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Mexico, Central America, and Carribbean Bureau Chief — New York Times

NY Times Bureau Chief, Mexico, Central America + Caribbean. Panamanian-New Jerseyan. Rutgers. Eat, swim, write. Instagram: LatAmPix Email: randya@nytimes.com

Clashes Erupt Over Missing Mexican Students

nytimes.com — MEXICO CITY - A day of mostly peaceful antigovernment mass marches on Thursday to protest the disappearance, and presumed murders, of 43 college students ended with clashes with the police who tried to prevent some demonstrators from damaging the National Palace in the city center.

A Familiar Anger Begins to Boil Again in Mexico

nytimes.com — MEXICO CITY - The fate of 43 college students missing and presumed killed and burned to ashes in a mass abduction in September has bred ire and indignation in many corners of Mexico. Spectators held up posters with the faces of the students at a soccer match last week between Mexico and the Netherlands.

Drug Gang Killed Students, Mexican Law Official Says

nytimes.com — MEXICO CITY - Members of a drug gang arrested in the investigation into the disappearance of 43 college students in September told investigators that they had killed the students and burned their bodies in a pyre of tires and branches, the attorney general announced Friday.

Mexican mayor and wife are detained in case of missing students

smh.com.au — Relatives of the missing students carry their photographs at a march in Iguala in south-west Mexico. Photo: Reuters Mexico City: The fugitive mayor of the Mexican town where 43 college students were apparently abducted in September after he reportedly ordered the police to attack them has been detained along with his wife, a federal official said on Tuesday.

Mexican Mayor and Wife Are Detained in Case of Missing Students

nytimes.com — MEXICO CITY - The fugitive mayor of the Mexican town where 43 college students were apparently abducted in September after he reportedly ordered the police to attack them has been detained along with his wife, a federal official said on Tuesday.

Keeping Mexico’s Revolutionary Fires Alive

nytimes.com — AYOTZINAPA, Mexico - In their first week of school, the new students eat and drink nothing but beans and cold coffee, and spend sleepless days cleaning up the buildings and planting crops. It is a "boot camp" to foster a sense of community and prove that they really want to be here at the Escuela Normal Rural Raúl Isidro Burgos.

Mexico taking steps to acknowledge African Mexicans

seattletimes.com — Originally published Saturday, October 25, 2014 at 5:34 PM JOSÉ MARÍA MORELOS, Mexico - Hernán Reyes calls himself "negro" - black - plain and simple. After some thought, Elda Mayren decides she is "Afromexicana," or African Mexican.

Negro? Prieto? Moreno? A Question of Identity for Black Mexicans

nytimes.com — JOSÉ MARÍA MORELOS, Mexico - Hernán Reyes calls himself "negro" - black - plain and simple. After some thought, Elda Mayren decides she is "Afromexicana," or African-Mexican. Candido Escuen, a 58-year-old papaya farmer, is not quite sure what word to use, but he knows he is not mestizo, or mixed white and native Indian, which is how most Mexicans describe themselves.

In Mexico, an Embattled Governor Resigns

nytimes.com — MEXICO CITY - The governor of the southern Mexico state where 43 college students have gone missing in a case that the authorities say has exposed the deep ties among local politicians, the police and organized crime stepped down on Thursday under pressure from his own party.

Suspected Leader of Mexican Drug Cartel Arrested in Texas

nytimes.com — MEXICO CITY - They have gone down with guns blazing on country roads and in opulent mansions, more quietly while sleeping in seaside condominiums and even, most recently, while dining in fine restaurants. But their downfalls have almost always occurred in Mexico.
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Nov 21, 2014

RT @lpolgreen: Some news: I’m starting a new gig, leading a team that will explore publishing the New York Times in languages other than English.

Nov 21, 2014

RT @EECastilloAP: MT @DarioLopezMills: fotógrafo de @AP Eduardo Verdugo, agredido en marcha y sus cámaras tomadas por @PoliciaFedMx. No las han devuelto

Nov 21, 2014

AP’s @DarioLopezMills says AP photographer assaulted by police in Mexico City march, cameras taken and not returned by @PoliciaFedMx.

Nov 21, 2014

"Peña Nieto out!" chanted Mexico City crowds as anti-government marches came to tense end in front of National Palace nyti.ms/1r3RZpb

Nov 20, 2014

Day of mostly peaceful mass marches in Mexico City ending with tension at Zocalo, riot police defending National Palace scuffle w/protesters

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