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  • Two Mexican photojournalists found dead in Veracruz

     
    Two missing news photographers were found dead in southeastern Mexico on Thursday, officials said, marking a grim week for journalists in the violence-plagued state of Veracruz after the weekend killing of a Mexican magazine correspondent....
  • Mexico ex-president calls drug war 'useless'

     
    Former Mexican President Vicente Fox labeled the world's drug strategy "useless" and a failure."...
  • Reporter for Mexican magazine killed

     
    A journalist for the muckraking Mexican magazine Proceso was found dead in her home in the coastal state of Veracruz, beaten and apparently starngled....
  • Mexico candidate, actress wife star in reality TV campaign videos

     
    MEXICO CITY -- The campaign for the front-runner in Mexico's presidential election is producing reality TV-style documentary videos that show him kissing and flirting with his wife, eating ice cream and returning home after a day on the campaign trail...
  • Mexico's president seeks credit for migration drop across U.S. border

     
    Mexican President Felipe Calderon says improving conditions in his country are a reason for the dramatic reduction in the flow of migrants to the United States....
  • Gunmen kill 15 in bar attack in northern Mexico

     
    Gunmen stormed a bar in the northern city of Chihuahua and opened fire, killing 15....
  • Mexico's 'Popo' volcano shoots glowing rocks

     
    Glowing red rocks were thrown from the top of the active Popocatepetl volcano at dawn Friday, producing more spectacular (and slightly frightening) images from the peak southeast of populous Mexico City. But authorities did not raise the alert level for a...
  • Mexican lawmakers approve watered-down political reforms

     
    Mexico's Congress approved a package of political reforms Thursday that dropped key provisions that had been proposed by President Felipe Calderon....
  • Mexico authorities say bodies of 14 men dumped in Nuevo Laredo

     
    Authorities in the northern Mexico city of Nuevo Laredo report discovering the remains of 14 men in a vehicle near City Hall....
  • Back again, liberal Mexico candidate makes pitch to business leaders

     
    MEXICO CITY -- In 2006, when he came within a hair of winning Mexico's presidency, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's opponents on the right called him a "danger to Mexico," a would-be Hugo Chavez of Venezuela, and said he would plunge the country into an...
  • Mexico's President Calderon pays first official visit to Cuba

     
    In a long-delayed effort to improve relations between Mexico and Cuba, Mexican President Felipe Calderon on Wednesday made his first official trip to Havana, where he was to meet with President Raul Castro and a host of other Cuban officials....