United States

Congress votes to reverse Trump's declaration on border wall

US Congress rejects Trump's emergency declaration to spend $8bn to build a wall along its border with Mexico.

Latin America

Missing migrants: 19 people disappear in Mexico

Mexican government said it is launching a search for 19 migrants who were pulled from a bus last week by armed men.

Mexico

Popularity sky-high, Mexico's AMLO marks 100 days in office

As promised, Lopez Obrador has cut public sector pay, given up presidential perks and launched new welfare programmes.

Popularity sky-high, Mexico's AMLO marks 100 days in office

Latin America

War, amputation, refuge: A Salvadoran migrant's story

Jose de Eugenio Lopez has fled his El Salvador home three times. Last month, he received protection in Mexico.

War, amputation, refuge: A Salvadoran migrant's story

Mexico

At least 15 killed at nightclub shooting in central Mexico

Another seven people were injured on Saturday when attackers opened fire in Salamanca city.

At least 15 killed at nightclub shooting in central Mexico

Latin America

Truck accident in Mexico kills 25 Central American migrants

Authorities say at least 29 others injured after truck carrying dozens of migrants overturned in southern Mexico.

Truck accident in Mexico kills 25 Central American migrants

United States

US gov't 'created database' of reporters covering migrant caravan

Groups express concern after NBC obtains leaked documents showing secret gov't list of journalists, activists at border.

US gov't 'created database' of reporters covering migrant caravan

Oscars

Mexico's Roma wins Oscar for best foreign language film

Netflix film nabs awards for Best Director, Foreign Language Film and Cinematography.

Mexico's Roma wins Oscar for best foreign language film

Latin America

Mexico's president to choose head of force

The opposition fears the president's will go back on his promise to appoint a civilian as the leader.

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.

Asylum Seekers

Lawsuit challenges US gov't over sending asylum seekers to Mexico

The Trump administration has been returning some non-Mexican asylum seekers to Mexico to wait for court decisions.

Lawsuit challenges US gov't over sending asylum seekers to Mexico

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.

Drug cartels

Mexican drug lord Joaquin 'El Chapo' Guzman guilty in US trial

US jury convicts the notorious Mexican drug cartel boss of operating a criminal enterprise.

Farming

Keeping Aztec farming traditions alive in Mexico

Chinampas, or man-made islands for crop farming, date back to Aztec times.

Keeping Aztec farming traditions alive in Mexico

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.