Christian Science Monitor
Hijacked radioactive material found in Mexico. How dangerous was it?
This image shows a large box that was part of the cargo of a stolen truck hauling medical equipment with dangerous radioactive material, in Tepojaco, Hidalgo state, north of Mexico City.
Supporters of M rida Cite Successes From Aid Package
Criticism of the Merida Initiative wasn't on Alejandro Matamoros' mind recently when he spoke about his passion for teaching how to mix hip-hop tracks and how it helps his at-risk students express how they view Mexico after years of bloodshed.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Globe and Mail
Narco Cultura: A chilling look at the living hell of Mexico's drug wars
Across the border from El Paso, Tex., which statistically qualifies as one of the safest cities in the United States, is Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, where the murder rate not only jumped tenfold between 2007 and 2010 - from roughly 400 to roughly 4,000 - but is now globally notorious as one of the most dangerous cities on the planet.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Nanaimo Daily News
Mexican dog now home in Hub City
It was Thanksgiving day in La Paz, Mexico that she showed up on their doorstep. Dominic Staniscia didn't even know she was there until he opened the door and nearly tripped over her body.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Alberto Del Rio Shares His Thoughts on Eddie Guerrero, His Toughest...
Alberto Del Rio Shares His Thoughts on Eddie Guerrero, His Toughest Opponents, and His Current Relationship with Ricardo Rodriguez Posted by Jeffrey Harris on 11.23.2013 Are Del Rio and Rodriguez still friends? - DirecTV recently interviewed Alberto Del Rio, who was promoting Sunday's Survivor Series event.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
LA Daily News
Narcocultura and its dark realities, both here and there: Rachel Uranga
There is a certain hype surrounding violence in Mexico and the complicated, dark, alluring and very real cultural phenomena it drives on both sides of the border.
The Miami Herald
and like to kill'
The musical form called the narcocorrido glamorizes gangsters, guns and the bloodthirsty killing that has racked Mexico in the past decade.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
El Paso Times
Centennial gift given to UTEP to honor relationship between Mexico, university
Consul General of Mexico in El Paso Jacob Prado today officially unveiled the details of a special sculpture gift that will be created to honor both the University of Texas at El Paso s Centennial celebration in 2014 and the strong ties between the people of Mexico and the university.
The Beaumont Enterprise
Neighbors in shock over massacre of Mexico family
Jehova's Witness church elder Daniel Sierra delivers the eulogy for four of eight family members who were murdered on Sunday at Kingdom Hall in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Wednesday, Nov. 20, 2013.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
Suspect says he participated in Mexico massacre
One of the suspects in the brutal stabbing deaths of a family of eight in this border city told journalists Wednesday that he stood guard outside the home as a second man detained in the case stabbed the victims to death in a dispute over a 1,500-peso dog-breeding debt.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
Reward for Information on Slaying of Eight Ciudad Juarez Family Members
The mayor of the Mexican border metropolis of Ciudad Juarez posted a reward of 300,000 pesos for information leading to the arrest of the person or persons behind the slaughter of eight members of a family inside their home.
International Business Times
Mexico: Murdered Jehovah's Witness Family 'Knew Killers'
A police officer guards the perimeter of a house where a family was killed as neighbours play football in Ciudad Juarez No signs of forced entry into the house have been found and the knife used for the murder was allegedly from the kitchen, state prosecutor Enrique Villareal said at a news conference.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
The Miami Herald
8 dead in Mexico border city may have known killer
A state prosecutor in Mexico says the fatal stabbing of eight family members in the border city of Ciudad Juarez was likely perpetrated by someone they knew.
Sun Nov 17, 2013
Eight Family Members Killed in Mexico Massacre
Mexican police found Sunday a family of eight, including three children, stabbed to death and tied down in their home in the northern city of Ciudad Juarez.
The Baltimore Sun
Gunmen kill eight members of one family in northern Mexico: media
Gunmen entered a house and shot and killed eight people from one family on Sunday in the northern border city of Ciudad Juarez, local media reported.
Mexico officials find 8 bodies in border city home
Prosecution spokesman Arturo Sandoval said the bodies were found early Sunday and apparently were members of the same extended family.
Tue Nov 12, 2013
Chambersburg Public Opinion
8th person dies from explosion at Mexico factory
A Mexican hospital official says the death toll from an explosion last month at a candy factory near the U.S. border has risen to eight.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
Jose Serrano: Boy with huge tumour 'could be cured with help of sex-aid drug Viagra'
The growth has left the ten-year-old in danger of not being able to breath - with doctors hoping to shrink it with the drug before removing it A boy with a huge tumour growing out of his neck and shoulder could be cured with the help of the sex-aid drug Viagra, according to reports.
Megacable seeks 'just compensation' to return 2.5GHz spectrum
Mexican cable operator Megacable has reportedly called for 'just compensation' in return for surrendering a portion of the spectrum it holds in the 2.5GHz band, according to BNamericas.