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  1. Mexico's president is a champion of the wrong peopleRead the original story

    Oct 12, 2014 | MacLeans

    Mexican President Enrique PeA a Nieto brought plenty to boast about to his state-of-the-nation address last month-an event often more an exercise in exaggeration than informing the public. He boasted of achieving legislative approval for 11 structural reforms, including overhauls in education, energy, taxes and telecommunications.

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  2. Missing students and murders eclipse reforms push in Mexico : October 13, 2014,Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 12, 2014 | Daily Times

    IGUALA: For nearly two years, President Enrique Pena Nieto has sought to direct the Mexican public's gaze onto his efforts to open the economy and away from the brutal gang violence that blighted his predecessor's government. But shocking abuses by security forces are overshadowing his economic reforms and threaten to ruin his efforts to recast Mexico as a country of progress and promise for investors.

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  3. A Mexican House of CardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2014 | The Daily Beast

    There's the handsome, young president who puts his foot in his mouth frequently. There's the corrupt governor caught on camera accepting a briefcase full of money in his office.

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  4. The Apparent Massacre of Dozens of Students Exposes the Corruption at the Heart of MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2014 | TIME.com

    Parents of the 43 missing students meet at the teachers rural college in Ayotzinapa, in Guerrero state, Mexico, Oct. 5, 2014. The disappearance and presumed killings of scores of students has led to protests against the Mexican government-and drug cartels The young father's corpse was left on the street of the southern Mexican town of Iguala with his eyes gouged out and flesh ripped off almost to the skull - a technique typical of the cartel murders that have become too common in this country.

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  5. Missing students and murders eclipse reforms push in MexicoRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 10, 2014 | The Baltimore Sun

    For nearly two years, President Enrique Pena Nieto has sought to direct the Mexican public's gaze onto his efforts to open the economy and away from the brutal gang violence that blighted his predecessor's government. But shocking abuses by security forces are overshadowing his economic reforms and threaten to ruin his efforts to recast Mexico as a country of progress and promise for investors.

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  6. Mexico protesters demand answers on missing studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 9, 2014 | Times of Oman

    Protesters march during a demostration in Mexico City on October 8, 2014, demanding justice for 43 students that went missing in Iguala, Guerrero state, on September 26. Photo - AFP Thousands of protesters blocked the highway to Acapulco in southern Mexico to press authorities to find 43 students missing since a deadly police shooting last weekend. The demonstration was part of commemorations of a 1968 massacre of students by the army in Mexico City but the protesters focused on the fate of the disappeared in violence-plagued Guerrero state.

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  7. New Rules for Mexico's National Polytechnic InstituteRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 4, 2014 | Hispanically Speaking

    Mexico's government has accepted all the demands of student protesters at the National Polytechnic Institute, or IPN, a public university in this capital, in a bid to prevent the movement from spreading to other higher education institutions. On Sept.

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  8. Slain Mexican official had strong Kent tiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2014 | Kent Reporter

    Just a couple of years ago Joanne Schaut walked with Gabriel Gomez Michel, the mayor of El Grullo, Jalisco, Mexico, in the annual Kent Cornucopia Days parade. So when the news broke last month that Gomez Michel was killed and burned after being kidnapped in Mexico, his death hit Schauf hard.

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  9. Protesters demand answers on missing Mexico studentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 3, 2014 | Yahoo!

    Thousands of protesters blocked the highway to Acapulco in southern Mexico to press authorities to find 43 students missing since a deadly police shooting last weekend. The demonstration was part of commemorations of a 1968 massacre of students by the army in Mexico City but the protesters focused on the fate of the disappeared in violence-plagued Guerrero state.

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  10. A Mexican House of CardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 19, 2014 | The Daily Beast

    There's the handsome, young president who puts his foot in his mouth frequently. There's the corrupt governor caught on camera accepting a briefcase full of money in his office.

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  11. Protesters demand answers on missing...Read the original story w/Photo

    Oct 2, 2014 | Bangkok Post

    Thousands of protesters blocked the highway to Acapulco in southern Mexico to press authorities to find 43 students missing since a deadly police shooting last weekend. Students paint slogans on a wall as relatives and fellow students block the Chilpancingo-Acapulco highway during a protest to demand an explanation about missing students, in Chilpancingo, Guerrero state, Mexico on October 2, 2014 The demonstration was part of commemorations of a 1968 massacre of students by the army in Mexico City but the protesters focused on the fate of the disappeared in violence-plagued Guerrero state.

