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Displaced inside their own country
Migration from Central America has been emphasized but we shouldn't forget that there are thousands of Mexicans who have been displaced from their communities
Alert level raised for Popocatépetl volcano in Mexico
The center raised the volcano’s alert level to yellow phase three from yellow phase two
Cyclone Idai hit millions across Africa in record disaster
Studies of satellite images suggested 1.7 million people were in the path of the cyclone in Mozambique and another 920,000 affected in Malawi
Mexican students create rescue robots
This was announced during the National Science and Technology Week, held in Mexico City
Natural disasters: The high cost of climate change
The number of natural disasters has doubled in the last 20 years, representing unsustainable costs for governments around the world
Mexico's heavy rain is part of a 100 year cycle, experts say
According to UNAM, weather agencies should reinforce evacuation processes and flood prevention
Heavy rains in Northwest Mexico leave 4 dead
3,152 people have been evacuated in Sinaloa due to the 19-E tropical depression in the Gulf of California
Over 100 endangered turtles died in Mexico
The sea turtles lived in a sanctuary in the state of Chiapas
After tsunami, Japanese live uneasily with seawalls
The construction of seawalls to replace breakwaters overwhelmed by the 2011 tsunami is a common thread in flat areas near the coast
The coasts of the Mexican Pacific – a total of 1,744 km – are a high-risk area, with millions of people living in its shorelines