• Mother son late picking due soup theft

    Mother son late picking due soup theft

    albuquerque December 9, 2015 18:42 Hot Recent News

    A woman in Albuquerque, in the US state of New Mexico, discovered Wednesday upon returning home that her fence and garage were broken. In her house she saw immediately what was stolen : the posole. This traditional Mexican soup was gone from the stove. She immediately knew who the perpetrator was and did prompt declaration. In no time the police arrested her son, the 23-year-old Jonathan Ray, who immediately known.

  • Ford calls nearly half a million cars back

    Ford calls nearly half a million cars back

    December 5, 2015 21:49 Hot Recent News

    Car manufacturer Ford calls 451 865 cars back to the garage, the majority in the United States, due to a security problem with the fuel tanks. According to the company, there may be a crack in the tank, so that fuel may leak, which can lead to fire.

  • Van Australian surfers burnt found

    Van Australian surfers burnt found

    December 1, 2015 08:45 Hot Recent News

    In Mexico, a van which two Australian surfers throughout the land, burned recovered. In the vehicle were the charred remains of two people. Most likely the Australian men who had been missing since November 20th. It is still unclear what exactly happened.

  • Australians possibly killed in Mexico

    Australians possibly killed in Mexico

    November 30, 2015 09:00 Hot Recent News

    Authorities in Mexico last week may have discovered the charred bodies of two Australian tourists. From DNA tests should show whether they are the remains of the holiday, said an official from the office of the local prosecutor.

  • Mexico builds replica Sistine Chapel
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    Mexico builds replica Sistine Chapel

    November 7, 2015 21:30 Hot Recent News

    On the occasion of the visit of the Pope to Mexico next year will be built in the capital, a replica of the Sistine Chapel. The spitting image of the famous church in Rome will be placed at the main Zocalo plaza in Mexico City, said Mayor Miguel Angel Mancera.

  • Mexico opens door to legal marijuana

    Mexico opens door to legal marijuana

    November 5, 2015 01:30 Hot Recent News

    Mexico's Supreme Court on Wednesday put the door ajar to legal production and consumption of marijuana. The court ruled that four complainants at home in the private sphere may grow and use marijuana. The court turned against regulator COFEPRIS (Federal Commission for Protection against Health Risks) representing the four would not give permission for the home cultivation of marijuana.

  • Trump surprised with silence in debate

    Trump surprised with silence in debate

    denver October 29, 2015 12:45 Hot Recent News

    A unique image in the third great debate of the Republican candidates for the US presidency : Donald Trump held 28 consecutive minutes of his mouth. The ten participants, nine men and one woman, were not only attacked each other Wednesday night before the cameras of CNBC. They were occasionally very united in their criticism of the media.

  • Patricia is not a hurricane more

    Patricia is not a hurricane more

    October 24, 2015 17:11 Hot Recent News

    The storm Patricia is not a hurricane anymore. The US Weather Bureau NHC reported Saturday that the hurricane which attracts over Mexico was downgraded to a tropical storm. Patricia gusts up to 80 mph.

  • Patricia hurricane further weakened

    Patricia hurricane further weakened

    October 24, 2015 14:19 Hot Recent News

    Hurricane Patricia since Saturday morning, about Mexico draws in ten hours lost most of its power. The storm has weakened at the time of the heaviest fifth category to category one, reported local weather services.

  • Patricia hurricane approaching record power

    Patricia hurricane approaching record power

    October 23, 2015 15:53 Hot Recent News

    Hurricane Patricia is the worst hurricane ever. The heavy storm that is heading for the west coast of Mexico, now already reached speeds of 325 kilometers per hour with estimated winds of 400 kilometers per hour. Worldwide, there were only two hurricanes with wind, said Weather Plaza in Hilversum.

  • Mexico prepares for Patricia

    Mexico prepares for Patricia

    October 23, 2015 00:06 Hot Recent News

    The west coast of Mexico is preparing for the arrival of Patricia, a category four hurricane. Thursday afternoon the storm was about 385 kilometers from the southwestern port city of Lázaro Cárdenas. A hurricane category four has a constant wind speed of 201 to 249 kilometers per hour. Category five is the most severe type.

  • Aggressive motorist shoots infant death

    Aggressive motorist shoots infant death

    albuquerque October 22, 2015 00:13 Hot Recent News

    An American toddler has a case of road rage on a highway in the state of New Mexico must kill workers. A motorist shot at overtaking on the car where the four- year-old girl worthwhile endeavor with her ​​parents. The child, who was sitting in the back seat, was hit in the head and died shortly afterwards.

  • New research missing students Mexico

    New research missing students Mexico

    October 21, 2015 10:14 Hot Recent News

    The Mexican authorities are again investigating the disappearance of 43 students in the state of Guerrero last year. According to the BBC , the Mexican government agreed to reopen the case after an international commission completed an investigation had called flawed.

  • Mexico : we are 'El Chapo ' heels

    Mexico : we are 'El Chapo ' heels

    October 17, 2015 10:50 Hot Recent News

    Mexican drug lord Joaquín " El Chapo " Guzmán was injured in the face and a leg when he was hit on the run for Mexican security forces. These are the last days very close to come of Guzmán, Mexico suggested Friday .

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