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Angels Rushing In Where Others Fear to Tread

Angels are not a common sight here in Mexico’s most violent border city, where the public cemetery is putrid and overflowing, and where a handful of churches worship the skeletal saint of death, Santa Muerte.
Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua | Thursday November 10th, 2011

Gorbachev to Mexico: Learn from Violence

Former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev urged Mexicans during a visit to this border city to learn the lessons that come from "violent changes" and work toward strengthening national unity.
Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua | Thursday October 20th, 2011

Mexican police: Head of shelter charged with prostituting women residents
Nick Valencia

The director of a battered women's shelter in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, was being held Wednesday on charges that she forced the women she cared for to commit sex acts with strangers, local authorities told CNN.
Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua | Thursday October 20th, 2011

Ancient human footprints found in Mexico

Footprints from early humans that are between 4500 and 25,000 years-old have been discovered in a remote area of northern Mexico.
Chihuahua | Tuesday September 27th, 2011

Victaulic Commissions New Manufacturing Facility in Chihuahua

New facility becomes one of company's largest sites, will better serve Mexico, Latin America and South America
Chihuahua | Wednesday September 21st, 2011

Mexico: Apple production will increase

About 20 million boxes of apples will be produced this year in Chihuahua (Mexico), 15% more than last year, estimated the SAGARPA delegate in the state, Carlos Aguilar Camargo.
Chihuahua | Friday September 16th, 2011

A force for change: Maquiladora owner works to transform Juárez in campaign
Ramón Rentería

Cecilia Levine has rubbed elbows with Pope John Paul II, the premier of China and powerful political leaders and economic advisers across the United States and Mexico.
Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua | Sunday September 4th, 2011

From 'art queen' to exile: Juárez muralist Mago Gándara seeks her 'revenge' in new show
Ramón Rentería

Margarita "Mago" Gándara fled Juárez with all the art pieces she could jam into a small trailer. "They threatened to kill me," she said. The well-known border muralist is still defiant, still outspoken. Her knees are too weak to climb scaffolds anymore, but the roaring laughter of a woman determined to reinvent herself still reverberates through her El Paso studio.
Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua | Monday August 22nd, 2011


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