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Maria Santos Gorrostieta’s body, stabbed, burned, battered and bound at wrist and ankle, was found dumped by a roadside in San Juan Tararameo, Cuitzeo Township

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...She was discovered on the property known as El Chupadero. The next day she was identified by members of her family. Related search articles:karyn parsons drugs vilma santos latest news Maria Santos Gorrostieta Autopsy mexico current events 2013 woman beheaded in mexico for cheating HSN Tamara Hooks Husband fbi most wanted bikers Lina Santos Calendario 2013 women beheaded for cheating marvel gaze...

A large earthquake with a magnitude of 7.4 struck near Acapulco on Mexico's Pacific coast on Tuesday

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A large earthquake with a magnitude of 7.4 struck near Acapulco on Mexico’s Pacific coast on Tuesday, sending terrified workers and residents running into the streets and damaging an estimated 800 homes. According to United States Geological Survey (USGS), the quake had a magnitude of 7.4 and put the epicentre at 15 miles (25 km) east of Ometepec, in Guerrero state. Witnesses in the capital...

Drug Cartel from Mexico

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The Texas Department of Public Safety issued a warning on Friday about drug cartels from Mexico seeking younger and younger recruits in Texas high school to “support their drug, human, currency and weapon smuggling operations on both sides of the Texas/Mexico border.”   A number of incidents in the past thirty day period caused DPS to issue the notice, however officials say the t...

President Felipe Calderon has sent a bill to congress to change the official name of Mexico

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...was intended to emulate its northern neighbor. President Felipe Calderon wants to change it to just Mexico, as the country is known the world over. Felipe Calderon, who leaves office on 1 December, said Mexico no longer needed to copy any foreign power. “The name of our country no longer needs to emulate that of other nations,” Felipe Calderon told a news conference. “Forgive me...

Mexico has beaten Brazil with 2-1 at Wembley and has won the men's Olympic football gold medal for the first time

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...o shot wastefully wide after he had linked with Oscar and Leandro Damiao to carve open the left side of the Mexican defence. By the early stages of the second half it was obvious that Mexico had opted to try to defend their lead. This seemed to play into the hands of their opponents, particularly Neymar, who had disappointed in the opening half but briefly relished the chance to repeatedly run at...

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...was killed when a roof collapsed in Iguala, a small city between the capital and the tourist resort of Acapulco. A second man, aged 25 was killed when a rock fell on a small van on the Mexico City-Acapulco highway, according to Reuters news agency. The epicenter of the quake was 28 miles from Iguala in Guerrero and the tremor was 40 miles (65km) deep, the U.S. Geological Survey reported. The quak...

Joaquin El Chapo Guzman was the leader of the Sinaloa cartel, which smuggles huge amounts of illegal drugs into the US

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Joaquin “Shorty” Guzman – Mexico’s top drug lord and one of the world’s most wanted drug baron – has been arrested in Mexico. El Chapo (Shorty) Guzman was the leader of the Sinaloa cartel, which smuggles huge amounts of illegal drugs into the US. He had been on the run since escaping a high-security prison in a laundry basket in 2001. Mexican police arrested him in Sinaloa state...

Tens of thousands of people in Mexico City are marching against the result of the presidential election, which was won by Enrique Pena Nieto

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Tens of thousands of people in Mexico City are marching against the result of the presidential election, which was won by Enrique Pena Nieto. The demonstrators, who are not necessarily linked to any particular party, say the vote was not fair. They accuse Enrique Pena Nieto’s party, the PRI, of buying votes; some carried banners saying “Not another fraud”. Enrique Pena Nieto, wh...

Mexico's Senate has approved a measure to open the state-run oil fields to foreign investment for the first time in 75 years

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Mexico’s Senate has approved a measure to open the state-run oil fields to foreign investment for the first time in 75 years. The measure would let private firms explore and extract oil and gas with state-run firm Pemex, and take a share of the profits. It now moves to the lower house to be voted on, where it is expected to pass. President Enrique Pena Nieto wrote on Twitter that it was ...

Jenni Rivera had ties to one of Mexico's most notorious drug cartels before she was killed last month in a plane crash

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Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera had ties to one of Mexico’s most notorious drug cartels before she was killed last month in a plane crash, a shocking report have claimed. A witness reportedly came forward with claims that Jenni Rivera, known as “La Diva de la Banda”, was connected to the Beltran-Leyva cartel, which is regarded as one of the country’s most feared criminal syndicat...

Florence Cassez, who was jailed in Mexico in 2007 for 60 years for kidnapping, has been freed, after the Supreme Court ruled her rights were violated

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...gularities were found in the case, including a staged televised police raid. Three judges on a panel of five voted to have Florence Cassez released immediately. The case provoked tensions between Mexico and France, where news of her release was widely welcomed. Florence Cassez was driven to Mexico City’s international airport, where she boarded an overnight Air France flight to Paris. Her mo...

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the second-placed candidate in Mexico's presidential election, has said he will mount a legal challenge to the result

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...al recount, with 38.21% to Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s 31.59%. A protest march is planned in Mexico City on Saturday. Six years ago, after losing the presidential election by a narrow margin, the left-wing Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador led weeks of protests that caused disruption in central areas of Mexico City. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the second-placed candidate in Mexico's presid...

Michael Douglas will star as Hank Pym in the upcoming Marvel superhero film, Ant-Man

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Michael Douglas will star as Hank Pym in the upcoming Marvel superhero film, Ant-Man. Michael Douglas, 69, will play Henry “Hank” Pym, the creator of the technology used to shrink a human to the size of an insect. Anchorman star Paul Rudd, 44, has already announced that he will be playing the part of Scott Lang, Ant-Man’s alter-ego. “I’ve been dying to do a Marvel pi...

