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Mexico to Crack Down on Drug Violence
VENTA DE BRAVO, Mexico (AP) -- Mexico's new president launched his first major offensive against drug gangs, sending more than 6,500 federal forces to his violence-plagued home state to crack down on turf wars that have left hundreds dead in a wave of execution-style killings and beheadings....



Mexico Leftist Leader Joins Oaxaca Protest
OAXACA, Mexico (AP) -- A leader of Mexico's largest leftist party led thousands of protesters in a march to the center of this historic city on Sunday, demanding the resignation of the state governor and the withdrawal of thousands of federal police....



17 Inmates Still Free After Cancun Riot
CANCUN, Mexico (AP) -- More than 100 prisoners escaped Friday from a state penitentiary a few miles from Cancun's resort zone after hundreds of inmates overpowered guards with knives and bats....



No. 23 Lobos Smother Sam Houston State
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) -- Julie Briody scored 15 points and helped No. 23 New Mexico score 14 straight points in the first half en route to a 77-41 victory over Sam Houston State in the first round of the Southwest Airlines Shootout on Friday night....



Ex-Mexican President Too Ill for Tests
MEXICO CITY (AP) -- A former Mexican president accused of genocide was unable Friday to undergo a court-mandated psychological evaluation because of his poor health, his lawyer said....