|9 Years Later, Families of 43 Missing Mexican Students March to Demand Answers in Emblematic Case|
Chanting from one to 43, relatives of students abducted nine years ago counted out the number of the missing youths as they marched through Mexico City to demand answers to one of Mexico’s most infamous human rights cases.
|Drug Cartels Are Fifth Biggest Employer in Mexico, With 175,000 Workers|
A vast network of 150 cartels are recruiting upwards of 350 new members a week. This puts the Mexican drug trade on par with industries like general practice medicine – which employed 189,000 people in 2023 - according to the Mexican government.
|A New Border Crossing: Americans Turn to Mexico for Abortions|
The New York Times
American women are seeking help from Mexico for abortions, crystallizing the shifting policies of two nations that once held vastly different positions on the procedure.
|Migrants Hoping to Reach Us Continue North Through Mexico by Train Amid Historic Migration Levels|
Despite violence from drug cartels and the dangers that come with riding atop the train cars, such freight trains — known collectively as “The Beast” — have long been used by migrants to travel north.
|Mexican Police Cuff Crooked ‘Demon Doll’ Chucky|
Handcuffed, a knife still sticking out of his overalls, the Chucky doll hunches against the wall as police hold him by his bright orange hair to take his mug shot.
|’Alien Bodies ’Put Through X-ray Machines and CT Scans in Mexico|
Mexican doctors have carried out several laboratory studies on the remains of alleged non-human beings, which were presented in recent days to Mexico’s congress.
|Mexico Ramps Up Fight Against Child Porn|
The Mexican government is reporting the August arrests of four people on human trafficking charges related to the production and distribution of child pornography.
|A Mausoleum for Transgender Women Is Inaugurated in Mexico’s Capital|
Built in Iztapalapa, the most populous borough of Mexico’s capital, the burial site is the first one of its kind in the country.
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