At least 25 people were killed by a blast in Mexico City at the headquarters of the state oil company, Pemex

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...er has said. Another 100 people were injured and an unknown number are trapped in rubble at the base of the 54-storey tower. The search for survivors continues. The cause of the blast is under investigation, Pemex says. Last September, 30 people died in an explosion at a Pemex gas plant in northern Mexico. Thursday’s explosion in the lower floors of the building happened as shifts were chang...

The death toll of Tropical Storms Manuel and Ingrid in Mexico now stands at 110

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...217;s western coast, and Ingrid, which made landfall on its eastern coast last week. Twenty-four out of Mexico’s 31 states have been affected by the twin storms. “There’s no point in the government offering us kind words and nothing else,” Alicia Sanchez told the Associated Press news agency. The death toll of Tropical Storms Manuel and Ingrid in Mexico now stands at 110 &...

Enrique Pena Nieto has been inaugurated as Mexico's new president

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Enrique Pena Nieto, Mexico’s new president, has been inaugurated amid tight security in the capital Mexico City. He wants to boost economic growth and cut drug-related violence, but analysts say it is not clear how he will do so. Some 60,000 people have been killed in drug-related violence during the rule of his predecessor, Felipe Calderon. As Enrique Pena Nieto’s motorcade approache...

Tropical Storm Manuel, which has battered the south-west of Mexico, has gathered strength and is now a category one hurricane

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...“Up to this point, we do not have any [confirmed] dead in the landslide,” he added. Tens of thousands of tourists, cut off by landslides caused by Manuel, are still being transported out of the Mexican resort of Acapulco. Tropical Storm Manuel, which has battered the south-west of Mexico, has gathered strength and is now a category one hurricane More than 2,000 tourists have been airl...

The plane carrying Jenni Rivera plunged from more than 28,000 feet and hit the ground in a nose-dive at more than 600 miles an hour

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...plunged from more than 28,000 feet and hit the ground in a nose-dive at more than 600 miles an hour, Mexico’s top transportation official says. Gerardo Ruiz Esparza, Mexico’s secretary of communications and transportation, revealed the first detailed accounts of the moments leading up to the crash that killed Jenni Rivera and six other people aboard their Learjet on Sunday in northern...

Police has found 49 mutilated bodies dumped by a roadside near the city of Monterrey in northern Mexico

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Police has found 49 mutilated bodies dumped by a roadside near the city of Monterrey in northern Mexico. Security officials said the 43 men and six women had been decapitated and had their hands cut off, making identification difficult. They blamed the killings on a conflict between rival drugs gangs – a note left with the bodies said they had been killed by the Zetas cartel. It is the late...

Pope Benedict XVI was welcomed by the Mexican President Felipe Calderon

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Pope Benedict XVI has arrived in Mexico, being greeted by thousands in central city of Guanajuato, and welcomed by President Felipe Calderon. The Pope is at the start of his first visit to Spanish-speaking Latin-America. President Felipe Calderon said the visit had enormous importance as Mexico was suffering greatly from drug-related violence. Before his arrival, the Pope said it was vital “...

Two of the biggest ever wildfires in the US have hit states of Colorado and New Mexico and hundreds of firefighters have joined efforts to tackle them

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Two of the biggest ever wildfires in the US have hit states of Colorado and New Mexico and hundreds of firefighters have joined efforts to tackle them. The Colorado blaze shrouded the state capital, Denver, some 60 miles (100 km) away in smoke on Tuesday. A woman has died in the blaze, which has burned about 43,000 acres (68 sq miles) and is still growing. A huge fire is also burning in New Mexic...

More than 2,000 tourists have been airlifted by the Mexican army from Acapulco resort

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More than 2,000 tourists have been airlifted by the Mexican army from Acapulco resort, following deadly floods caused by Tropical Storm Manuel. Many more tourists and local residents remain stranded in the city and along the west coast after landslides blocked main roads. Manuel was almost immediately followed by Hurricane Ingrid, causing widespread devastation in eastern Mexico. At least 47 peop...

Hurricane Ingrid, the second major storm of the hurricane season, has been steadily gathering strength in the Gulf of Mexico

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...assive amounts could cause further flash flooding and mudslides over what is traditionally a weekend of celebration for Mexico’s Independence Day. Related search articles:date hurricane sandy hit new york city date hurricane sandy hit CT castrated while still alive what day of the week did SUPER STORM SANDY OCCUR brandon rush maryland eastern shores Port liberty bayonne hurricane sandy cars...

Private companies will be allowed to sign contracts to drill for oil and gas with state-controlled firm Pemex, which will get a share of the profits

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...to sign contracts to drill for oil and gas with state-controlled firm Pemex, which will get a share of the profits. “This is the beginning of a new history for our country. We have opened the doors for a better future for all,” said Enrique Pena Nieto. Oil production in Mexico has dropped from 3.4 million barrels per day in 2004 to the current rate of 2.5 million barrels per day. Oppo...

Elba Esther Gordillo, who runs the 1.5 million-member Mexican teachers' union, is alleged to have diverted about $200 million from union funds to personal accounts

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...ued that reforms could lead to massive lay-offs. Critics also say the changes could signal the start of the privatization of education in Mexico. Mexico’s education system currently ranks bottom in a list of members of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). The reforms will require teachers to undergo regular assessments, something that has previously never taken...