61 bodies were found in abandoned crematorium in Acapulco

Mexican authorities found a total of 61 bodies in a particular crematorium, apparently abandoned for a year, in the port of Acapulco (south) reported on Friday local authorities. “So far we counted 61 bodies,” said Guerrero state prosecutor ,Miguel Angel Godinez, to...

Mexican federal forces assume control of the Acapulco security

The Mexican government implemented a special plan where Mexican military and federal police yesterday assumed the security of the Acapulco seaside tourist resort (south) and thirty other municipalities, due to the crisis triggered by the disappearance of 43 students. The federal...

Mexico: Parents of 43 missing students denounced ineptitude of the government

Parents of 43 students missing declared they feel “frustrated, desperate, but mostly upset with the government,” to which they described as inept by the lack of results in the search. “We’re frustrated, desperate, but mostly upset with the government, it...

Protests by 43 missing students are resumed in Mexico

The parents of the 43 possibly massacred students and their classmates today resumed protests against the Mexican government. About 300 protesters, identified as students, and some parents of the 43 missing began a march to the Acapulco airport, but riot police prevented them at...

Acapulco, one of the most affected beaches by hurricanes Ingrid and Manuel

One of the most famous beaches of Mexico, Acapulco, located on the coast of the Pacific Ocean, is currently facing one of its biggest weather disasters, becoming the city with more damages and fatalities so far. About 40,000 travelers were evacuated yesterday from the tourist...