In its December 16 report, Freedom House says developments in Mexico for human rights the worst, citing the recent murder of 43 students by corrupt officials in cahoots with drug gangs. This Digital Journalist based in Mexico tells you why.
For the sake of his millions of fans around the world who continue to salivate on what appears to be the richest fight in boxing history, Filipino boxing superstar Manny Pacquiao is not giving up in his quest for a date in the ring with Floyd Mayweather.
Prior to Floyd Mayweather's latest statement about his intention to fight Manny Pacquiao on May 2, fight fans have given up hope of seeing them in the ring after five years of waiting for the fight they all wanted to see.
An armed group briefly seized about 60 Mexican reporters and their families and beat some of them for supposedly showing disrespect towards 43 missing students, a local journalist organization said Tuesday.
The vaquita is the world's smallest porpoise and is found only in the northern part of the Gulf of California. With the latest estimated count in 2014 being below 100 individuals, the vaquita is now in imminent danger of extinction.
Mexican boxing star Juan Manuel Marquez has joined millions of fight fans around the world in calling on unbeaten Floyd Mayweather and eight-division world champion Manny Pacquiao to settle their differences in the ring instead of ranting on Instagram.
Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos called Tuesday for serious peace talks when negotiations between his government and Marxist FARC guerrillas resume this week to ensure a "happy ending.
Latin American nations and their ex-colonial powers, Portugal and Spain, wrapped up a summit Tuesday again marked by major absences, with the leaders of Argentina, Brazil and Cuba shunning the event.
Mexico's embattled President Enrique Pena Nieto opened a summit of Latin American, Spanish and Portuguese leaders Monday, turning his attention to diplomacy as he faced anger at home over a security crisis.
The family of the first victim identified among 43 missing Mexican students lamented the dashed dreams of the aspiring teacher Sunday, calling for justice in the case that has shocked the country.
Mexican police shot and killed six people during a raid in a state wracked by drug cartel violence, an official said.Another seven people were arrested and two kidnapped people were freed in the operation in Veracruz.