Mexico President to Raise Assange Case in July Meeting with Biden

By Kevin Gosztola Global Research, July 06, 2022 thedissenter 5 July 2022 Follow us on Instagram and Twitter and subscribe to our Telegram Channel. Feel free to repost and share widely Global Research articles. *** When Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador meets with United States President Joe Biden on July 12, he plans to once again urge the US government to drop the charges against WikiLeaks... Continue Reading →

For the Peoples of Our Region, the Failure of Biden’s Summit of the Americas Would be a Welcome Event

By Ajamu Baraka Global Research, June 09, 2022 Visit and follow us on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Feel free to repost and share widely Global Research articles. *** The Summit of the Americas is not the property of the host nation. The U.S. has no right to exclude, Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela, but has done so in disregard of their sovereignty.... Continue Reading →

Mexico Advocates for the End of the US Blockade Against Cuba

On Tuesday, the Mexican President stud against the U.S. blockade imposed on Cuba. By Telesur Global Research, May 20, 2022 teleSUR 17 May 2022 articles. *** During his morning press briefing, Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said that President Joe Biden should remove the blockade imposed on Cuba by the U.S., as it is medieval, genocidal, and far away from fraternal ties, which... Continue Reading →

Mexican President AMLO Pleads with Biden to End Failed Trillion Dollar “War on Drugs”—But Powerful U.S. Interests Prefer Deadly Status Quo

By Jeremy Kuzmarov Global Research, October 13, 2021CovertAction Magazine 11 October 2021 “We don’t want military cooperation,” he said, “we don’t want it to be like it was before when they brought us a helicopter gunship and a photo was taken of the U.S. ambassador with the president,” he said. In June 2021, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) told... Continue Reading →

President Lopez Obrador Reclaims Mexican Independence. Stands against US Interference, in Solidarity with Cuba

Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard at UN Security Council Stake-Out Condemns Embargo Against Cuba as Cause of Current Unrest; Confirms Mexican Desire to Restore Full Diplomatic and Commercial Relations With DPRK By Carla Stea Global Research, August 02, 2021 All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top... Continue Reading →

Mexico: President AMLO Meets Vice President Kamala Harris

By Lucas Leiroz de Almeida Global Research, June 09, 2021InfoBrics All Global Research articles can be read in 51 languages by activating the “Translate Website” drop down menu on the top banner of our home page (Desktop version).  Visit and follow us on Instagram at @crg_globalresearch. *** Since the beginning of the American electoral process, the Mexican government... Continue Reading →

U.S. Government Helped Rise of Mexican Drug Cartel: Report

Mexican newspaper reveals secret arrangement between DEA and Sinaloa cartel By Per Liljas August 11, 2017 "Information Clearing House" - The U.S. government allowed the Mexican Sinaloa drug cartel to carry out its business unimpeded between 2000 and 2012 in exchange for information on rival cartels, an investigation by El Universal claims. Citing court documents, the... Continue Reading →

Financial Scams and the Bush Family: The Savings & Loan Scandal, the BCCI, the Mexican Drug Cartel, NAFTA

By Prof Michel Chossudovsky Global Research, July 21, 2017 Global Research 18 February 2002 Featured image: Left to Right: Carlos Salinas de Gortari, George H. W. Bush, Brian Mulroney  This article was first published by Global Research in February 2002 The Enron scandal is but the tip of the Iceberg. Fully documented by the US and British media, the... Continue Reading →

Mexican Military Threatens Intervention against Mass Protests

By Eric London Global Research, November 22, 2014 World Socialist Web Site The Mexican state is gripped by a deepening political crisis amidst mass protests over the disappearance and likely massacre of 43 student teachers. The military has threatened to intervene as popular anger mounts against the government and the entire political apparatus. On Thursday,... Continue Reading →

Mexico in Turmoil

By Mel Carriere November 21, 2014 "ICH" - "Counterpunch" -  Last September 26 forty-three student protestors on their way to a protest rally were abducted in Iguala, Guerrero, Mexico by the police, then handed over to a drug trafficking gang that most likely murdered them. Since that time widespread protests have erupted in Mexico over... Continue Reading →

