Carmelo Ramírez Morales decided it was time to flee Mexico when his family was told they would pay the price if he didn't step down from his role as a prominent spokesman within the movement demanding justice for the 43 missing students.
The authorities have arrested four people for the murder of Berta Caceres that caused an international outcry two months ago. Two of them are linked to the company behind the dam project Caceres was trying to stop, three to the country’s security...
Six pregnant women have been murdered or disappeared in the last two years in the state of Puebla, attracting attention to its status as the latest hotspot in a wave of extreme violence directed against women in Mexico.
Cárceres, who won the prestigious Goldman Prize in 2015 and has headed numerous struggles against mega projects threatening indigenous rights, was shot dead in her home.
The first kidnapping involved 22 men abducted on their way to a wedding and the second five teachers taken from their school.
Rosendo Radilla went missing after being arrested by soldiers in Mexico's dirty war, but his case still haunts Mexican government under pressure to act over 25,000 disappeared.
Mexico wants to begin operating the new capital airport by 2020, but opposition figures, environmentalists, and the community of San Salvador Atenco are already crying foul over the project.
The Man Responsible For Huge Government Blunders in Mexico Just Got a Seat on His Country's Supreme Court
Eduardo Medina Mora's office met with US officials over the failed "Fast & Furious" weapons smuggling program, reports say, capping a long list of scandals he's overseen — yet he keeps getting promotions.
They fell from the train that thousands of migrants ride each year to try to reach the United States. They say their mutilations are their "visas" to enter the country.
Dentures were found at the dump where the students were supposedly incinerated, among other anomalies detailed by the Argentine Forensic Anthropology Team. The attorney general struck back at the group, calling its assertions "speculation."
“There is still poverty in Guerrero, and while there is still poverty, Ayotzinapa has a reason to exist,” one alumnus of the rural normal school tells VICE News.
Mexican judicial police are accused of beating and threatening 11 people who were held for 9 days after the chaotic evacuation of a protest at the Zocalo in Mexico City.