• Mexico win a thriller

    Skipper Rafael Marquez scored an 89th minute winner as Mexico stunned the United States 2-1 in a thrilling World Cup qualifying duel between the arch-rivals here Friday.

  • Rosberg blocks out title talk in Mexico

    Nico Rosberg plans to block out all thoughts of a possible maiden title triumph and focus on sticking to his singular and simple approach when he bids to claim his 10th win of the year in this weekend’s Mexican Grand Prix.

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    [WATCH] Messi equals record as Argentina, Chile advance

    Argentina and Chile advance to the semi-finals of the Copa America with Chile beating Mexico 7-0 and Lionel Messi getting a goal in Argentina's 4-1 win over Venezuela to equal his country's all-time scoring record.

  • Corona propels Mexico into last 8

    Jesus Manuel "Tecatito" Corona scores a superb individual goal as Mexico snatch a 1-1 draw with Venezuela to qualify for the Copa America Centenario quarter-finals

  • ‘Rapist seeking revenge suspected in Mexico deaths’

    The prime suspect in the slaying of 11 family members is an alleged rapist seeking revenge against a victim whose complaint had him jailed, a Mexican law enforcement official said Saturday.

  • Venezuela KO Uruguay

    Uruguay are sent crashing out of the Copa America Centenario on Thursday as Venezuela and Mexico march into the quarterfinals.

  • Mexico surge to quarterfinals

    Mexico book its spot in the quarterfinals of the Copa America Centenario after overcoming Jamaica 2-0 in Pasadena, California, on Thursday.

  • Whose anthem is it!

    Copa America Centenario organisers are left red-faced on Sunday after an embarrassing blunder which sees Chile's national anthem played instead of Uruguay's ahead of their Group C clash with Mexico in Arizona.

  • Mexico down Uruguay after anthem blunder

    Mexico defeat Uruguay 3-1 in a stormy Copa America Centenario that see both teams finish with 10 men after a pre-match furore over a bungled national anthem.

  • Mexico footballer fought kidnapper

    International footballer Alan Pulido, who is rescued after being abducted in Mexico, fought one of his kidnappers and used his phone to call police, officials reveal.

  • Alan Pulido: Seized Mexico footballer freed

    International football player Alan Pulido has been rescued in north-east Mexico hours after his kidnapping, officials say.

  • 3 killed in Mexico oil plant blast

    A large explosion at an oil facility in the south-east Mexican state of Veracruz has killed at least three people and injured 136 more.

  • Mysterious 13ft sea creature washes up on Mexican beach

    The large carcass of a mysterious sea creature that washes up on a tourist beach perplex local officials and residents in Mexico. The monstrous 13-foot-long beast is discovered on Bonfil Beach, in the city of Acapulco, in the south-west Mexican state of Guerrero,

  • Pope gets angry after almost being knocked down

    We often tend to forget the Pope is also a human with emotions besides being calm and happy. Last week the world saw another side him during a visit to Mexico when a follower pulled him. The pull forced him to fall onto a man in a wheelchair.

  • Mexico prison riot leaves 52 dead

    A riot and a fire at a prison near Monterrey in northern Mexico has left 52 people dead, state officials say. Another 12 are injured in the riot at Topo Chico jail that broke out just after midnight.

  • Pacific nations sign TPP trade deal

    The Trans Pacific Partnership, one of the biggest multinational trade deals ever, is signed by ministers from its 12 member nations in New Zealand.

  • US actor Sean Penn interviews Chapo Guzman while on the lam

    Recently captured drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is unapologetic for running one of the world's biggest drug trafficking organizations in a Rolling Stone interview with American actor Sean Penn.

  • 'El Chapo' returned to Mexico prison

    Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman is recaptured and sent back to the maximum-security prison he escaped from six months ago.

  • Mexican Mayor killed hours into job

    A newly-elected Mexican mayor has been shot dead on her second day in office.

  • Smoking weed now a human right in Mexico!

    Is smoking weed a human right? A Mexican court has ruled that smoking pot is a fundamental human right.

  • Hurricane Patricia: Major Mexican cities spared

    Hurricane Patricia causes less damage than feared on Mexico's Pacific coast on Saturday, but hammered an isolated part of the shoreline dotted with luxury villas and fishing villages, where the storm and its 165 mph (266 kph) winds landed.

  • Flood threat from Hurricane Patricia

    Mexico's president warns that Hurricane Patricia still poses a threat of floods and landslides as it brings heavy rain to parts of the country.

  • Hurricane Patricia: Mexico awaits 'strongest ever' storm

    The strongest hurricane ever recorded in the Americas bears down on Mexico's Pacific coast, threatening a "potentially catastrophic" landfall.

  • Mexican tourists killed by Egyptian security forces

    Security forces in Egypt have mistakenly killed 12 people, including Mexican tourists, during an anti-terror operation, the interior ministry says.

  • Rooney once in a generation player: Messi

    One of the game's greatest players, Lionel Messi, has praised Wayne Rooney, calling him a "special" player that's not comparable to any others.

  • Messi rescues a draw for Argentina

    Argentina come from behind thanks to goals from Sergio Aguero and Lionel Messi as they draw with Mexico.

  • Messi’s Argentina faces Bolivia in friendly

    Argentina play their first fixture since losing to Chile in the Copa America final when they go up against Bolivia.

  • I never said I'd quit Argentina: Messi

    Lionel Messi has hit out at reports he was set to take a break from international football after failing to lift the Copa America.

  • Mexico hopes to open Bangladesh mission soon

    Mexico expresses hopes to open Mexican Mission in Bangladesh at the earliest.

  • Wall for nothing: The growing taste for border fences

    Globalisation is supposed to tear down barriers, but security fears and a widespread refusal to help migrants and refugees have fuelled a new spate of wall-building across the world, even if experts doubt their long-term effectiveness.

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