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Which City Provides The Sultriest Experience? Cast Your Vote And Win A Trip

3 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

Bali. Miami. Barcelona. Bangkok. Last Vegas. Mexico City. There’s no shortage of sultry cities. Which is the sexiest of them all? We’ve narrowed it down to these sex, er, six choices. Now it’s up to you to decide which should take home the top prize in the 2014 Best of GayCities. Vote for your favorite sultry nominee–or write in […]

What’s On This Week Around the World

yesterdayArts : ArtsBeat

An anniversary exhibition in Mexico City, a new production of Verdi's ‘‘Ballo in Maschera’’ in London and a retrospective of the works of Lynn Hershman Leeson in Karlsruhe, Germany.

Roque Santa Cruz to Cruz Azul: Latest Transfer News, Rumours and Reaction

Malaga striker Roque Santa Cruz is set to complete his move to Liga MX side Cruz Azul having successfully passed his medical with the Mexico City outfit. The former Manchester City man is to be sold for £500,000 and, according to Inside...Show More Summary

Mexico Competition Watchdog Signs Off On AT&T's Iusacell Buy

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's competition regulator on Sunday approved AT&T Inc's $1.7 billion purchase of local cellphone company Iusacell, with unspecified conditions, a statement said. The Federal Competition Commission said it...Show More Summary

Psychologist Allegedly Chops Up Husband With Chainsaw, Scatters Body Parts Around City

A psychologist allegedly decapitated her husband with a chainsaw and then dumped his chopped up body parts in different areas throughout Mexico City. The woman even reportedly texted her hubby’s friends and family from his cell phone to convince them that he was just away on a business trip. Show More Summary

Mexico-to-Long Island heroin pipeline busted

Officials squashed a massive drug pipeline that brought millions of dollars in heroin from Mexico to New York City and Long Island.

Are the missing students protests turning into a Mexican Spring?

In Mexico City, tens of thousands marched downtown, with a few hundred smashing the windows of banks and shops. In southern Oaxaca state, protesters blockaded the entrance to an oil refinery. In Ciudad Juarez, demonstrators took over a cross-border bridge, letting cars enter from the United States toll-free. Show More Summary

Wal-Mart De Mexico Board Names Ostale New CEO

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Wal-Mart de Mexico, Mexico's biggest retailer, said on Friday that Enrique Ostale, Walmex Chairman and Latin America chief executive officer for parent company Wal-Mart Stores Inc, will also take over as CEO of the Mexican company. Show More Summary

Tattoo Ideas of the Week – December 19, 2014

Tattoo, the Witch King of Angmar, done by Dale Winter, 7th circle studio, Brisbane. My first Ink. Design is by Alex Pardee done by @Babyfacekillah Inkinc studio in Mexico City Zombie Metal Hand by Benji Harris, private studio, Philadelphia Added a new piece to get my half sleeve started. Done by Joe at Heavenly Inkz […]

Behind Cuba's Opening to the U.S.: Dropping Oil Prices Are Forcing an End to Venezuela's Subsidy of the Cuban Economy

MEXICO CITY -- The release of the American prisoner/spy/hostage Alan Gross by the Cuban government, and that of three Cuban spies/heroes/undercover agents held in the United States, along with the respective announcements and phone calls...Show More Summary

Behind Cuba's Opening to the U.S.: Dropping Oil Prices Are Forcing an End to Venezuela's Subsidy of the Cuban Economy

MEXICO CITY -- The release of the American prisoner/spy/hostage Alan Gross by the Cuban government, and that of three Cuban spies/heroes/undercover agents held in the United States, along with the respective announcements and phone calls...Show More Summary

Mazda Recalls 2,800 Cars In Mexico To Check Takata Air Bags

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mazda Motor Corp's Mexican arm is recalling around 2,800 cars to check for possible defects in Takata air bags, the company said, the second such recall by an automaker in Mexico in as many weeks. Mazda will be...Show More Summary

Dozens Of Mexican Clowns Make A Religious Pilgrimage In Devotion To Lady of Guadalupe

Dozens of professional clowns took the streets of Mexico City on Tuesday to express devotion for their country’s patron saint, the Lady of Guadalupe. Sporting neon-bright clothes and equally colorful wigs, the clowns marched from the...Show More Summary

Nissan Recalls Autos In Mexico To Check Takata Air Bags

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Automaker Nissan said on Wednesday it has ordered the recall more than 80,000 vehicles sold in Mexico to check for potential defects stemming from air bags made by Japanese company Takata. A total of 84,671 autos made between early 2011 and late 2014 have been recalled this month, a company spokesman said. Show More Summary

Shrink decapitates hubby, hides remains around Mexico City

A psychologist in Mexico decapitated her husband and scattered his remains across the nation’s capital.

Mexico City’s Magical Mix

The keys to happiness in Mexico City are the simple things: the cozy cantina that serves pork ribs in green sauce; a walk in Parque México, on any day of the week but especially on Sundays, in the Condesa neighborhood; or a teeming food market such as Mercado San Juan.

Layoffs Watch ’14: Citi Mailroom

Given all of the shit that Mike Corbat’s had to deal with this year from all corners—Mexico, Argentina, subprime lending, Jed Rakoff, paying lawyers—he really doesn’t need to be cutting $3 million checks because someone forgot to throw a few hundred thousand prospectus in the mail. Show More Summary

Mexico's graveyard: Corruption, murder and the disappearance of 43 students

GUERRERO STATE, Mexico—Life in Iguala has always moved at a deliberate pace Located in southwestern Mexico in the pacific coast state of Guerrero, the city is known for its historic, peach-colored church and for the tamarind trees that...Show More Summary

Mexico Lawmakers Ban Circus Animals

Mexico's congress has passed legislation to ban the use of animals in circuses across the country. The lower chamber's vote yesterday followed one earlier in the week by the Senate and came six months after Mexico City passed a similar ban that is to go into effect next year. Six...

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