Veracruz, Mexico Newswire

Veracruz, Mexico Newswire

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  1. Mexico IDs human remains as youths missing in VeracruzRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    Mexican authorities say human remains discovered in the Gulf Coast state of Veracruz belong to two of five young people who disappeared last month. A statement from the Interior Department said Monday that investigators searched a ranch in the Veracruz town of Tlalixcoyan and found evidence it had been used to handle drugs, to store stolen oil and to conduct other illegal activities.

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  2. Prosecutors say gunmen kidnapped reporter in southern MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Valley Morning Star

    A reporter was dragged from her home by armed assailants before dawn Monday in southern Mexico and had not been seen since, authorities said.

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  3. Gunmen kidnapped reporter in southern Mexico, prosecutors sayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | CBS News

    A reporter was dragged from her home by armed assailants before dawn Monday in southern Mexico and had not been seen since, authorities said. Crime-beat reporter Anabel Flores Salazar was kidnapped in the Gulf coast state of Veracruz at about 2 a.m. Monday.

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  4. Three Dead on Pemex Platform, Fire Under ControlRead the original story

    Monday Feb 8 | Marine News

    Three workers were killed and at least seven injured when a fire broke out on a Pemex oil processing platform in the Gulf of Mexico, but the latest in a string of incidents is now under control, the Mexican oil giant said via Twitter on Sunday. A spokesman for Pemex said oil continued to be pumped but that the company was still evaluating any impact on production.

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  5. New ocean route brings produce, meat, beer directly to PhillyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 8 | Philly.com

    When the SeaLand Atlantico cargo ship arrived at the Packer Avenue Marine Terminal in South Philadelphia before dawn Thursday, it was the first time that fresh produce, meat, beer, and electronics traveled directly from the Gulf of Mexico to Philadelphia on an ocean route. Until now, the historic mode for getting limes, avocados, tomatoes, onions, and peppers from the Mexican ports of Veracruz and Altamira to the East Coast has been by truck - through long lines at border crossings and across congested highways.

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  6. Fire on oil platform kills 3Read the original story

    Sunday Feb 7 | Toledo Blade

    Three workers were killed and at least seven injured when a fire broke out on a Pemex oil processing platform in the Gulf of Mexico, but the latest in a string of incidents is now under control, the Mexican oil giant said via Twitter on Sunday. A spokesman for Pemex said oil continued to be pumped but that the company was still evaluating any impact on production.

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  7. Artesano Market Days on Feb. 13, 14 in MissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | TheMonitor.com

    The Mission Historical Museum proudly presents the second annual Artesano Market Days. This event is aimed to highlight a rich cultural awareness for hand crafted artisan work inspired by history and tradition both domestic and foreign.

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  8. Fire on Mexico Pemex platform injures nine, now under controlRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Feb 7 | Channelnewsasia.com

    MEXICO CITY: Nine workers were injured when a fire broke out on a Pemex oil processing platform in the Gulf of Mexico, but the latest in a string of incidents is now under control, the Mexican oil giant said in a tweet on Sunday. A spokesman for Pemex said oil continued to be pumped but that the company was still evaluating any impact on production.

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  9. Now Counted By Their Country, Afro-Mexicans Grab Unprecedented SpotlightRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    Walter Thompson-Hernandez displays a photograph of his parents, Kerry Thompson and Ellie Hernandez. Thompson-Hernandez identifies as a "blaxican" - another term for Afro-Mexican, the identity soon to be included on the Mexican census for the first time.

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  10. Mexico can catch all the drug kingpins there are, but...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | News Times

    When Sinaloa cartel chief Joaqun "El Chapo" Guzmn was recaptured in January not far from where he was born in northwest Mexico, it was the culmination of an intense manhunt that ranged from northern Mexico to Patagonia . But taking the Sinaloa chief off the streets is unlikely to affect crime in Mexico in the near future, because the vast majority of criminals in the country simply go unpunished .

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  11. Mexico's oil industry now has an organized-crime problemRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | Norwalk Citizen News

    Mexican oil prices fell after a brief rally earlier this week, slipping to $24.47 a barrel on Tuesday and prolonging the slide of one of the country's most lucrative exports. In addition to the continuing downstream pain - or the brutally low prices oil is being sold for on the market - Mexico's oil industry is dealing with a severe theft problem preventing an increasing amount of its production from ever getting to market.

