Lynchings in Mexico: When angry mobs take justice into their own hands
Lynchings in Mexico: When angry mobs take justice into their own hands.
Central American migrants killed in Mexico road accident
A number of migrants from Central America have died after the truck they were traveling in swerved off the highway in southern Mexico. Migrants regularly use the route on the way to the USA.
China's internet users cross 800 Million mark
China's internet users cross 800 Million mark Chinese Internet users have crossed the 800 million mark for the first time ever as of June 2018, China’s user-base is larger than the combined populations for Japan, Russia, Mexico and the U.S.,
Death toll of Mexico pipeline explosion adds up to 73
The death toll from a pipeline explosion in central Mexico has climbed to 73 and could continue to rise, the governor of the state of Hidalgo said on Saturday evening.
Some Central American migrants choose to stay in Mexico
A caravan of Central American migrants heading towards the US has reached Mexico City. The UNHCR estimates that around 20 per cent are now considering finishing their perilous journey and applying for asylum in Mexico.
Children struggle to keep pace in migrant caravan
Central American migrants traveling with children say they are struggling to keep up with the larger caravan of migrants moving through Mexico as they play it safe for their kids.
Migrants halted on bridge at Mexico border
Hundreds of Central American migrants remain camped on a bridge separating Guatemala and Mexico on Saturday, as efforts to halt a trek north by the caravan gathered pace under U.S. pressure.
U.S., Mexico said to be closer to Nafta deal
The U.S. and Mexico have made progress during five weeks of discussions and are nearing a consensus on forging a new North American Free Trade Agreement.