort city of Acapulco, government officials said Tuesday. The...
  • 13 federal police among 18 arrested in Mexico kidnapping probe

    13 federal police among 18 arrested in Mexico kidnapping probe
    MEXICO CITY — Thirteen Mexican federal police officers are among 18 people arrested last week on suspicion of being part of a deadly kidnapping ring operating in the troubled Pacific resort city of Acapulco, government officials said Tuesday....
  • Opposition dispute rivets Mexico, threatens reforms

    Opposition dispute rivets Mexico, threatens reforms
    MEXICO CITY -- A dramatic rupture in Mexico’s main opposition political party has aired the group’s dirty laundry and also could trip up President Enrique Peña Nieto’s ambitious agenda of reform. The political fireworks riveted Mexicans...
  • Activists urge Obama to speak out on Mexico's human rights record

    Activists urge Obama to speak out on Mexico's human rights record
    MEXICO CITY -- Activists are attempting to spotlight human rights issues during President Obama's visit this week to Mexico, urging him to publicly condemn what they describe as Mexico’s abysmal record of torture, killings and forced...
  • The Week Ahead: A king at last, Obama to Mexico, Malaysia divided

    The Week Ahead: A king at last, Obama to Mexico, Malaysia divided
    A man takes charge in the House of Orange-Nassau Tuesday, April 30 -– Prince Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands becomes king, the first male head of state in 123 years. The 46-year-old heir to the throne will inherit the crown, scepter and...
  • Mexico drug war displaces families in Sinaloa highlands

    Mexico drug war displaces families in Sinaloa highlands
    CULIACAN, Mexico — For generations, the extended Hernandez family tended fields of marijuana high in Sinaloa's western Sierra Madre highlands. They sold their crops to representatives of the Sinaloa cartel for a fraction of what the drug would...