Gay Marriages In Mexico City Now At 700


News Americas, MEXICO CITY, Mexico, Thurs. Mar. 10, 2011: Seventy-three foreigners have added to the 700 gay marriages performed in Mexico City since the capital made same sex marriage legal last year.

City government officials say there have been 367 marriages between men and 333 between women since March 4, 2010. Nine of those who got married were between the ages of 71 and 90 years old.

Mexico city is the only city in Latin America to allow same-sex marriage.

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Mexicans Charged With Murders Of U.S. Nationals

News Americas, WASHINGTON, D.C., Thurs. Mar. 10, 2011: Ten Mexican nationals were on Wednesday charged with the March 13, 2010, murders in Juarez, Mexico, of a U.S. Consulate employee and two others. The U.S. Justice Department aeven of the 10 defendants charged with the March 13th murders of Leslie Ann […]