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Can a tsunami strike Mexico?
In the last 250 years, at least 55 tsunamis have struck Mexico’s Pacific coasts
“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
Mexico commemorates the 2017 earthquake with a drill
Participate in the drill to make sure you're prepared for the next earthquake
Several quakes registered in Mexico City
In the last week, Mexico City has felt several small quakes that have alarmed the population. Specialists point out that the cause of these quakes could be related to the extraction of water from the subsoil and the construction of big buildings.