Seven Mexican prison officials charged over Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman escape

Seven prison officials from the Mexican jail where drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman escaped were charged over the affair and taken to a federal detention center Friday, authorities said.

Mexico police search hotels, hospitals for drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman
Mexico police search hotels, hospitals for drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman

Mexican authorities are searching hotels, hospitals and funeral homes while distributing 100,000 leaflets with recent pictures Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman in a massive manhunt for the fugitive drug lord, officials said Wednesday.

Mexico holds 22 prison officials over Guzman escape

Mexican prosecutors investigating the escape of drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman formally placed 22 prison officials in custody on Tuesday over suspicions that the infamous fugitive had inside help.

Mexico seizes USD 11.5 mn hidden in strawberry truck

Mexican authorities seized USD 11.5 million in cash hidden in a truck carrying strawberries at a customs checkpoint near the US border, officials said on Tuesday.

Top prison officials sacked over Mexico drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman escape

Three top Mexican prison officials were fired Monday over the escape of drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, amid suspicions guards helped him flee.

Mexico`s `Chapo` set to reclaim drug kingpin crown

A free man again, Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman could reclaim his crown as Mexico`s top drug lord and expand his Sinaloa cartel`s territory while his main rivals languish in prison.

Mexico could be first in world to limit Uber cars: Draft

Mexico City could become the first city in the world to limit the number of Uber cars, draft regulation shows, in the latest potential hurdle for the ride-hailing service that has spurred a regulatory backlash around the globe.

Teen held after her acrobat mother, sister dismembered in Mexico

An ethnic Russian teenager has been accused of dismembering her acrobat mother and younger sister and storing their body parts in plastic bags, Mexican officials said.

Gunmen kill 10 in north Mexico beer hall: Official

Gunmen stormed a beer hall in northern Mexico on Friday, killing 10 people in broad daylight in a suburb of the industrial city of Monterrey, authorities said.

Uber says open to being regulated in massive Mexico City market

Ride-hailing service Uber Technologies Inc is open to being regulated in Mexico City, a company spokesperson said on Wednesday, as the rapidly growing start-up seeks to cement its expansion in one of the largest cities in the Americas.

Mexico slams Donald Trump`s `absurd` remarks
Mexico slams Donald Trump`s `absurd` remarks

Mexico`s interior minister hit back Tuesday at "absurd" remarks made by US billionaire and presidential candidate Donald Trump, who said Mexican migrants were bringing crime and drugs to the United States.

Mexico`s former first lady eyes 2018 presidential run

Mexico`s former first lady Margarita Zavala, whose husband Felipe Calderon launched the country`s controversial militarised drug war, plans to run for president in 2018.

People in Mexico attempt selfie world record

 Nearly 2,000 people in Mexico City on June 13 attempted to create a world record for the most number of consecutive selfies taken at a place.

Independent makes history in Mexico governor race

A foul-mouthed rancher nicknamed "El Bronco" shook up Mexico`s midterm elections, riding a wave of discontent with political parties to become the first independent to win a governorship.

Five killed in plane crash outside Mexico City

Five people were killed when a small plane went down on the highway that connects Mexico City to the city of Queretaro, the communications and transportation secretariat said.

Five killed in plane crash outside Mexico City

Five people were killed when a small plane went down on the highway that connects Mexico City to the city of Queretaro, the communications and transportation secretariat said.

Mexico drops grenade charges after suspects tortured

A judge in Mexico has dropped charges against four men after some of them were tortured into confessing to tossing grenades into a crowd, killing eight people, authorities said Wednesday.

Mexico cab drivers snarl traffic in anti-Uber demo

Thousands of Mexico City taxi drivers snarled traffic in the mega-capital on Monday in a protest demanding that the government ban US ride-sharing service Uber.

Tornado kills at least 11 in Mexico

At least 11 people were killed today when a tornado tore through a Mexican town along the US border, officials said.

Mexico seeks to curb duck head-tearing ritual

Mexican environmental authorities have filed an animal cruelty complaint against a ritual in which participants rip off the heads of live ducks.