Millions are watching up-and-coming Christian TikTokers in Mexico and other parts of Latin America, who have made the social media site the go-to place for a religious dose.
An attack in the state of Michoacan suggests that use of drones by drug cartels is escalating.
Privacy advocates are worried about a new law that could force ordinary citizens to be fingerprinted to buy a phone. Supporters say it will help to combat extortion.
Despite incipient government efforts to secure the first shipment from a vaccine supply for the world’s poorest countries, Haiti still has no vaccines today.
The landmark case highlights the dangers of using taxi apps for women who initially considered them a safer option than street taxis.
Clandestine dispensaries were mainly operating in the capital Santo Domingo but authorities also found them in other provinces, showing a spread of the deadly speakeasies.
Inmates were making money from explicit videos that proved popular with Mexican, mostly male, users.
The guns were used during the forced disappearance of 43 teaching students in the state of Guerrero in 2014.
Victims of the disaster have found it hard to adapt to life dependent on a company handout and plagued by uncertainty about their future.