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After Brutal Murder Of Photojournalist, Mexico City No Longer A Safe Haven For … Mexico City, the nation's capital, was long considered a safe haven for journalists compared with the rest of Mexico. However, it is no longer safe. This became clear after Mexican photojournalist Rubén Espinosa, who fled the coastal state of Veracruz ……

After Jones Day Raid, Greenberg Traurig Rebuilds Mexico City Outpost The additions come at a time when Greenberg Traurig has been steadily expanding in Mexico City. The office, which now has 34 lawyers, just last month added a new partner in antitrust specialist Miguel Flores Bernés, a former commissioner with Mexico's … Read more on The…

Mexico is furious after the killing of a journalist who embarrassed a governor Late on July 31, Rubén Espinosa, a 31-year-old photojournalist, and four others were found dead in an apartment in Mexico City. Espinosa had recently taken an unflattering photo of the state of Veracruz's governor, Javier Duarte, which appeared on the … Read more…

Mexico lawmakers demand president detail wealth after misrepresentation "These sorts of excesses, evidence of falsehood in his declaration of assets … are incredibly serious," said Alejandro Encinas, a left-leaning senator and former Mexico City mayor, calling for all the assets to be properly disclosed. The revelation … Read more on Reuters

Two Abortion Clinics in Mexico City Shut Down After Pro-Life Prayer Campaign We've asked some of our 40 Days for Life leaders in Mexico to share the rousing story on tonight's 40 Days for Life “Celebration” video webcast … to help you see how this could happen where you live. You won't want to miss…

Mexico detains US woman, Mexican man after liquid meth found MEXICO CITY — Mexican prosecutors have taken into custody a U.S. woman and a Mexican man who were allegedly caught driving a sport utility vehicle with 25 gallons (94 liters) of liquid methamphetamine hidden in the gas tank. The Attorney General's … Read more on The…

Victims Likely Trapped After Deadly Explosion at Mexico City Children's Hospital A gas tank truck explosion collapsed large parts of a Mexico City children's hospital today, leaving at least two reported dead and others injured or believed trapped. Mexico City Civil Defense Director Fausto Lugo told a local television network that … Read more on…

Dozens Still Missing after Explosion at Mexico City Hospital Two years ago, a powerful explosion destroyed the lower floors of the state-owned oil company Pemex headquarters complex in Mexico City, killing at least 33 people who were crushed beneath tons of rubble. Over 120 people were also injured … Read more on teleSUR English

3 dead, 73 hurt after gas blast wrecks Mexico children's hospital A nurse and a baby died in the blast and a second infant died Thursday night, Mexico City authorities said. More than 70 people were injured in the blast that collapsed about three-fourths of the hospital, but by late in the day rescuers determined…

Lawyer: Mexico City Allows Same-Sex Wedding After Long Fight The first same-sex marriage was held Saturday in this city on the border with California, after officials ended an 18-month fight that led to a Mexican Supreme Court order to permit the wedding, a lawyer for the couple said. Attorney Jose Luis Marquez … Read more on…

US opens to Mexico long-haul trucking after 3-year pilot MEXICO CITY — The U.S. has begun accepting applications from Mexican trucking companies seeking authorization for long-haul, cross-border transportation under the North American Free Trade agreement. The State Department says the policy change is … Read more on Fresno Bee

OHL Mexico Shares Rise After Deal With IFM on Conmex Stake Sale The toll road, known as Circuito Mexiquense, is OHL Mexico's biggest revenue generator, representing about 52 percent of sales, according to Monex Casa de Bolsa. The brokerage said in a Nov. 18 note that Mexico City-based OHL Mexico, which is highly … Read more…

Janitor arrested after rifle cache found in school MEXICO CITY — Mexican authorities have arrested a middle school janitor in a city on the Mexico-Texas border after finding a stockpile of weapons and drugs inside the school. Tamaulipas state education secretary Diodoro Guerra Rodriguez calls it an … Read more on Belleville News Democrat

Mexico City police chief resigns after violent protests Mexico City's police chief, Jesus Rodriguez Almeida, has resigned after strong criticism of his handling of protests in the city. A largely peaceful march on 20 November over the disappearances of 43 students in Guerrero state ended with riot police … Read more on BBC News