Lucina Melesio

Lucina Melesio

Human Rights

New probe begins into Mexico's missing Ayotzinapa students case

Officials say they're 'rethinking' past probes as search for the 43 students who went missing 5 years ago continues.

New probe begins into Mexico's missing Ayotzinapa students case

Human Rights

Case of 43 Ayotzinapa missing students unresolved five years on

Families, friends and rights groups demand more government action in finding 43 students who disappeared five years ago.

Case of 43 Ayotzinapa missing students unresolved five years on

Earthquake

Mexico quake: Two years on, recovery slow but survivors hopeful

New gov't made changes to handling of reconstruction funds, but survivors say more must be done to fully recover.

Mexico quake: Two years on, recovery slow but survivors hopeful

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador

Mexico tightens its belt, and the press feels the squeeze

AMLO's plan to cut more than 50 percent of government media advertising comes amid mounting concerns over press freedom.

Mexico tightens its belt, and the press feels the squeeze

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's first six months: Success?

Murder rates across Mexico are still on the rise - and that is just one troubling metric.

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's first six months: Success?

Mexico

Widow of slain Mexican journalist 'targeted by spyware'

Watchdog group says Griselda Triana received bait messages 10 days after her husband, Javier Valdez, was killed.

Widow of slain Mexican journalist 'targeted by spyware'

Mexico

Leftist Lopez Obrador sworn in as Mexico president

Former Mexico City mayor ran three times before winning presidency in a historic landslide in July.

Leftist Lopez Obrador sworn in as Mexico president

Mexico

Ayotzinapa 43 four years on: Renewed hope for finding truth

Four years after 43 students went missing, Mexico's President-elect Lopez Obrador promises renewed investigation.

Ayotzinapa 43 four years on: Renewed hope for finding truth

Earthquake

Mexico quake one year on: Families still wait for help to rebuild

Survivors of last year's deadly Mexico City tremor say they're still awaiting clarity on how to access funds to rebuild.

Mexico quake one year on: Families still wait for help to rebuild

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