A bus carrying US tourists crashes near Los Ramones, Mexico. One person dies and at least 20 are injured.
The bus owned by Pegasso Tourism was headed from Houston to Monterrey when it crashed near Los Ramones.
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A mass shooting at a nightclub in Salamanca, Guanajuato, Mexico, kills at least 15 people and leaves another seven people wounded.
A truck overturns on a highway in Chiapas, Mexico, killing 25 Central American migrants who were hiding inside.
Lawmakers in Mexico's lower chamber of Congress approve a constitutional reform that would allow for recall referendums to cut short the six-year presidential term limit; the measure still needs the approval of the Senate and the state legislatures.
Mexican authorities announce a national search operation is underway after revealing masked gunmen with a list of names stormed a bus on March 7 as it was traveling along a highway that connects the town of San Fernando with the city of Reynosa. The perpetrators kidnapped 19 people and they have not been seen since.
Eleven Lima Group member states support a declaration recognizing Juan Guaidó as interim President of Venezuela, while three members of the Lima Group, Guyana, Mexico and Saint Lucia, did not back the declaration.