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Mexico widens search for 43 missing students

AP - Police expanded their search for 43 missing students Wednesday after investigators determined that 28 human remains in a mass grave were not those of any of the youths.

Camel kills owner of Tulum animal sanctuary

Daily Mail -The American owner of a Mexico wildlife center has been killed by a camel after it escaped from its pen and attacked him. Richard Mileski, 60, was originally from Chicago.

Bank of Mexico confident about meeting inflation target

WSJ - A one-time increase in gasoline prices next January could delay the expected slowdown in inflation, but the central bank says a new policy on energy prices will help in the long run.

Sinaloa political magazine editor is missing

Telesur - The editor of the Nueva Prensa political magazine in Ahome, a municipality in Sinaloa, disappeared last Friday along with another person, his family told EFE and state prosecutors.

Alleged cartel leader linked to missing students killed

WSJ - The alleged leader of a Mexican criminal band that prosecutors accuse of colluding with police in the disappearance of 43 college students was killed on Tuesday during a shootout.

Protesters burn government building in Guerrero

AP - Hundreds of students and teachers smashed windows and set fires inside a state capital building in Guerrero on Monday, as fury erupted over the disappearance of 43 young people.

After kidnappings, U.S. toughens Mexico travel warnings

Forbes - Mass kidnappings and the discovery of mass graves in Guerrero forced the U.S. Department of State to update its Mexico Travel Warning.

Citigroup discloses $15 million fraud at Mexico unit

Bloomberg - Citigroup Inc. said an independent investigation found a $15 million fraud at a Mexican unit that provided personal security services, adding that it has disbanded the division.

Greenbrier investigates alleged misconduct in Mexico

Reuters - U.S. railcar maker Greenbrier Companies is investigating alleged misconduct involving a senior employee at its factory in Sahagun, Mexico.

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