Magdiel Sánchez Quiroz discusses the increase in violence during the pandemic and the initiatives of solidarity of Mexico’s social movements
Magdiel Sánchez Quiroz discusses some of the factors behind AMLO’s response to COVID-19 and the criticisms from Mexican social movements to his policies
Mexico has quickly become one of the hot-spots of the coronavirus pandemic, Mexican activist Magdiel Sánchez Quiroz discusses the different factors behind the increase
Mexico is the seventh most affected country worldwide by the COVID-19 pandemic and has the fourth-highest death toll in the world
A tsunami alert has been issued for the Pacific coasts of Mexico and Central American countries after the earthquake
We look at the spread of COVID-19 in Latin America and the Caribbean region, as well as responses by governments which have ranged from pro-active and prompt to lax
Hondurans are undertaking this ordeal to escape violence, extreme poverty and for the prospects of a better life.
Mexico has already begun processing hundreds of Central American migrants en route to the United States, despite stating that the migrants are “welcome” to stay
Mexico has committed to strengthening the organization for the development of the region
Oaxaca is the second state after the capital Mexico City to decriminalize elective abortions
Out of the total 142 arrested in the Ayotzinapa Case, 77 have been released and 65 remain in prison.
The massive demonstrations were in response to several high-profile rape cases wherein the perpetrators were police officers