Ivanovic beats Jaksic in Monterrey final

MONTERREY- Serbia's Ana Ivanovic won the tennis tournament in Monterrey, Mexico, by beating 20-year-old compatriot Jovana Jaksic 6-2, 6-1 early Monday in the final match that lasted just 60 minutes.

It is Ivanovic's 13th title, while Jaksic made her first appearance in a WTA final.

Ivanovic won USD 111,389 and 250 WTA points, while Jaksic won USD 55,435 and 150 WTA points.

Ivanovic and Jaksic through to Monterrey WTA semifinal

MONTERREY - Serbian female tennis players Ana Ivanovic and Jovana Jaksic qualified for the Monterrey WTA International semifinal in Mexico, the prize fund of which totals USD 500,000.

In the quarterfinal match, Ivanovic beat Slovakia's Magdalena Rybarikova, 6-1, 0-6, 6-2, while Jaksic achieved her biggest success in her career by defeating Julia Boserup of the U.S., 6-3, 6-0.

Ana Ivanovic reaches Monterrey third round

MONTERREY - Serbia's Ana Ivanovic reached the third round of the WTA tennis tournament in Monterrey, Mexico, by beating Aleksandra Wozniak of Canada 6-4, 6-2 early Friday.

Ivanovic's next opponent will be Magdalena Rybarikova of Slovakia, who won her second round match after Japan's Ayumi Morita retired after the first set due to injury.

Rybarikova won the first set 6-4.

Nikolic receives Mexican ambassador for farewell visit

BELGRADE - Serbian President Tomislav Nikolic received Mexican Ambassador Mercedes Ruiz Zapata for a farewell visit on Wednesday.

Nikolic thanked the ambassdaor for helping develop the cooperation between two countries, adding that Serbia and Mexico had kept their relations friendly through all their difficulties.

Ana Ivanovic wins

MONTERREY - Serbia's Ana Ivanovic reached the second round of the WTA tennis tournament in Monterrey, Mexico, by beating Urszula Radwanska of Poland 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 early Wednesday.

In the next round, Ivanovic will face Aleksandra Wozniak of Canada, who beat Marcela Zacarías of Mexico 3-6, 6-0, 6-1.

Mexican Authorities Find 370 Abandoned Migrant Children in 1 Week

Authorities in Mexico announced they had rescued 370 migrant children who had apparently been abandoned by traffickers paid to take them to the United States.

Mexico's National Migration Institute (INM) said in a statement on Saturday that the children had been found in the period March 17-24 on the territory of 14 Mexican states.