On 5/16/2013 at 0736hrs., Rev. Hansen received this prophecy for Mexico:

Mexico, oh Mexico, a land filled with the blood of the innocent. You have been deceived by a religious spirit that has caused my people to be persecuted, hunted down and killed. Through the influence and deception of this woman religion spirit, you have attacked and killed my people.

Unless you leave the influence of this satanic spirit the land will regurgitate (vomit out) the blood of my people that it has been soaked in. The mountains, hills, valleys, and fields will be shaken and rumble and die (eruptions-earthquakes-residue of war).

Come to me the living God. Pray to me through Jesus Christ so death can leave your land and violence through evil men will cease because my laws and my people will rule and reign!

History of Mexico:

Past Mexico: At least three civilizations - the Mayas, the Olmecs, and the Toltecs - preceded the Aztec empire, conquered in 1519-1521 by the Spanish under Hernando Cortes. Spain ruled Mexico as part of the viceroyalty of New Spain until September 16, 1810, when the Mexicans revolted. Mexico won its independence in 1821.

From 1821 to 1877, Mexico experienced political instability. There were two emperors, several dictators, presidents and provisional executives. Mexico lost the territory of Texas in 1836. After defeat in the war with the U.S. from 1846-1848, it lost the area that is now California, Nevada, Utah, most of Arizona and New Mexico, and parts of Wyoming and Colorado under the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.

In 1855, Benito Juarez began a series of reforms, including the disestablishment of the Catholic Church, which owned vast property. The subsequent civil war was interrupted by the French invasion of Mexico in 1861 and the crowning of Maximilian of Austria as emperor in 1864. Maximilian was overthrown and executed by forces under Juarez, who became president again in 1867.

Between 1932 and 1945, excess zeal and intolerance led to anti-communist uprisings. In the late 1930's, hundreds of Buddhist institutions were desecrated and more than 10,000 people were imprisoned.

The years after the fall of dictator Porfirio Diaz (1877-1880 and 1884-1911) were marked by bloody political-military strife and trouble with the U.S., culminating in the U.S. expedition into northern Mexico (1916-1917) in an unsuccessful pursuit of the revolutionary Pancho Villa.

The Partido Nacional Revolucionario (PNR; National Revolutionary Party), dominated by revolutionary and reformist politicians from northern Mexico, was established in 1929. It continued to control Mexico throughout the 20th century and was renamed the Partido Revolucionario Institucional (PRI; Institutional Revolutionary Party) in 1946.

Following World War II, the government emphasized economic growth. During the mid-1970s, under President Jose Lopez Portillo, Mexico became a major petroleum producer. By the end of Portillo's term, Mexico had accumulated a huge external debt because of the government's borrowing on the strength of its petroleum revenues. The collapse of oil prices in 1986 cut Mexico's export earnings. A devaluation of the peso in late 1994 threw Mexico into economic turmoil, triggering the worst recession in over half a century.

In January 1994, Mexico joined Canada and the United States in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), with the plan to phase out all tariffs over a 15-year period. In January 1996, Mexico became a founding member of the World Trade Organization (WTO).

In 1997, in what observers called the freest elections in Mexico's history, the PRI lost control of the lower legislative house and the mayoralty of Mexico City in a stunning upset. To increase democracy, President Ernesto Zedillo said that he would break precedent and not personally choose the next PRI presidential nominee. Mexico held its first presidential primary in 1999, which was won by former interior secretary Francisco Labastida.

The elections held on July 2, 2000 marked the first time since the 1910 Mexican Revolution that an opposition candidate defeated the party in government, the PRI. The new president, Vicente Fox Quesada of the conservative National Action Party (PAN), vowed tax reform, an overhaul of the legal system, and a reduction in power of the central government. By 2002, Fox had made little headway on his ambitious reform agenda.

In 2004, a two-year investigation into the "dirty war," which Mexico's authoritarian government waged against its opponents in the 1960s and 1970s, led to an indictment against former president Luis Echeverria for ordering the 1971 shooting of student protesters. Charges were later dropped.

Present Mexico: In 2005, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the mayor of Mexico City, emerged as a presidential candidate for the Democratic Revolution Party. Lopez Obrador seemed likely to defeat the party of incumbent, Vicente Fox. In October 2005, Felipe Calderon unexpectedly became the candidate of Fox's National Action Party (PAN), defeating Fox's chosen successor. In the July election, Calderon won 35.9% of the vote over Lopez Obrador, who received 35.3%. Lopez Obrador appealed the election, but on August 28, Mexico's top electoral court rejected Lopez Obrador's allegations of fraud. His supporters held massive protest rallies. Calderon was sworn in on December 1.

In May 2008, Attorney General Eduardo Medina Mora announced that over 4,000 people had been killed in drug-related violence since President Calderon took office. 1,400 of the deaths occurred in 2008 alone.

