Joshua Partlow

Bureau chiefMexico City


As Colombia rebels announced a cease-fire, neighbors hoped the changes will relax tensions.

  • Dec 17, 2014

Forty-three students went missing in September, but they were hardly the first. Their abduction by police has let loose a flood of new accusations.

  • Dec 12, 2014

Adán Cortés Salas jumped onstage when the Pakistani teenager was collecting her Nobel peace prize.

  • Dec 11, 2014

Tepetongo has lost three-quarters of its population but hopes Obama’s plan can help it survive.

  • Nov 22, 2014

If Obama’s plan would make life easier for those in the U.S., families in Zacatecas are all for it.

  • Nov 20, 2014

The case of the 43 who went missing in Iguala is bad for the president and the opposition alike.

  • Nov 18, 2014

Outrage over the fate of 43 students has grown into fury against corrupt politicians and their druf-trafficking cronies.

  • Nov 17, 2014

A home paid for by the country’s first lady, Angelica Rivera, sparks questions about conflict of interest.

  • Nov 9, 2014

An offhand remark by the attorney general has become a rallying slogan for Mexicans outraged by the disappearance of dozens of students.

  • Nov 9, 2014

The victims were found shot, burned, wrapped in plastic bags and dumped in a river, Mexican authorities said.

  • Nov 7, 2014
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Joshua Partlow is the Post’s bureau chief in Mexico. He has previously worked as the bureau chief in Kabul. Before coming to Afghanistan, he worked as the Post’s correspondent in South America, based in Rio de Janeiro, and as a correspondent in Iraq. Partlow joined the Washington Post in 2003 as an intern on the financial desk and later worked for the metro section covering the Maryland suburbs. He grew up in Olympia, Washington.
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