July 20, 2009

The transfer of a thousand Army troops to Michoacan concludes the deployment of 2 thousand 500 elements that will reinforce security, following the wave of violence unleashed in the state by the criminal organization " La Familia Michoacana. " The...

July 16, 2009

Starting on Monday, July 14th, Canada will now require Mexican citizens visiting the country to apply for a visa.  Applicants, must now meet a long list of requirements, including the documents they are asked in English or French.     Given the...

July 16, 2009

One day after the murder of the mayor of Namiquipa, Héctor Ariel Meixueiro Muñoz, an additional 10 murders have been recorded (in unrelated cases) in the capital of the state, Ciudad Juarez, General Frias, and Camargo. Eduardo Esparza, a spokesman...

July 15, 2009

Announcing a series of changes ito second level appointments, the Attorney General of Baja California (PGJE) highlighted the appointment of a retired servicemen as the director of the State Ministerial Police, nominated by the Ministry of National...

July 14, 2009

Today is the second consecutive day of a military operation conducted by the army on the premises of the Ministry of Roads and Public Safety San Pedro, adding to the list of detainees this Tuesday a traffic officer and a administrative assistant...

July 13, 2009

César Jáuregui is the first former senator who comes to occupy a seat on the Federal Judicial Council, the administrative body of the Judiciary established in 1995. In an interview, the PANista from Chihuahua says it is time to fight...

July 9, 2009

Mexico Accused of Torture in Drug War Army Using Brutality To Fight Trafficking, Rights Groups Say By Steve Fainaru and William Booth Washington Post Foreign Service Thursday, July 9, 2009 PUERTO LAS OLLAS, Mexico -- The Mexican army has carried...

July 9, 2009

The international organization Human Rights Watch (HRW) urged the Secretary of the Interior, Fernando Gomez Mont, to provide information on violations of human rights which are attributed to the military and have been prosecuted by military courts. ...

July 9, 2009

An armed commando "lifted" and executed Benjamin Le Baron, an activist against kidnapping, in the municipality of Galeana, Chihuahua, reported the Attorney General of the entity. His remains were thrown on to dirt roads connecting the municipality of...

July 8, 2009

After the executions of the Mormon leader Benjamin Le Baron and Luis Whitmanand, president of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Luis Soberanes, declared that Chihuahua lives in a state of siege. "Virtually Chihuahua live under siege and...