In August 2008, hundreds of thousands of protesters marched for the people who were killed and kidnapped in drug-related violence. In December 2008, the U.S. released $197 million of a $400 million plan called the Merida Initiative to help Mexico fight the drug cartels, yet drug violence continued.

In 2009, a new strain of influenza, known as Swine Flu, originated in Mexico and spread to at least 24 other countries. The World Health Organization declared that a pandemic was a possibility. Originally, Swine Flu was thought to be quite dangerous. As time passed, Mexican authorities said they may have overestimated the threat. As a precaution, the Mexican government shut down all nonessential business for five days starting on May 1, 2009.

Despite Calderon's pledge to bring down the drug cartels, drug-related violence escalated into 2010. After the fatal shooting in March 2010 of a pregnant U.S. consulate employee by an alleged drug trafficker, Calderon pressured the U.S. to take responsibility for its role in the crisis. The U.S. and Mexico revised their counternarcotics strategy with a $330 million program intended to expand the Merida Initiative. The plan includes strengthening poor communities to give citizens alternatives to crime, better screening at the border, and shifting the focus of funding from military equipment to a civilian police force that will patrol Tijuana and Ciudad Juarez.

In February 2011, the U.S. began flying unarmed drones over Mexico to collect and turn over information to Mexican law enforcement agencies. In July 2011, violence broke out in several cities. Over 20 people were killed in Monterrey when armed men began firing on a bar, 11 people were found dead from gunshot wounds just outside Mexico City, and 10 decapitated heads were found in Torreon. Officials said that all of the incidents occurred in the wake of cartel fights.

On November 11, 2011, Francisco Blake Mora, Mexico's secretary of the interior, died in a helicopter crash. Mora became the second interior minister killed during Calderon's term. Calderon's first interior minister was also killed in a plane crash.

In December 2011, Humberto Moreira resigned from his position as president of the Institutional Revolutionary Party. Moreira stepped down because of a financial scandal. News media coverage connected Moreira to debt and loan irregularities in Coahulia, a state which he governed.

In February 2012, Josefina Vazquez Mota was chosen as a presidential candidate for Mexico's National Action Party, becoming the first woman nominated by a major party to run for president. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador was nominated again by the Democratic Revolutionary Party.

On July 1, 2012, Enrique Peña Nieto was elected president. Peña Nieto promised voters a change in Mexico's fight against the drug war. He vowed to focus more on reducing violence instead of making arrests and raids in attempts to block drugs from getting into the United States.

In September 2013, Hurricane Ingrid and Tropical Storm Manuel hit Mexico simultaneously. The two storms caused flooding and landslides. More than 120 people were killed. The government declared a national emergency.

In October 2013, Der Spiegel reported that according to documents leaked by Edward Snowden, the surveillance program of the United States' National Security Agency (NSA) hacked into former President Felipe Calderon's email account and network.

In February 2014, drug cartel kingpin Joaquin Guzman Loera, was arrested in Mazatlán. Loera, known as "El Chapo", headed the Sinaloa Cartel, a drug trafficking organization. On February 25, a federal judge set Loera's trial in motion for several organized crime and drug-related charges.

© 2013 World Ministries International

The following are some Scriptures that deal with end-time events.  All prophecies concerning the nations are leading up to fulfillment of end-time judgments (events).

Ezekiel chapters 38 & 39
Zechariah 13: 8-9
Zechariah 14: 1-16
Daniel chapters 2, 4, 7-12
Matthew 24: 1-51
Mark 13: 1-37
Luke 21: 6-38
The book of Revelation
The book of Joel

