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Puebla, the epicenter of fuel theft
2019-01-20
On June 2017, Pemex confirmed it had ended its contracts with 7 gas stations in Palmar de Bravo, Cuyoaco, Tecamachalco, Huixcolotla, and Quecholac
El Chapo's former mistress testifies against him
2019-01-20
She said that once, while they were having dinner in 2012, Guzmán told her that anyone who betrayed him would die
The results of Mexico’s fuel theft crackdown
2019-01-19
The Attorney General's Office (PGR) informed that the fuel theft crackdown had led to 435 arrests
More than 66 people killed in Mexican pipeline explosion
2019-01-19
At least 66 people were killed after a pipeline ruptured by alleged fuel thieves exploded in Mexico
Co-owner of Soriana found dead in Torreón
2019-01-19
Carlos Martín Bringas, co-owner of the supermarket chain Soriana, was found dead inside a car
Mexican government creates Food Security Agency
2019-01-19
Segalmex will aim to promote agricultural productivity and food distribution among small producers
New migrant caravan crosses Mexican border
2019-01-18
More than 2,000 Central American migrants entered southern Mexico on Thursday to get to the U.S.
‘El Chapo’ dreamed of biopic long before capture, says trial witness
2019-01-18
Guzmán, 61, was extradited to the United States in 2017 to face charges of trafficking cocaine
The National Guard is approved by the Chamber of Deputies
2019-01-17
According to the proposal, the head of the force will be a civilian, but operational chiefs will be military officers
CFE reports MXN$60 billion loss due to power theft
2019-01-18
The cost of power theft in Mexico rose to MXN$25.7 billion during the first half of 2018
Public debt in Mexican states now rises to MXN$568 billion
2019-01-17
Mexico City, State of Mexico, Chihuahua, Nuevo León, Veracruz, and Coahuila showed the highest debt
Tax reliefs take effect in northern Mexico
2019-01-17
Mexicans will now be able to issue tax invoices with a value added tax (IVA) of merely 8%
ENVIRONMENT
Recycling Christmas trees into art
English For 10 years, Joel Martínez received Christmas trees from PROBOSQUE
ART
Guadalupe Posada, the man behind “La Catrina”
English Posada is considered as an icon of Mexican culture
ASTRONOMY
Everything you need to know about the Super Blood Moon
English The eclipse will begin on January 20 at 21:35 hours and end on January 21, at 00:49 hours
TOURISM
English This weekend, the skies of this Magic Town will be embellished by dozens of colorful kites
CULTURE
CDIJUM presents history of Mexico’s Jewish community
English Mexico's Jewish Documentation and Research Center inaugurated its new headquarters in Mexico City
ENVIRONMENT
Mysterious disease threatens Mexico’s coral reefs
English The new disease has affected 20 species of coral reef in Mexico's Puerto Morelos and Cozumel
ECONOMY
Mexico prepares for National Tequila Day
English Last year, the Mexican senate agreed that National Tequila Day would be celebrated every March
GASTRONOMY
Museum of Pulque to open in Mexico City
English The National Traditional Pulquerías Association (ANPT) will open the Museum of Pulque on February 8
SPORTS
Mexican horse Kukulkán to compete at Pegasus World Cup
English On January 26, the Mexican horse will compete at the Pegasus World Cup in Miami, Florida
ART
Frida Kahlo, the queen of Instagram
English Instagram has become a great platform for artists, musicians, designers, and for art in general
CINEMA
Mexico's National Film Library celebrates its 45th anniversary
English Mexico's Cineteca Nacional has become one of the most important venues for the Mexican film industry
MEXICAN CINEMA
National theaters to rescreen 25 Mexican films in 2019
English With support from the IMCINE, 25 Mexican films will be rescreened throughout the country
Guadalupe Posada, the man behind “La Catrina”
English Posada is considered as an icon of Mexican culture as his work stood out during a time when no form of artistic expression could comment on political issues
The Ganges river, holy to most Indians, flows from the western Himalayas down to the Bay of Bengal through crowded cities, industrial hubs and some of the most populated areas in the world
If the United States President needed more pretexts to maintain his demand for USD $5.7 billion in wall funding to Congress, the new migrant caravan advancing from Honduras will strengthen his case for tough policies in the Mexican border
For the first time, a government is trying to face the phenomenon and eradicate it