Tag: <span>guerrero</span>

Mexico’s Attorney General Releases Files on ‘Flawed’ Iguala Probe

Top Story — Mexico’s attorney general on Sunday released a massive trove of files pertaining to her office’s investigation of the disappearances last year of 43 students in the state […] Read More >

Mexico Human Rights Group Finds Errors in Investigation of 43 Missing Students

Hello to all our Today in Latin America subscribers. The LAND staff will be taking vacation until the beginning of September, meaning our daily newsletter will be on hold until […] Read More >

In New York, Protesters Against Police Brutality Embrace Families of Mexico’s Missing Students

NEW YORK — Seven months to the day after watching two of his classmates get shot in the head and many more get taken away — never to be heard […] Read More >

Ex-Governor’s Brother Latest Mexico Corruption Arrest

Top Story — Mexican officials arrested the brother of former Guerrero state Gov. Ángel Aguirre on Tuesday, accusing him of taking some $19 million in kickbacks for construction contracts. Carlos […] Read More >

Mexican Federal Police Implicated in Student Killings

Top Story — Federal authorities in Mexico appear to have participated in the September attack on a group of teacher trainees in the state of Guerrero, contrary to prior government […] Read More >

Mexico Identifies Remains of One Missing Student

Mexico’s Attorney General announced on Sunday that the remains of one student among the 43 missing since September have been identified. The positive DNA identification of Alexander Mora, 19, made […] Read More >

Two Years in, Peña Nieto’s Approval Ratings Hit Historic Low

Top Story — The second anniversary of  Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto’s presidency on Monday was marked by widespread protests and news that the president’s approval ratings had hit their […] Read More >

Peña Nieto Says Protesters Seek To Destabilize Mexico

Top Story — Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto on Tuesday accused “violent movements” of taking advantage of anger over the September disappearance of 43 students to sow unrest as discontent […] Read More >

Missing Iguala Students Incinerated, Attorney General Says, as Mexico Erupts in Protests

Top Story — The 43 students missing since late September were killed and their remains incinerated, Mexico’s attorney general announced in a press conference Friday. According to Murillo Karam, the […] Read More >

Despite New Leads, No Answers in Search For Missing Students

Top Story — The search continues for Mexico’s 43 missing students in Guerrero state as authorities have not been able to confirm that new mass graves contain the students’ remains. […] Read More >