Mexico City is bracing for demonstrations as caravans of students and family members of missing students converge.
Authorities in the northern Mexican state of Tamaulipas say six people have been killed in a small plane crash.
Police in the Mexican border state of Tamaulipas wounded a pregnant 14-year-old US citizen.
The woman told that she’d been threatened by agents of the Mexico State prosecutors’ office if she talked about what happened.
The hunt for fugitive ex-mayor and his wife accused of running their Mexican town as a narco-fiefdom ended Tuesday.
A US Marine veteran, who fought in Afghanistan, returned home to Florida after spending 8 months in a Mexican jail.
Mexican authorities have officially confirmed through DNA testing that three of the four dead were US citizens.
Mexico says 19 suspects died in three nearly simultaneous confrontations just across the border from Texas.
Instead of finding the 43, authorities are asking “Who are the 28?”
Attorney General Jesus Murillo Karam declined late Tuesday to speculate on any link between the speech and the violence.
The newly created preventative unit of the federal police was tasked with keeping order in Iguala.
The chief prosecutor of violence-plagued Guerrero state said it would take at least 15 days to identify the 28 bodies in the grave.
About 100 soldiers, marines and federal and state police cordoned off the area and kept journalists away from the burial pits.
Mexico City and six of Mexico’s 32 states have now banned circus animals.
China, which tested more than 16,000 samples, recorded just 46 (0.30%) cases with adverse findings.