Mexico

Cruz Azul woes worsen with Crosas knee injury

MEXICO CITY - A knee ligament injury to Spanish midfielder Marc Crosas was the worst setback of a dismal Mexican Apertura championship for Cruz Azul whose home loss to America was their fourth in a row.

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Mexico foreign minister takes new post, may augur presidency bid 28 Aug 2015

MEXICO CITY - Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on Thursday shifted Foreign Minister Jose Antonio Meade into a key ministry in a cabinet reshuffle that could provide Meade with a platform to mount a presidential bid in 2018.

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Mexico foreign minister takes new post, may augur presidency bid 27 Aug 2015

MEXICO CITY - Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on Thursday shifted Foreign Minister Jose Antonio Meade into a key ministry in a cabinet reshuffle that could provide Meade with a platform to mount a presidential bid in 2018.

U.S., Mexico open first new rail link in over a century 25 Aug 2015

AUSTIN, Texas - The United States and Mexico on Tuesday opened their first new rail link in more than a century as part of plans to update infrastructure carrying nearly $600 billion a year in bilateral trade, officials said.

Mexico expects agreement on arms trade treaty fine print at meeting 24 Aug 2015

CANCUN, Mexico - Signatories of a major treaty aimed at regulating the international arms trade should agree a number of key steps for its implementation at a conference this week, host nation Mexico said on Sunday.

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Mexico president, finance minister cleared in ethics probe 21 Aug 2015

MEXICO CITY - A Mexican government auditor on Friday exonerated President Enrique Peña Nieto and his finance minister from any wrongdoing over purchases of homes from public contractors, but opposition lawmakers poured scorn over the bid to lay the scandal to rest.

Arms trade treaty faces transparency hurdle at Mexico meeting 20 Aug 2015

MEXICO CITY - Efforts to impose transparency on the global arms trade at a pivotal meeting in Mexico next week face resistance from some major European exporters that could undermine a historic accord, arms control groups said on Wednesday.

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Mexico blocks military's testimony on slain students - Americas group 17 Aug 2015

MEXICO CITY - An international human rights body said on Monday that Mexico's government denied it interviews with military personnel in the case of 43 students who were abducted and apparently massacred last year.

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Slim's America Movil eyes European fixed-line telcos 13 Aug 2015

MEXICO CITY - America Movil is still sniffing out deals in Europe, which could become twice as important for the Mexican telecom company's revenue base within five years, its chief financial officer said on Wednesday.

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Trump's female fans shrug off "blood" comment about TV host 12 Aug 2015

LEHIGH COUNTY, Penn./NEW YORK - It's easy to find female fans of Donald Trump in this cluster of former factory towns in the hills west of New York City even after his comments about Fox News anchor Megyn Kelly that have been widely interpreted as referring to her menstrual cycle. | Video

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Migrants protest as Hungary shutters Budapest train station

BUDAPEST/BERLIN - Hundreds of angry migrants demonstrated outside Budapest's Eastern Railway Terminus on Tuesday demanding they be allowed to travel on to Germany, as European Union asylum rules came close to collapse under the strain of unprecedented migration. | Video