Last updateFri, 05 Aug 2016 9am

Chilies seized

More than 12,000 tins of chiles have been appropriated from the warehouses of food producers La Costeña by federal health inspectors. 

Drownings of children highlight sea change in immigration from ‘Northern Triangle’

The  bodies of three Central American youngsters found washed up within the past week on disparate Pacific Ocean beaches in southern Mexico could spur this country, which many observers call exceptionally oriented toward children, to implement recent constitutional changes establishing the right for outsiders to seek asylum here, say human rights specialists working in the area.

Infamous drug lord breaks his silence

In his first ever media interview, notorious drug capo Rafael Caro Quintero said he is no longer a participant in the narcotics trafficking trade and disclaimed any involvement in the kidnap, torture and murder of a  U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agent in 1985 for which he was sentenced to 40 years in prison.