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Wildfire in the Biosphere Reserve of Sian Ka’an, Quintana Roo
Mexican local, state and federal authorities have joined to fight the fire in the Biosphere Reserve of Sian Ka’an, Quintana Roo; damage to fauna and vegetation is yet to be assessed
Frida, the beloved rescue dog, retires
She made headlines after she aided in the rescue of earthquake victims in Mexico City in 2017
Mexico to decorate Japanese rescuers for help in 2017 earthquake aftermath
The Foundational Committee of Residents Association will unveil a plaque at the Cholula Park in Mexico City
Mexico City government announces measures as environment crisis continues
An environmental emergency was declared on Tuesday for Mexico City as smoke from nearby wildfires pushed pollution to dangerous levels
Mexico City arrests the owner of the Rébsamen school where 21 children died
Authorities had issued a reward of MXN $5 million in exchange for information leading to her capture
Wildfires in Mexico may have been caused by human activity
Some companies in Mexico go as far as to start fires to change the land use of soil
Krakatau volcano partial collapse triggered Indonesia tsunami
A tsunami killed at least 373 people and injured hundreds on the Indonesian islands of Java and Sumatra following an underwater landslide caused by the erupting Anak Krakatau volcano
The Government's incompetence
The period before and after hurricanes and earthquakes is useful to evaluate the government's performance
Landslide in eastern Uganda kills several people, begins relocations
A government statement put the final death toll at 43, up from an initial figure of 31, and said a further 21 people were injured with around 800 left homeless
Typhoon Trami drenches Japan
Trami brushed past the Japanese capital early on Monday, threatening heavy rains, strong winds, and landslides on the northern-most main island of Hokkaido