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16 Jun 2022
The Mexican state of Michoacan is facing an unprecedented wave of violence. More than 800 homicides have been recorded there since January, making it Mexico's most violent state. Criminal groups are waging war to control territory, while the state's residents have become hostages and victims of the violence. Our correspondents Quentin Duval, Laurence Cuvillier and Juan José Estrada Serafín report.
12 Oct 2021
Ancient Mexican artefacts recovered from abroad are among the archaeological treasures on display at an exhibition showcasing the country's cultural heritage 200 years after it won independence from Spain.
22 Apr 2021
Eighty-eight-year-old Mayan grandmother Dona Menchita showed off her skills and energy proper of a youngster climbing up trees and picking up fruits to sell in Tizimin, Yucatan, Mexico. This fearless grandmother's age doesn't stop her from work, as she continues cutting firewood, taking care of her crops and also climbing up the trees.
7 Sep 2020
Mexican tattoo artist Omi Debua is giving away free tattoos to those who have beaten the novel coronavirus, etching a "Covid-19 survivor" logo on people whose lives have been marked by the disease.
24 Jul 2020
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1 May 2020
A number of Mexican firms producing goods for the US market are ignoring coronavirus lockdown rules. This puts their workforces in grave danger of contracting COVID-19.
16 Oct 2019
At least 14 police officers have been killed in an armed attack in the municipality of Aguililla, in the western Mexican state of Michoacán.
22 Jan 2019
The new Mexican government is battling the mafia's massive theft of gasoline. But the consequences are a lack of fuel, growing unrest among the population — and a deadly blaze that resulted from desperate siphoning.
11 Mar 2018
Mexican ruling party candidate pledges to help curb corruption.
24 Oct 2017
The trial of a Mexican man accused of murdering a woman while illegally in the United States began in San Francisco on Monday, a case that President Donald Trump has cited as an example of the dangers posed by lax border security.
5 Sep 2017
In his recent state of the union address, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said security was his government's top priority.
16 May 2017
A Mexican journalist renowned for his coverage of organised crime is gunned down, as authorities in the country struggle to contain resurgent bloodshed among warring drug cartels.

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