Alma Espinoza, sister of a victim, with a memorial to the dead.

Investigation flawed in Narvarte murders

An independent human rights organization has charged that the investigation into a high-profile 2015 multi-homicide in Mexico City was deficient and poorly managed by an inept and inefficient system. The FULL STORY

Querétaro Governor Domínguez, center, promoting his state this week in France.

Governor announces new industrial park

The governor of Querétaro announced a new 1.6-billion-peso (US $88-million) industrial park during a business trip to France. Covering a surface area of almost 104 hectares, the High Technology Industrial FULL STORY

An immigration agent and Central American migrants.

Child migrants are up 30% in Durango

The National Immigration Institute (INM) has detained 300 Central Americans in Durango so far this year, all of whom were migrants travelling to the United States, and an increasing proportion FULL STORY