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4 days ago
Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador called Sunday for intensified efforts to save 10 workers trapped in a flooded coal mine, during a visit to see firsthand the rescue operation.
4 days ago
The Nigerian Ambassador to Mexico, Adejare Bello, has ordered the closure of the Nigerian mission in the Mexican city due to a fresh outbreak of COVID-19 within the mission. The closure will last seven
3 Aug
Mexico's Attorney General's Office said Tuesday that it was investigating former president Enrique Pena Nieto for suspected crimes including illicit enrichment and money laundering.
2 Aug
Though Nigeria is listed as one of the countries that have expressed interest in joining BRICS, a bloc of five major economies – Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa – whose focus...
29 Jun
A Mexican reporter was shot dead on Wednesday in the violence-plagued northeastern state of Tamaulipas -- the 12th journalist killed so far in a particularly bloody year for the country's press.
24 Jun
The murders of two priests this week in Mexico have put President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on the defensive over his government's failure to significantly reduce violent crime.
23 Jun
Mexico's president on Wednesday said there would be no impunity for abuses committed by authorities during the so-called "Dirty War" of the 1960s-1980s, speaking at the launch of a truth commission.
22 Jun
Pope Francis on Wednesday lamented the spiral of violence engulfing Mexico, after two Jesuit priests and a man seeking sanctuary were gunned down inside a church.
13 Jun
A mob in Mexico attacked a young political advisor and then set him on fire over child trafficking accusations shared on chat groups, local authorities said Sunday. [AD] Daniel Picazo, 31, was lynched by a crowd of 200 people in the central state of Puebla after accusations that a suspected child kidnapper had entered the…
7 Jun
US Vice President Kamala Harris on Tuesday announced another $1.9 billion in private-sector funding to boost jobs in hopes of reducing migration from Central America, at a Latin America summit in Los Angeles snubbed by the leaders of Mexico and other affected countries.
1 Jun
The toll from Hurricane Agatha climbed to at least ten dead and around 20 missing in southern Mexico, where heavy rains triggered landslides and flooding, local officials said Tuesday.
28 May
In July 2021, the Super Eagles suffered a 0-4 defeat to Mexico in an international friendly match in Los Angeles, a result, which extended the North Americans’ dominance over Nigeria...

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