Sofia Vergara Poses In Thong Bikini With Fianc In Mexico

Spending by foreign and domestic tourists rose 1.1 percent in the April-June period, compared to the same period last year, the Panama statistics agency said in a statement. Consumption by domestic tourists rose 2.2 percent, while spending by foreign tourists fell 7.9 percent during the period, the INEGI said. Services offered to domestic and foreign tourists, the biggest component of the tourism industry within the gross domestic product, rose 0.50 percent in the second quarter, while the provision of goods grew 2 percent. Mexico welcomed 23 million foreign tourists in 2012 and registered 178 million domestic tourists, generating more than $11 billion in revenues. Tourism accounts for 9 percent of Mexico's GDP and ranks as the No. 3 source of foreign exchange, trailing only the oil industry and remittances. The Mexican tourism industry directly employs about 2.5 million people. More: visit this site

Mexico's tourism activity rises nearly 1 pct

CAPTION By Associated Press, ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. Cullen Neal led four players in double figures with 18 points as New Mexico defeated Grand Canyon 80-68 on Monday. Neal was 5 of 10 from the floor, including 3 of 5 from beyond the arc, and added seven assists. Monday's Photos of the day Alex Kirk added his eighth double-double of the season with 14 points and 11 rebounds and Kendall Williams added 15 points and eight assists for New Mexico (9-3). The Antelopes (5-6) got 18 points from Daniel Alexander, who went 4-of-7 on 3-pointers. More:

New Mexico dumps Grand Canyon 80-68

"Nothing David like Mexico!!" the Colombian actress, 41, writes on her WhoSay page , next to a photo of herself and fiance Nick Loeb, both grinning on a boat during their Christmas getaway. Nothing like that swimsuit, either! Vergara and Loeb are quite fond of Mexico: It's where they got engaged in the summer of 2012 while celebrating the four-time Emmy nominee's 40th birthday. And this year it was where she wished fans a "Feliz Navidad!" More:,,20769554,00.html

Woman Found Hacked in Suitcase in Mexico City

The company would be willing to analyze offers for either, Ruiz de Velasco said. For now, Nextel Mexico is working to upgrade its technology. Earlier this year, it transitioned to phones with software that works over mobile Internet connections, moving away from an aging network technology called IDEN. Sprint Shutdown That system, which Sprint Corp. also phased out this year in the U.S., was once cherished for allowing quick bursts of conversation. In recent years, it became outdated and didnt mesh with modern networks. More:

Nextel Mexicos Decline Forces Tough Decisions

EDUARDO CASTILLO Associated Press Police in Mexico City say they have found the mutilated corpse of woman stuffed inside a suitcase abandoned at a subway station. Authorities say the suitcase bore a hand-lettered sign referring to the Familia Michoacana drug cartel. Police say the sign read: "Don't steal from the Familia Michoacana. You're next, Jonas." A police official who was not authorized to speak on the record said Monday that the woman's head and hands had been cut off. The cartel was once based in the violence-wracked western state of Michoacan, but has reportedly expanded to Mexico City suburbs. The capital has largely been spared the cartel violence that afflicts many regions, but some happens. More: