100 killed in storms in Mexico. Survivors of La Pintada landslide tell of their experiences. More storms gathering
The most recent US travel warnings for tourists going to Mexico have triggered confusion and criticism. But they are the result of political pressure and not a realistic assessment, as Sandra Weiss reports from Puebla.
Mexican authorities discovered six human heads and a threatening note from one cartel to another during the holidays, prosecutors said. Elsewhere, seven people, including three policemen, were killed on Christmas day.
At least 24 people are reported to have been killed in Mexico, after a fuel truck crashed into a passenger bus. The vehicles burst into flames, with many of those inside perishing in the blaze.
A prison riot in Acapulco, Mexico has ended with 28 inmates dead. Authorities say order has been restored in Guerrero state's maximum-security jail. Meanwhile, a Catholic priest has been killed near Mexico City.
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