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'They treat everyone like criminals': US asylum fails reporter fleeing Mexico

Martín Méndez Pineda thought the US would protect him after months of threats, but instead found conditions worse than what he was aiming to escape When Mexican journalist Martín Méndez Pineda walked across the border bridge to El Paso in February, he thought he would finally be safe. Show More Summary

Lavish wedding for union boss’s daughter

The wedding of the daughter of Pemex workers’ union leader Carlos Romero Deschamps, widely described as lavish, was an event that attracted many prominent federal and state politicians. It is also drawing FULL STORY The post Lavish wedding for union boss’s daughter appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Investment projects now displayed online

Anyone looking for investment opportunities with the Mexican government can now find them online through a platform designed to promote investment and provide information about infrastructure projects. Proyectos México, or Mexico Projects FULL STORY The post Investment projects now displayed online appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Electricity, water woes plague Coatzacoalcos

Two weeks ago it was Cuernavaca, Morelos, now it’s Coatzacoalcos, Veracruz, that is facing cuts in electrical service for not paying its bills for a service it claims is a FULL STORY The post Electricity, water woes plague Coatzacoalcos appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Criminals strike back in Villa Ahumada

Criminal elements in Villa Ahumada, Chihuahua, delivered a blow in reprisal against authorities last night, attacking a state Attorney General’s office and killing one of its agents. Security operations by FULL STORY The post Criminals strike back in Villa Ahumada appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Exploring Jalisco’s Primavera Forest

When my wife and I decided to settle down in Mexico we bought a house in a rustic, hilly, mile-high community perched on the very edge of Bosque la Primavera, FULL STORY The post Exploring Jalisco’s Primavera Forest appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Truck without brakes kills 4 at toll booth

Four people are known to have been killed after a dump truck plowed into a line of vehicles waiting at a toll booth this morning on the Lerma-La Marquesa freeway FULL STORY The post Truck without brakes kills 4 at toll booth appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Trump toilet paper profits to aid migrants

A Mexican entrepreneur is taking a novel approach to show what he thinks about U.S. President Donald Trump. Toilet paper sold under the brand name ‘Trump” is set to hit the FULL STORY The post Trump toilet paper profits to aid migrants appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Mexican winemakers bring home 18 medals

Mexican wineries submitted 18 wines to the Brussels World Wine Competition and came home with 18 medals, six of them gold. The 2017 edition of the Concours Mondial de Bruxelles FULL STORY The post Mexican winemakers bring home 18 medals appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Beach parks protect beaches for public use

While all Mexican beaches are public most beachfront-built infrastructure caters to paying customers. But federal tourism authorities intend to turn the tables by creating public beach parks to further enhance FULL STORY The post Beach parks protect beaches for public use appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Piece of Berlin Wall goes on auction block

A 2.7 tonne piece of the Berlin Wall will go under the hammer in Mexico City tomorrow with an impressive starting price of 600,000 pesos (US $32,450). The massive fragment FULL STORY The post Piece of Berlin Wall goes on auction block appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Nayarit Congress votes to abolish fuero

Are the days of the fuero truly numbered? The constitutional immunity from prosecution that is enjoyed by government officials is slowly being abolished, state by state. This week, it was FULL STORY The post Nayarit Congress votes to abolish fuero appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Forecasters predict 27 hurricanes this year

Mexican weather forecasters predict that 27 hurricanes will affect Mexico during this year’s hurricane season, 16 in the eastern Pacific and 11 in the Atlantic or Gulf of Mexico. President FULL STORY The post Forecasters predict 27 hurricanes this year appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Teachers go on strike, blockade highways

Oaxaca teachers declared a 24-hour strike today as they continue to apply pressure on the state government to meet their demands. The renewed protest comes after the administration of Governor Alejandro Murat Hinojosa issued FULL STORY The post Teachers go on strike, blockade highways appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Expansion begins at Diageo’s Jalisco plant

The multinational beverage company Diageo laid the first stone for the expansion of its Atotonilco, Jalisco, plant this week, part of a US $400-million investment announced in 2015 after it bought the Don Julio FULL STORY The post Expansion begins at Diageo’s Jalisco plant appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Yucatán police taught to converse in Maya

Police in Yucatán are expanding their language skills as part of their professionalization process. Thirty-five state police officers have begun taking a course in Maya, a language spoken by more FULL STORY The post Yucatán police taught to converse in Maya appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Aeroméxico plans new connections in fall

The Aeroméxico-Delta Air Lines joint venture will bring new Aeroméxico flights to five Mexican destinations starting next fall. Daily service between León, Guanajuato, and Los Angeles will begin October 1 FULL STORY The post Aeroméxico plans new connections in fall appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

Mexico opposition targets governor's race that would 'prove president's failure'

Morena party leader Andrés Manuel López Obrador campaigns in Mexico state in hopes of historic victory that could seal Enrique Peña Nieto’s fate The crowd cheers as a mariachi band belts out a song dedicated to Andrés Manuel López Obrador,...Show More Summary

Four taxi drivers killed ‘to settle scores’

Four taxi drivers were shot and killed last night in San Miguel de Allende in what the mayor described as a settling of scores over drug deals. The killings took FULL STORY The post Four taxi drivers killed ‘to settle scores’ appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

80-year-old student granted law degree

Eighty-year-old María Dolores Ballesteros, a grandmother of six, has just been granted a law degree by the University of the Valley of Mexico (UVM) but she’s not finished her studies yet. She sees her FULL STORY The post 80-year-old student granted law degree appeared first on Mexico News Daily.

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