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  • Photos: Military display kicks off Independence Day celebration in Mexico

     
    President Felipe Calderon presided over a spectacular patriotic cermony at Mexico's central military college to kick off the Independence Day festivities of September 16. The "Thoughts on the Homeland" ceremony at the Heroic Military College in southern...
  • A 'Hank Rhon' appears in a museum, and Mexicans mostly shrug

     
    MEXICO CITY -- The art world in this art-obsessed city entertained a minor controversy last week during the official reopening of the Rufino Tamayo Museum in Chapultepec Park. With President Felipe Calderon presiding at an official ceremony, the museum...
  • Mexican authorities still don't know why police shot 2 Americans

     
    Mexican authorities said Saturday they have questioned a dozen federal police agents to try to find out why Mexican police ambushed an SUV south of Mexico City and shot two U.S. government employees inside....
  • Mexican federal police fire on U.S. officials' vehicle, injuring two

     
    Two U.S. government employees were injured Friday when their truck was fired upon by Mexican federal police in a bizarre incident whose details, as provided by Mexican authorities, are far from clear, leaving open the possibility of a tragedy sparked by a...
  • Was Mexican prison warden's kidnap retaliation for penal reforms?

     
    Three years ago, when the armed gang showed up at Cieneguillas prison, they managed to free 53 inmates -- including killers, kidnappers and drug cartel gunmen. Not a shot was fired, and the warden was arrested on suspicion that it was an inside job....
  • Victim in Mexican kidnapping speaks

     
    As questions persist surrounding the shooting by Mexican federal police of a diplomatic vehicle, and the wounding of two U.S. government employees inside, a new explanation is gaining traction....
  • Amid drug war, Mexico homicide rate up for fourth straight year

     
    MEXICO CITY -- A study has found that Mexico’s homicide rate rose for the fourth year in a row in 2011, this time by 5.6% compared with the previous year -- a fact that will come as little surprise to Mexicans who continue to be bombarded each...
  • Google Street View now available for Mexico archaeological sites

     
    Google Street View now available for Mexico archaeological sites....
  • Surge in violence in Mexico's drug war? Figures are inconclusive

     
    A recent string of deadly incidents tied to Mexico's drug war does not appear to indicate a "spike" in the violence, but does suggest that a new flashpoint has opened as the fearsome Zetas cartel shows signs of splitting apart....
  • Dozens dead in attacks in Acapulco, San Luis Potosi, Mexico City

     
    Fourteen bodies were found in a truck Thursday in the state of San Luis Potosi, at least 16 people have been killed since Sunday in the port of Acapulco, and 12 others were reported killed in 24 hours in metropolitan Mexico City. The string of bloody...
  • Mexico cancels mega-resort project near Baja California reef

     
    Mexico's government on Friday halted a controversial mega-resort development in Baja California Sur after environmentalists said it would have threatened a large coral reef in the Sea of Cortes that has rebounded dramatically from years of damage. The...