· May, 2010

Stories about Mexico from May, 2010

Latin America: Internet Day Festivities Across Region

  22 May 2010

Internet Day is an event that started in Spain in 2005 and has been spreading throughout the world thanks to the United Nations, which designated May 17 as the World Information Society Day. This year, in many countries across Latin American, there were events that were promoted and organized through blogs and Twitter.

Mexico: Revelations of Crimes by Father Maciel

  16 May 2010

In Mexico, nearly 2 years after the death of Roman Catholic priest, Father Marcial Maciel, who founded the order the Legion of Christ, additional details of the crimes of abuse have been made public, which has been difficult for the victims left behind.

Spain: Mexicans Blogging to Feel at Home

  3 May 2010

There is a growing community of Mexican bloggers living in Spain, who write to help them feel at home by sharing their thoughts about living in another country and about the traditions that are kept alive.

Mexico: Attack of Caravan en Route to San Juan Copala

  2 May 2010

The Mex Files blog writes about the attack of a caravan carrying supplies to the community of San Juan Copala in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, in which at least one Mexican and one foreign observer were killed. YouTube user Guerreradelavida also has a audio/photo essay in memory of those...