Three investigative reporters have received death threats after claiming that El Salvador’s National Civil Police shot eight people in an extrajudicial killing.
Every official in Mexico who bears any responsibility for the scores of cases of missing or murdered women in the core of the country simply refuse to acknowledge the crisis of femicides in Edomex.
Two parents of two missing Ayotzinapa students, plus two others, were struck by stones thrown allegedly by military police during clashes on Monday at a base in Iguala, Guerrero, where the September police attacks took place.
Armed looters reportedly entered and sacked resorts and stores as Mexico once again struggles to respond to a major storm
Fueled by the drug war, reports of torture at the hands of Mexican security forces have reportedly increased six-fold in the last decade.
This catastrophe comes in the wake of several other environmental disasters in the northern part of Mexico.
Mario Nocove's family last heard from him on May 26. Two days later, Venezuela shot down a plane in a well-known drug smuggling corridor.
Five people were arrested in connection with a criminal cell accused of stealing oil from pipelines owned by the state oil monopoly Pemex.
A 13-year-old in Puebla was fatally hit with what many say was police projectile. Now the governor is calling to repeal a controversial law.
Devert had quit his job to ride a motorcycle from the US to the World Cup in Brazil. But he disappeared in a dangerous region of Mexico.
“Our policy is we don’t refer to criminal groups by name,” an Interior Ministry spokesman said. “They are just criminal groups.”
Dr. Jose Manuel Mireles, the symbolic leader of the vigilante movement in Michoacan, faces drugs and weapons charges after his arrest.
Experts suggest that the intermittent network failures are due to too many people trying to connect to social media on their phones.
At least 31 bodies have been found in a mass grave in a remote ranch in Veracruz state on Mexico’s Gulf Coast.
Claudia Ochoa Felix has been alleged to lead "Los Ántrax," the enforcers of the Sinaloa Cartel. She's also popular on social media.
Cuban blogger Yoani Sánchez has launched an independent news site. VICE News spoke to her husband, and site editor, Reinaldo Escobar.
While the South American country passed laws to regulate the production of weed, officials are moving forward with stricter tobacco rules.
Under Mexico's Military Justice Code reform, any crime that involves civilians will now no longer be judged by military tribunals.