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  • Abandoned train station is silent witness to enslavement of Yaqui Indians

    Abandoned train station is silent witness to enslavement of Yaqui Indians

    Slave market and concentration camps in Jalisco by John Pint   While paging through an archaeological guide to western Mexico, I came upon a cryptic reference to a long-abandoned train station near the small town of San Marcos, Jalisco, located 80 kilometers west of Guadalajara. It said, “Yaquis were once sold here (as slaves) for

  • Trump says drug cartels will be designated terrorist organizations

    Trump says drug cartels will be designated terrorist organizations

    Mexico will seek high-level meeting with US to discuss the designation   by Mexico News Daily   The United States will designate Mexican drug cartels as terrorist organizations, U.S. President Donald Trump said in an interview Tuesday, triggering a request by Mexico for high-level bilateral talks. “They will be designated… I have been working on

  • Suspects arrested in LeBarón massacre; FBI agents join investigation

    Suspects arrested in LeBarón massacre; FBI agents join investigation

    Many members of the LeBarón family have left Mexico for the US   by Mexico News Daily   Suspects have been arrested in connection with the massacre of nine members of the LeBarón family in Sonora last week, Security Secretary Alfonso Durazo said on Monday, but declined to reveal the name of the criminal organization

  • Engine maker Cummins prepares to shift operations to Mexico

    Engine maker Cummins prepares to shift operations to Mexico

    The shift is to meet new regional content requirements in the US, Mexico and Canada trade agreement   by Mexico News Daily   United States automotive manufacturer Cummins has confirmed that it will move some of its operations from China, India and Brazil to Mexico. The decision was made to meet stipulations in the United

  • AMLO at 67 percent approval in spite of disagreement over Culiacán decision   

    AMLO at 67 percent approval in spite of disagreement over Culiacán decision  

    51 percent said decision to release suspected cartel leader Ovidio Guzmán was wrong   by Mexico News Daily   President López Obrador achieved an approval rating of 67 percent in a new poll even though a slight majority of respondents said it was a mistake to release Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán’s son after he was

  • Chapo University? Narco’s family plans school for indigenous in Sinaloa

    Chapo University? Narco’s family plans school for indigenous in Sinaloa

    by Mexico News Daily   A chain of coop stores and a pharmaceutical company are also planned, using Joaquín Guzmán’s assets The family of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán will build a university for indigenous students in Badiraguato, Sinaloa, according to a Mexican lawyer who represented the convicted drug trafficker. José Luis González Meza, who revealed

  • In 48 days, Ayotzinapa search operations in 210 locations have turned up nothing

    In 48 days, Ayotzinapa search operations in 210 locations have turned up nothing

    Government offers 1.5-million-peso reward for information   by Mexico News Daily   Eight search operations conducted over 48 days produced no “positive findings” in the case of the 43 students who disappeared in Iguala, Guerrero, in 2014, human rights undersecretary Alejandro Encinas said on Thursday. Speaking at the presidential press conference on the fifth anniversary

  • More than 6 thousand deaths are reported due to medications given to “trans” children

    by writing ACI Press   Thousands of children who attend “gender clinics” worldwide receive powerful medications that block puberty and lead to serious side effects, including death, according to data from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). In an article published by the National Catholic Register, based on information from the same agency of