Author: Maria Verza

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In 2017, Toronto-based Citizen Lab found that some of Mexico's most prominent journalists, human rights activists, politicians and investigators had been targeted by Pegasus spy... [Read More]
An internet watchdog group says the widow of a slain Mexican journalist was the target of an attempted spyware attack 10 days after his death.... [Read More]
Mexico's President Elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, right, listens to his Secretary of Communication and Transport Javier Jimenez Espriu during a press conference about the... [Read More]
Lucia Diaz and other volunteers have found more than 300 bodies in clandestine graves along Mexico's Gulf coast, and she embodies the trepidation, hope and... [Read More]
For much of the past century, it was hard to get elected to any office in Mexico — even to get a government job —... [Read More]
Ricardo Anaya's supporters see him as a wunderkind — intelligent, eloquent and able to work a stage like a polished TED speaker. Detractors call him... [Read More]
A pair of rubber-gloved hands carefully separates the red 'Evidence' tape from a paper bag and empties the contents onto a table. Hundreds of burnt... [Read More]
A pair of rubber-gloved hands carefully separates the red "Evidence" tape from a paper bag and empties the contents onto a table. Hundreds of burnt... [Read More]
A pair of rubber-gloved hands carefully separates the red "Evidence" tape from a paper bag and empties the contents onto a table. Hundreds of burnt... [Read More]
Pan American Silver Corp. says it is cutting back operations at its mine in northern Mexico because of safety concerns. [Read More]
Canada's Pan American Silver Corp. said it is cutting back operations at its mine in northern Mexico due to safety concerns, the latest in a... [Read More]
Workers at Canadian-own silver and gold mine in northern Mexico say they are afraid to leave the mine encampment because of threats by armed groups.... [Read More]
Mexico's turbulent relationship with the U.S. government under President Donald Trump dominated the country's second presidential debate Sunday. [Read More]
A police officer and a judge were detained in southeastern Mexico for jailing and trying to prosecute a journalist allegedly without evidence and in retaliation... [Read More]
Thousands of people have gathered in Mexico's second-largest city to protest the deaths of three film students who were killed and dissolved in acid in... [Read More]
Mental health crisis unfolds in the country after years of drug wars and little psychological help. [Read More]
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights says Mexico's investigation of the 2014 disappearance of 43 students has been based on... [Read More]
The bronco, the jaguar, and the former first lady: These three outsiders appear destined for Mexico's July 1 ballot as the first independent candidates to... [Read More]
A prosecutor in southern Mexico says one of two priests shot to death in a road ambush had been photographed earlier holding an assault rifle... [Read More]
Search dogs led authorities to the grisly discovery of four clandestine graves containing at least 33 bodies in a sugarcane field in Mexico's Pacific coast... [Read More]
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