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Hernandez or Torres: Who is best choice for soccer team

Bleacher Report - Mexico is set to face Chile and Bolivia next month and Miguel Herrera has already picked six footballers who play abroad, including Erick Torres over Javier Hernandez. Is this the right call?

Border Patrol sued in shooting of man in Mexico

LAT - The family of a Mexican man shot and killed by U.S. Border Patrol agents two years ago has filed a lawsuit alleging that the agency sanctioned use of deadly force in response to rock throwing.

Lonely Planet's top five things to do in Mexico - Jungles, deserts; teeming cities, one-street pueblos; fiesta fireworks, Frida's angst: Mexico conjures up so many vivid images. Here are Lonely Planet’s Top Five in Mexico.

Signs of growth spur interest rate hike bets

Bloomberg - Growth in Mexico is finally starting to pick up. That’s prompted traders to predict the first interest-rate increase since 2008

Factory exports rise at fastest pace in five months

Reuters - Mexican factory exports rebounded in July, rising at their fastest pace in five months. Factory exports picked up 3.81 percent in July from June after a big drop the previous month.

Sugar producers willing to limit exports to U.S.

Reuters - Mexico's sugar chamber said it would agree to a deal that limits Mexican sugar exports to the United States with an export minimum of at least 1 million tons per cycle.

Calif. protesters ask Pena Nieto to release jailed Marine

CBS13 – Protesters waving signs and American and Marine Corps flags gathered near the California capitol to demand of Mexico’s president the release of a jailed Marine in Mexico.

First Cash acquires 47 pawn stores in Mexico

Globe Newswire - First Cash Financial Services, Inc. has completed the acquisition of 47 pawn stores located in 12 states in Mexico, five pawn stores in Colorado and four pawn stores in Texas.

Gov. Jerry Brown, Pena Nieto talk trade in Los Angeles

LAT - Gov. Jerry Brown and Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto shared the stage in Los Angeles to speak about opportunities for the Golden State and its southern neighbor to work together.

Hurricane Marie affects 10,000 families in Mexico

BBC - An estimated 10,000 families in Mexico have been affected by Hurricane Marie. A state of emergency has been declared in 10 of the worst-hit municipalities in southwestern Oaxaca.

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