Mexico to Host 'Pink Tide' Summit for New Latin America's Leftist Leaders

Mexico to Host 'Pink Tide' Summit for New Latin America's Leftist Leaders

Mexico is set to host a summit that will convene recently elected members of a "pink tide" of leftist Latin American leaders.
'Drug Kingpin' Associated With Sinaloa Cartel Arrested for Trafficking Drugs From Mexico to Alaska

'Drug Kingpin' Associated With Sinaloa Cartel Arrested for Trafficking Drugs From Mexico to Alaska

An alleged "drug kingpin" associated with the Sinaloa cartel has been arrested for leading a network that trafficked drugs from Mexico to Alaska.
Homes of Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman and Fellow Drug Lord Amado Carrillo Fuentes in Mexico Are Now Owned by Lottery Winners

Homes of Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman, Fellow Drug Lord Amado Carrillo Fuentes in Mexico Are Now Owned by Lottery Winners

Winners in a special lottery raffle in Mexico have won the houses of Mexican drug cartel bosses Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman and Amado Carrillo Fuentes.
Mexico: Mass Grave Filled With 10 'Tortured' Bodies Found After Authorities Receive an Anonymous Tip

Mexico: Mass Grave Filled With 10 'Tortured' Bodies Found After Authorities Receive an Anonymous Tip

An anonymous tip has led to the discovery of 10 bodies at a mass grave in an abandoned rural property in Mexico on Tuesday.
Gunmen Stormed a Hotel in Mexico and Kidnapped 38 Guests, Including 22 Foreigners

Gunmen Stormed a Hotel in Mexico and Kidnapped 38 Guests, Including 22 Foreigners

Police in northern Mexico have found 38 people, including 22 foreigners, who were kidnapped at a hotel in San Luis Potosi state.
Juarez Cartel Boss Vicente Carrillo Fuentes Sentenced to 28 Years in Prison by Mexico Judge

Juarez Cartel Boss Vicente Carrillo Fuentes Sentenced to 28 Years in Prison by Mexico Judge

Former Juarez cartel leader and cofounder Vicente Carrillo Fuentes has been sentenced to 28 years in prison by a judge in Mexico.
Mexico Landslide Kills 1 People and Leaves Another 10 Missing

Mexico Landslide Kills 1 Person and Leaves Another 10 Missing

At least one person is dead, and 10 others are missing after a landslide buried several homes on a hillside area at Tlalnepantla in Mexico on Friday afternoon.
'Dia De Muertos' or Day of the Dead Exhibit at National Museum of Mexican Art to Honor Vanessa Guillen, Adam Toledo, COVID Victims

'Dia De Muertos' or Day of the Dead Exhibit at National Museum of Mexican Art to Honor Vanessa Guillen, COVID Victims

Vanessa Guillen, Adam Toledo, and the COVID-19 victims will be honored in a "Dia De Muertos" or Day of the Dead exhibit at the National Museum of Mexican Arts in Chicago.
Mysterious Blue Lights Seen in Mexico Sky During a Powerful Earthquake Set off Apocalyptic Speculation

Mysterious Blue Lights Seen in Mexico Sky During a Powerful Earthquake Set off Apocalyptic Speculation

Mysterious blue lights flashed across the night sky during a powerful earthquake that rattled Mexico City and nearby cities on Tuesday.
Latin Gaming: Latin America’s Top 3 Video Games

Latin Gaming: Latin America’s Top 3 Video Games

Latin America has also witnessed the fast-evolving world of gaming. Here are three of the best Latin American video games over the past years.
1 Dead After Mexico Struck by Powerful 7.0-Magnitude Earthquake

1 Dead As Mexico Struck by Powerful 7.0-Magnitude Earthquake

At least one death was reported after a powerful 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit southwestern Mexico on Tuesday night that rattled Acapulco and nearby cities.
Missing Bolts, Beam Flaws, Contributed to Mexico Metro Collapse - Report Says

Missing Bolts, Beam Flaws, Contributed to Mexico Metro Collapse - Report Says

A report reveals the missing bolts and flawed beams caused the Mexico metro crash in May.
Mexico’s Supreme Court Ruled Decriminalizing Abortion; Chief Justice Says Historic Day for All Mexican Women

Mexico's Supreme Court Ruled Decriminalizing Abortion; Chief Justice Says Historic Day for All Mexican Women

Mexico's Supreme Court voted on Tuesday the decriminalization of abortion in the country, which could lead to the legalization of the health procedure in the Catholic country.
Latin Post  Artist of the Week: Leon Leiden

Latin Post Indie Artist of the Week: Meet Leon Leiden, Deezer Fresco's New Talent from Mexico

Get to know Leon Leiden, a young artist from Mexico and the latest musician to partake in Deezer Fresco.
Mexico City Replacing Christopher Columbus Statue With One of Indigenous Woman; City Mayor Says It’s to Deliver “Social Justice”

Mexico City Replacing Christopher Columbus Statue With One of Indigenous Woman; City Mayor Says It's to Deliver "Social Justice"

Mexico City is set to replace Italian explorer Christopher Columbus' statue with one of an indigenous woman after the explorer's statue was removed last year ahead of protests.
Mexico Blocks Migrant Caravan Headed to U.S. Border

Mexico Blocks Migrant Caravan Headed to U.S. Border

Mexico officials block new migrant caravan headed to U.S. borders.
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