2015 in Mexico
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List of years in Mexico
The following lists events from the year 2015 in Mexico.
- January 29: An explosion occurred in a maternal hospital in Cuajimalpa, Mexico City, leaving 7 dead and 60 injured.
- February 13: A bus crashes with a freight train in the Mexican state of Nuevo León, killing at least sixteen people and injuring 30.
- February 28: Mexican security forces arrest drug lord Servando Gómez Martínez in Morelia, Michoacán.
- March 3:
- April 4: Lunar Eclipse
- April 8: Mexico issues a 100-year bond for 1.5 billion euros or its equivalent to approximately 620 million dollars.
- May 22: Sebastián Lerdo de Tejada Covarrubias dies general director of ISSSTE
- May 27: The SCT opens audits on contracts awarded to OHL
- May 27: Nestora Salgado will be transferred to another prison, that of Tepepan.
- May 28: Murder of coordinator of Panista candidate in the delegation Azcapotzalco.
- May 28: The INE agrees to pay $10,000 to Rigoberta Menchú.
- May 31: Santos champion by defeating the team of Querétaro (5-3).
- January 7: Julio Scherer García, 88, journalist.
- February 8: Mario Vázquez Raña, Mexican businessman (b. 1932)
- February 16: Lorena Rojas, 44, actress.
- March 19: Carlos Mijares Bracho, 84, architect
- July 2: Jacobo Zabludovsky, 87, Recognized communicator who directed for more than 20 years the main news on national network. (b. 1928)
- July 13: Joan Sebastian, 64, Popular singer and composer from Guerrero. (b. 1951)
- December 1: Xavier Olea Muñoz, 92, diplomat, lawyer and politician; Governor of Guerrero (1975)
- "Mexico train, bus crash kills at least 16".
- "Mexican police capture top cartel capo 'La Tuta' Gomez".
- "Calendario electoral 2015" (PDF). INE. Retrieved 31 December 2014.
- "Influential Mexican Journalist Julio Scherer Garcia, Dead At 88". NBC News. 7 January 2015. Retrieved 11 January 2015.
- "Lorena Rojas dies: Actress loses battle to cancer at 44".
- "Murió en Taxco el ex gobernador Xavier Olea Muñoz, a los 92 años". Diario de Guerrero. 2015-12-02. Retrieved 2015-12-28. [permanent dead link]