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  1. In Mazatlan, Mexico, even the simplest mystery is unexplainedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Columbia Daily Herald

    Step away from the well-trod paths of sun-pinkened American and Canadian tourists here on Mexico's Pacific coast, and the real Mazatlan emerges. Down a street marked by a convenience store - what Mexican corner isn't? - there are a few modest homes, a nail parlor and, suddenly, an abandoned field.

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  2. Gilberto Ramirez Faces Maxim Vlasov on Rios-AlvaradoRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 18 | Boxing Scene

    ... knockout wins over Giovanni Lorenzo (April 11) and Junior Talipeau (July 19). A resident of Mazatlan, Sinaloa, Mexico, Ramirez is ranked amongst the top three in all major sanctioning bodies at 168 pounds. In his last bout on July 26 in Riga, ...

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  3. In Mazatlan, Mexico, bands' field concert goes unexplainedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 | Los Angeles Times

    Musicians give an open-air performance after eight bands mysteriously showed up in an abandoned field in Mazatlan, Mexico, last month. Musicians give an open-air performance after eight bands mysteriously showed up in an abandoned field in Mazatlan, Mexico, last month.

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  4. Vancouver's cartel connection: How undercover police recovered millions in cash from Mexican gangsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | National Post

    Ariel Julian Savein would drive to classes at Vancouver's Point Grey secondary a decade ago in his father's green BMW. In his 2003 graduation yearbook, Savein thanked his parents and teachers for getting him through school: "Looking back, it's hard to put things in perspective but I think I've learned a lot."

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  5. This Glimpse Into Mexican Fruit and Vegetable Farms Is HeartbreakingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | Mother Jones

    The ongoing LA Times investigation of conditions on the Mexican farms that grow much of our produce got me digging around for more information. That's how I how I found the above short documentary, Paying the Price: Migrant Workers in the Toxic Fields of Sinaloa, by the Mexico-based Tlachinollan Human Rights Center, a MacArthur-funded group that "defends the rights of the indigenous and poor people living in the mountain and Costa Chica regions of Guerrero, Mexico."

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  6. Cartel Connection part 2: Dirty money and a successful stingRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | Regina Leader Post

    Ariel Savein, 18, in front of his father's BMW, which he used to drive to school at Point Grey secondary. Now 30, Savein is awaiting sentencing for laundering drug money for a Mexican cartel.

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  7. In 2014, missing students buried...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Bangkok Post

    Mexico finally seemed poised to write the drug war's final chapter this year -- the world's most wanted cartel kingpin was captured, homicides fell and the world hailed economic reforms. Joaquina Mora is seen during the vigil of her nephew Alexander Mora --one of the 43 missing students, whose remains were found in a landfill in Cocula-- in the Tecoanapa municipality, Guerrero State, Mexico, on December 11, 2014 But the apparent massacre of dozens of students buried "Mexico's Moment," sparking nationwide protests and triggering the biggest crisis of President Enrique Pena Nieto's two-year-old administration.

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  8. In 2014, missing students buried 'Mexico's Moment'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | HawaiiNews

    Joaquina Mora is seen during the vigil of her nephew Alexander Mora --one of the 43 missing students, whose remains were found in a landfill in Cocula-- in the Tecoanapa municipality, Guerrero State, Mexico, on December 11, 2014 Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto gestures as he speaks during the closing of the XXIV Ibero-American Summit in the Mexican port city of Veracruz, on December 9, 2014 A student with his face painted takes part in a protest march at Tecoanapa, in Guerrero State, Mexico, on December 11, 2014 Mexico finally seemed poised to write the drug war's final chapter this year -- the world's most wanted cartel kingpin was captured, homicides fell and the world hailed economic reforms.

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  9. Atlantic County authorities bust up alleged drug-trafficking ring with ties to Mexican cartelRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | The Jersey Journal

    Sixteen people were arrested this week in connection with a drug-trafficking network in the Atlantic City-area, authorities said. ATLANTIC CITY - A five-month investigation culminated in the arrest this week of 16 individuals involved in a drug-trafficking organization with ties to the Sinaloa drug cartel in Mexico, authorities said.

