Maria de Jesus Tlatempa Bello had come more than 1,110 miles from her home in Guerrero, Mexico, to tell the story of her son, Jose Eduardo, one of the Ayotzinapa 43. Organized by a coalition of grassroots organizations in the United States, they are traveling across the U.S. to raise awareness about the growing number of disappearances in Mexico and to put pressure on the Mexican government to find the 43 students.
Tag Archives: Drug War
The Texas answer to New Mexico’s “Breaking Bad” was old Hollywood all the way.
Experts on Mexico say notorious drug kingpin, Joaquin “Chapo” Guzman’s capture will result in more violence.
The trial of a man accused of orchestrating the assassinations of the three people linked to the U.S. Consulate pries open secrets of the cartel war in Juarez.
Marisela Reyes Salazar, a human rights activist from Mexico, has won her political asylum case in the United States.
The author of a pioneering blog about Mexico’s drug war has said that she has fled the country and that her blog partner has gone missing.
Mexico’s new president Enrique Peña Nieto has adopted a policy of not talking about the violence plaguing his country. Gone are the press conferences […]
Melissa del Bosque interviews Marry Cuddehe, the first journalist to take an in-depth look into the mysterious shooting of ICE agent Jaime Zapata in Mexico.