Mexican football star Alan Pulido has been kidnapped in northern Mexico, according to reports quoting local officials.
Pulido appears to have been kidnapped close to his hometown of Ciudad Victoria - in the northern state of Tamaulipas - on Sunday after leaving a party.
A relative of Pulido's also told Milenio TV that teh footballer had been kidnapped.
Pulido, 25, is a forward for Greek team Olympiacos.
Mexico's Foreign Ministry has approved the extradition of Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman to the United States, after receiving guarantees the death penalty would not be sought against him.
"El Chapo" was the head of the Sinaloa drug cartel and one of the world's most wanted drug lords, after he escaped from the maximum-security Altiplano jail in July 2015.
He was captured in January and faces charges in the US federal courts in Texas and California.
It is unclear at this stage when he will be extradited.
A judge in Mexico has approved an extradition request from the US for notorious drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman.
The extradition must still be approved by the country's foreign ministry within the next 20 days, and the defense can appeal, but the judge ruled that the legal requirements laid out in the extradition treaty between the two countries had been met.
At the weekend 'El Chapo' was reportedly moved from a prison outside Mexico City to one in Ciudad Juarez near the US border.
The blast also injured at least 45 people and sent a cloud of noxious chemicals into the sky.
Local emergency officials said hundreds of people had been evacuated from the site in the Gulf state of Veracruz.
Television footage showed an initial burst of flames followed by a tower of thick smoke.
The cause of the blast is unclear, but Pemex warned local residents to keep their distance from the site due to what it described as a dissipating cloud of toxic fumes.
A company official said local oil exports were not affected.
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Hundreds of people have been evacuated following a blast at a Pemex oil facility in the southern port city of Coatzacoalcos in Mexico.
Three people have been reported injured.
The state-owned petroleum company said the blast will not have an impact on oil exports.
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