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· July, 2011

Stories about Mexico from July, 2011

Blog Carnival: Mexico – Citizenry, Violence and Blogs

Global Voices in Spanish has the pleasure of announcing a new edition of its Blog Carnival, which will be focused on bloggers and Internet users from Mexico, along the topic...

Mexico: Improvements in Education Decreasing Emigration Rates

Mexico: A Mother's Struggle to Find Her Missing Daughter

Mexico: 17 Dead After Jail Riot in Ciudad Juárez

Mexico: The Knights Templar, Violence and Norway

Twitter and Latin American Presidents: Does It Make Them Closer to Us?

Twitter use among the presidents of Latin America is gaining momentum. Whether used as a form of press release, to communicate with citizens or to cheer for a soccer team,...

Mexico: Sinaloa Governor Calls for Special Investigation on Femicides

Mexico: Supreme Court Rules Civil Courts Take On Military Abusers

Videos: Tortillas, Chapatis, Bread and More Around the World

Most cultures accompany their meals with a grain based product; bread, flatbreads and steamed buns are part of people's meals in many places of the world. Today we visit artisans...

Mexico: Photos of Street Food in Mexico City

Argentine Songwriter Facundo Cabral Murdered in Guatemala

On Saturday July 9 the renowned songwriter Facundo Cabral, whose career was characterised by songs that acted as a vehicle for his messages, was murdered in Guatemala. Moved by his...

Recent Cases of Journalists Killed in Honduras and Mexico

Latin America: Blogging About the ‘2011 Copa América’

Mexico: Reactions Following Elections in the State of Mexico

In the July 3 elections of the State of Mexico, social networks and citizen media served as a forum for expressing the most diverse opinions regarding the electoral session, in...

Mexico: Neighborhood Affected by Floods Feels Abandoned on Election Day

Mexico: Reconstruction in Monterrey a Year After Hurricane Alex

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