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Mexican gas pipelines: Another time bomb
70% of Pemex's gas pipelines have been operating for more than 35 years and no longer meet safety standards
Hidalgo, a paradise for fuel thieves
According to information obtained by EL UNIVERSAL, the state of Mexico, Veracruz, and Nuevo León registered higher levels than Hidalgo for years
IMF cuts Mexico’s GDP forecast to 2.1%
The downward revision was due to a decrease in private investment and growing risks in global trade
Journalist murdered in Baja California Sur
Rafael Murúa is the first journalist murdered in Mexico in 2019
Conacyt gave MXN $50,000 million to private companies
The current administration cut MXN $2,500 million from the Conacyt's budget
Mexico: Human Rights at risk
HRW affirms the world is going through “dark times” but that the “resistance” is “going strong” inside institutions and on the streets, especially in Latin America
Mexico spends USD $85 million on tank trucks
President López Obrador announced the purchase and said the government plans to purchase 707 tank trucks to stabilize the fuel supply in the country
Puebla, the epicenter of fuel theft
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
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
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
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
Carlos Martín Bringas, co-owner of the supermarket chain Soriana, was found dead inside a car
Mexico to auction prints by Salvador Dalí
English Around 63 lots of Salvador Dalí’s prints will be auctioned on January 24 in Mexico City
Yalitza: piñatas, teaching, Roma, and Cuarón
English Learn more about the first indigenous woman to be nominated for Best Actress at the Academy Awards
Mexico’s 2019 Corona Capital poster revealed
English Tame Impala and The Chemical Brothers are at the head of the list in the 2019 Guadalajara poster
Gabriela Ruiz, Mexico's best chef
English Seven years ago, in Villahermosa, Tabasco, the chef took her first steps in the culinary world
Mexican students decorated at the 2019 Robotic Arena
English The engineering students obtained medals for second and third place in Wroclaw, Poland
“Roma” has been nominated for 10 Academy Awards
English “Roma” has been awarded at the Critics Choice Awards, the Golden Globes, the Venice Film Festival
Why Blue Monday is a lie
English Worldwide, the third Monday in January is known as “the saddest day of the year” or “Blue Monday”
The NFL returns to Mexico City
English The date will be confirmed when the 2019/2020 NFL calendar is ready
Recycling Christmas trees into art
English For 10 years, Joel Martínez received Christmas trees from PROBOSQUE
Guadalupe Posada, the man behind “La Catrina”
English Posada is considered as an icon of Mexican culture
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
Mexican gas pipelines: Another time bomb
English 70% of Pemex's gas pipelines have been operating for more than 35 years and no longer meet safety standards
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
In Mexico City, 2 of the most dangerous municipalities are the ones neighboring the state of Mexico