Mexican president condemns violent protests after attack on palace
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto condemned violent protests over the apparent massacre of 43 students after demonstrators set fire to the door of his ceremonial palace in Mexico City
Reuters November 09, 2014
Leader of Mexico's Gulf cartel arrested in Texas, U.S. officials say
The top leader of Mexico's notorious Gulf cartel has been arrested while shopping in south Texas
Los Angeles Times October 21, 2014
Anger grows over Mexico's missing as drug cartels turn to human trafficking
Mass graves reveal the plight of many - but thousands are still unaccounted for as government crackdown on drug trade sees criminal enterprises diversify activities
LONDON Independent Oct. 19, 2014
Mexican Gov't Paying to Help Shield Illegal Immigrants in the U.S. from Deportation
The government of Mexico is paying to help its citizens who are living illegally in the United States avoid deportation
Breitbart October 10, 2014
Hurricane drenches Mexico; may help US Southwest
Hurricane Norbert dumped heavy rains and prompted evacuations as it marched up the coast of Baja California peninsula
Houston Chroncile September 04, 2014
Mexican President Peña Nieto Declares United States 'the Other Mexico'
Forget so-called "Mexifornia." How about the United States of Mexico?
Breitbart August 26, 2014
Mexicans blame Americans for 'Death Train'
Complaint filed against U.S. owners of 'Beast' hauling illegals
WorldNetDaily July 13, 2014
Marine jailed in Mexico: 'God has plans for me'
Urges Americans 'to try to get a response' from Obama
WorldNetDaily July 10, 2014
New border risk: ISIS ties to Mexican drug lords
Expert warns Middle East turmoil could sting U.S.
WorldNetDaily July 04, 2014
Sheriffs warn of violence from Mexican cartels deep into interior of U.S.
Outmanned and outgunned, local law enforcement officers are alarmed by the drug and human trafficking, prostitution, kidnapping and money laundering that Mexican drug cartels are conducting in the U.S. far from the border
The Washington Times April 09, 2014
Two drug tunnels, with rail systems, found at U.S.-Mexico border
U.S. federal agents uncovered two drug-smuggling tunnels underneath the U.S.-Mexico border, both surfacing in San Diego-area warehouses and equipped with rail systems for moving contraband
Reuters April 04, 2014
U.S. Gov't Study Pays Mexican Male Prostitutes For Not Getting STDs
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is spending $398,213 on a project studying whether paying male Mexican sex workers for being free of sexually transmitted diseases will increase condom use
CNS News March 20, 2014
Water, power cut off from Protestant families
Targeted for refusing to pay for 'traditionalist Catholic' events
WorldNetDaily February 28, 2014
Mexican president 'indignant' at U.S. deportations
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said he is "indignant" at the United States' deportation of Mexican migrants and described U.S. lawmakers as demonstrating a "lack of conscience" in failing to pass immigration reform
Reuters February 27, 2014
Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman to stand trial in Mexico 1st, and any extradition to U.S. likely years away
Two federal judges ruled that Guzman will have to stand trial on separate drug-trafficking and organized-crime charges in Mexico
CBS News February 26, 2014
El Chapo, Most-Wanted Drug Lord, Is Captured in Mexico
Mexican marines and the police, aided by information from the United States Drug Enforcement Administration, immigration and customs officials and the United States Marshals Service, took him into custody without firing a shot
The New York Times February 22, 2014
Mexico Protects Its Borders Better Than U.S.
Mexico is one of the roughest places for illegal immigrants
Infowars January 30, 2014
Mexico legalizes vigilantes, nabs cartel leader
Mexico essentially legalized the country's growing "self-defense" groups, while also announcing that security forces had captured one of the four top leaders of the Knights Templar drug cartel, which the vigilante groups have been fighting
Seattle Post-Intelligencer 1/28/2014
Mexican Citizens Topple Cartels And Are Rewarded With Government Retaliation
When facing a corrupt system, provide for yourself and your community those necessities that the system cannot or will not
Zero Hedge January 22, 2014
A Mexican militia, battling Michoacan drug cartel, has American roots
Many were U.S. immigrants who came back, some voluntarily but most often not, to the desicrated job market in the state of Michoacan and found life under the Knights Templar drug cartel that controls the area almost unlivable
The Washington Post January 18, 2014
Militia Mayhem for Mexico
Hell seems ever more liable to bust loose in western Mexico's Michoacan state, with heavily armed civilians squaring off against feared meth-producing gangsters who've had the run of rural hamlets and towns for years
Real Clear World January 13, 2014
Mexico: Family of eight stabbed to death in Juarez
The Mexican border city of Juarez is reeling from a harrowing massacre, the victims this time a religious family of eight, including three children, whose bound, lifeless bodies were found with multiple stab wounds
Los Angeles Times November 18, 2013
NSA Accessed Mexican President's Email
Fresh Leak on US Spying
Spiegel Online October 20, 2013
Mexico storms death toll rises to 123, crop lands damaged
