McClatchy - Mexican prison authorities on Tuesday released a teenage U.S. citizen who admitted to decapitating four people on behalf of a drug cartel and escorted him to the Mexico City airport, where he boarded a flight for San Antonio, Texas.
BBC - This month marks the 75th anniversary of celebrated Mexican artist Frida Kahlo's first solo exhibition in New York. But back in her homeland, recognition of Kahlo's talents and her adoption as a national icon were slow to come - even today.
Global News - A group of British Columbians had the best intentions in mind when they attempted to adopt some puppies from Mexico, but now the six young ‘refugees’ are on death row in Calgary.
AP - The family of Nestora Salgado, a Washington state woman who leads a vigilante police force in Mexico, is pushing for her to be released after three months in custody on kidnap allegations.
Reuters - Mexican lawmakers on Tuesday approved the outline of a bill to boost lending in Latin America's second largest economy, by making it easier for banks to collect on guarantees for bad loans and beefing up regulatory power over financial firms.
Financial Times - Recently released balance of payments figures by Mexico’s central bank leave no doubt on how the Fed’s monetary policy hurts or benefits emerging economies. The Mexican economy saw an outflow of funds worth $4.9 billion in the second quarter.
Reuters - Mexican broadcaster TV Azteca bought the Atlas soccer club for about $50 million, the club's president, Eugenio Ruiz, said. The deal will ease the financial woes at the Guadalajara-based club, which was behind on payments to its players and managers.
BusinessGreen - Efforts in China and Mexico to boost investment in low carbon goods and services took a major step forward with the unveiling of three new carbon trading schemes. China extended its pilot schemes to Beijing and Shanghai.
Reuters - Mexico's unemployment rate fell in October, the national statistics agency said on Monday, in sign that a nascent economic recovery was holding up at the start of the fourth quarter.
AFP - Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon warned countries considering legalization of marijuana that the real threat comes from criminal groups taking over national institutions. He said he was not opposed to legalization of drugs.