|Corrupt State Auditors Behind Massive Embezzlement in Mexico, Analysts Say|
Corrupt state auditors and a federal government unwilling to tackle widespread corruption paved the way for the alleged embezzlement of more than $13 billion by former and current governors in Mexico.
|Again, Mexico Says It's Not Paying a Dime for Donald Trump's Border Wall|
Mexico reiterated on Tuesday that it will not pay a dime for President Trump’s proposed border wall, with the country’s foreign minister going one step further to describe the wall’s construction a "hostile" act.
|Survey Finds Four Out of 10 Children in Mexico Say They Feel Unsafe in School|
Mexico has been consistently ranked one of the most violent countries in Latin America and the world, with drug cartels and gang activity permeating much of everyday life. Naturally, some of that leaks into schools.
|Truck Carrying Potentially Dangerous Radioactive Material Stolen in State of Jalisco|
The Mexican government has placed nine states on high alert after radioactive material capable of creating a dirty bomb was stolen near the nation’s second largest city.
|CDMX Tackles Sexual Harassment By Letting Men Experience It First Hand|
UN Women and the Mexican government are trying to fight the problem with a campaign called #NoEsDeHombres that seeks to make men feel objectified, ostensibly so that they suddenly understand what it’s like to be harassed and never to do it to another woman again.
|Senate Debates 90-Year Prison Sentences for Forced Disappearance Crimes|
The Senate is expected to vote on the reform this week, after months of work by human rights organizations.
|Amnesty Program Is Something All Expats Who Live in Mexico Illegally Should Know About|
Expats in Mexico
If you are currently living in Mexico without a visa or have over-stayed your visa, you should know that the Mexican government has an amnesty program for expats who live in Mexico illegally.
|Rights Defenders Warn Funds for Journalists' Security in Mexico About to End|
Funds available for the protection of journalists in Mexico are about to be exhausted, despite increased attacks on journalists, human rights defenders warn.
|March Sees Mexico's Unrelenting Violence Climbing to Highest Levels Since 2011|
Mexico has surpassed 2,000 homicides in a month for the first time since the summer of 2011 and had more killings in the first quarter of 2017 than in the start of any year in at least two decades.
|IAHCR Says Government's Probe Into Suspected Student Massacre 'Has Stalled'|
A human rights commission has accused Mexican investigators of stalling in their inquiry into the disappearance of 43 students in 2014. The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights is conducting its own probe in the country.
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