UN, Mexico: Truck with radioactive load stolen
A cargo truck hauling used medical equipment with extremely dangerous radioactive material was stolen from a gas station in central Mexico, and authorities have put out an alert in six central states and the capital to find it, Mexican and U.N. nuclear officials said Wednesday.
Mexican truck with radioactive load stolen
JUNE 08: A symbolf for radioactivity is visible on a radioactively-contaminated container once used to transport nuclear fuel rods at the nearby Greifswald former nuclear power plant at the Zwischenlager Nord temporary nuclear waste storage facility on June 8, 2011 in Lubmin, Germany.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
What do you get if you cross Latin America with Africa?
So, this time we leave the shores of Europe, and embark on a voyage to the new world.
The Journal of Commerce Online
Maersk Line to Launch Intra-America Service
Maersk Line will launch a new weekly intra-America service connecting the U.S., including Puerto Rico, with Mexico, Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia and the Dominican Republic.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Ex-governor south of Texas faces significant conspiracy, fraud and drug charges
The ex-governor of Tamaulipas, Mexico has been formally charged with an unsealed federal indictment in the United States for a multitude of conspiracy , fraud and money laundering charges.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Parish priest, vicar murdered in Mexico
A Mexican Roman Catholic diocese says a parish priest and his vicar have been murdered in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Advocate staff photo by Matthew Hinton-- Jose de la Cruz, of...
Jose de la Cruz arrived in New Orleans five years ago, drawn from North Carolina by the promise of steady work in the city's post-Katrina reconstruction.
Thugs Attack Central American Migrants, 2 Die When Thrown from "La Bestia" Train
Two Central American migrants headed for the United States were killed and a third was injured when criminals threw them off the freight train they were riding in the Mexican Gulf state of Veracruz, officials said.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
Mexico's booming industry making unsafe cars
In this Sept. 19, 2013 photo, cars produced in Mexico for export are parked at the port terminal in the Gulf city of Veracruz, Mexico.
La Sierra serves up authentic Mexican cuisine in Selbyville
As a result of exposure to popular Tex-Mex and Mexican-style fast-food chains, many Americans may have a skewed perception of what authentic Mexican cuisine actually entails.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
A government scholarship enabled Rivera to study art at the Academy of San Carlos in Mexico City from age 10, and a grant from the governor of Veracruz enabled him to continue his studies in Europe in 1907.
'Circle of poverty' grows at Mexican farms
Vast fields of tomatoes, lining the roads out of the Sinaloa capital of Culiacan, miles and miles of mesh tenting shielding the plants from the sun.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
Mexican Gov't Says Cholera Outbreak is "Under Control"
Mexican health authorities said that the cholera outbreak in the central region of the country is "under control" and that a total of 184 cases have been confirmed in four states and Mexico City.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Amphibian Stage Productions' TAD-POLES Set for The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Today
Amphibian Stage Productions announced today that it will present its outreach troupe, Tad-Poles , at The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth tdoay, November 23 for a free public performance of Tad-Poles: Mexico 2013 in the lobby from noon to 1 pm.
How to plan a safe Mexico vacation
With scorching temps, beautiful beaches, historic ruins and a vibrant culture, Mexico is a vacationer's paradise.
Kansas City InfoZine
Coastal Watersheds Conservation Project Spans Across the Gulfs of Mexico and California
The Coastal Watersheds Conservation Project in the Context of Climate Change, approved by the World Bank Board of Directors, seeks to promote the comprehensive management of coastal watersheds across the gulfs of Mexico and California in the states of Veracruz, Tabasco, Chiapas, Hidalgo, Puebla and Campeche, among others.
Inter Press Service
Legal Battles Against Opening Up Mexico's Oil Industry
Collective lawsuits against oil contracts with foreign companies have heated up the debate on Mexico's energy reform.
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Women's Wear Daily
H&M Eyes Mexico Expansion
The Swedish fast-fashion retailer has made Mexico its Latin American launch pad and is readying the inauguration of its third Mexican store.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
World Press Freedom Review
In Veracruz, powers that be have clear message: Don't mess with us
Proceso journalist shares disturbing account of magazine's quest for justice in murder of its Veracruz correspondent, Regina MartA nez A journalist holds up posters with the photo of Regina Martinez, a journalist and correspondent for Proceso, Mexican's biggest circulation news magazine, during a protest against the killing of journalists outside ... (more)