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U.S. announces countries exempted from metal tariffs
According to a statement by U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer, Mexico, Canada, the EU, Australia, Argentina, Brazil, and South Korea are momentarily exempted from the steel and aluminum tariffs
Mexico City still has time to prevent a water crisis
The water crisis in Cape Town isn't a reality far-removed from Mexico City, where a drought could have a terrible impact on our water supply
Constellation Brands to invest USD$900 million in Sonora
To support the growth of Constellation Brands’ beer portfolio in the U.S. which includes iconic Mexican beer brands such as Corona, Modelo, Pacifico, and Victoria
European Parliament backs UN report on Ayotzinapa
The Chair of the Subcommittee on Human Rights of the European Parliament called for an “impartial investigation” into the human rights violations committed in the Ayotzinapa case
Seizures of the Federal Attorney General's Office for Environmental Protection (Profepa) reach merely 30,000 cubic meters of wood, while wood from illegal sources amount to 14 million cubic meters
Mexico City and Monterrey drop in global quality of life ranking
Montevideo is the highest-ranking city in Latin America, according to the consulting firm Mercer
Ford recalls 14,172 vehicles in Mexico
The second largest U.S. automaker is recalling 1.38 million vehicles in North America for potentially loose steering wheel bolts that could detach
U.S. and Canada remove travel advisory for Playa del Carmen
Canada and the U.S. have lifted the ferry ban in Quintana Roo after Mexico's Government significantly increased security measures in the area
Internal migration expected in Mexico over climate change
By 2050, 1.7 million people living in the coastal regions of Mexico will have to migrate due to the worsening conditions caused by climate change, according to the World Bank
Mexico leftist says he would try to halt energy auctions if president-elect
“I’m committed to stop having foreign fuels bought by midway through the next six-year term because we’re going to rehabilitate the six existing refineries and we will build two big refineries”
Meade warns about influence of organized crime in elections
The presidential candidate spoke of the importance of teaming with the Ministry of the Interior for the implementation of protocols to safeguard the elections
Artifacts from the Patterson collection to return to Mexico
English After a long trial, Mexico recovered two Olmec heads
Coahuila invests big on solar energy
English Coahuila builds MXN$800 million solar field to boost clean energy by 2024
 Born 105 years ago, Google remembers the late Mexico astronomer with a stary sky doodle underlining Orions Belt or "Tres Marías" stellar arrangement
English Guillermo Haro, the insatiable stargazer
Nanosatellites to be launched into space
English At the Discover Interactive Museum of Science and Technology of Aguascalientes
Archeological site found in Orizaba's Peak
English The ancient shrine was found by archaeologists in a hillside not part of traditional climbing routes
To bloom and whiter: Tehuizote
English The plant that blossoms to die
Leonora Carrington Museum to open in San Luis Potosí
English The prolific work of the Surrealist artist will open to the public this March 22
Research and development
Mexican scientists from Coahuila create products from avocado waste
English Antioxidant compounds and bioactive mixtures of avocado the key
Legend of Mexico's volcanoes is turned into a play
English The play features a boat ride across the lake to transports the viewers into a Pre-Columbian era
Rescue dogs awarded for their outstanding work
English Frida and fellow rescue dogs received an award for their performance in search & rescue operations
Coveted Totoaba is cultivated in Mexico
English In a bid to save both the endangered fish and the vaquita porpoise
Daily exchange rate for Mexico to US Dollar, Euro, Pound Sterling and Yen
English Daily exchange rate for Mexico to US Dollar, Euro, Pound Sterling and Yen
Chancellor Angela Merkel charged her new government with healing divisions in German society that have fueled the far-right
In order for technology to make our lives easier, we have renounced to our privacy and allowed third parties to gather information about us
“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