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Truck carrying radioactive material stolen in Mexico
Mexican officials notified the International Atomic Energy Agency's Incident and Emergency Center that a truck carrying a radiotherapy machine used in cancer treatment was stolen Monday morning.
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'Extremely dangerous' radioactive material stolen in Mexico: IAEA
Thieves in Mexico have stolen a truck containing potentially "extremely dangerous" radioactive material used in medical treatment, the UN atomic watchdog said Wednesday.
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Santa Fe Reporter
Let's go ahead and admit it: we all love a good juicy tell-all, a chance to peak into the life of someone else and discover that we're not the only ones with issues.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
RIVERSIDE: Ensenada sister city cultural exchange sets exhibt
A reception for the ?Parallel Intersections? exhibit was held at CEARTE Arts Center in Ensenada, Mexico on Oct. 4, 2013.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Americans slowly returning to Tijuana
New numbers obtained by 10News show American tourists are slowly starting to return to Tijuana, but it is not quite the rebound that is being trumpeted by the Mexican government.
The Daily Caller
Hundreds of counterfeit websites shut down amid Cyber Monday madness
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents stand in front of a warehouse that leads to a newly discovered drug smuggling tunnel in Otay Mesa area of San Diego, California October 31, 2013.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The San Diego Union-Tribune
Baja California's new mayors
Mayor Jorge Astiazaran, facing camera, during his swearing in ceremony on Saturday night at Tijuana City Hall.
Zolani Tete Stops Juan Carlos Sanchez In Ten
Juan Carlos Sanchez Jr. was given a chance to regain the 115 lb. belt he lost at the scales earlier this year.
Locavores set up shop at Mexican resort Contrasting Cabos
My dinner at the thick, green oasis in the hills above Baja California's southern tip, known as Flora Farms, didn't begin with a meal.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Tourists flock to Tijuana, Mexico
Tijuana-based tour guide Derrik Chinn leads Michael Beverly and his wife Amanda, both of Newfoundland, Canada, on an evening walk along the Mexican side of the border as floodlights beam through the border structure from the United States side, in Tijuana, Mexico.
Americans returning to Baja as crime dips
Dan Johnson hadn't crossed the U.S.-Mexico border in years despite the fact the San Diego native lives 20 minutes away and spent most of his life making weekend runs for Baja California's surf and fish tacos.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
US News & World Report
Documentary 'Narco Cultura' Explores the Court Jesters of the Mexican-American Drug War
To those who do not understand Spanish, Los Buknas de Culiacan's performance "Los Sanguinarios del M1" might sound like a pleasant, upbeat Mariachi song, maybe about love or family or a day of hard, honest work.
Garment units in Mexico's border regions to pay 16% VAT
Garment manufacturing units in Mexico's border regions would have to pay value-added tax at the rate of 16 percent from January 1, 2014, as compared to the current VAT of 11 percent.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Methow Valley News Home Page
Rowland, crew sail Mexican coast
Tyler Rowland, a 2006 graduate of Liberty Bell High School, and his three crewmates aboard the 31-foot Emma Belle sailboat, held over briefly at San Diego during the initial leg of an around-the-world cruise that began earlier this month at Ventura, Calif., and are now making their down the coast from Ensenada, Mexico.
WNYC-AM New York
Born In The U.S., But Struggling To Acclimate In Mexico
The Francisco Villa Public School is a big, cement block of a fortress in an eastern Tijuana neighborhood just south of the Mexico-U.S. border.
Macaulay Culkin Spotted Kissing Girlfriend in Paris-See the PDA Pic
Macaulay Culkin and his new girlfriend were certainly making the most of one of the romantic cities in the world when the two were spotted smooching there on Tuesday, Nov. 26. The budding romance appears to be the 33-year-old actor's first relationship since splitting from Mila Kunis in 2010.
School of the Americas 24th Vigil
Diego Lopez , Guatemala . Presente! Francisca Chavez, El Salvador. Presente! We tearfully placed the man and the baby's little wooden crosses into the cyclone fence, one of three barbed-wired steal barriers separating thousands of peace-makers from the war-makers at Fort Benning, Georgia.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Illegals Rush Border, Pelt Agents with Rocks
Wait, weren't we told that nobody was crossing the border illegally any longer and that whole illegal immigration thing was handled? That wasn't the case on Sunday when a hundred foreigners tried to blow through by throwing rocks at the Border Patrol officers at the San Ysidro crossing.
Former La Jolla Village News Editor Recounts Ordeal in Mexico
A 60-year-old El Cajon woman who mistakenly drove into Mexico and was stuck in Tijuana for four days recounts her ordeal for Patch partner FOX5.