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  12. Doubts remain over army shootingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 10, 2014 | Independent.ie

    Three soldiers have been charged with homicide in the June killings of 22 suspected gang members in southern Mexico An official probe is continuing after a Mexican army patrol escaped practically unharmed from a gunfight that left 22 suspected criminals dead in a grain warehouse. This week, Mexican officials changed their story to say the soldiers may have committed murder, but questions about the one-sided confrontation remain.

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  13. Amid Global Disorder, North America Should Tighten BondsRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 1, 2014 | CFR.org

    A more closely integrated North American continent could become a new growth market, combining the best of U.S. and Canadian innovation with the fruits of ongoing structural reforms in Mexico, says Robert Zoellick, co-chair of a new CFR Independent Task Force Report . The three countries should build on the foundation of the North American Free Trade Agreement , expanding coordination on areas like trade, energy, and security policy, the report says.

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  14. Mexico conservative party leader Madero stands down temporarilyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 30, 2014 | Reuters

    ... how far his party should have cooperated with President Enrique Pena Nieto's centrist Institutional Revolutionary Party on a wide-ranging economic reform agenda. The PAN's new interim president is 35-year-old Ricardo Anaya, previously the party's ...

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  15. Mexico Oil & Gas Report Q4 2014 - New Market Research ReportRead the original story

    Sep 30, 2014 | PR-inside.com

    ... these changes, is expected to be passed by Congress by early August 2014, according to Institutional Revolutionary Party senator David Penchyna. However, considering multiple delays that have already occurred in the process, further postponements ...

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  16. Mexico murders challenge presidentRead the original story

    Sep 29, 2014 | Buenos Aires Herald

    Eleven men died in a gunfight in northern Mexico and at least seven people, including an opposition politician, have been killed in violence in the southwest of the country this weekend, challenging what President Enrique Pea Nieto calls "encouraging" homicide figures. State prosecutors in the northern border state of Chihuahua said a shootout between rival gangs killed 11 suspected gang members near the town of Guachochi in southwestern Chihuahua.

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  17. Eleven killed in gang battleRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 29, 2014 | Iol.co.za

    Eleven men died in a gunfight in northern Mexico and at least seven people, including an opposition politician, have been killed in violence in the south-west of the country, authorities said on Sunday. State prosecutors in the northern border state of Chihuahua said a shootout between rival gangs killed 11 suspected gang members near the town of Guachochi in south-western Chihuahua.

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  18. Gang violence in Mexico: At least 18 killed in shootings, clashesRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2014 | DNA India

    Eleven men died in a gunfight in northern Mexico and at least seven people, including an opposition politician, have been killed in violence in the southwest of the country, authorities said on Sunday. State prosecutors in the northern border state of Chihuahua said a shootout between rival gangs killed 11 suspected gang members near the town of Guachochi in southwestern Chihuahua.

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  19. Former Leader of Mexico's 1968 Student Protests Dies, Age 73Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 28, 2014 | Hispanically Speaking

    Mexican activist Raul Alvarez Garin, one of the leaders of the country's 1968 student uprising, has died of cancer, the '68 Pro-Democratic Liberties Committee said Saturday. He was 73. The committee, created by Alvarez Garin and other leaders of that movement, recalled that the activist always remained firm in demanding that those responsible for the Oct. 2, 1968, massacre of student protesters be brought to justice.

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  20. Mexico Will Take Part in U.N. Peacekeeping Missions, Says EPNRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 25, 2014 | Hispanically Speaking

    Mexican President Enrique PeA a Nieto said in a speech Wednesday at the U.N. General Assembly meeting that his country will make the "historic step" of resuming its participation in U.N. peacekeeping missions. Mexico will participate gradually and on a conditional basis, "performing humanitarian-related tasks that benefit the civilian population" and only where there is a "clear mandate" from the Security Council and when the mission is in keeping with Mexico's foreign policy principles and domestic legal framework.

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