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Sexual torture: 8 in every 10 women arrested are sexually abused in Mexico
In 2006, municipal, state, and federal officials sexually attacked and tortured at least 11 women who were protesting against the construction of a new airport in the State of Mexico, then governed by Peña Nieto
Mexicans grow weary of Central American migrant caravans
Recent studies show that while Mexicans have sympathy for them, many are concerned that Mexico will not be able to cope with the arrival of thousands of people from Central America
Massacre in Minatitlán: gunmen murder 14 people at birthday party
The person the gunmen were looking for was Julio César González Reyna, known as “La Becky”, and who was a member of the LBGTQ+ community
INE officials still make more than the President
Around 100 INE officials have gained temporary or definitive provisions for 'amparo' appeals against the Federal Remunerations Law
Muralist murdered in Mexico
Héctor Domínguez had been attacked on September 29, 2018, when he was shot twice but survived
Violence and crime strike Mexico
Durazo emphasized the importance of the National Guard and how it will help solve the security problems in each of the regions
Bomb attacks kill at least 207 people in Sri Lanka on Easter
The government declared a curfew in Colombo and blocked access to social media and messaging sites, including Facebook and WhatsApp
Aeromexico reports MXN$200 million loss over stranded 737 MAX airplanes
The Mexican airline has estimated that the airplanes will not be available for use until June
UAEH’s request to unblock bank accounts rejected by district court
A second district court denied a request by the University of Hidalgo to unblock their bank accounts
Mexico registers 30 wildfires in 5 states
Yesterday, more than 30 forest fires were registered in some municipalities of Chiapas, Campeche, Veracruz, Oaxaca, and Michoacán
Migrant camps overflow in Mexico amidst Trump threats
Mexico is backpedaling on promises of better treatment for Central American migrants, leaving hundreds stranded in unsanitary camps near its southern border and allegations of irregular detentions
The army will protect Calakmul, an ancient Maya city and tropical forest
Calakmul encompasses a tropical forest and an ancient city but it has been looted by criminals for years
A rereading of the New Testament to represent Mexico at the Venice Biennale
English “Acts of God” will represent Mexico at the 58th edition of the Venice Biennale
The 5 essential herbs in Mexican cuisine
English Mexican cuisine wouldn't be the same without these 5 herbs!
UNAM makes sustainable cement out of construction waste
English The materials were modified to reduce the particle size through a process of sifting and milling
Mexico: Most expensive place to use mobile data in Latin America
English 63.1% of Mexicans had mobile services offering no more than 1 GB of internet connection as of 2018
Mexican scientists heal diabetic foot wounds with honey
English According to Dr. Armando Acevedo, the treatment costs less than MXN$100 per patient (USD$5.33)
Mexico City presents traditional toys exhibition
English My Small World will remain open to the public throughout the month in the Polanco neighborhood
Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera museum in Mexico City reopens gallery
English The venue will remain open throughout the week, according to the National Institute of Fine Arts
Mexico’s top 10 dirtiest beaches
English Today we bring you a list of beaches to avoid during Mexico's Holy Week vacation period
NFL Monday Night Football to be held at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City
English A match between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Chargers will be held in Mexico City
Virgin of Guadalupe mosaic unscathed after Notre Dame fire
English The Notre Dame cathedral in Paris went up in flames on Monday and suffered severe damage
Yucatán inhabitants build walls along the beach to keep locals away
English According to neighbors, this wall would “privatize” a part of the beach, which is illegal
Scimitar-toothed cats also lived in Mexico, study shows
English The scimitar-toothed cat was previously thought to be endemic to the U.S.
International Amnesty registered 72 sexual abuse cases against women when they were detained and during the following hours