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· March, 2009

Stories about Mexico from March, 2009

Mexico: Unsolved Feminicide Along the Border

Violence along the United States - Mexico border has reached staggering levels. The killings in border cities like Ciudad Juárez has already totaled 400 in the first two months of...

Mexico: A Lack of Water in Mexico City

Mexico City is running out of water. Daniel Hernandez of Intersections writes about what the local government is doing to address the situation, but officials say “drastic steps” may need...

Mexico: Reviews of Radiohead Concerts in Mexico City

British band Radiohead recently played two concerts in Mexico City to a crowd of 55,000 on each night. Miguel of We Shall be Free [es] reviews both shows.

Mexico: The Cathedral of Oaxaca

Aquí Oaxaca [es] provides historical details of the Cathedral located in the heart of the Mexican city of Oaxaca.

Mexico: Gubernatorial Candidate's Website Similar to Obama's Website

MexaBlog [es] presents gubernatorial candidate Juan Blanco for the state of Chihuahua and whose website contains a striking resemblance to the website of Barack Obama during his presidential campaign.

Mexico: Stopping Video Game Piracy

The company Nintendo recently requested help in cracking down on piracy of video games in countries like Mexico. Tome Chango Su Banana explains that piracy won't stop “unless they lower...

Mexico: Two Musicians Selected for YouTube Symphony Orchestra

Two Mexican musicians have been selected for the YouTube Symphony Orchestra international orchestra, a collaborative project using social media through the use of auditions through YouTube videos. Manuel Zogbi from...

Mexico: Factory Workers Gather to Discuss Crisis in Tijuana

The network of workers of factories in Tijuana, Mexico gather the first Saturday of every month to discuss the current crisis in this industry, which includes layoffs and plant closing...

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