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Northern Mexico fears return to dark past after gunfights
Mexico’s president says he wants to fight drug cartels with “hugs, not bullets,” but after 23 people were killed in a weekend gun battle in the border state of Coahuila, some communities want a more forceful strategy to prevent cartel assailants from reimposing a reign of terror.
Bolivia’s Morales accepts asylum offer from Mexico
Bolivia’s Evo Morales was en route to exile in Mexico on Tuesday after his resignation as president following election unrest in the South American nation.
Ancient traps with remains of mammoths found in Mexico
Archeologists in Mexico uncovered traps containing the remains of at least 14 mammoths.
Mexican mammoth trap provides first evidence of prehistoric hunting pits
Mexican archaeologists said they have made the first ever discovery of pits built around 15,000 years ago to trap mammoths.
Trump calls for ‘war’ on drug cartels after nine Americans killed in Mexico
US President Donald Trump offered Tuesday to help Mexico "wage war" on its cartels after three women and six children from an American Mormon community were murdered in an area notorious for drug traffickers.
Intercontinental Beach Soccer Cup: Iran 7-4 Mexico
In the 2019 Intercontinental Beach Soccer Cup in Dubai, Iran have kicked off their title defense in style, mauling Mexico 7-4 in their Group B opener.
Over 40 skulls found at altar in den of Mexico cartel suspects
Police found more than 40 skulls, dozens of bones and a fetus in a glass jar next to an altar in the den of suspected drug traffickers in Mexico City during a raid this week, authorities said on Sunday.
Nine people killed in shootout between rival outfits in Mexico
Nine people have been killed in southern Mexico in a shootout between two groups using high-powered weapons, authorities said Thursday.
Avocados bring income, cartels in Mexico
Small-scale avocado growers armed with AR-15 rifles take turns manning a vigilante checkpoint to guard against thieves and drug cartel extortionists in Michoacan state, the heartland of world production of the fruit locals call “green gold.”
Mystery of Mexico’s cartel wars grows as ‘The Mouse’ is rescued
Sinaloa cartel gunmen took over a Mexican city on Thursday, turning the streets into an apparent war zone. Their mission was to rescue the son of the notorious drugs lord, El Chapo, who had been captured by police. Officers were forced to release Ovidio Guzmán López after gang members threw up roadblocks with blazing trucks, and staged a prison break of 51 of their comrades.
US migrant policy sends thousands of babies, toddlers back to Mexico
Since January, the US government has ordered 13,000 migrants under 18, including more than 400 infants, to wait with their families in Mexico for US immigration court hearings, a Reuters analysis of government data found.
Mexican officials dig for missing students, signal site's importance
Beside a one-lane highway in southwestern Mexico, surrounded by green fields and wildflowers, investigators combed a dump on Friday for any trace of 43 student teachers whose disappearance has haunted the country for five years.
Mexico frees up some spending in budget, but discipline trumps stimulus
Mexico's government cautiously freed up funds for spending in its 2020 budget proposal on Sunday, slightly loosening a primary surplus target as it aimed to balance big welfare promises with the reality of a stagnant economy.
Mexico uncovers 3,000 secret graves hiding bodies of drug war victims
More than 3,000 secret graves containing victims of Mexico’s raging drug wars have been found across the country, according to the first ever official tally of the phenomenon.
23 people killed in suspected arson attack on Mexico bar
At least 23 people have died in a bar fire in the southeastern Mexican port of Coatzacoalcos after a suspected attack, authorities said, in what appeared to be one of the most deadly acts of criminal violence under the current government.

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