John Holman

John Holman

Sport

Mexico: Indigenous women fight violence with football

Indigenous women in Mexico are finding a sporting way to fight back against physical and sexual violence.

Mexico: Indigenous women fight violence with football

Latin America

Street dogs, unwanted in Mexico, find a new home in Canada

The innovative 'Backstreet Dogs' NGO is attempting to match stray dogs from Mexico with prospective Canadian pet owners.

Street dogs, unwanted in Mexico, find a new home in Canada

Journalism under fire

11 journalists killed in Mexico this year

Worldwide over the past decade, more than 800 journalists have been killed for doing their jobs. In Mexico, 2017 is set to be a record year for the number of journalists killed. Al Jazeera’s John Holman reports from Mexico City.

11 journalists killed in Mexico this year

Latin America

Murder of Berta Caceres part of coordinated plot: lawyer team

A team of lawyers has new evidence on the death of an environmental activist in Honduras.

Murder of Berta Caceres part of coordinated plot: lawyer team

US-Mexico border

Mexico cartels recruit children to smuggle people to US

With less of a risk of being detained, gang leaders are using minors to act as guides in the people smuggling trade.

Mexico cartels recruit children to smuggle people to US

Latin America

Women-only taxi service to improve female safety in Mexico City

In Mexico City, women regularly face threats and assaults when they use taxis.

Women-only taxi service to improve female safety in Mexico City

Canada

Canada and Mexico to work on a trade deal

The leaders of Canada and Mexico have vowed to work on a trade deal that benefits both countries as well as the US. They met in Mexico City.

Canada and Mexico to work on a trade deal

Latin America

South Mexico earthquake victims feel neglected by government

More than three million Mexicans were affected by last month's earthquake which hit the impoverished southern states of Oaxaca and Chiapas.

South Mexico earthquake victims feel neglected by government

Latin America

Mexico quake : Anger grows over lax construction standards

Anger is mounting in Mexico City in the aftermath of the recent earthquake as evidence has emerged of failure to enforce strict building standards.

Mexico quake : Anger grows over lax construction standards

Latin America

Hurricane Irma leaves trail of devastation on Barbuda island

The Caribbean islands took the brunt of Hurricane Irma's fury. On the island of Barbuda, the government estimates 95 percent of buildings were damaged. Most residents have been moved to the neighbouring island of Antigua.

Hurricane Irma leaves trail of devastation on Barbuda island

Latin America

Aid groups rush to help as Hurricane Irma batters northern Haiti

Haiti's north was battered significantly, causing the UN and aid organisations to set up shelters and food supplies for tens of thousands of people in there.

Aid groups rush to help as Hurricane Irma batters northern Haiti

Latin America

Mexico's president highlights drug violence and NAFTA talks

Mexico is currently suffering the worst period of violence since the height of the country's drug war. At the same time the government is involved in renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with the United States and Canada.

Mexico's president highlights drug violence and NAFTA talks