Rappler's latest stories on Mexico
National Guard General Vincente Hernandez tells migrants they would be allowed to cross the border into Mexico from Guatemala in a 'controlled' manner
The case of the 'disappeared' students from the Ayotzinapa teachers' college still haunts Mexico
The suicide occurred after the man was denied entry to the US at the bridge between the Mexican city of Reynosa and Pharr, Texas, says officials in Mexico
'Entire Wall is under construction or getting ready to start!' the president tweets
The prosecutor's office says in a statement Monday, December 30, that 3 suspects were arrested on December 26 for 'probable responsibility' in organized crime
The Mexican embassy in La Paz has become the center of the diplomatic row after it sheltered 9 or more officials from Evo Morales's former government
Bolivian Interior Minister Arturo Murillo argues the alleged operation of the Spanish embassy staff was a violation of Bolivian sovereignty
Bolivia's foreign ministry says 'people identified as staff members at Spain's embassy in Bolivia, accompanied by people with their faces covered, tried in a secretive and underhand manner to enter Mexico's diplomatic residence in La Paz.'
The two countries' relations continues to turn sour after Mexico granted asylum to Bolivian ex-president Evo Morales
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador tweets: 'Now it is up to the US and Canadian legislatures to do the same. It's good news'
Catholic tradition says that the dark-skinned Virgin appeared to an indigenous man named Juan Diego on December 12, 1531, heralding the Church's arrival in the New World
Two dozen officers grimace through their workout on the pavement of the station house yard – most with round bellies bulging beneath their drenched T-shirts
'There is an initial deal between the governments,' says Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador
This comes after a request from Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador
The shootout in Coahuila state near the US border is between suspected drug traffickers and police
Bolivian Foreign Minister Karen Longaric says Mexico's refusal to hand over people accused of common crimes 'would be a very serious problem for them and uncomfortable for us'
Among the group is Morales' former top minister Juan Ramon Quintana, who the Bolivia caretaker government has accused of sedition and terrorism
Roger Federer proves to be a massive crowd-puller despite missing the Davis Cup in Spain
(UPDATED) Evo Morales leaves the country on a military plane sent for him by Mexico, which granted him political asylum for his safety
Gunmen ambush the members of the LeBaron family – a large clan of Mormons who emigrated to Mexico in the late 19th century – on a rural road on Monday
A cordless reciprocating saw that sells for as little as $100 can slice through the wall in minutes, the Washington Post reports
Death is a celebration for Mexico two nights in a year during the Day of the Dead, a traditional festival of colors and costumes
The 2019 Global Impunity Index lists 41 unsolved media killings in the Philippines over the last 10 years
The Ciudad Juarez-El Paso bridge becomes neutral territory for 4 hours during the event, held for the 7th time, to allow undocumented migrants to the US to see their Mexican families
With President Donald Trump’s crackdown on asylum seekers, many are stuck in a vicious cycle: traveling thousands of miles to escape violence and persecution, only to arrive somewhere faced with the same fate
President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's government deploys 400 reinforcement troops to the streets of Culiacan. Not everyone is happy with the tactic.
The confrontation occurs Wednesday on a highway in a rural area in the state of Guerrero, the local attorney's office says in a statement.
(UPDATED) Defense Minister Luis Sandoval says soldiers briefly arrested Ovidio Guzman but released him after being overpowered by cartel gunmen
A tricky act: Low-income town Douglas in Arizona tries to balance federal and local concerns, as it aims to banish 'myths' about border communities
In June, Mexican media report that Medina Mora was suspected of having made $5.2 million transfers to bank accounts in the US and Britain that were not reported in his financial declarations
The temporary layoffs affect the Silao assembly and transmission plants in central Mexico
The two Filipinos were among the 26 killed when gunmen barged into a bar at the Port of Coatzacoalcos, shot at customers, and set the place on fire, says the Philippines' Department of Foreign Affairs
(3rd UPDATE) Survivors say gunmen sprayed bullets as they descended on the bar, the Caballo Blanco, then blocked the exits and set the club alight
Nora Lopez, whose work was focused on protecting the scarlet macaw, is found dead with multiple stab wounds at a hostel
Shouting 'Justice!', around 250 people, mostly women, take to the streets to protest the lack of punishment in the two cases, the latest to trigger outrage over the high rate of violence against women and girls in Mexico
A packaging material that is made from the plant has been developed by a Mexican researcher and is offering a promising solution to one of the world's biggest pollution conundrums
Rogelio Barragan, director of the Guerrero Al Instante portal, is found dead on July 30 in the trunk of an abandoned car
The Department of Foreign Affairs says no formal charges have been filed against any seafarer
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, the top congressional Democrats, denounce the ruling
The meeting confirms a calmer tone in US-Mexican relations than in early June, when President Donald Trump had threatened new trade tariffs against Mexico unless it acted forcefully to slow the migrant flow
A new rule redefining asylum eligibility – to take effect on July 16 – is the latest attempt to stem the flow of undocumented migrants into the country, and comes amid White House frustration at Congress's failure to change asylum laws
A Mariachi band plays as German auto giant Volkswagen launches the final edition of its iconic 'Beetle' car from its Mexican factory
In a video, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says (Carlos Urzua) 'doesn't agree with the decisions we're taking'
Law enforcers free 25 people who were kidnapped from a call center in the Mexican resort city of Cancun
The intertwined bodies in the viral photo are those of asylum-seeker Oscar Alberto Martinez, 25, and his 23-month-old daughter, Valeria. They drowned while trying to cross the Rio Grande from Mexico into Texas.
John Sanders, appointed to the post just two months ago, says in a letter obtained by several US media outlets that he planned to step down as acting US Customs and Border Protection commissioner on July 5
The canine unit of Mexico's Marines honors Frida during her retirement after saving 12 people's lives in her decade-long career as a search and rescue dog
'We are going to deal with this matter so that no abuses are committed,' says Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador