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Rights group accuses Mexican armed forces of unlawful killings

20 Sep 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexican troops and police committed two extrajudicial killings while confronting presumed fuel thieves in the central state of Puebla in May 2017, a Mexican human rights group said on Wednesday, adding to allegations of abuse against the military.

A year after deadly Mexico quake, some still wait to return home

19 Sep 2018

MEXICO CITY A year after a devastating earthquake struck Mexico City and killed dozens of people, Guadalupe Padilla is still waiting to return to her home.

Mexico's next government to consider new probe into disappearance of 43 students

30 Aug 2018

MEXICO CITY Mexico's next government will discuss a potential new investigation of the 2014 disappearance of 43 students with human rights experts who dispute the findings of the current administration, three people familiar with the matter said.

Mexican president-elect asks Ciudad Juarez violence victims to forgive

08 Aug 2018

CIUDAD JUAREZ Mexican President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's launched his first "peace forum" on Tuesday in the northern border town of Ciudad Juarez, aiming to convince victims of the region's entrenched drug war violence to embrace forgiveness.

Passengers 'grateful to God' after plane crashes in Mexico with no deaths

01 Aug 2018

MEXICO CITY Dozens of people were injured when a packed Aeromexico-operated Embraer jet crashed right after takeoff in Mexico's state of Durango on Tuesday, but authorities said most were not seriously hurt and there were no fatalities. | Video

In bloody drug war, Mexico's new leader may try negotiating

03 Jul 2018

CHILPANCINGO, Mexico For the past 12 years, Mexico has fought violent drug gangs by deploying thousands of police, soldiers and intelligence officers to crack down on cartels and their leaders. | Video

Amid surging violence, some Mexicans choose asylum over voting

02 Jul 2018

TIJUANA, Mexico As millions of Mexicans lined up on Sunday to vote in the country's largest election in history, others were huddled at the door to the United States, fleeing violence and bereft of hope that a new government could staunch it.

Anti-Trump mood sways Mexican voters in U.S. in favor of Lopez Obrador

02 Jul 2018

TIJUANA, Mexico Hundreds of Mexicans living in California drove for hours on Sunday to vote south of the border for Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador as president, persuaded by his pledges to stand up to U.S President Donald Trump and end graft and violence at home.

Anti-Trump mood sways Mexican voters in U.S. in favour of Lopez Obrador

02 Jul 2018

TIJUANA, Mexico Hundreds of Mexicans living in California drove for hours on Sunday to vote south of the border for Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador as president, persuaded by his pledges to stand up to U.S President Donald Trump and end graft and violence at home.

Amid surging violence, some Mexicans choose asylum over voting

01 Jul 2018

TIJUANA, Mexico As millions of Mexicans lined up on Sunday to vote in the country's largest election in history, others were huddled at the door to the United States, fleeing violence and bereft of hope that a new government could staunch it.

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