Latin America

Mexico's Senate approves Supreme Court judge's resignation

The resignation of Medina Mora, who served just 4 years of a 15-year term, came amid a suspicious bank transfers probe.

Mexico's Senate approves Supreme Court judge's resignation

Latin America

Thousands of African migrants stuck in limbo in Mexico

Mexican officials have stopped them after coming under pressure from Washington.

Mexico

Is Mexico's president fulfilling 'Robin Hood' policies?

AMLO has given up the luxurious Mexican White House compound, moved to sell off the presidential jet and cut exorbitant government salaries.

AJ Impact

UAW rejects new GM offer, as strike spurs 6,000 Mexico furloughs

Labour action could cost United States automaker $1bn, as union workers receive small fraction of regular salaries.

UAW rejects new GM offer, as strike spurs 6,000 Mexico furloughs

AJ Impact

Mexico's Pemex seeks control of US oil firm's billion-barrel find

The push comes amid a drive by President Lopez Obrador to return more control of the energy sector to Pemex.

Mexico's Pemex seeks control of US oil firm's billion-barrel find

Child rights

US judge blocks Trump rules for detained migrant children

Trump administration had unveiled new rules that would allow officials to detain migrant families indefinitely.

US judge blocks Trump rules for detained migrant children

US-Mexico border

US House votes again to end Trump's border emergency declaration

Measure now goes to the White House where President Donald Trump is expected to veto it.

US House votes again to end Trump's border emergency declaration

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

Latin America

Mexico: Five years since 43 students' disappearance

The suspected abduction and massacre in 2014 caused a crisis for the previous government.

Mexico

Mexico's Oaxaca becomes second state to decriminalise abortion

More than 9,000 women in the impoverished southern state undergo clandestine abortions every year.

Mexico's Oaxaca becomes second state to decriminalise abortion

Talk to Al Jazeera

Ballet dancer Isaac Hernandez: Changing Mexico through the arts

The first Mexican lead principal at the English National Ballet believes that dance can help build a better country.

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

Latin America

Mexico 2017 earthquakes: Funds, reconstruction still on hold

The Mexican government still lacks a mechanism that tracks emergency spending for recovery funds for the 2017 earthquakes.

Mexico

Mexico reopens investigation into disappearance of 43 students

Suspected abduction and massacre in 2014 caused a crisis for the previous government.

Mexico reopens investigation into disappearance of 43 students