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  10. Photos: Francisco Vargas, Santos-Casimero WeighinRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Boxing Scene

    A world title shot will be on the line at the Salon Las Palmas in Monterrey, Mexico, on Saturday, December 13, when Mexico City's Armando "Cobra" Santos faces Filipino star John Riel "Cuadro Alas"Casimero in a 12-round IBF Flyweight Title Eliminator that will air on FOX Deportes and Televisa. In the co-main event, unbeaten Francisco "El Bandido" Vargas battles Guasave, Sinaloa, Mexico's Genaro "Duro" Camargo in an eight-round lightweight bout.

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  11. How Mexico's drug gangs set up shop in VancouverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | National Post

    Infamous Mexican cartels like Sinaloa and La Familia have sent representatives to the Lower Mainland to broker drug deals with local gangs, The Vancouver Sun has learned. A Sun investigation has uncovered increasing links between B.C. drug gangs and the notoriously violent cartels that have wreaked havoc along Mexico's northern border.

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  12. Cartel connection: How Mexico's drug gangs set up shop in VancouverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Regina Leader Post

    Arrested Vancouver gangsters James Clayton Riach, right, and Ali Memar Mortazavi Shirazi try to dodge a photographer after being arrested in the Philippines in January 2014. The men, accused of running a drug ring with cartel links, are now on trial for drug trafficking.

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  13. Arcadia girls basketball continues 'melting pot' traditionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | The Arizona Republic

    The Arcadia girls basketball team again features a wide array of backgrounds this season, with players from places such as Mississippi and Mexico. Arcadia girls basketball continues 'melting pot' tradition The Arcadia girls basketball team again features a wide array of backgrounds this season, with players from places such as Mississippi and Mexico.

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  14. Could there be an agency more inept than the DEA?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Boulder Weekly

    Do you remember Acapulco Gold? Panama Red? If you do, you can probably appreciate the latest twist in the war on cannabis.

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  15. Vetyeka Back in Action, Tabugon vs. Siyo For IBO BeltRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | Boxing Scene

    ... Champion Simpiwe Vetyeka (26-3, 16 KO's) and 28-year-old Arturo Santos Reyes (18-3, 5 KO's) of Nogales, Sinaloa, Mexico. The fight marks Vetyeka's return to action after losing by points to Filipino Nonito Donaire (33-3, 21 KO's) last May in Macau, ...

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  16. Raid on tomato exporter in Mexico raises labor condition questionsRead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Los Angeles Times

    At the labor camp for Bioparques de Occidente, they and other farmworkers slept sprawled head to toe on concrete floors. Their rooms crawled with scorpions and bedbugs.

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  17. Mexican megafarms coddle US-bound produce. The workers themselves are not so lucky.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Mother Jones

    Back in 2010, I visited a labor camp that houses some of the migrant workers who grow America's fruit and vegetables. I found people living densely in shanty-like structures made of scrap metal and cinder block, surrounded by vast fields and long rows of greenhouses.

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  18. Mexican Megafarms Supplying U.S. Market Are Rife With Labor AbusesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | KQED

    At the end of the day, Roma tomatoes are ready for transport in Cristo Rey in the state of Sinaloa. Half the tomatoes consumed in the U.S. come from Mexico.

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  19. Felix Jr. on Solis Win, Targets Juan Diaz in 2015Read the original story

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Boxing Scene

    ... with some big shots and I landed some good shots at the right time to put him away," Felix explained. The Sinaloa, Mexico native is now 2-0 since unsuccessfully challenging for the super featherweight WBA interim title in April. Felix struggled to ...

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  20. Inside the Our Lady of Death cult the world's 'fastest growing religion'Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Daily Mail

    Back-street exorcisms, tequila, bullets and Breaking Bad: Inside the Our Lady of Death cult - the world's 'fastest growing religion' - which the Vatican brands 'infernal' MailOnline took part in a A 10 back-street 'exorcism' by a witch of the Santa Muerte cult in Mexico City - now followed by estimated 10m around world Cult first grew out of Mexican criminal underworld - drug gangsters pray to 'White Lady' for the 'chance of a good death' in a world where life is cheap In the backroom of a grimy Mexico City market shop, selling black magic paraphenalia, a 'witch' named Lukzero Agakhan sat me on a low wooden stool.

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