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Mexican journalist murdered outside his home
Eleven journalists were killed in Mexico in 2017, and in 2016
Female farm workers in the U.S. and the hell they endure
In 2008, she and her children were tested in a vineyard; the woman was afraid the children would fail, but the little hands were fast in harvesting the purple fruit
Mexican artisans sue Zara
María Méndez, an artisan, says that plagiarism affects them greatly because people don't want to buy from them anymore
Mexico City’s subsidence puts buildings at risk
Mexico City is slowly sinking due to the overexploitation of aquifers, according to UNAM expert
Mexico’s mobility market is growing fast
In Mexico, the mobility sector showed a 22% growth last year, with 489 million dollars sales value
New Mexico City International Airport: Texcoco vs. Santa Lucía
Despite corruption allegations and environmental damage, the cancellation of NAICM could be costly
Heavy rains in Northwest Mexico leave 4 dead
3,152 people have been evacuated in Sinaloa due to the 19-E tropical depression in the Gulf of California
10,000 officials from the energy sector surpass AMLO’s income ceiling
9,821 officials from PEMEX, CFE, CRE, and CNH make between 109 and 290 thousand pesos a month
Who's El Tortas? Mexico City's most notorious drug lord
He began his criminal career and 12, by age 15 he had already murdered and kidnapped someone
AMLO to work with tight budget for social programs
Mexico's President-elect will have to make due with only 3% of the GDP in 2019, experts say
Hundreds of people still homeless a year after the earthquake
The Mexican government allegedly provided help to rebuild 166,000 homes, but hundreds in Mexico City are still homeless
Mayor-elect Sheinbaum to invest MXN$5,000 million in reconstruction
In order to aid victims of the 19S earthquake, Claudia Sheinbaum announced a 5,000M investment in reconstruction works
Mexican gymnasts on their way to Tokyo 2020
English Mexico finished in third place in the All Around test in Lima
English writer to share Mexican gastronomy and culture with the world
English The flavors of the Sonoran cuisine will be shared with England by Lynn Houghton
10 Mexican brands to make you fall in love with fashion
English These are Mexico's 10 most talented designers
Chile Ancho liquor, a delicacy from Puebla
English The beverage is inspired by a recipe from the 1920s created by the Reyes family
Mexican violinist awarded the "Distinguished Mexican Prize"
English Paulina Derbez lives in Toronto and has collaborated in many international projects
Student from Querétaro designs sustainable school orchard
English A student of the Autonomous University of Querétaro has developed a sustainable alimentary project
The environmental impact of tezontle extraction in New Mexico City Airport
English The exploitation of tezontle mines in Texcoco could have devastating effects on the environment
"Roma" by Cuarón to represent Mexico at the Academy Awards
English Alfonso Cuarón's latest film "Roma" will participate at the Academy and Goya Awards
Mexico has the most cacti in the world
English Mexico's Ministry of Environment reported that there are 669 species of cacti in Mexico
Chicago Museum to honor victims of Tlatelolco Massacre
English Chicago's National Museum of Mexican Art will pay homage to victims of the Tlatelolco Massacre
Mexico's heavy rain is part of a 100 year cycle, experts say
English According to UNAM, weather agencies should reinforce evacuation processes and flood prevention
Mexico joins the Digital Library of Ibero-American Heritage
English The Digital Library will now include the first Mexican digital collection, dating back to the 1500s
Mexico exchange rate for today
English Daily exchange rate for Mexico to US Dollar, Euro, Pound Sterling and Yen
Ibrahim Mohamed Solih overcame the detention and exile of key opposition figures to win a presidential poll and unseat incumbent Abdulla Yameen, but now faces the task of holding together a disparate coalition
Some communities develop around the culture of fuel theft, as in other areas everything revolves around drug dealing
Young Mexican entrepreneur Daniel Reza Barrientos sets to reclaim the culture of cacao in our country
“STEM is the path to well-being”, notes founder and president, Graciela Rojas, in the celebration of the International Day of Women and Girls in Science