Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez’ Family Demand Justice 9 Years After Murder

By Justice for José Antonio Collective. -

Since the night of October 10, 2012, Taide Elena and Araceli Rodriguez have traveled a long road to access justice for Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez. The road has not been easy. On three [...]

New Evidence In Ayotzinapa Disappearance Case

By Tanya Wadhwa, Peoples Dispatch. -

On September 21, five days before the seventh anniversary of the forced disappearance of 43 students of the Rural Teachers’ College in the town of Ayotzinapa, Mexico, the federal authorities [...]

Cuban And Mexican Presidents Strengthen Solidarity

By W. T. Whitney, Counter Punch. -

The independence of Mexico and of Cuba, got a big hearing in Mexico City on September 16.  On that day in 1810, in Dolores, Mexico, Catholic priest Miguel Hidalgo called upon parishioners to join [...]

Tensions Rise At Third Round Of Stalled Government-Opposition Negotiations

By Paul Dobson, Venezuelanalysis. -

Mérida – The Venezuelan government and US-backed opposition held a third round of talks in Mexico City over the weekend amid increasing friction. The weekend negotiations followed “fruitful” [...]

Indigenous Peoples In Mexico Defend Their Right To Water

By Emilio Godoy, Inter Press News. -

Lerma/Coyotepec, Mexico - In the San Lorenzo Huitzizilapan Otomí indigenous community, in the state of Mexico –adjacent to the country’s capital–, access to water has been based on collective [...]

Hush, Hush (Venezuela Is Winning!)

By Maria Paez Victor, Counterpunch. -

By now it is obvious that the mainstream media does not cover any good news whatsoever about Venezuela.  Even non-political issues are always accompanied by a poisoned cliché sentence or two [...]

Mexico Court Says Criminalising Abortion Unconstitutional

By Aljazeera. -

Mexico’s Supreme Court has ruled that it is unconstitutional to penalise abortion, a major victory for women’s health and reproductive rights that comes amid a “green wave” of abortion [...]

Indigenous Woman Monument To Replace Columbus Statue

By Indian Country Today. -

Mexico City — Christopher Columbus is getting kicked off Mexico City's most iconic boulevard. Mayor Claudia Sheinbaum announced that the Columbus statue on the Paseo de la Reforma, often a [...]

On Contact: A Different Kind Of War

By Chris Hedges, RT. -

On the show this week, Chris Hedges discusses the plight of everyday people victimized by the hardships of life in Mexico and Central America with author and journalist J. Malcolm Garcia. His new [...]

Here’s The Agenda For Venezuela’s Peace Talks In Mexico

By Kawsachun News. -

The Bolivarian government of Venezuela and representatives of the US-backed opposition have officially begun a new dialogue process in Mexico, with the signing of a Memorandum of [...]

Mexico: Indigenous Communities Take Over Water-Bottling Plant

By Tamara Pearson, Green Left. -

For four months, Indigenous and local communities in Mexico have managed to blockade and shut down the Bonafont plant in Cuanala in Puebla state. Bonafont is a bottled water brand owned by [...]

Indigenous Resistance In Guerrero, Mexico

By It's Going Down. -

Last week, Its Going Down and Radio Zapote carried out a collective interview with a member of the Popular Indigenous Council of Guerrero-Emiliano Zapata (CIPOG-EZ)—an Indigenous organization [...]

Mexico Readies Navy Ships To Bring Food, Supplies To Cuba

By Raul Cortes, Reuters. -

Mexico will send two navy ships loaded with food and medical supplies to Cuba, the foreign ministry said on Thursday, after President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador blamed the U.S. embargo for [...]

Mexico: Indigenous Mobilization Defends Their Territory

By Brent Patterson, PBI Canada. -

On June 8, PBI-Mexico posted: “On Saturday, May 29, PBI accompanied a mobilisation of the indigenous communities of Mogotavo, Bacajípare and Huetosachi, of the Sierra Tarahumara for the defense [...]