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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

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News about Mexico, including commentary and archival articles published in The New York Times.

Chronology of Coverage

  1. Sep. 30, 2014
    Authorities in Guerrero, Mexico, are searching for 57 students from teaching college who went missing after gunmen fired on demonstration they were attending, killing three students and three others; Guerrero official says witnesses identified gunmen as local police officers. MORE
  2. Sep. 25, 2014
    People aboard a Mexican sailboat rescue a fisherman who had been adrift at sea for a week after his boat was swamped by a tropical storm; his companion was found dead in swamped boat. MORE
  3. Sep. 24, 2014
    Mexico's National Human Rights Commission will investigate incident in which army soldiers killed 22 people amid clash in June; one bystander has claimed that some of the criminals involved were killed after surrendering. MORE
  4. Sep. 22, 2014
    Mexico, under pressure from United States and other Central America countries, has taken unusual steps to stem the flow of migrants traveling from Central America to the US, sweeping trains, setting up checkpoints and raiding hotels and flophouses; increasing difficulty of trek is among factors that may explain why fewer migrants are crossing into southwestern US. MORE
  5. Sep. 20, 2014
    American and Mexican authorities, days after powerful hurricane hit one of Mexico's most popular Pacific resorts, continue to airlift stranded tourists from area afflicted by looting and still lacking electricity and potable water. MORE

Articles

Mexico: Students Missing After Protest

Authorities in Guerrero are searching for 57 students from a teachers college who have been missing since Friday when gunmen fired on a demonstration they were attending.
September 30, 2014, Tuesday

Growing, and Growing Vulnerable

A new report from the National Research Council found that the effect of climate change is especially harsh on the United States barrier islands, which are also pressured by rapid development.
September 30, 2014, Tuesday

Mexico Holds 8 in Army in Inquiry of 22 Deaths

The arrests represent a reversal for officials who initially described the June encounter as a shootout.
September 27, 2014, Saturday

Presidential Candidate in Navajo Nation Protests a Language Requirement

Chris Deschene, a former member of the Arizona House of Representatives, has struggled to speak his tribe’s language in his campaign for president of the Navajo Nation.
September 27, 2014, Saturday

For Love of Family

Brussels-based designers Jorge Almada and Anne-Marie Midy couldn’t help but return to the remote beauty of his childhood home in the Sonoran desert to stake a claim of their own.
September 26, 2014, Friday

Mexican Congressman Was Likely Executed by Drug Cartel, Prosecutor Says

Gabriel Gómez Michel was kidnapped with an aide on Monday in Guadalajara, and their charred remains were found in a burned-out pickup the next day.
September 25, 2014, Thursday

Mexico: Adrift Fisherman Is Rescued

People aboard a Mexican sailboat rescued a fisherman who had been adrift at sea for a week after his boat was swamped by a tropical storm.
September 25, 2014, Thursday

President Enrique Peña Nieto of Mexico to Address U.N. General Assembly

The Mexican president, still more popular abroad than he is at home, is expected to promote steps to modernize and remake Mexico’s economy and raise the standard of living when he addresses the General Assembly on Wednesday.
September 24, 2014, Wednesday

Mexico: Lawmaker Is Feared Dead After Being Abducted

Two charred bodies were discovered Tuesday inside a burned-out vehicle in which a congressman and his driver were kidnapped at gunpoint the previous day, the Mexican authorities said.
September 24, 2014, Wednesday

Mexico: Inquiry Set to Focus On Killings in Army Shootout

Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission said Tuesday that it was investigating the deaths of 22 people in a clash with the army in June.
September 24, 2014, Wednesday

Mexico Navigator

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Multimedia

For Migrants, a Difficult Journey Through Mexico
Mexico is trying to disrupt the flow of migrants traveling from Central America to the United States. Many are determined to make the trip anyway.
For Migrants, a Difficult Journey Through Mexico
Mexico is trying to disrupt the flow of migrants traveling from Central America to the United States. Many are determined to make the trip anyway.
Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill Multimedia Collection
An interactive map tracking the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, plus: Video, graphics and photos.
Ruling on the 2010 Gulf of Mexico Oil Well Blowout
U.S. District Court Judge Carl J. Barbier ruled on Thursday that BP was grossly negligent in the oil rig explosion that killed 11 workers, spilled millions of barrels of oil into the Gulf of Mexico and soiled hundreds of miles of beaches.
Christie Addresses Trade in Mexico
Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey arrived in Mexico on Wednesday as part of a three-day trade mission.
Two Countries, No Home
After having grown up in the United States as an undocumented immigrant, Rufino Santiz Díaz decided to go back to Mexico — and now finds himself caught between two worlds.
Stranded at the Border
Mexico is trying to slow down the flow of migrants coming though its southern border by detaining them, and sometimes deporting them back to its Central American neighbors.
In Mexico, a Stalled Journey
While thousands of child migrants from Central America have crossed the Rio Grande to U.S. soil, thousands more don’t make it that far. Many end up detained or broke in towns like Reynosa, Mexico.
Intersection | Mexico City’s Spirited Style
In the Roma Norte neighborhood, Camila Sarasola Montiel, a real estate agent, wears a tattoo that says “love yourself” to remind herself to feel beautiful and embrace being plus-size.
World Cup 2014: Netherlands Defeats Mexico, 2-1
Mexico took a lead into the 88th minute, but fell behind six minutes later, en route to a defeat and another elimination in the Round of 16.