Mexico

US Dreamers 'see more opportunity' in return to Mexico

Mexico is preparing to welcome back the Dreamers, thousands of young people who were brought to the United States as children and are undocumented.

United States

US migrant agenda 'dangerous despite deportations cut'

Data from the US and Mexico shows Obama removing more Mexican citizens, though Trump has stepped up interior removals.

US migrant agenda 'dangerous despite deportations cut'

Mexico

Mexico confronts surge in violence against women

Facing crisis of gender-based violence, Puebla city classifies murders of more than 90 women this year as acts of femicide.

Mexico

Mexico records highest homicide rate in 20 years

At least 23,000 people killed over the past year, giving the Central American nation its highest annual homicide rate in two decades.

Mexico

'Bullets fell like rain': 5,000 displaced in Chiapas

Church leaders warn of 'chilling similarities' between current conflict and what’s been called the 1997 Acetal massacre.

Latin America

Thousands displaced as territory disputes continue in Chiapas

A humanitarian crisis is unfolding in southern Mexico.

Latin America

Mexico struggles to curb violence

Politicians in Mexico are considering adopting a controversial security law that critics say would pose a risk to human rights in the country.

Maternal health

The midwives helping women on the US-Mexico border

In Tijuana, two women who call themselves 'frontier midwives' are supporting women neglected by the healthcare system.

The midwives helping women on the US-Mexico border

TechKnow

Is it too late to save Mexico's vaquita porpoise?

TechKnow explores scientists' last-ditch conservation effort to save the world's smallest porpoise from extinction.

Mexico

Mexico: President's approval rating falls to 31 percent

The approval rating for Mexico's president is at just above 30 percent.

Latin America

US seeks lower trade deficit in NAFTA talks

The fifth round of talks to update the 23-year-old North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) have begun in Mexico City.

Latin America

NAFTA: US-grown corn threatens Mexican crop heritage

US President Donald Trump has vowed to make the North American Free Trade Agreement better serve US interests, but Mexicans are concerned that cheap US imports are destroying Mexico's cultural relationship with its traditional maize varieties.

Latin America

Mexico becoming a medical tourism destination

With its affordable and alternative medical procedures, Mexico is attracting patients from around the world to seek treatment in the Latin American country.

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.