CINEMA

Netflix removes Castilian Spanish subtitles from Alfonso Cuarón’s ‘Roma’

The decision of the streaming service to offer an alternative version on the hit movie had caused controversy, with the director himself calling it “offensive”

CINEMA

Mexican cinema arrives in force at the 2018 Venice Film Festival

The much-awaited ‘Roma’ from director Alfonso Cuarón will premier tonight, while the jury will be presided by Oscar-winner Guillermo del Toro

CINEMA

Mexico wowed by Pixar’s Day of the Dead tribute ‘Coco’

The animated movie has already been seen by more than 21 million people in the Latin American country

Mexico-US relations

Mexico launches campaign to help immigrants in the United States

Information includes advice on what people should do if they are arrested by immigration officers

Mexico–US relations

Mexico City mayor: “Trump has realized that Mexico can take a tougher stance”

Miguel Ángel Mancera accuses US president of seeing its neighbor as a company he can control

LATIN AMERICA

Mexican president calls off trip to Washington over Trump border wall

Earlier in the day, US president said it is “better to cancel” if the country won’t foot construction bill

LATIN AMERICA

Mexico sees the most deadly year of Peña Nieto presidency

2016 set to close with over 20,800 homicides due to a spike in drug cartel violence since July

GENDER VIOLENCE IN LATIN AMERICA

Mexican senator vows to fight gender violence after vicious attack

Ana Gabriela Guevara was brutally beaten by four men on Sunday in a road rage incident

US ELECTIONS

Mexicans fear for future after Trump threats to block money transfers

US president elect warned he could halt remittances to make Mexico pay for border wall

LGBT RIGHTS

Mexican Congress votes down plans to legalize gay marriage

News is latest blow for unpopular president faced with huge economic and social problems

US PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS

Mexico, the US and the myth of the good neighbour

Election night in the US has left a very bitter taste in the mouths of many Mexicans

MEXICO

Chris Dodd: “We must stop depicting Mexico as narcoland”

President of Motion Picture Association of America defends copyright law on visit to southern neighbor

ANTHROPOLOGY

Mexico City’s seldom-seen bone collection sheds light on an ancient past

Specimens from Museum of Anthropology include remains of the earliest inhabitants of the Americas

MEXICO

Spanish soccer chief’s niece was killed hours after ransom was paid

María Villar was kidnapped in Mexico after taking a taxi and murdered two days later

CRIME

Spanish soccer chief’s niece killed in Mexican “express” kidnapping

María Villar Galaz, aged 39, was snatched after she took a taxi in Mexico City

LATIN AMERICA

Chief investigator in case of 43 missing Mexican students resigns from post

Head of Criminal Investigation Agency, Tomás Zerón, quits ahead of anniversary of disappearance

US ELECTIONS

Clinton’s snub of Peña Nieto ramps up pressure on Mexican government

Treasury Secretary Luis Videgaray resigns after rumors abound he was behind controversial Trump visit

GAY RIGHTS

Mexico’s Catholic Church beats back gay marriage initiative

Ruling party on way to shelving president’s proposal for equality after heavy pressure from the far right

MEXICO

July marks Mexico’s most violent month since Peña Nieto took power

Figures show more than 2,000 people were killed, a murder rate not seen since the drug wars

MEXICO

Video footage emerges of kidnapping of ‘El Chapo’ Guzmán’s son

The army and the navy are taking part in the search for the child of the Mexican kingpin

THE AMERICAS

Mexico’s President Peña Nieto backs legalizing same-sex marriage

Leader will send Congress proposal for constitutional reform

LATIN AMERICA

From ‘Big Brother’ to candidate in one of Mexico’s most violent cities

Former reality TV star Sandra Casar has been chosen to run on the PRD ticket in Tamaulipas

LATIN AMERICA

Mexico formally begins extradition proceedings against ‘El Chapo’

Long legal battle expected to prevent the Sinaloa cartel leader from being sent to the US

Latin America

Why Mexico still shuns television series about drug traffickers

Broadcasters are wary about producing prime-time programming about cartels

Latin America

Mexico debates legalizing marijuana

Supreme Court to hear arguments in favor of allowing consumption for medicinal ends

LATIN AMERICA

Historic church resurfaces as drought dries up Mexico’s rivers

Low rainfall sees immersed 16th-century temple reemerge in Chiapas waterway

LATIN AMERICA

Uber seeks to bring helicopter service to Mexico City

Internet firm plans to offer chopper flights over capital to help people avoid heavy traffic