UN hearing: US acknowledges it “crossed the line” on torture

By Joseph Kishore 15 November 2014 During a two-day hearing before a United Nations panel this week, representatives of the Obama administration said that the US had “crossed the line” in torturing prisoners, but made clear that it would continue covering up for these crimes and blocking any accountability. “In the wake of the 9/11... Continue Reading →

The disappeared students and Mexico’s deepening political crisis

By Don Knowland 14 November 2014 Even before the September 26 kidnapping and apparent gruesome massacre of 43 young normalistas (teaching students) from a rural college in Ayotzinapa, Guerrero, discontent with the three major political parties in Mexico—the ruling centrist PRI (Institutional Revolutionary Party), the right-wing PAN (Authentic National Party) and the center-fake-left PRD (Party... Continue Reading →

BP oil spill left massive “bathtub ring” in Gulf of Mexico

By Tom Hall 3 November 2014 The 2010 Gulf oil spill coated the seafloor of the Gulf of Mexico in a “bathtub ring” of oil nearly three times the size of New York City, according a report released last week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. The spill, continuing unabated for three... Continue Reading →

Relatives of disappeared students confront Mexico’s president

By Rafael Azul 31 October 2014 Family members of the disappeared Ayotzinapa student teachers (normalistas)met with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto on October 29, 33 days after the massacre that left three students (and three others) dead, several others wounded and 43 disappeared. After the five-hour closed-door meeting, the relatives left with a sense of... Continue Reading →

Political crisis deepens in Mexico as army is called on to testify on Iguala massacre

By Rafael Azul 29 October 2014 Mexican authorities have handed over to the Medical Forensic Service of the city of Iguala a yet-to-be disclosed number of corpses from a garbage dump near the city of Cocula. Forensic teams from Mexico and Argentina are investigating whether the remains are those of 43 rural teaching students who... Continue Reading →

Mass protests in Mexico over Iguala Massacre

By Rafael Azul 24 October 2014 Young people mobilized around the world on Wednesday October 22, in support of the missing 43 Mexican normalistas (teaching students) kidnapped on September 26 in Iguala, Guerrero, México. There were demonstrations, marches and rallies in 50 Mexican cities. Demonstrations also took place in other cities in the Americas and... Continue Reading →

Mexico’s disappeared students

22 October 2014 It is nearly four weeks since police in the town of Iguala in Mexico’s impoverished southern state of Guerrero violently attacked a group of some 80 young student teachers, leaving at least six dead, 17 wounded and 43 “disappeared.” The students, from the Ayotzinapa Rural Normal School, had been protesting against state... Continue Reading →

Protests across Mexico over disappearance of students

By Rafael Azul 16 October 2014 Protests marches and rallies continued throughout Mexico on Tuesday and Wednesday over the abduction and disappearance of 43 student teachers (normalistas) in the southern state of Guerrero last month. Young people, teachers and other workers took to the streets of many cities. In addition to the disappearance of the... Continue Reading →

Street battles erupt in Guerrero over disappeared Mexican students

By Rafael Azul 15 October 2014 On Monday October 13, Chilpancingo, the capital of the southern Mexican state of Guerrero, was the scene of violent street battles. Both the state government house and City Hall building were set on fire. More than 600 students, teachers and family members of the 43 student teachers (normalistas) who... Continue Reading →

Tens of thousands protest massacre of Mexican student teachers

By Rafael Azul 10 October 2014 On October 8 tens of thousands took to the streets in Mexico City and other Mexican cities to protest the disappearance and assassination of students from a rural teachers college in Ayotzinapa, in the southern state of Guerrero. Demonstrators in Monterrey [Photo: Realidad Expuesta] Fifty-seven student teachers (normalistas) at... Continue Reading →

