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Rescue dogs awarded for their outstanding work
Frida and fellow rescue dogs received an award for their performance in search & rescue operations
Spanish companies join in to rebuild Mexico
Spain has announced an alliance between the Mexican Government and Spanish companies with operations in Mexico to contribute to the reconstruction after the 2017 September earthquakes
Rebuilding with indifference
While the government is still doing the math to figure out the funds needed for the reconstruction, thousands of families continue living in uncertainty
Thousands of people lost their properties after the September 19 earthquake yet there is a lack of transparency in how the reconstruction funds are being managed
Oaxaca is one of the states with the highest seismic activity in Mexico, accounting for 25% of quakes
A preliminary damage survey shows 1,000 buildings were damaged in the community of Pinotepa Nacional, the epicenter of last Friday's earthquake; no fatal victims have been reported thus far
The prolonged 7.2 magnitude quake that rocked Mexico on Friday afternoon left nearly a million homes and businesses without power in the capital and south
Quake caused some superficial damage to buildings, but no deaths had been reported so far
After two sensor towers collapsed last week due to strong winds, local authorities have already begun repair works to restore the system
If prevention is our best weapon against earthquakes, a disruption in the early warning system should also be considered so millions of people are not left unprotected