The death toll from a pair of storms that flooded much of Mexico rose to 123, and large tracts of farmland were declared lost
Reuters September 23, 2013
Mexico storms Ingrid and Manuel leave trail of destruction
Mexican authorities declared a state of emergency in more than 20 towns after Tropical Storm Ingrid hit the area
BBC News September 17, 2013
Hurricane Ingrid, Tropical Depression Manuel hit Mexico, killing 21
Storms leave behind collapsed roads, flooded homes, stranded towns
CNN  September 15, 2013
Obama Administration Considers Plan to Bolster Mexico's Southern Border
Three-layer security line 140 miles from southern border aimed to fight drug, human trafficking
The Washington Free Beacon August 22, 2013
Holder discussed gun-running with Mexico in 2009
Later denied knowing about Operation Fast and Furious
WorldNetDaily August 06, 2013
Mexico's 1st gay mayor elected in rough northern state
The first openly gay mayor ever elected in Mexico is scheduled to take office in the rough, violence-plagued state of Zacatecas
FOX News July 18, 2013
How Mexico got so fat
A UN report says Mexicans are the heaviest of the world's larger nations, even as they battle hunger and malnutrition
Global Post July 08, 2013
Report: Two more killings traced to missing Fast & Furious guns
Another weapon lost in the Obama administration's failed Fast and Furious gun-tracking operation has purportedly been traced to two more killings, including the fatal shooting of a police chief in Mexico
FOX News July 06, 2013
Is Illegal Immigration Good For Mexico?
The debate over immigration reform, illegal aliens and border security presupposes that absorbing a constant flow of illegal immigrants, mainly from Mexico, is a good thing for Mexico and its people
FrontPage Magazine June 19, 2013
11 young people vanish in suspected kidnapping from Mexico City bar close to US Embassy
Eleven young people were brazenly kidnapped in broad daylight from an after-hours bar in Mexico City's Zona Rosa
The Washington Post May 30, 2013
Hurricane Barbara slams into Mexico's Pacific Coast; two dead
Hurricane Barbara slammed into the Pacific Coast of Mexico, leaving two people dead and 14 fishermen missing in the state of Oaxaca, before being downgraded to a tropical storm as it moved north toward the Gulf of Mexico
Los Angeles Times May 29, 2013
Mexican volcano spewing ash and lava threatens town as officials prepare to evacuate thousands
The active 17,886ft volcano near Mexico City has been spewing ash, lava and plumes of steam
LONDON Daily Mail May 14, 2013
Mexican vigilantes seize town on highway from Mexico City to Acapulco
Hundreds of armed vigilantes have taken control of a town on a major highway in the Pacific coast state of Guerrero, arresting local police officers and searching homes after a vigilante leader was killed
The Washington Post March 27, 2013
Mexico urges US court to prevent Arizona's ban on harboring of illegal immigrants
The Mexican government has urged a U.S. court to stop Arizona from enforcing a minor section of the state's immigration law that prohibits the harboring of illegal immigrants
The Washington Post December 27, 2012
Mexico prison 'emptied' after deadly jailbreak attempt
Security forces have removed some 500 inmates from a prison in the city of Gomez Palacio after 24 people died during a foiled jailbreak
BBC News December 20, 2012
Pistol purchased by ATF agent found at alleged cartel crime scene in Mexico
CBS News has learned that two guns found in the area of a recent Mexican drug cartel shootout have been linked to Fast and Furious: One trafficked by a suspect in the case, and the other purchased by a federal agent
CBS News December 19, 2012
Fast and Furious gun found at Mexican crime scene
Another weapon from the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agency's controversial Operation Fast and Furious was recovered at a Mexican crime scene
CBS News December 18, 2012
Extortion call, somber visit bring nightmare home for parents of Marine jailed in Mexico
The father of a U.S. Marine jailed after being caught with his grandfather's antique shotgun heard the fear in his son's voice
FOX News December 13, 2012
Lawmakers assail Mexico, Obama administration over jailed U.S. Marine veteran
Florida’s senior U.S. senator exhorted Mexico to release an imprisoned Marine Corps veteran of campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan who is being held in a Matamoros prison, declaring that "enough is enough"
McClatchy December 11, 2012
'Please spare my little girl': How Mexico's fearless female mayor sacrificed herself to save her daughter's life as she was abducted by drug gang, tortured and executed
Maria Santos Gorrostieta had been stabbed, beaten and burned
LONDON Daily Mail November 26, 2012
Mexican legal challenge to Enrique Peña Nieto's election win dismissed
Claims that president-elect benefited from favourable media coverage on Televisa are thrown out by court
LONDON Guardian September 26, 2012
17 bodies found dumped along road in Mexico
Seventeen bodies were found dumped along a road in western Mexico, according to police, in what appeared to be a drug gang killing
LONDON Telegraph September 16, 2012
Mexico Detains 12 Officers in Attack on U.S. Embassy Vehicle
The federal police officers who shot up an American Embassy vehicle, wounding two American law-enforcement workers, were detained as prosecutors determine whether they abused their authority or committed other crimes
