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September 22, 2022, 8:54 PM

Mexico City police injured by explosion at protest

An explosion has occurred outside Mexico’s Attorney General’s Office, injuring police as protesters demonstrating ahead of the anniversary of the 2014 disappearance of 43 students clashed with officers in riot gear
September 22, 2022, 8:54 PM
September 20, 2022, 8:38 PM

Mexico's earthquake coincidence drives anxiety for many

Three earthquakes have struck Mexico on Sept. 19 -- in 1985, 2017 and now 2022.
September 20, 2022, 8:38 PM
Since 1985, 3 major quakes on same day; scientists wonder why
September 19, 2022, 10:46 PM

Strong earthquake shakes Mexico´s Pacific coast; 1 killed

A magnitude 7.6 earthquake set off an earthquake alarm in the capital.
September 19, 2022, 10:46 PM
September 19, 2022, 12:57 AM

Mexican faith leader jailed for sex abuse; flock stays loyal

The leader of a multinational, Mexico-based Christian church is imprisoned in California after pleading guilty to sexually abusing minors
September 19, 2022, 12:57 AM
September 17, 2022, 2:29 PM

White House says it's sending reinforcements to the Mexico border

Administration officials say they are engaging with federal agencies on the issue of immigration but are offering few details about how they are coordinating with local officials in Texas.
September 17, 2022, 2:29 PM
White House says it's sending reinforcements to the Mexico border
September 16, 2022, 12:51 AM

Mexico arrests general in case of missing students

Mexican authorities have arrested a retired general and three other members of the army for alleged connection to the disappearance of 43 students in southern Mexico in 2014
September 16, 2022, 12:51 AM
September 11, 2022, 10:28 PM

Death toll in northern Mexico bus crash rises to 20

The death toll in a northern Mexico bus crash has risen to 20, as questions emerge about whether a double-tanker fuel truck may have caused the deadly accident
September 11, 2022, 10:28 PM
September 10, 2022, 8:22 PM

Fiery crash of bus, fuel tanker kills at least 18 in Mexico

Mexican police said the collision left both vehicles completely burned.
September 10, 2022, 8:22 PM
September 9, 2022, 7:55 PM

Mexico's Senate votes to hand over National Guard to army

Mexico's Senate has approved handing control of the country's recently created National Guard over to the military
September 9, 2022, 7:55 PM
September 5, 2022, 12:27 AM

Mexico debates its no-bail policy for nonviolent suspects

In Mexico, a long list of nonviolent crimes bring automatic pretrial detention, with no bail or house arrest allowed
September 5, 2022, 12:27 AM
September 2, 2022, 3:52 PM

4 killed in shooting at soccer field in central Mexico

Four people have been killed, including a former mayor, in an attack on a soccer field in central Mexico
September 2, 2022, 3:52 PM
1 month ago

Cartel allegedly killed 2 'lucha libre' wrestlers in Mexico

Authorities in Mexico have confirmed that a ‘lucha libre’ wrestler had been found dead over the weekend in the north-central state of Guanajuato
1 month ago
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Record number of migrants apprehended at US-Mexico border

ABC News contributor Maria Elena Salinas provides insight on the record apprehensions at the border and Karen Tumlin, founder of Justice Action Center, explains how her organization is helping.
1 month ago
Record number of migrants apprehended at US-Mexico border
1 month ago

Independent journalist found slain in northern Mexico

Mexican authorities say an independent journalist found dead in northern Mexico was killed by a blow to the head
1 month ago
Journalist killed in northern Mexico, 14th to die this year
1 month ago

Mexico president to bypass congress to keep army in streets

The move could extend the military’s control over policing.
1 month ago
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Gang violence in Mexico puts US Consulate on alert

The U.S. Consulate issued a shelter-in-place warning for diplomatic staff in Tijuana amid violence along the U.S. border with Mexico.
1 month ago
Gang violence in Mexico puts US Consulate on alert
2 months ago

