The archaeologist is the first Mexican to be appointed curator of pre-Hispanic artefacts at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Increasingly desperate adults and children are crossing the Rio Grande at night, with water up to their necks, in an attempt to reach Del Río in Texas despite pushback from border patrols
The government is working on a plan to attract people who left the country during the crisis
Created in 2014, the group drew its largest crowd ever at the weekend as polls suggest it could win a seat in Congress
Sects in Spain, often disguised as meditation or yoga groups, prey on people from all backgrounds including lawyers, psychologists and scientists
Family of Arancha Gutiérrez, killed during holidays on island of Tortuguero, has called for more support
Supporters of the regime gathered on Sunday to demand the Spanish government halt its plans to exhume the former dictator
The biggest rise in absolute terms was seen in the United Kingdom, with 12,141 new registrations