The New York Times August 27, 2012
Gunmen attack U.S. diplomatic vehicle in Mexico
Unknown gunmen attacked the U.S. vehicle on a highway near Cuernavaca
CNN  August 24, 2012
Mexicans protest against Peña Nieto's election win
Tens of thousands of people march in Mexico City amid allegations that PRI vote-buying influenced millions of votes
LONDON Guardian July 08, 2012
Mexican vote recount confirms Pena Nieto win
A recount showed Mexico's Enrique Pena Nieto as the clear winner of the presidential election, but the runner-up still refused to concede, alleging Pena Nieto's party bought millions of votes
Reuters July 06, 2012
New Mexican president could target small gangs
Mexico's next president has boldly promised to halve the number of kidnappings and murders during his six-year term by moving law enforcement away from showy drug busts and focusing on protecting ordinary citizens from gangs
FOX News July 05, 2012
Mexican drug cartels work to sway local vote
A state police officer now follows Garcia 24 hours a day while he courts voters on the steep and narrow streets of Emiliano Zapata
Houston Chronicle June 28, 2012
Mexico's most feared revenge killer finds Jesus
'I have advised all of my people who are not Christians to study that religion'
WorldNetDaily June 28, 2012
Mexico's president praises Obama for having "courage" to limit deportations
Mexico's president is praising President Barack Obama for having the "courage" to limit the deportation of some young illegal immigrants living in the U.S.
The Washington Post June 18, 2012
Heaven and hell take on Mexican cartels
Exclusive: Marisa Martin spotlights artists standing up to violence
WorldNetDaily June 06, 2012
Mexico: 5-year-old boy's eyes gouged out in apparent drug-fueled ritual; Mother arrested
Police in a Mexico City suburb arrested a mother and several relatives for allegedly gouging out the eyes of her 5-year-old son in what authorities said appeared to have been a drug-fueled ritual
CBS News May 25, 2012
Candidate for Mexican congress appears topless on billboards
The candidate says it's her way of giving voters a wake-up call with radical ideas for Mexico
CNN  May 22, 2012
49 decapitated bodies found in Mexico
The bodies were decapitated and dismembered, officials say
CNN  May 14, 2012
Missed exit? Spend 35 years in Mexican jail
Jeff Knox reports wrong turn leads to foreign prison for Texas truck driver
WorldNetDaily May 03, 2012
Data show most firearms recovered at Mexican crime scenes originate in U.S.
Sen. Chuck Grassley says "most of these guns can't be traced to U.S. gun dealers"
CNN  April 26, 2012
14 mutilated bodies found inside car in Mexican border city of Nuevo Laredo
Authorities say police found the mutilated bodies of 14 men in a minivan abandoned in the downtown area of Nuevo Laredo
The Washington Post April 17, 2012
Officials: 3 killed as human sacrifices in Mexico
The victims were allegedly offered as sacrifices to Santa Muerte -- the saint of death
CNN  March 31, 2012
Mexico hit by strong earthquake near Acapulco
A large earthquake has struck near Acapulco on Mexico's Pacific coast
BBC News March 21, 2012
Hundreds of houses damaged after strong earthquake hits Mexico
At least 500 homes are damaged in Guerrero state, the governor says
CNN  March 20, 2012
Mexico party selects first woman presidential candidate
Mexico's governing conservative party has for the first time selected a woman candidate to run in the country's presidential election
BBC News February 06, 2012
Cross-border methamphetamine trade booms amid Mexico's 'war on drugs'
The number of methamphetamine "super labs" seized by Mexican authorities has rocketed but shipments of the drug across the border have also continued to grow
MSNBC  February 03, 2012
American Missionaries, John and Wanda Casias, Killed In Mexico Home
John Casias found his calling when he joined a Texas church group that came to preach the Gospel in El Cercado
The Huffington Post February 02, 2012
2011 drug violence kills nearly 13,000 in Mexico, new figures show
The government released new data on drug-violence related deaths
CNN  January 11, 2012
Loan scandal topples head of Mexico's PRI party
Humberto Moreira steps down as the scandal over borrowing in Coahuila state threatened to derail the PRI's bid to retake power
Los Angeles Times December 03, 2011
Mexican interior secretary dies in helicopter crash
Francisco Blake Mora was killed in Mexico City with seven others while travelling to meeting in state of Morelos
LONDON Guardian November 11, 2011
10-year-old gives birth to baby boy
A 10-year-old Mexican girl has given birth to a baby boy after a 31-week pregnancy
NY Daily News November 10, 2011
Severed heads found near Mexican primary school
Teachers had been threatened for extortions payments
CNN  September 29, 2011
49th officer killed in less than a year in Juarez
A police captain in Ciudad Juarez is fatally shot while driving to work
CNN  September 01, 2011
Mexico Elbows Into U.S. Meth Trade
Cartels Boost Mass Production of the Deadly Synthetic Drug, as U.S. Consumption Rebounds
The Wall Street Journal Aug. 05, 2011
Documents: Feds allegedly allowed Sinaloa cartel to move cocaine into U.S. for information
U.S. federal agents allegedly allowed the Sinaloa drug cartel to traffic several tons of cocaine into the United States in exchange for information about rival cartels
El Paso Times August 04, 2011
