“We went in not to attack the people, but to expel the assassins, the drug traffickers and organized crime.”
Seven Zapatistas will cross the Atlantic ocean to mark the 500-year anniversary of the Spanish conquest, and they want to party upon arrival.
Pox, a moonshine-like liquor used for Tzotzil Maya ceremonies for centuries, is finally making commercial inroads. Why now?
With the number of homicides across the country at their highest since 2012, this weekend’s victims included two mayors gunned down.
Protesters from six states have converged on Mexico City to demand new laws to protect their rights.
The Pope apologized for centuries of discrimination during a trip to the state of Chiapas, home to the Zapatista rebellion, at the same time as he said indigenous communities today have much to teach the world in the face of global environmental crisis.
The Pope is heading for Chiapas, Michoacán, and Ciudad Juárez. Local priests talk about working in places where indigenous traditions mean chickens are sacrificed in church, poor farmers ask if it's ok to grow drugs, and where cartels rule.
Government and church sources have indicated the pope will visit past and current drug war hotspots Ciudad Juarez and Michoacán state, as well as the poverty-stricken state of Chiapas where Central American migrants are facing a government crackdown.
Protests sparked by the killing of a news photographer in Mexico City have spread to London, Madrid, and several Mexican states, as journalists called for an end to violence and censorship against their work.
Margarita Zavala's unexpected announcement came one week after a midterm election in which the National Action Party suffered its worst showing at Mexico's polls since 1991.
Protesters burned ballots and attacked polling places in Guerrero, Oaxaca, and Chiapas. Exit polls were suggesting tight races in key state governor races, including Nuevo Leon, where indie candidate "El Bronco" was pulling ahead.