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.
Mexico's newly sworn-in president has been hailed as a champion of the poor and criticized as an authoritarian radical. His inauguration marks a dramatic political shift, with voters fed up with corruption and crime.
Prosecutors describe El Chapo as a murderous drug kingpin who terrorized communities. The trial is being held under intense security.
Five men have been arrested over footage showing a cardboard effigy of Grenfell Tower burning as people jeer and make offensive comments. The video has been widely criticized as sickening and racist.
Prosecutors have accused Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman of directing massive drug shipments from Mexico into the United States. His defense has downplayed the drug lord's role in the drug operation, calling him a "scapegoat."
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