Pay de Limon which means lemon in English was found bleeding in a rubbish dumpster after the thugs practiced torture techniques on him. Horrified residents in Fresnillo, Mexico City, gave him first aid and managed to rush him to a vet at Milagros Caninos, an association that rehabilitates dogs that have suffered extreme abuse. After months of […]
Mexico Arrests 30 Suspected Drug Cartel Members Capture of Gulf Cartel Members, Seizure of Arsenal Comes as Government says Drug Related Crime Rate Falling Mexican marines captured 30 suspected Gulf cartel members and seized an arsenal of weapons during two days of raids in a northern border state torn by drug gang battles, officials announced […]
Mexico City’s thousands of stores went green Wednesday, as amended ordinances on solid waste now outlaw businesses from giving out thin plastic bags that are not biodegradable. The law affects all stores, production facilities and service providers within the Federal District, which encompasses the city limits. Nearly 9 million people live inside the district and another 10 million reside in surrounding communities that make up greater Mexico City
A series of coordinated attacks in at least seven Mexican cities killed three federal police officers and two soldiers Saturday in what officials are calling an unprecedented onslaught by drug gangs, reports said.
At the request of the Colombian government, Interpol, an international police agency, has issued an alert for the arrest of a Mexican student linked to the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia, or FARC.
Mexico’s tourism industry has endured some brutal punches this year. First, the global financial crisis hampered vacation spending.
A moderately strong earthquake rocked Mexico City on Friday afternoon, shaking the earth in the sprawling capital.
Blind photography: the very concept sounds like an oxymoron. But an intriguing and often striking exhibition of photographs in Riverside, California, argues that it emanates from the core of contemporary art. The show “Sight Unseen,” at the California Museum of Photography until Aug.
Mexico lowered its swine flu alert one notch Thursday as more than 6 million students returned to classes and thousands of shuttered businesses reopened their doors. The alert went from orange (elevated) to yellow (medium). Mexico has reported 1,112 laboratory-confirmed cases, including 42 deaths, according to the World Health Organization
All businesses in Mexico City can reopen Thursday after almost a week of closures due to concerns over swine flu, said Mexico City Press Office spokesman Salvador Macías. The Mexican government closed all nonessential government offices and businesses Friday as the number of confirmed cases of the virus known as H1N1 began to climb. Mexico has borne the brunt of the flu, with 942 confirmed cases, including 29 deaths, according to the World Health Organization