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· April, 2011

Stories about Mexico from April, 2011

Mexico: Senate Approves Political Reform

Mexico: 51 Kidnapped Migrants Rescued in Tamaulipas

Mexico: Northern States Hit by Wildfires

Mexico: Felipe Calderon's Cabinet on Twitter

In mid-April, the government headed by Felipe Calderon announced with much fanfare that every member of the cabinet was now registered on Twitter, and prepared to deal more directly with...

Mexico: The Reality of Public Transportation in Mexico City

Bloggers in Mexico City narrate their experiences and express their opinions on two of the most popular means of public transportation in that city: the Metro and the Metrobús.

Mexico: Netizens Deploy the “Failed State” Meme

The idea of Mexico as an actual or potential "failed state," pending since its introduction into public discourse in 2008 following news of a report to this effect by the...

Mexico: Bloggers Reflect on Elections in Peru

Mexico: March Against Violence or Against the Government?

Thousands of Mexicans - not only in their own country, but also in various cities around the world - conducted simultaneous protests on April 6, 2011. Some took part to...

Mexico: News of US Clandestine Operation Draws “Fast and Furious” Response

Mexican netizens take to their blogs and Twitter accounts as an interview with a former head of the ATF (the US Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives) in Mexico...

Mexico: 59 Bodies Found in Mass Graves in Tamaulipas

Mexico Appoints its First Female Attorney General after Arturo Chavez Resigns

Mexico: Reactions to “Resignation” of US Ambassador Carlos Pascual

The government of the United States recently announced the resignation of its ambassador in Mexico. The decision is understood by some bloggers as a clear consequence of the disclosure of...

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