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· May, 2010

Stories about Mexico from May, 2010

Mexico: Community Journalism in the Gulf of California

A community journalism project called Su Mar (Your Ocean) aims to give citizens the tools to report on conservation and environmental development issues in the Gulf of California region in...

Mexico: 165 Mexicans Die Each Day Due to Smoking

Latin America: Internet Day Festivities Across Region

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...

Mexico: Revelations of Crimes by Father Maciel

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...

Mexico: High Temperatures in the Capital

Mexico: The Popularity of Local Wines

Mexico: Fear and Intimidation in Electronic Media

The drug-related violence taking place in northern Mexico is being seen in citizen media. Through warnings and threats sent through blogs and emails, many residents are heavily impacted by the...

Mexico: Citizen Journalism in the Middle of Drug-Trafficking Violence

Monterrey and the Mexican State of Nuevo León is currently caught up a wave of drugtrafficking-related violence that is affecting the daily lives of the residents, who are using citizen...

Technology for Transparency, Civic Engagement and Accountability in Latin America

Latin America has a long history of corruption, organized crime, and impunity. However, the region also has a mature civil society and dozens of technology projects that are poised to...

Spain: Mexicans Blogging to Feel at Home

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...

Mexico: Attack of Caravan en Route to San Juan Copala

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