10 miners remain trapped underground in flooded tunnel for 2 days in Mexico

Ten miners remain trapped in Mexico after an underground flood two days ago.
2 months ago
10 miners remain trapped underground in flooded tunnel for 2 days
2 months ago

Miners trapped underground in Mexico

Rescuers are working tirelessly, searching for any sign of the ten miners trapped inside a coal mine which collapsed in the town of Sabinas.
2 months ago
Miners trapped underground in Mexico
2 months ago

9 coal miners trapped after collapse in northern Mexico

Mexico's president says nine miners have been trapped by a cave-in at a coal mine in northern Mexico
2 months ago
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Mexico's attorney general investigating ex-president

Mexico’s Attorney General’s Office says it has opened several lines of investigation against former President Enrique Peña Nieto
2 months ago
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Relatives receive remains of loved ones who died in migrant tragedy

A trailer containing the bodies of 53 people was found on June 27 near San Antonio, Texas.
2 months ago
Relatives receive remains of loved ones who died in migrant tragedy
2 months ago

Priest wounded in shooting in southern Mexico

A Roman Catholic priest has been wounded in a shooting on a highway in the southern Mexico state of Guerrero
2 months ago
Priest wounded in shooting in southern Mexico
2 months ago

94 migrants escape suffocation in truck in Mexico

Authorities in Mexico say at least 94 migrants had to bash their way out of a suffocating freight trailer abandoned on a highway in the steamy Gulf coast state of Veracruz
2 months ago
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In Mexico, killing of young doctor leads to protest

Dozen of white-robed medical school graduates have marched in Mexico City to protest the violence they face in isolated clinics they are forced to staff as part of the country’s medical training system
2 months ago
In Mexico, killing of young doctor leads to protest
2 months ago

Foundation returns Indigenous items to Mexican officials

Ancient sculptures that had been gathering dust in a box are returning home.
2 months ago
New Mexico foundation to return Indigenous items to Mexico
2 months ago

Mexico City police find 1.6 tons of cocaine in 2 trucks

Officials in Mexico City say police made one of the biggest drug busts in recent memory in the capital when they stopped two freight trucks carrying about 1.6 tons of cocaine
2 months ago
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6 dead in shooting attack on Mexico drug rehab center

Five men and one woman are dead after unidentified assailants opened fire at a privately-run drug rehabilitation center in wester Mexico
2 months ago
6 dead in shooting attack on Mexico drug rehab center
2 months ago

US demands talks on Mexican energy policies it calls unfair

The United States is putting pressure on Mexico over energy policies that Washington says unfairly favor Mexico's state-owned electricity and oil companies over American competitors and clean-energy suppliers
2 months ago
US demands talks on Mexican energy policies it calls unfair
2 months ago

2 American tourists injured in crocodile attack in Mexico

Two U.S. tourists have been injured by a crocodile at Mexico’s Puerto Vallarta resort when one went swimming in the ocean at night and the second American went in the water to help the other
2 months ago
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3 migrants dead, 12 injured in Mexico crash

Three migrants and two Mexican citizens are dead and a dozen migrants are recovering from injuries following a highway accident in northern Mexico
2 months ago
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Drought in northern Mexico threatening livelihoods

Restaurant owner Leticia Rodríguez celebrated the construction late last year of a new lakeside boulevard in this northern Mexico town that she hoped would draw more people to her business
2 months ago
Drought in northern Mexico threatening livelihoods
2 months ago

Mexico's capture of drug kingpin could be signal to US

The United States’ motivation to find infamous drug lord Rafael Caro Quintero was never in doubt
2 months ago
Mexico's capture of drug kingpin could be signal to US
3 months ago

Luis Echeverria, Mexico leader blamed for massacres, dies

The former leader was blamed for some of Mexico's worst political killings.
3 months ago
Luis Echeverria, Mexico leader blamed for massacres, dies
3 months ago

Mexican prosecutors seize half a million fentanyl pills

The seizure came during a raid at a warehouse in the northern city of Culiacan.
3 months ago
Mexican prosecutors seize half a million fentanyl pills
3 months ago

