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  • Teen DJ from Mexico says his music reflects a 'bizarro' reality

     
    Mexico: A loose generation of electronic musicians and producers based predominantly in Mexico's northern region are attracting attention among taste makers in Mexico City and in Latino-heavy cities north of the border....
  • A lively street party for the dead in Oaxaca, Mexico

     
    Nothing out of the ordinary for this night in San Agustin Etla. Vehicles around us were packed with happy revelers drinking in their seats, some in masks and face-paint, heading up or down to one of the liveliest Dia de los Muertos parties in Mexico....
  • Contradictions mount in Anonymous threat to Zetas

     
    REPORTING FROM MEXICO CITY -- A story that at first seemed to point ominously to a dangerous new development in Mexico's drug war was spiraling into confusion Friday as social-media users claiming ties to the hackers group Anonymous announced -- and...
  • Mexico City mayor calls drug policy 'schizophrenic'

     
    REPORTING FROM MEXICO CITY -- Mexico City Mayor Marcelo Ebrard says that if elected president he would remove his nation's military forces from the fight against violent drug cartels and seek a dialogue with policymakers in the United States over...
  • Mexican official's last tweet recalls previous fatal crash

     
    In an odd coincidence, the last message posted on Twitter by Francisco Blake Mora, the Mexican interior secretary who died in a helicopter crash Friday, recalls a predecessor who died in a similar way....
  • Facts also fall victim in Mexico 'social media' killings

     
    Drug cartels Mexico Twitter: Four people have been killed in gruesome fashion in Mexico since late September for posting about drug cartels on social-media websites--at least according to headlines and news report. Trouble is, the reports could be wrong.....
  • Mexico detains man over tweet alluding to fatal helicopter crash

     
    A Mexican Twitter user was detained and questioned by federal investigators about a message on the social-media site that seemed to allude to the helicopter crash that killed Mexico's interior minister, Francisco Blake Mora. The tweet by user @mareoflores...
  • A 'Black Friday' shopping ritual coming to Mexico?

     
    Mexico is calling on all citizens to shop shop shop this holiday weekend. It's an effort to give Mexico a retail ritual like Black Friday in the United States....
  • Lopez Obrador gets presidential nod from Mexico's left

     
    Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the presidential candidate who refused to accept defeat in 2006, once more claimed the nomination of the Mexican left in next year's election, while Mexico City's dynamic mayor, fellow leftist Marcelo Ebrard, agreed to...
  • Mexico seizes $15 million said to belong to cartel

     
    More than $15 million in cash believed to belong to the Sinaloa cartel has been seized in an upper-class neighborhood of Tijuana, authorities said....
  • Nestor Kirchner, former president, dies in Argentina

     
    Nestor Kirchner, the former president of Argentina and husband of the current president, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, has died suddenly of a heart attack. Kirchner was rushed to a hospital in the city of El Calafate with his wife at his side, and was...
  • Dominican Republic closes border with Haiti over cholera scare; nearly 300 are dead

     
    The Dominican Republic sealed its border with Haiti this week to ward off a cholera outbreak that is spreading inside the Carribean nation, which is still struggling to recover from January's devastating earthquake. The Dominican government closed the...