Arkansas State University (ASU) will be the first American public university to open a campus in Mexico, with classes scheduled to begin in August at its new facilities in Colón, Querétaro. With FULL STORY The post US university is first to open campus in MX appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
An American citizen who has lived in Mazatlán for the last 10 years is being sought by family members and friends after he disappeared Tuesday night. O’Neil McGean, originally from FULL STORY The post Mazatlán resident missing since Tuesday appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
First there were some fishy dealings involving the release of two men arrested for carrying firearms but a new report offers details of past criminal acts by a Jalisco judge. “In FULL STORY The post Supreme Court judge accused of homicide appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Mexico’s new Secretary of Public Administration said today that anyone who commits an act of corruption will be penalized by the federal agency. Arely Gómez, who was shifted from her FULL STORY The post Police corruption is up 5 points in 2 years appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Business owners pay bribes in order to be successful, says the author of a corruption study, which is why nearly half of Mexican businesses have paid one. The second edition of the FULL STORY The post Bribery necessary for business success appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
New ‘global impunity index’ reveals that Islamist groups have murdered a large number of reporters and photographers without fear of being punished Islamist groups have been responsible for murdering a large number of journalists over the past decade without their killers being brought to justice. Show More Summary
Javier Duarte was “the new PRI” and the new governors of Chihuahua and Quintana Roo were hailed as a new generation of young leaders. Today, the first is a fugitive FULL STORY The post Suspect governors once showed promise appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
How does the world view Mexico? In three distinct ways, according to a new study. Mexico’s Image in the World 2006-2015, conducted by the Mexican government and the Iberoamerican University, FULL STORY The post A study reveals how the world sees Mexico appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Nissan México had already warned that the days were numbered for its iconic Tsuru, a favorite model among Mexican taxi drivers. Today the auto maker confirmed in a statement that FULL STORY The post Production of Tsuru will end in May 2017 appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Mexico City officials have come out firmly against behavior seen as homophobic in the city’s soccer stadiums, along with any other kind of discriminatory verbal aggression. The country’s capital dedicated the month of FULL STORY The post Mexico City says no to ‘Eeeh, puto!’ chant appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
The Mexican Grand Prix is second only to Silverstone in terms of paying fans but organisers are not complacent and are looking to keep growing the event Mexico City is in the mood for a fiesta and clearly has no intention of doing it by half. Show More Summary
In September, some 100 cities in all 32 Mexican states hosted a so-called “March for the Family” – protests against a proposal to legalize gay marriage. Estimates vary, but according FULL STORY The post Is Mexico ready for same-sex marriage? appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
If federal authorities can catch a fugitive drug lord such as El Chapo, they can catch missing state governors such as Javier Duarte, the Interior Secretary said yesterday. Miguel Ángel FULL STORY The post Catching ex-governors shouldn’t be too hard appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
‘I don’t think presidents get up thinking … how to screw Mexico’ President slips into vernacular to encourage positive thinking about country Presidents of Mexico do not wake up thinking how to “screw” the country, the current office...Show More Summary
An electric vehicle designed and built by a team of students from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) will be on display this week for the Mexican Grand Prix, which runs FULL STORY The post Students to showcase their electric vehicle appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
The man who has been considered the world’s most powerful drug lord could be dead by December. The news was offered yesterday during a Milenio Television interview with Emma Coronel, FULL STORY The post El Chapo believes he’ll be dead by December appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Quintana Roo Governor Carlos Joaquín González has announced that 500 Federal Police officers will reinforce security and surveillance operations in Cancún and the municipality of Benito Juárez. The Caribbean resort FULL STORY The post More police in Cancún after surge in violence appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Director who created some of the most iconic bad hombres and nasty women in film says: ‘This is one election where no one can afford to wait on the sidelines’ In a year of #OscarsSoWhite, a Mexican film-maker quietly dominates the Academy...Show More Summary
Revelations made by the tax lawyer once close to former Veracruz governor Javier Duarte continue to offer a glimpse into the inner machinations of the politician’s alleged money laundering schemes. The FULL STORY The post Duarte’s real estate: 30 homes in Miami appeared first on Mexico News Daily.
Flavino Ríos was appointed interim governor of Veracruz on October 12 but yesterday his own party cast doubts on his integrity by moving to expel him from the ranks. The FULL STORY The post Acting governor now facing PRI’s expulsion appeared first on Mexico News Daily.