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Officer arrested in killing of Mexican journalist

Mexican authorities have arrested a local police chief in connection with the murder of a journalist in the southern state of Oaxaca, among the latest reporters killed in the country.

Mexico mayor’s killing a threat to others: governor

A central Mexico state took over police command in several towns on Sunday after a mayor was assassinated, a crime described as a gang threat to other mayors.

Mexico issues first permit to grow and use marijuana

MEXICO CITY – Mexican health authorities issued Friday the first permit allowing four individuals to grow and use their own marijuana for recreational purposes, following a landmark Supreme Court ruling on limited drug legalization.

Mexico’s Peña Nieto wants expert debate on marijuana legalization

MEXICO CITY – Mexico's president indicated on Monday that his administration could drop its opposition to legalizing marijuana based on results of a debate of experts on the matter.

Mexico’s top court opens door to recreational pot use

The activists who won the court ruling say they don't actually plan to grow and smoke pot. Rather, they say, they wanted to force Mexico's Congress to open a debate about legalizing marijuana in order to curb drug-related violence.

Villagers recall fear as troops fired in ‘El Chapo’ raid

Mexican federal officials say marine special forces closed in on drug lord Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán in the Durango-Sinaloa mountain region last week but that he slipped away, injuring himself in the leg and face because he fell while fleeing.

‘El Chapo’ is Mexico’s hit Halloween costume

Grupo Rev plans to rake in the pesos this Halloween season with its newest ensemble of latex masks and prison attire that resembles the man who for years trafficked cocaine to the United States, shipped methamphetamines to Canada and distributed ecstasy to as far off as Europe.

Mexico posts investigation into 43 missing students online

Mexico's attorney general published online on Sunday the 54,000 pages of documents from the much-criticized investigation into last year's disappearance of 43 students.

Mexico’s miserable year

Imagine 43 students suddenly vanishing with hardly a trace. Then add half a dozen dead bodies, more than 100 arrests, mass graves, allegations of torture, political scandals, a protest movement not seen since the 1960s and a prison escape by the world's most wanted criminal. That is what Mexico has gone through, just in the past year.

What’s behind Mexico’s military buying binge?

A load of 30 million bullets was soon followed by fleets of Black Hawk helicopters and thousands of Humvees: in all more than $1 billion of U.S. military equipment sold to Mexico within the past two years.

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