Massacred Democracy in Mexico

By John M. Ackerman The Mexican "drug war" has taken a turn for the worse. Since the return of the old guard Party of the Institutional Revolution (PRI) to the presidency in 2012, violence has expanded and increasingly targeted political activists, journalists and human rights defenders. And two recent massacres committed by government officials indicate... Continue Reading →

Burned bodies of 28 Mexican teaching students pulled from mass graves

By Don Knowland 8 October 2014 So far, 28 badly burned and dismembered bodies, believed to be those of missing student teachers, have been pulled from hidden pits on the outskirts of the City of Iguala, in Guerrero state, Mexico. Forty-three students went missing September 26 after they were attacked by police while commandeering buses... Continue Reading →

Mass grave found near disappearance of student protesters in Mexico

By Don Knowland 6 October 2014 A mass grave found in the southern Mexican state of Guerrero Saturday reportedly contains at least 28 charred bodies. The grave is near the location where 43 teaching students disappeared on the night of September 26 following clashes with local police in the city of Iguala, about 200 kilometers... Continue Reading →

Peña Nieto pushes oil privatization in Mexico

By Eric London 15 September 2014 In anticipation of next year’s scheduled privatization of Mexico’s oil industry, President Enrique Peña Nieto delivered his Second Governmental Report on September 2 before a crowd of legislators and officials in Mexico City’s National Palace. Peña Nieto’s speech amounted to a victory lap for foreign oil interests and their... Continue Reading →

Video – The Zapatista Uprising (20 Years Later) (link)

Video - The Zapatista Uprising (20 Years Later).

Mexican Vigilantes Stand Up Against Crime

Video The state of Guerrero (which means "warrior") is one of the poorest in Mexico and the site of some of the worst violence in the battle between the drug cartels and Mexican authorities. As a result of the violence, hundreds of civillians have armed themselves with machetes, rifles, and shotguns, put masks on, and... Continue Reading →

The Disappeared and Mexico’s New Dirty War

By Peter Watt November 23, 2013 "Information Clearing House - It is becoming increasingly difficult for Mexican officials to pretend that the massive number of murders and enforced disappearances is not part of a deliberate government strategy. Political rhetoric, unsurprisingly, points to drug cartels as the sole perpetrators of violent crime in Mexico. But the mantra that... Continue Reading →

France, Mexico Seek Answers on ‘Shocking’ US Spy Claims

By AFP October 21, 2013 "Information Clearing House - "AFP"- Paris (AFP) - France and Mexico have angrily demanded prompt explanations from Washington following fresh, "shocking" spying allegations leaked by former US security contractor Edward Snowden. The reports in French daily Le Monde and German weekly Der Spiegel revealed that the National Security Agency secretly recorded tens... Continue Reading →

Zapatistas Break Silence to Slam Mexico Elite

"Land, Liberty, Work and Peace"New statements from the indigenous movement put rebels seeking "land, liberty, work and peace" back in the public eye. By Chris Arsenault February 16, 2013 "Information Clearing House" -  After years of silence, secluded in their base communities in Mexico's impoverished south, indigenous Zapatista rebels have re-emerged with a series of... Continue Reading →

EE.UU. no “extermina el narcotráfico por sus millonarios ingresos”

Mexican Official: CIA ‘Manages’ Drug Trade

Spokesman for Chihuahua state says US agencies don't want to end drug trade, a claim denied by other Mexican officials. By Chris Arsenault July 25, 2012 "Al Jazeera" - - Juarez, Mexico - The US Central Intelligence Agency and other international security forces "don't fight drug traffickers", a spokesman for the Chihuahua state government in northern... Continue Reading →

Mexican Students Demand Justice for Protestors Killed by Police

Mexican Gangs Move to Honduras

Has BP really cleaned up the Gulf oil spill?

Officially, marine life is returning to normal in the Gulf of Mexico, but dead animals are still washing up on beaches – and one scientist believes the damage runs much deeper • BP oil spill: interactive timeline Suzanne Goldenberg A brown pelican coated in heavy oil wallows in the Louisiana surf, June 2010. Photograph: Win... Continue Reading →

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