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Seven injured in explosion at Pemex pipeline in Mexico

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - At least seven people were injured by an explosion after an attempt to illegally tap a pipeline belonging to the Mexican state oil monopoly Pemex near Mexico City, officials said on Sunday. Full story

Mexican reforms hostage to opposition in local elections

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A year after winning the Mexican presidency, Enrique Pena Nieto needs a solid performance by the opposition in state elections on Sunday to keep alive a fragile alliance he built to steer reforms through Congress. Full story

Barry weakens to depression, moving inland into Mexico

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The Mexican state of Veracruz was hit by heavy rains on Thursday after Tropical Storm Barry moved away from Mexico's major oil installations and weakened to a Tropical Depression. Full story

Mexican oil producer Pemex evacuates headquarters after bomb threat

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's state oil producer, Pemex, said on Tuesday it had evacuated its Mexico City headquarters, the site of a deadly explosion in January, after a bomb threat. Full story

Insight: Clouds gather over Mexico's proclamation of new oil dawn

CIUDAD DEL CARMEN, Mexico (Reuters) - The vast Ku Maloob Zaap oil field is the jewel in the crown of Mexico's oil industry, pumping one in every three barrels of crude the country produces, at some of the lowest costs in the world. Full story

Mexico's Pemex evacuates hospital unit after short circuit

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's state-owned Pemex oil monopoly evacuated a unit of its Cadereyta hospital in the eastern state of Nuevo Leon after a short circuit in ceiling wiring produced smoke, the company said on Saturday night, adding there were no injuries. Full story

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A demonstrator wears a helmet with a sticker that reads "Pemex is not for sale" during a protest against the privatization of the state oil monopoly Pemex in Mexico City in this July 1, 2013 file photo. How far Mexico goes to overhaul its oil industry this year hinges largely on a single sentence in

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Rescue workers stand near two burnt police patrol vehicles at the scene of an explosion on a Pemex oil pipeline in Tonanitla
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A member of the Red Cross looks at an explosion on a Pemex oil pipeline in Tonanitla
A member of the Red Cross looks at an explosion on a Pemex oil pipeline in Tonanitla

A member of the Red Cross looks at an explosion on a Pemex oil pipeline in Tonanitla, near Mexico City July 21, 2013. At least seven people were injured by an explosion after an attempt to illegally tap a pipeline belonging to the Mexican state oil monopoly Pemex near Mexico City, officials said on

Members of the Red Cross look an explosion of a Pemex oil pipeline in Tonanitla
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Members of the Red Cross look at an explosion of a Pemex oil pipeline in Tonanitla, near Mexico City July 21, 2013. At least seven people were injured by an explosion after an attempt to illegally tap a pipeline belonging to the Mexican state oil monopoly Pemex near Mexico City, officials said on Su