Marlon Botas Fuentes claims that the death of Montserrat Bendimes Roldán was “an unfortunate accident and is nothing close to what is said on social networks or in the case file.”
An abandoned drug-smuggling tunnel that ran underneath a house caused the floor to give way, swallowing a man who was snoozing on his couch.
The driver who was the last person to see her alive told local news that Escobar “was drunk or something.” Her female companions said she was “acting crazy.”
The government has done little about the abduction and death of teen Debanhi Escobar and 1,800 other missing women in the state of Nuevo León, say activists.
The U.S.-trained unit was disbanded by Mexico after years of corruption and controversy.
Of Mexico's 32 states, 29 are on a U.S. government travel ban or a warning list.
Whistleblowers warn that children who arrive alone at the US-Mexico border are being housed in grim conditions at a Texas military base.
The recovery of the pre-Columbian items was a reminder of the looting that drives trafficking in Mexico’s cultural heritage.
The massacre in Zinapecuaro, allegedly due to the ongoing war between the CJNG and local rival groups, is the latest macabre incident in Michoacan’s bloody cartel war.
The opaque agreement offered to the Russian asylum seekers is highly unusual.