John Holman

John Holman

Latin America

Mexico's soup kitchens are shutting down

President says he ordered a budget cut for social programmes to stamp out corruption, but the move surprised many.

Mexico's soup kitchens are shutting down

Latin America

Mexico's indigenous languages at risk of disappearing

Indigenous people have historically been discriminated against, even punished for speaking their languages in schools.

Mexico's indigenous languages at risk of disappearing

Latin America

How Mexico processed El Chapo's conviction

How Mexico is reacting to the conviction of drug kingpin 'El Chapo' after a trial that captured the world's attention.

How Mexico processed El Chapo's conviction

Latin America

Mexico's disappeared: 40,000 missing

Families are still looking for their loved ones, blame the government for not doing enough to find them.

Mexico's disappeared: 40,000 missing

US & Canada

Honduran family reach US after crossing three countries

Al Jazeera first met the Reyes Zelaya family with eight months pregnant Erly struggling to walk 40 kilometres a day.

Honduran family reach US after crossing three countries

Latin America

Central American migrants watch Trump's televised speech

The main reaction was indignation, as he doubled down on his depiction of them as prospective criminals.

Central American migrants watch Trump's televised speech

Latin America

Challenges facing Brazil's new president

Far-right President Bolsonaro has a lot to deal with in South America's largest economy.

Challenges facing Brazil's new president

Latin America

How will Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro impact the world?

Incoming president of Brazil is a far-right populist with an affinity for military dictatorships of the country’s past.

How will Brazil's Jair Bolsonaro impact the world?

Latin America

Will Mexico's president be able to cut top government salaries?

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador campaigned on a promise to curb salaries of top officials and improve workers' wages.

Will Mexico's president be able to cut top government salaries?

Latin America

Mexico’s top court ruling can change lives of domestic workforce

The ensuing legal changes can revolutionise the lives of nearly two million domestic workers facing discrimination.

Mexico’s top court ruling can change lives of domestic workforce

Latin America

Mexico's presidential palace opens to public

As part of his austerity drive, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador says Los Pinos will become a cultural centre, while he will live instead in his own house.

Mexico's presidential palace opens to public

Latin America

Obrador moves to scrap Mexico's controversial education reforms

Mexican President AMLO begins process to undo education reforms and make study free, but at what cost?

Obrador moves to scrap Mexico's controversial education reforms