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The new Mexico City airport could affect water supply in Indigenous communities
The President canceled the USD $13 billion airport through a non-binding referendum
Mexico’s beekeeping industry is at a breaking point
Once the top national and international producers of honey, beekeepers from Yucatán are facing the most difficult time of their history
Orphans, the collateral victims of femicide
At least 10 women are murdered every day in Mexico. The tragedy is not limited to the victims for their children face an uncertain psychological future
Mexico to keep oil prices stable after Saudi Arabia attacks
Last Saturday, in a move expected to send oil prices soaring and increase tensions in the Middle East, two main facilities of Saudi Arabia’s oil industry were attacked by Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthi group
Judge fines prosecutors in child rape case against La Luz del Mundo leader
On Thursday, a Los Angeles judge sanctioned two prosecutors for failing to turn over evidence in the case of Joaquín Naasón García, a Mexican megachurch leader charged with child rape and human trafficking
Business leaders in Mexico: “Knowledge is not enough, we need skills”
EL UNIVERSAL and Vocento gathered companies, academics, and government in a forum; we have the opportunity to change teaching models: Luisa María Alcalde
UK-Mexico alliance to tackle corruption and impunity in pursuit of economic development
The UK embassy in Mexico launched the Anti-Corruption and Rule of Law Prosperity Fund to reduce poverty and increase prosperity and security in our country
Mexico and Uruguay call for dialogue to resolve Venezuelan crisis
Mexico and Uruguay said that negotiations were the only acceptable way to achieve a peaceful solution to the deepening political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela, as they welcomed the release from jail of key opposition figure Edgar Zambrano, vice president of the Venezuelan National Assembly
“Lorena” forecast to become category 1 hurricane again
The system generates isolated torrential rainfall, winds of over 70 kph and waves of 3-5 m in the West and South coasts of Mexico
Mexican institutions are heavily targeted by cyberattacks
Mexican ministries, public banks, legislative bodies, autonomous entities, as well as public universities report over 45 million attempted cyberattacks during the current administration
Newmont Goldcorp fails to resolve Peñasquito mine conflict
The mining company offered USD $25 million in community investments and land rental fees to resolve the conflict that started last weekend in Zacatecas
Whiten your teeth using tortillas
English his method was used by the Aztecs!
Two Mexican neighborhoods are among the coolest in the world
English The list includes the world's cultural and culinary hotspots
Mexican students generate energy with recycled water
English Project RS-WC looks to reduce the use of water and to recycle it
The many health benefits of pitaya
English It is also known as dragon fruit
Silk made from agave
English Agave fibers can be used to create textiles
Jewish Book Fair to commemorate 90th birth anniversary of Anne Frank
English FILJU 2019 will hold conferences, cinema,theater, and more
Progress on the restoration of Mexican cultural heritage
English Over 2,000 historic buildings were damaged by the September 2017 earthquakes
Bat-Signal to shine in Mexico to celebrate the Dark Knight
English He is vengeance. He is the night. He is Batman
Mexican paleontologists uncover bone pathologies in dinosaurs
English Over 9,000 bone pieces were analyzed in the study
Who was Tin Tan?
English Tin Tan participated in 102 films and he lives on as one of Mexico's greatest comedian
Mexico commemorates the 2017 earthquake with a drill
English Participate in the drill to make sure you're prepared for the next earthquake
Enrique Peña Nieto wears wig to dine in NYC
English The former president has been linked to several corruption cases such as the master fraud