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Mexico is giving digital TVs to poor

Ten million digital televisions are being given away to low-income Mexicans free of charge across the country.

Rising numbers of journalists are being targeted in Mexico

Mexico is the most dangerous country for reporters in Latin America.

New Checks For Foreigners Heading To Mexico On Foot

Walking into Mexico at the nation’s busiest border crossing with the U.S. is no longer an uninterrupted stroll for foreigners.

Can a wall be built between U.S. and Mexico?

Is Donald Trump’s proposed border wall even possible?

Mexico City Bans Cages, Restraints on Neglected, Disabled Children

An advocacy group has worked with the city to provide better living conditions for children in its care.

Mexican commuters swap squats for metro tickets

Mexico City is giving away condoms and metro tickets to commuters willing to do 10 squats as part of a programme to promote exercise in a country where obesity is a rampant health issue.

Uber drivers attacked outside Mexico City airport as taxi drivers demonstrate

A raucous crowd attacked Uber drivers and their vehicles with clubs and stones outside the Mexico City airport.

Former Political Prisoners Fight Criminal Justice System

Bryan Reyes and Jacqueline Santana were released from prison earlier this month after being held on false charges for eight months.

Mexico taxi drivers clash over ‘pirate’ operators

At least nine people were hurt and dozens of vehicles were burnt on Monday after members of two rival taxi driver unions clashed in the southern Mexican city of Chilpancingo.

Femicides Met With Government Indifference

Families of victims and human rights activists have demanded the implementation of a statewide gender alert.

Mexico’s Extraordinary Escape

The head of Mexico’s Sinaloa drugs cartel Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman is on the run again.

What El Chapo’s Escape Means For Mexico

He could be hiding out in Mexico City, he could be heading for a safe compound in Sinaloa.

Why Mexico Did not Extradite ‘El Chapo’ to U.S.

One of the world’s most-wanted men slipped out of a maximum-security prison through a mile-long tunnel that took months in the making.

‘Volcano of Fire’ forces hundreds to flee their homes

Ash spewing from the Colima Volcano has triggered fears of a huge eruption and forced hundreds of local villagers to flee their homes.

New Corruption Scandal Emerges in Mexico

Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s government is facing another corruption scandal.