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Music festival shooter was after one person

The shooter in a Playa del Carmen nightclub this morning had entered the bar for the sole purpose of killing one person, the Attorney General of Quintana Roo said this FULL STORY The post Music festival shooter was after one person appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

CDMX will invest in 20,000 new homes

After construction of low-cost housing in Mexico City was suspended for three years, the Legislative Assembly has approved the first 20,000 new homes under the city’s new housing law. The FULL STORY The post CDMX will invest in 20,000 new homes appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Guerrero gang war moves into Tixtla

More violence and continued lawlessness in Guerrero have claimed two victims in another murder that no one can explain. Just days after a college professor, her husband and their teenage son were FULL STORY The post Guerrero gang war moves into Tixtla appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

IMF growth forecast reduced to 1.7%

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cut its growth outlook for Mexico to 1.7% this year and 2% next, a decline of 0.6% for both years. The fund said today FULL STORY The post IMF growth forecast reduced to 1.7% appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

14 suspected narcos arrested in BCS

Fourteen suspected drug traffickers have been arrested in two distinct operations in Baja California Sur. The state’s Security Coordination Group said yesterday the suspects have been involved in incidents of FULL STORY The post 14 suspected narcos arrested in BCS appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Narcos can save by reusing old tunnels

Drug smugglers are able to save a bit of money on tunnel building at the Mexico-United States border: they can just use the old ones. Mexican and U.S. officials say FULL STORY The post Narcos can save by reusing old tunnels appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Gunman kills five at Mexican BPM music festival – video report

Five people died and 15 were injured when a gunman opened fire at the BPM music festival in Mexico. The attack happened early on Monday outside the Blue Parrot nightclub in Playa del Carmen. The police director in Quintana Roo stateShow More Summary

5 killed in shooting at music festival in Playa

At least five people are dead and more than 15 wounded after a shooting early this morning at a Playa del Carmen nightclub. Early reports say a lone shooter opened FULL STORY The post 5 killed in shooting at music festival in Playa appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Reports of shooting at BPM music festival in Mexico

Shots fired in club during dance event in Playa Del Carmen reportedly killing up to five people and injuring many others Several people are feared dead after shots were fired at a music festival in the Mexican resort of Playa Del Carmen. Show More Summary

Japanese steel firm is investor No. 1000

A firm that will manufacture galvanized steel strips for use in the automotive industry is the 1,000th Japanese company to invest in Mexico. Economy Secretary Ildefonso Guajardo Villarreal recognized Nucor-JFE FULL STORY The post Japanese steel firm is investor No. 1000 appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

On the Mexican border, it takes more than a wall to make sense of this tangle

A historian travels to the divided cities of Ambos Nogales for a concrete example of a complicated relationship But for the tall, copper-coloured fence, it would not be obvious to the casual visitor that there are two Nogales. The Arizona version, population about 20,000, sits next to its Mexican namesake in Sonora, which is 10 times larger. Show More Summary

Mexican tourism: it’s time for a new focus

Strong visitor numbers have launched Mexico back into the top 10 tourist destinations in the world but growth of the country’s tourism sector has not been what it should in the FULL STORY The post Mexican tourism: it’s time for a new focus appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

80-peso water bill reason to be grateful

Jumapam is the government agency dealing with water, sewer and rubbish removal in Mazatlán.  Our monthly Jumapam bill is about 80 pesos (close to US $4) and I am truly grateful FULL STORY The post 80-peso water bill reason to be grateful appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

More testimony links Los Zetas, ex-governor

New testimony has surfaced linking former Coahuila governor Humberto Moreira to the Zetas drug gang. An unnamed high-ranking member of the criminal organization told officials from the Attorney General’s office last FULL STORY The post More testimony links Los Zetas, ex-governor appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

People of Americas on cusp of the abyss

Donald Trump is on the cusp of taking the oath of office, and consequently the American people (meaning in this context all of the people of the Americas) are on FULL STORY The post People of Americas on cusp of the abyss appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Drug lord must pay DEA agent’s family

A Mexican federal judge has ruled that drug lord Ernesto Fonseca Carrillo, former leader of the long-disbanded Guadalajara Cartel, must pay reparation of just over 20.8 million pesos, close to US FULL STORY The post Drug lord must pay DEA agent’s family appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

How will Mexico deal with The Donald?

What is Mexico’s plan for facing incoming U.S. president Donald Trump, whose presidential campaign included heated anti-Mexican rhetoric? How is the country’s government preparing for threatened changes to the U.S.-Mexico FULL STORY The post How will Mexico deal with The Donald? appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Gasoline supplies at ‘crisis’ levels: secretary

Mexico is going through a gasoline supply crisis due to the fact that there are no more than three days’ worth of inventory, the Energy Secretary warned yesterday. Appearing before FULL STORY The post Gasoline supplies at ‘crisis’ levels: secretary appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Hilton Hotels plans nine new properties

Citing the “impressive growth of tourism” in Mexico, Hilton Hotels & Resorts has announced it will open nine new hotels between now and 2019. The new properties, which will operate FULL STORY The post Hilton Hotels plans nine new properties appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Dispute with mine continues in Durango

Community landowners in the northern state of Durango are seeking support from the federal government in defending their rights in a years-long dispute with a Canadian mining company. The ejido, or community-owned FULL STORY The post Dispute with mine continues in Durango appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

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