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  12. Pipeline theft is the latest major threat to Mexico's battered oil industryRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Feb 6 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Mexican oil prices fell after a brief rally earlier this week, slipping to $24.47 a barrel on Tuesday and prolonging the slide of one of the country's most lucrative exports. In addition to the continuing downstream pain - or the brutally low prices oil is being sold for on the market - Mexico's oil industry is dealing with a severe theft problem preventing an increasing amount of its production from ever getting to market.

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  13. One big reason Mexico will be dangerous even with 'El Chapo'...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Greenwich Citizen

    When Sinaloa cartel chief Joaqun "El Chapo" Guzmn was recaptured in January not far from where he was born in northwest Mexico, it was the culmination of an intense manhunt that ranged from northern Mexico to Patagonia . But taking the Sinaloa chief off the streets is unlikely to affect crime in Mexico in the near future, because the vast majority of criminals in the country simply go unpunished .

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  14. One big reason Mexico will be dangerous even with 'El Chapo' behind barsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | Silicon Alley Insider

    Recaptured drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is escorted by soldiers at the hangar belonging to the office of the Attorney General in Mexico City, Mexico January 8, 2016 When Sinaloa cartel chief JoaquA n "El Chapo" GuzmA n was recaptured in January not far from where he was born in northwest Mexico, it was the culmination of an intense manhunt that ranged from northern Mexico to Patagonia . But taking the Sinaloa chief off the streets is unlikely to affect crime in Mexico in the near future, because the vast majority of criminals in the country simply go unpunished .

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  15. Los Lobos coming to MorristownRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | The Advertiser News (South)

    Los Lobos, the Grammy winning East L.A. legends and 2016 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees comprised of David Hidalgo, Louie Perez, Cesar Rosas, Conrad Lozano and Steve Berlin, are going back to their roots with a series of special performances with the iconic dance troupe Ballet Folklorico Mexicano de Carlos Moreno on the Fiesta Mexico Americana Tour. Tickets are $39-69.

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  16. Two Tequila Billionaires Who Won't Be Intimidated by Drug LordsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 5 | The Washington Post

    The heirs to the family that has run the Jose Cuervo tequila empire for 250 years are mapping plans to transform their dusty Mexican hometown into a ritzy tourist spot, complete with five-star hotels and a cultural center. In some ways, the marketing appeal of the spot is obvious.

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  17. Mexican ombudsman accuses marines of torture, assaultRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Channelnewsasia.com

    MEXICO CITY: Troops from Mexico's marines tortured four people and sexually assaulted three in the Gulf Coast state of Veracruz in 2012, an independent human rights commission said on Thursday. Human rights groups have long alleged a record of murder, rape and torture by the military since it was deployed by former President Felipe Calderon to take on powerful drug gangs in late 2006. 1 comment

  18. Mexico's exorcism and Pope FrancisRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 4 | El Paso Times

    Mexico's exorcism and Pope Francis What will Pope Francis find when he visits Mexico? Check out this story on ElPasoTimes.com: Last year, various news media outlets reported on a unique event involving Mexico and the Roman Catholic Church - a national exorcism. That's right.

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  19. Beyond Sean Penn's Fiasco: Mexico's Alleged War on Drugs is not a MovieRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | Counterpunch

    There is a reason why most popular gangster movies tell stories of legendary godfathers in the old times, convicted felons serving their sentences in prison, or fictionalized characters. Sean Penn missed that part when publishing his interview with the notorious Mexican drug lord JoaquA n "El Chapo" GuzmA n Loera.

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  20. Ballet Folkl rico STC presents Tradiciones 2016Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | TheMonitor.com

    ... Accompanying Ballet FolklA3rico STC will be Conjunto Jaguar, also from STC, in addition to Sol Luna of Veracruz, Mexico, Trio Santuario Huasteco from San Luis PotosA , Mexico and Yetlanezi from Jalisco, Mexico. Ballet FolklA3rico STC is made of 40 ...

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