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Gas tanker explodes in Mexico City; over 5,000 homicides registered since Peña Nieto took the presidency; state police seize a tonne of marijuana in Tijuana.
Carlos Fuentes is remembered through unpublished documents; #YoSoy132 celebrates its first birthday; Popocatépetl volcano shows increasing activity
Obama visits Mexico; MexFest 2013 announced for July in London; Sixth literary seminar organised by University of Guadalajara.
President Obama visits Mexico to talk trade and security; Sonora becomes first Mexican state to ban bullfighting; dozens of youth protest Carlos Slim’s visit to Peru.
Striking teachers set fire to political offices in Guerrero; indigenous Mexicans say no to genetically-modified corn at a conference in Oaxaca; US politicians expresses ‘deep concern’ over human rights violations in Mexico.
A reading initiative celebrating literary classics travels through Mexico; Fight in a San Luis Potosí prison; Elba Esther Gordillo transferred to private hospital
Bicycle culture on the rise among the Wixárika People in Mexico; Judge suspends trial of ex-dictator in Guatemala; Indigenous man in Colombia will ‘have a go’ at the next presidential elections. The rise of the bicycle culture among the Wixárika [...]
New album created featuring the writing of Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz; Elba Esther Gordillo’s lawyer speaks on the state of her health; Sergio Pitol receives the ‘Clavis Palafoxianum’
Chaos in Michoacán amid protests about security; the cost of basic foods to rise by up to 20%; Mexican killed in fertiliser plant explosion in Texas.
The government enlists the help of transnational corporations to combat hunger in Mexico; man accused of killing police awaits latest judgement; release of men accused of indigenous massacre.
So Go the Ghosts of Mexico opens in New York; report released on human rights; leader of “the Reds” found dead.
Assassination plot to kill two left-wing politicians foiled by authorities; head of Secretariat of Agriculture admits to import of transgenic corn; the first quarter of 2013 ‘particularly hostile’ for human rights defenders.
UNICEF and Coneval study finds that 56.4% of Mexican children are living in poverty; protests against educational reform continue; Brooklyn gallery celebrates the mariachis of New York
Appeal to UNESCO to save Puebla’s historic centre; linguistic tourism promoted as a lucrative industry; Jorge Volpi shows no approach to Cervantes Festival.
An explosion injures six employees of state-owned oil giant Pemex; poet Javier Sicilia appeals for drug policy reform; first gay couple are married in Oaxaca.