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Mexico defeats Panama in friendly at Queretero

Bleacher Report - Erick "Cubo" Torres scored in the 89th minute as Mexico defeated Panama 1-0 on Sunday in an international friendly at the Estadio Corregidora in Queretaro, Mexico.

Why would a cartel target student protesters

The Atlantic - Why would a drug cartel want to go after dozens of young leftist students in a feud with the local government? Theories vary greatly.

Chicarito finds net as El Tri remains unbeaten - Coming off a draw with Chile and win over Bolivia, Javier 'Chicharito' Hernandez and Oswaldo Alanis scored as El Tri coasted to a 2-0 victory over Honduras in a friendly Thursday night.

"La Dictadura Perfecta" film opens Oct. 16

Financial Times - Luis Estrada’s satirical film La Dictadura Perfecta (The Perfect Dictatorship), hits Mexican cinemas on October 16 as a fictionalized version of Guerrero violence.

Project begun for state-owned mobile network

Reuters - Mexico's government has kick-started a project to launch a state-owned mobile network by 2018, part of a wider effort to support competitors to America Movil.

Mexico captures alleged Juarez cartel leader

McClatchy - Authorities captured one of Mexico’s most wanted men, the leader of the resurgent Juarez Cartel, Vicente Carrillo Fuentes, bagging the second major alleged kingpin this month.

Demonstrators attack Cuauhtemoc Cardenas at march

TelesurTV - Cuauhtemoc Cardenas, the “moral leader” of the PRD, was assaulted by a group of participants at a rally held in Mexico City to demand justice for the missing students.

Alemans take control of ailing Oceanografia

Bloomberg -Mexico’s Aleman family, owner of the airline Interjet, reached agreement to make a capital injection into bankrupt oil-services provider Oceanografia to obtain a controlling stake.

Annual inflation hits seven-month high

Reuters - Mexico's annual inflation rate rose in September further above the central bank's 4 percent ceiling to a seven-month high, but the rise is expected to be brief.

Massacre wasn't first report of Iguala violence

McClatchy - Long before the city of Iguala became known for one of Mexico’s most horrific mass murders, its mayor had a cloud over his head.

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