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· June, 2011

Stories about Mexico from June, 2011

Mexico: Crowdmapping Narco Activity

Mexico: Blogosphere Analyzes the State of Mexico's Electoral Process

Mexican bloggers analyze the local electoral process in the State of Mexico looking towards the presidential succession of 2012. There are reflections about the candidates, their campaigns and proposals, but...

Puerto Rico: Interview of Le Butcherettes

Latin America: ‘La Furgo-Nana’ On the Road For Children's Rights and Lullabies

E Day: Discovering Celebrities’ Favorite Words

What do singer Shakira, actor Gael Garcia Bernal, chef Ferran Adria and writer Mario Vargas Llosa have in common? They are all part of the group of 30 celebrities who...

Mexico: Photo essay: Final Day of Javier Sicilia’s ‘Peace Caravan’

Mexico City's Female Cab Drivers

Mexico: Tweeting to Save Lives

Mexico: Online Citizen Journalism Channel Aims to ‘Counterweight Media Monopolies’

Mexico: Journalists’ Deaths Go Unpunished

Mexico: Fighting Impunity on the Second Anniversary of the Guardería ABC Fire

June 5 marked the second anniversary of a tragic fire that killed 49 children and left others injured in 'Guarderia ABC', a childcare facility in Sonora, Mexico. Two years later,...

Mexico: War-Driven Innovation in the Fight Against Organized Crime

Mexico: Oaxaca Teachers on Strike Return to Classrooms

Latin America: An Overview of E-Government in the Region

Mexico: Afro-Mexicans Protest After Death of Nigerian Immigrant

Mexico: Documentary ‘Barrios, Beats, and Blood’

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