A group called the "Pagan Sect of the Mountain" claimed responsibility for improvised bomb attacks on Mexico City buses, in a communique filled with anti-civilization rhetoric.
Zapatista leaders in Chiapas declared support for striking farmworkers in Baja California's San Quintín Valley, who clashed with police at a march for a $13-a-day minium wage.
Militant protests over the killing of students from Ayotzinapa still haven't let up after two months. Is the government planning a crackdown?
The number of mass graves found in Guerrero keeps swelling, as does anger at political violence and corruption across Mexico's political spectrum.
Reports of a summit of cartel "capos" in Piedras Negras fuel speculation that President Enrique Peña Nieto seeks to rebuild the "Pax Mafiosa" of Mexico's old one-party state.
A new communique from the Zapatistas' Subcommander Marcos states that he is stepping down as the public voice of the indigenous rebel army in Mexico's Chiapas state.
Zapatista supporters around the world are holding demonstrations to protest an attack on a rebel community in Chiapas, as state police make arrests in the case.
Supporters of the Zapatista National Liberation Army (EZLN) in Mexico's Chiapas state charge that a rival group is responsible for violence in which a Zapatista follower was killed.
Twenty years after the uprising by the indigenous Zapatistas, land issues continue to produce violence in the Chiapas highlands–sometimes with outside encouragement.
Mexico's Network for Solidarity and Against Repression is calling for international support for the Zapatista base communities in Chiapas state following a wave of attacks.
Campesinos in Zacatecas state say a Canadian mining multinational "took advantage of their ignorance" when they agreed to rent out their land for a pittance.
Subcomandante Marcos of the Zapatista rebels released a new communique reflecting on the history of the movement since the New Year's Day 1994 uprising.