Tag: <span>iguala</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 >

One Year On, Truth Remains Elusive in Case of Mexico’s Missing Students

One year ago today, a convoy of students travelling from a rural teachers’ college in Mexico was ambushed and greeted with deadly force in the town of Iguala, about 90 […] Read More >

Mexico Marks Ayotzinapa Anniversary With Prosecutor for Disappeared

Top Story — Mexico’s President Enrique Peña Nieto on Thursday said he will appoint a special prosecutor to investigate the fates of thousands of missing people, days before the one-year […] Read More >

Great Reads Round-Up: March 30-April 5

The Rookie and the Zetas: How the Feds Took Down a Drug Cartel’s Horse-Racing Empire Joe Tone. Dallas Observer. April 1 2015. (6,804 words) The Treviño brothers led diametrically opposed […] Read More >

Forensic Report Casts Doubt on Government Account in Mexico’s Missing Students Case

Top Story — An investigation conducted by a world-renowned team of forensic experts called into question the Mexican government’s verdict on the fate of the 43 students missing since September […] Read More >

Mexican Attorney General Officially Declares 43 Missing Students Dead

Top Story — Evidence in the case of the 43 students missing from Iguala, Mexico, since Sept. 26 conclusively proves that they are dead, Attorney General Jesús Murillo Karam announced […] Read More >

Mexico’s Peña Nieto Meets With Obama Amid Missing Student Crisis

Top Story — Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto visited the White House on Tuesday, where he and U.S. President Barack Obama praised one another’s recent efforts on immigration reform while […] Read More >

Mexico Charges Iguala First Lady as Missing Student Investigation Continues

Top Story — The former first lady of Iguala, the Mexican town where 43 students went missing last September, has been charged with money laundering and organized crime in connection […] 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 >