Mexico seizes 'historic' half-ton of fentanyl at warehouse

Mexico's army and National Guard have made what they call a “historic” seizure of over a half-ton of fentanyl at a warehouse in the northern city of Culiacan
3 months ago
Mexico seizes 'historic' half-ton of fentanyl at warehouse
3 months ago

Mexico leader to end daylight saving, keep "God's clock"

Mexico's president has submitted a bill to end daylight saving time and end the practice of changing clocks twice a year
3 months ago
Mexico leader to end daylight saving, keep "God's clock"
3 months ago

Mexican bishops to put photos of dead priests in churches

Mexico's Roman Catholic Council of Bishops is calling on parishes throughout the country to put photos of dead nuns and priests in their churches this Sunday and to hold Masses for all those killed in gang-fueled violence
3 months ago
Mexican bishops to put photos of dead priests in churches
3 months ago

Mexican army patrol attacked after detaining suspects

A Mexican army patrol was surrounded and attacked in the town of Altar
3 months ago
Mexican army patrol attacked after detaining suspects
3 months ago

8 bodies found, may be kidnapped workers from Mexican resort

Eight bodies have been found on Mexico's Yucatan peninsula, and they appear to be those of eight men apparently kidnapped from a resort on the Caribbean coast
3 months ago
8 bodies found, may be kidnapped workers from Mexican resort
3 months ago

Mexico climber dies scaling active, off-limits volcano

A woman mountain climber in Mexico is dead and a climbing companion was injured.
3 months ago
Mexico climber dies scaling active, off-limits volcano
3 months ago

Jesuit priests killed by gunmen in church in northern Mexico

The Jesuit religious order in Mexico says two of its priests have been killed by gunmen inside a church in a remote mountainous area of northern Mexico
3 months ago
Jesuits: 2 priests killed in northern Mexico
3 months ago

2 Canadians found dead of knife wounds in Mexico resort

Prosecutors say two Canadians have been found dead of knife wounds in Mexico's Caribbean coast resort of Playa del Carmen
3 months ago
2 Canadians found dead of knife wounds in Mexico resort
3 months ago

Mexican diplomat starts jostling for 2024 nomination

Mexico's top diplomat has begun the open jostling to win the 2024 nomination of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador's Morena party
3 months ago
Mexican diplomat starts jostling for 2024 nomination
3 months ago

Armed groups swarm through city in southern Mexico

Dozens of heavily armed men swarmed through the Mexican city of San Cristobal de las Casas, and President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said one person was killed in confrontations between two gangs
3 months ago
Armed groups swarm through city in southern Mexico
3 months ago

Mexican president slams NATO policy in Ukraine

Mexico's president has slammed NATO's policy on the Russian invasion of Ukraine, calling it "immoral."
3 months ago
Mexican president slams NATO policy in Ukraine
3 months ago

Mexico City ban on bullfighting extended indefintely

A judge has extended a ban on bullfighting in Mexico City indefinitely,  raising the likelihood that the season will be cancelled at the world's largest remaining venue
3 months ago
Mexico City ban on bullfighting extended indefintely
4 months ago

Mexico uncovers drug tunnel leading to the US

Authorities in Mexico uncover a tunnel running under the border from Tijuana to the U.S., which officials said was used in drug trafficking.
4 months ago
Mexico uncovers drug tunnel leading to the US
4 months ago

Mexico's president boycotts US-hosted summit in snub to Biden

Mexico's president Manuel López Obrador is boycotting the US-hosted Summit of the Americas in a snub to President Joe Biden.
4 months ago
Mexico's president boycotts US-hosted summit in snub to Biden
4 months ago

Mexico's president snubs US-hosted summit over invitation list, distracting from Biden's agenda

Mexico's president Manuel López Obrador is boycotting the US-hosted Summit of the Americas in a snub to President Joe Biden.
4 months ago
Mexico's president boycotts US-hosted summit in snub to Biden
4 months ago

US files 4th labor complaint on Mexican workers' rights

The United States has filed its fourth labor complaint about purported violations of union organizing rights in Mexico
4 months ago