The group calling itself the Individualists Who Lean Towards the Wild has claimed it carried out several violent acts since 2011. It says it is "at war with civilization and progress."
The City's authorities have relaunched a program designed to take cars out of it's streets and help alleviate the worst environmental crisis in 14 years. But some in the scientific community doubt its effectiveness.
While the Mexican government claims rising remittances represents a “competitive advantage” critics say it highlights the fundamental weakness of the domestic economy.
The repairs do not address the Mexican capital's deeper water crisis rooted in the alarming rate at which its underground aquifer is drying out.
Locals in Chilacachapa told a Mexican newspaper that the Guerreros Unidos cartel rode through their town and carried away 25 people to help them against students "who were going to start a revolution." It is unclear what aid they gave the gang.
The incident at the UNAM campus was considered a breach of the school's autonomy and heightened tensions as protests continue over the 43 missing students in Guerrero.
Reforms at the National Polytechnic Institute in Mexico City prompted normally straight-laced students to take to the streets in huge numbers.