14-year-old suspected hit man on trial in Mexico
A children's rights activist in Mexico says as many as 30,000 youths may be in organized crime
CNN  July 20, 2011
Hezbollah Sets Up Shop in Mexico
The terrorist group has linked up with the Mexican drug lords, and is even said to have a large arms stockpile in the country
FrontPage Magazine July 13, 2011
Is this why White House funded 'guns-to-drug-lords' scheme?
Misleading data target gun owners in scandal that could rock Obama
WorldNetDaily July 10, 2011
Did ATF train corrupt Mexican police?
Army disarms crooked cops after 'guns-to-drug-lords' scheme
WorldNetDaily July 10, 2011
More Than 20 Shot Dead in Monterrey, Mexico
At least 20 people were killed - even the hot dog vendor outside - when armed men sprayed gunfire on a bar in Monterrey, Mexico
The New York Times July 09, 2011
Ten decapitated bodies found in Torreon, Mexico
The decapitated bodies of three women and seven men have been found in an abandoned lorry in the northern Mexican city of Torreon
BBC News July 09, 2011
U.S. broke international law by executing Mexican national, says U.N.
Humberto Leal Garcia, a Mexican national, was not granted consular access
CNN  July 08, 2011
Mexican president confronts Clinton over border shooting
A 40-year-old Mexican man was fatally shot by a Border Patrol agent
CNN  June 23, 2011
Hostage held in cage reveals ordeal
Businessman Eduardo Garcia Valseca was kidnapped in Mexico
CNN  June 03, 2011
Thousands of Mexicans March to Protest Drug Gang Violence
Thousands of people marched into the Mexican capital, Mexico City, to demand an end to the bloodshed that has claimed nearly 40,000 lives since President Calderon launched a war against organized crime
VOA News May 08, 2011
US unarmed drones track drug gangs in Mexico
The US has been sending unarmed drones over Mexico since February to gather intelligence on major drug cartels
BBC News March 16, 2011
All children to be registered in national biometric records
Identity-tracking scheme assembled under radar for 'border pass' program
WorldNetDaily February 14, 2011
Mexican drug cartels hold 12-year-old for ransom - in New Mexico
Thugs working for Mexican drug cartels kidnapped the 12-year-old daughter of a ranch foreman in New Mexico, holding the girl for ransom until her family and neighbors came up with $80,000 for her release
The San Francisco Examiner February 10, 2011
Freezing temperatures kill 65 zoo animals in Mexico
A cold front dropped temperatures in northern Mexico to 5 degrees Fahrenheit
CNN  February 07, 2011
Sheriff: Pirates shoot U.S. man in Mexican waters
Tourist is shot in the back of the head after being ambushed
MSNBC  September 30, 2010
Mexico journalists debate cartels, self-censorship
Threats came to reporters at Imagen, a daily newspaper in the once-quiet state of Zacatecas where drug cartels have taken over
The Daily Caller September 23, 2010
Weeks of torrential rains force tens of thousands to flee their homes in southern Mexico
Tens of thousands of people have abandoned their homes across southern Mexico to escape flooding from weeks of torrential rains
FOX News September 07, 2010
Sex Toys on Display at the World Youth Conference
A tour of the booths revealed what passes for "age-appropriate" sexual education in some UN circles
LifeSiteNews September 03, 2010
Towns stranded, thousands homeless in wake of hurricane
River rose because of water released from reservoir
CNN  July 07, 2010
Banks Financing Mexico Gangs Admitted in Wells Fargo Deal
Wachovia, it turns out, had made a habit of helping move money for Mexican drug smugglers
Bloomberg June 29, 2010
Police chief: Cartels threaten U.S. law enforcement in Arizona
Smugglers fled into Mexico and were not detained
CNN  June 22, 2010
The pandemic that never was: Drug firms 'encouraged world health body to exaggerate swine flu threat'
Declaring a swine flu pandemic was a 'monumental error', driven by profit-hungry drug companies spreading fear
LONDON Daily Mail June 04, 2010
Mexico opens California office to provide ID for illegals
The Mexican government is opening a satellite consular office on Catalina Island to provide the island's illegal Mexican immigrants with identification cards
The San Francisco Examiner June 03, 2010
Agents feared Mexican drug cartel attack on border dam
An alleged plot by a Mexican drug cartel to blow up a dam along the Texas border sent American police, federal agents and disaster officials secretly scrambling to thwart such an attack
Houston Chronicle June 02, 2010
Mexico's illegals laws tougher than Arizona's
Under the Mexican law, illegal immigration is a felony, punishable by up to two years in prison
The Washington Times May 03, 2010
10-year-old's pregnancy fuels Mexican abortion debate
Girl, 10, has been pregnant too long to have a legal abortion in her state, Quintana Roo
CNN  April 19, 2010
Feds say Border Patrol vehicles being 'cloned' by Mexican smugglers
Federal agents along the Texas border were warned by the Department of Homeland Security that Mexican drug cartels are using "cloned" Border Patrol vehicles to smuggle drugs into the United States
Washington Examiner April 12, 2010
Baja governor seeks emergency declaration after quake
Two people killed in Baja California; 233 injuries reported
CNN  April 06, 2010
Two killed, 100 injured in Mexican earthquake
7.2 magnitude earthquake centered in Baja California, Mexico, felt in U.S.
CNN  April 05, 2010
Clinton: U.S. drug use fuels Mexico cartels
