Mexico City:UNI/Sputnik: Fourteen people have died and another sustained injuries after a Black Hawk military helicopter of the Mexican Navy crashed in the northern Mexican state of Sinaloa on Saturday, the Navy said.
Mexico City/UNI/Sputnik: Mexico’s Former President Luis Echeverria Alvarez, who led the country from 1970-1976, has died at the age of 100, country’s President Manuel Lopez Obrador has confirmed.
Mexico City/UNI/Sputnik: A court in Mexico suspended bullfighting at the world's largest bullring Plaza Mexico, Forbes Mexico reported.
Mexico City/UNI/Xinhua: At least 11 people were shot dead Monday night by an armed group in Celaya in the Mexican state of Guanajuato, local authorities said Tuesday.
Ottawa/IBNS: Canada has lost to the US in the first-ever dispute case under the new North American trade agreement when a three-member panel agreed that Canada's imposition of complicated rules violated its promise to allow more dairy imports.
New York: Lack of opportunities, gangs, organized crime, the ravages of the pandemic and climate change, have triggered the displacement of nearly one million people in Mexico and Central America in recent years.
Mexico City/UNI/Xinhua: At least 19 people were killed and around 25 others injured on Friday after their bus crashed into a house in central Mexico due to a brake malfunction, a local official said.
Buenos Aires/UNI/Sputnik: Nearly 20 people were killed as a result of a major accident on a highway in Mexico, the country’s federal highway authority, CAPUFE, informed.
New York: Central America and Mexico are facing “unprecedented pressure” as the number of people seeking international protection rises and access to asylum and territory is being limited through troubling new border restrictions, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) said on Thursday.
New York: The number of migrant children reported in Mexico has increased sharply, jumping from 380 to nearly 3,500 since the beginning of the year: a nine-fold rise, the UN Children’s Fund, UNICEF, reported on Tuesday.
New York: UN agencies have begun preparing individuals and families at the Matamoros informal camp, near the United States-Mexico border, for entry into the US, following the termination of a policy that forced asylum seekers to wait for immigration hearings in Mexico.
Mexico City/Sputnik: The Mexican Health Ministry has updated the levels of epidemiological danger for all regions of the country and announced for the first time a low level of threat in the southern state of Chiapas and neighboring Campeche.
New York: Following the gruesome death of a Mexican journalist specializing in crime reporting, who was found beheaded on Wednesday, UN chief António Guterres has issued a statement condemning the increasing number of attacks made on media workers worldwide.
Mexico City/Xinhua: Mexico lost 921,583 jobs in the first half of 2020 largely due to the impact of COVID-19, the Mexican Institute of Social Security (IMSS) reported on Sunday.
Mexico City/UNI: The Prosecutor's Office of Mexico's Chihuahua State said a Cessna light aircraft had crashed killing the pilot and five passengers.