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Mexican Drug War

500 Human Remains Found in 'Narcograves' in Coahuila, in Northern Mexico

The remains of at least 500 people have been found in 'narcograves' in northern Coahuila, Mexico, since Feb. 1, when the State Attorney General started an operation to locate missing people from 11 municipalities.
Voladores de Papantla

Mexican Dancer Dies During 'Voladores de Papantla' Ceremony, Falls From a Height of 20 Meters [Video]

In Mexico, a man died after falling more than 20 meters while he took part in the traditional "Voladores de Papantla" ceremony.
Chef Bourdain

Chef Anthony Bourdain Explores the Gastronomy of Tepito and Cuernavaca During His Visit to Mexico

Renowned globally for his popular TV show, American chef Anthony Bourdain recently visited the Federal District in Mexico, where he toured some of the most emblematic places in the most populated city in the world.
Protests

Mexico is Among the 65 Countries With a Risk of Rebellion in 2014: The Economist

The Economist released its list of countries with the most risk of suffering a rebellion during 2014, and among these nations with a high risk of social agitation is Mexico and other Latin American countries.
Anahí and governor Manuel Velasco

Campaign Promoting Manuel Velasco, Governor of Chiapas and Anahí's Boyfriend, is 'Aggravating': Analysts [Video]

During the past few months, the sentimental relationsip between actress and singer Anahí and the governor of Chiapas, Mexico's poorest state, has caught the attention of tabloids and national entertainment publications; however, the political aspect of what many have called a "PRI-like model" of personal promotion had been blurred until recently.
Sofía Vergara

Sofía Vergara Poses in Tiny Bikini During Christmas [Pictures]

Actress Sofía Vergara shared some pictures that left her followers on social networks surprised during the Holidays.
The Beast

Migrant Children Crossing Mexico Await Cakes From the Three Wise Men

The ordeal and innumerable dangers Latin American migrants face while crossing Mexico to reach the 'American Dream' is even tougher for children, activists warned.
Rosca de Reyes

Monumental 400-Meters-Long 'Rosca de Reyes' Presented in Mexico City

Authorities of the government of Mexico City presented a gigantic Rosca de Reyes (a traditional sweet bread) that was shared by thousands of people according to Mexican newspaper Milenio.
Chucho el Descuartizador

Mexican Federal Forces Capture 'Chucho the Ripper', 'Knights Templar' Cartel Hitman: Report

Mexico's Ministry of the Interior (SEGOB) reported on Wednesday, Feb. 5 that Federal Police units arrested Jesús Sánchez Huerta, also known as "Chucho el Descuartizador" ("Chucho the Ripper"), an alleged member of the "Knights Templar" Cartel in Michoacán, whose job was to dismember and get rid of the bodies of the victims of the criminal organization.
Krokodil

Mexican Authorities Confirm the First Case of 'Krokodil' in Nogales, Sonora

Health authorities around the world are on alert due to the rise of registered cases of Krokodil use, a low-cost drug the effects of which are similar to heroin, but its use leads to a long and painful death.
Lucero

Lucero Causes Controversy in Social Networks Over Pictures of Her Hunting

Lucero, one of Mexico's most renowned artists, also famous for hosting Mexico's Telethon, a philanthropic event that raises funds to support children with disabilities, has been the target of criticisms after a magazine revealed pictures of her hunting along her sentimental partner, Michael Kuri.
Mexico City Subway H1N1

Mexico on Alert Over H1N1 Influenza: 2,994 Cases and 314 Deaths Registered

Mexico health authorities are on alert due to the recent spike in the number of cases and deaths caused by the H1N1 influenza virus this year.
Gulf Cartel

Alleged Members of the Gulf Cartel Record Themselves Handing Out Christmas Toys and Food in Tampico [Video]

Criminals of the Gulf Cartel, one of the infamous criminal organizations operating in Mexico, handed out toys and food in the state of Tamaulipas, one of the poorest states in Mexico and which in recent years has been affected by the violence generated by the war against cartels.
Zetas

Alleged 'Gulf Cartel' and 'Los Zetas' Criminals Hand out Rosca de Reyes in Tamaulipas [Video]

Days after a video of "Gulf Cartel" criminals uploaded a video to YouTube of them handing out toys and food in Tamaulipas, one of the states most affected by cartel violence, a new video showing alleged members of the criminal group handing out rosca de reyes has been uploaded.
Mexico, Carlos Vela

Did Carlos Vela Make Right Decision By Rejecting Mexico Spot in 2014 World Cup?

Carlos Vela will not play in the World Cup for Mexico. The Real Sociedad superstar confirmed the news on Monday.

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