Pledges to work with southern neighbor to combat border violence
MSNBC  March 23, 2010
US consulate workers killed in Mexico drug wars
The drug wars in Mexico took an ominous turn when a pregnant US consulate employee and her husband were killed as they left a children's birthday party in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico's most violent city
LONDON Times March 15, 2010
5 couples in Mexico City inaugurate same-sex marriage law
Five gay and lesbian couples were married in Mexico City, the first such ceremonies since a law went into effect legalizing same-sex marriage in the Mexican capital
CNN  March 12, 2010
Gay marriage law comes into effect in Mexico City
A law allowing gay and lesbian couples to marry comes into effect in Mexico City
BBC News March 04, 2010
Children with same-sex parents prone to suicide, study reveals
A study, "Homosexual Adoption: What Science Has Discovered," revealed that most children adopted by same-sex couples display "greater levels of stress," and suffer from "suicidal tendencies and attempts"
Catholic News Agency February 19, 2010
American murder toll in Mexico continues to climb
Preliminary statistics and other sources show 2009 was by far the deadliest year for U.S. citizens in Mexico since the Department of State first began releasing international American homicide statistics in 2002
Houston Chronicle January 11, 2010
The Fall of Mexico
Since President Felipe Calderon launched a war on drug cartels, border towns in Mexico have turned into halls of mirrors where no one knows who is on which side or what chance remark could get you murdered
The Atlantic December 01, 2009
Bush aide urges weapons ban to slow Mexican drug war
The former head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection called for the U.S. to reinstitute the ban on assault weapons and take other measures to rein in the war between Mexico and its drug cartels
The Washington Times November 17, 2009
Secure-border advocate praises tunnel discovery
Mexico's Calderon has 'declared war on a very lethal crowd of very lethal people'
WorldNetDaily November 10, 2009
Deadly citrus disease reaches Mexico, threatens California
Citrus greening disease, 'a citrus grower's worst nightmare,' is spread by an infestation of the Asian citrus psyllid
Los Angeles Times August 18, 2009
Federal agents hunt for guns, one house at a time
Mexican officials asked federal agents to trace the origins of more than 7,500 firearms recovered at crime scenes in Mexico
Houston Chronicle June 30, 2009
Mexico shuts down to control flu
Mexico has begun a five-day shutdown of parts of its economy in a bid to slow the spread of swine flu
BBC News May 01, 2009
Strong earthquake felt in Mexico City
Temblor rattles nerves in a country already shaken by swine flu outbreak
MSNBC  April 27, 2009
Mexico City locks itself in amid swine flu fears
Mass, concerts, sports matches were canceled in country's capitol
MSNBC  April 26, 2009
Mexico swine flu outbreak triggers global pandemic fears
Up to 70 dead as swine flu outbreak sweeps Mexico, crosses US border and prompts worldwide pandemic panic
LONDON Guardian April 25, 2009
Mexican cartels funneling shipments to Italian mafia through Texas
Europe-bound cocaine shipments move through Dallas
LONDON Guardian April 22, 2009
Obama, Calderon: Assault-gun ban could curb border violence
Calderon says end of U.S. assault-weapons ban tied to rise in drug violence
CNN April 17, 2009
Obama: Mexico drug war 'sowing chaos'
U.S. president signals he won't seek reinstatement of assault weapons ban
MSNBC  April 16, 2009
EXCLUSIVE: Hezbollah uses Mexican drug routes into U.S.
Hezbollah is using the same southern narcotics routes that Mexican drug kingpins do to smuggle drugs and people into the United States, reaping money to finance its operations and threatening U.S. national security
The Washington Times March 27, 2009
Growing Drug Violence Shakes Mexico, Threatens to Spill Into US
The Obama administration has to decide how to fight the flow of drugs into the U.S. and the flow of guns into Mexico
VOA News March 13, 2009
Obama seeks 'assault weapons' ban
AG: 'I think that will have a positive impact in Mexico, at a minimum'
WorldNetDaily February 26, 2009
Mexico is in free fall
With cartels taking over cities and killing all anti-drug officials, the country is crying out for help
LONDON Guardian February 25, 2009
U.S. military report warns 'sudden collapse' of Mexico is possible
Mexico is one of two countries that "bear consideration for a rapid and sudden collapse," according to a report by the U.S. Joint Forces Command on worldwide security threats
Global Research January 17, 2009
U.S. gives Mexico $197 million to battle cartels
First part of long-awaited aid package is released as violence spirals
MSNBC  December 04, 2008
Mexico 'drug violence' kills 11
A teenage girl was among 11 people shot dead in suspected drug-related violence in the northern city of Tijuana
BBC News November 17, 2008
Mexico seizes huge weapons cache
The Mexican army announced that it had made the largest seizure of drug-cartel weapons in Mexico's history
The Seattle Times November 08, 2008
U.S. border agents detain Mexican troops
Troops say they became disoriented while on patrol
CNN  November 01, 2008
Mexico eyes storms off both coasts
Tropical Storm Marco's maximum sustained winds clocked near 65 mph, with higher gusts
CNN  October 07, 2008
