Asylum seekers cross US-Mexico border under 'Remain in Mexico' policy rollback
Two groups of asylum seekers -- who were ordered under former president Donald Trump to stay in Mexico while their requests were processed -- cross into the US, as President Joe Biden's administration begins dismantling the controversial "Remain in Mexico" program put in place by his predecessor.
Mexico to complain at UN about vaccine inequality
Mexico will complain at the United Nations Security Council this week about unequal access to Covid-19 vaccines, Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard announces.
Biden tells Mexico he will undo Trump immigration policies
The new US president has said he will reverse the "draconian" policies of the previous administration. Former President Trump made cracking down on both legal and illegal migration one of his flagship policies.
Mexico: Soldiers patrol beaches, ensure tourists follow virus measures
Soldiers patrol the beaches in Acapulco, on Mexico's Pacific coast, to ensure that tourists follow anti-Covid measures.
Police fire guns to disperse protesters in Mexico's Cancun
The Cancun police disperse with shots into the air a demonstration held in front of City Hall to protest violence against women.
US Supreme Court to review Trump's 'Remain in Mexico' policy
Donald Trump's asylum policy, which took effect last year, have kept tens of thousands of asylum seekers outside of the US. The Supreme Court agreed to take up two key Mexico-related cases after the November election.
Covid-19: Still no school for Mexican children
In Mexico, where the Covid-19 pandemic has already cost more than 82,000 lives, schools have been closed for several months. In order for pupils not to completely miss out on school, lessons can be watched on television and also online. But for millions of Mexican families, distance learning isn't an option. According to the OECD, some 30 percent of Mexican children have no internet access. Our correspondents Laurence Cuvillier and Matthieu Comin report from a rural community in Guerrero state.
Mexico orders arrest of soldiers in 2014 missing students case
Mexico has issued arrest warrants for police and military personnel suspected of involvement in the 2014 disappearance of 43 students. The unresolved kidnapping case sent shockwaves across the country.