He avoided capture for 22 years after escaping from prison, but was found in Paris last week.
The two officers were seized by armed men thought to belong to the Jalisco New Generation cartel.
Riot police retake control of a prison near the major city, ending a mutiny by armed inmates.
The charity has for the first time published a 2011 report on sexual misconduct claims in Haiti.
The aircraft was carrying Mexico's interior minister and the Oaxaca state governor but both survived.
Journalists at the office of Mexican newspaper Milenio film the moment a 7.2-magnitude earthquake hit.
The 7.2-magnitude tremor hits in the Oaxaca state, causing buildings to shake in Mexico City.
Charity says it will probe past claims as ex-worker describes alleged incidents in Haiti and South Sudan.
A general will oversee security under emergency measures to combat a wave of violent crime.
The Jamaican women's bobsleigh team are expected to compete at Pyeongchang 2018 in a sled "donated" by a beer producer.
Accused of hiring prostitutes in Haiti, the ex-executive rejects claim that he hosted a sex party.
Teodora Vásquez has spent 10 years in jail for killing the baby she says was stillborn.
Beija Flor samba school wins Rio Carnival with a show sharply criticising corruption in Brazil.
Rioting inmates at the Tocuyito jail in Venezuela are holding three "political prisoners" hostage.
A samba school seals top prize with a lurid attack on corruption and social ills in Brazil.
The former opposition mayor says Venezuela represents the biggest crisis in the Western hemisphere.
A reconstruction is made of the saint's face, based on human remains thought to belong to him.
Peru's President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski has uninvited Nicolás Maduro from a summit to be held in Lima.
The blaze destroyed parts of a 19th Century market, which was rebuilt following the 2010 earthquake.
Uruguayan club Nacional are fined £57,500 and their fans banned for three games after some taunted Chapecoense over the plane crash that killed 19 players and staff.
The man has been recaptured, a year after he drugged his visiting brother and left him in his cell.
The Wikileaks founder remains at the Ecuadorean embassy in London after failing to answer bail.
Juan Alberto Fuentes is arrested on charges related to his former role as Guatemalan finance minister.
Former staff knew of "sex parties" but suffered consequences when they warned of the sexual exploitation.
The ex-president of fourth division club Rubio Ñu is accused of sexually abusing players.
It follows the charity's admission staff members hired prostitutes while delivering earthquake aid.
The UK charity's deputy CEO quits over how it handled sex claims, and a statutory inquiry is opened.
The two agents were kidnapped while they were investigating the Jalisco New Generation cartel.
Ana Soto, the mother of Pittsburgh Pirates catcher Elías Díaz, was held for three days near Maracaibo.
More than 40 people are receiving treatment for their injuries in local hospitals and in La Paz.