Protest Fatigue in Mexico City, A Daily Mess of Demonstrations
On any given day, there are six or seven or eight demonstrations taking place in the Mexican capital
The Washington Post July 15, 2008
Mexico drug-related killings soar
The number of murders in Mexico linked to organised crime has jumped by almost 50%
BBC News May 24, 2008
Border alarm: More murderous mayhem in Mexico
Organized crime executions reach 3,008 in 15 months
WorldNetDaily March 16, 2008
Mexico Hits Drug Gangs With Full Fury of War
Gun battles between federal forces and drug-cartel members carrying rocket-propelled-grenade launchers have taken place in border towns like Rio Bravo and Tijuana
The New York Times January 22, 2008
Someone's killing country music stars
13 brutal murders in last 18 months bear signs of underworld executions
WorldNetDaily December 23, 2007
Vicente Fox Calls For North American Union
Calls for immigration reform in U.S. then admits plan for single NAFTA currency
Infowars October 10, 2007
Mexican official urges North American Union
Tells Denver trade conference EU is 'model we need to follow quickly'
WorldNetDaily September 21, 2007
Iraqi terrorists caught along Mexico border
American intelligence chief confirms 'people are alive' as a result of capture
WorldNetDaily August 23, 2007
Prosecution 'deals' with Mexico investigated
Judge to hear Judicial Watch request in border agent cases
WorldNetDaily July 21, 2007
U.S. taxpayers to pay for Mexican repairs
Federal documents reveal 'physical infrastructure' fix-up plan
WorldNetDaily June 06, 2007
Teamsters sue to halt Mexican truckers
'This reckless program must be stopped and the public protected'
WorldNetDaily April 25, 2007
Smuggler's 2nd delivery of marijuana confirmed
Border agents' trial transcript shows judge ordered information withheld
WorldNetDaily February 16, 2007
Mexico demanded U.S. prosecute sheriff, agents
Documents show role of consulate in cases of Gilmer Hernandez and Ramos Compean
WorldNetDaily February 13, 2007
U.S., Mexico, Canada 'harmonizing' policies
North American deep cooperation on many fronts already under way, reveals new official publication
WorldNetDaily January 15, 2007
Mexico's president takes office amid fistfights
Felipe Calderon sworn-in after disputed election, lawmakers' brawl
MSNBC  December 01, 2006
Mexico ambassador: We need N. American Union in 8 years
U.S. 'investment,' EU-style merger key to better relations, says diplomat
WorldNetDaily November 05, 2006
Mexico mega-port plan key to 'NAFTA superhighways'
Facility to be linked by rail, road to U.S., serve as hub for more Chinese goods
WorldNetDaily October 07, 2006
Ties Between Elites and Child Sex Rings "Beyond Imagination"
The complicity in Mexico between child sex rings and the political and business elites "goes beyond what we can even imagine," says activist Lydia Cacho, who faces death threats and was even thrown briefly into prison for revealing those ties
Inter Press Service News Agency September 13, 2006
Mexico court rejects fraud claim
Mexico's top electoral court has rejected claims July's presidential election was riddled with fraud
BBC News August 29, 2006
Leftist's supporters paralyze Mexico City center
Backers of Lopez Obrador block capital's financial hub, snarling traffic
MSNBC  August 01, 2006
Cross-border firefight shocks U.S. lawmen
Hundreds of rounds shot from Mexico at local, federal officers in South Texas
WorldNetDaily July 13, 2006
U.S. firefighters in Mexico as American West burns
Despite raging blazes throughout Southwest, California sends state teams south of border
WorldNetDaily June 25, 2006
Mexican drug cartels take over U.S. cities
Tancredo says gangs buy businesses, politicians, power, police departments
WorldNetDaily June 18, 2006
Mexican police kill man in illegals raid
Officer apparently mistook victim for Central American
WorldNetDaily April 19, 2006
Mexico's Weapon
Prominent on display at demonstrations around the country supporting illegal immigration has been the flag of Mexico
Front Page Magazine March 31, 2006
Illegal Iraqis nabbed trying to enter U.S.
Mexico arrests 4 aliens on bus in city south of Arizona border
WorldNetDaily January 30, 2006
U.S. behind border skirmish, suggests top Mexican official
Foreign minister says American soldiers or criminals may actually be responsible
WorldNetDaily January 27, 2006
Mexican army incursion 'under investigation'
McClellan says Fox government has been asked about armed standoff
WorldNetDaily January 25, 2006
Mexican troops defiant: 'Border? What border?'
Military 'crosses into America 216 times during past 9 years'
WorldNetDaily January 15, 2006
Shots fired at Border Patrol
Attack is latest in series of incidents originating from Mexico
WorldNetDaily January 06, 2006
Chip Implanted in Mexico Judicial Workers
Security has reached the subcutaneous level for Mexico's attorney general and at least 160 people in his office - they have been implanted with microchips that get them access to secure areas of their headquarters
Prison Planet 7/14/2004
Mexico allows 'dirty war' trials
The Mexican Supreme Court has ruled that cases of disappearance during past campaigns to suppress dissent can be tried even if they are decades old
BBC News 6/30/2004
Mexican Border Town Cleans Up After Floods
Skies once filled with threatening clouds cleared and the cleanup of the destruction caused by flooding that killed 34 people got underway in this town on the U.S. border
FOX News 4/07/2004