In 2014 in Iguala, Mexico, assailants shot dead six people and kidnapped 43 students - who've never been seen again. What happened? Human rights activists are trying to find out using the latest digital technology.
More than a dozen police officers have been killed in an ambush in the western Mexican state of Michoacan, authorities said. The Jalisco New Generation drug cartel is suspected of being behind the slayings.
A reporter for National Geographic was interviewing a purported drug dealer when an ambush took place. The journalist was shot in the leg, while the alleged dealer and an associate were killed.
The Mexican government has the power to investigate what really happened to the 43 students who disappeared in 2016. Investigators must speak to witnesses and protect those who share information, writes Anabel Hernandez.
Armed men opened fire with machine guns and threw petrol bombs inside a table dance bar in a major port city. President Lopez Obrador suggests collusion with authorities was a root cause.
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