Author: Yucatan Times

Tropical wave is moving across the Atlantic toward the Yucatan Peninsula

It has been more than a month since the last tropical storm, Colin. Now we’re.

State authorities continue collecting the marine species washed up by the red tide

State Government personnel continue with the work of collecting the marine species that are washing.

To control a fire in Matanzas, Cuba accepts technical assistance from the U.S.

The Cuban government said it has accepted “technical guidance” offered by the United States to.

Yucatan receives a valuable collection of art and pre-Hispanic pieces from Álvar Carrillo Gil

The exhibition of recovered pieces is open to the public in the ‘Palacio Cantón’ Museum.

Two dead and five missing after migrant boat capsizes off the Florida Keys

Two people were dead and eight survivors were rescued from waters off the Florida Keys,.

While some parts of the US are still in the 100s, Alaska gets its first Winter Storm Warning

US gets first Winter Storm Warning of the season While much of the United States.

A tribute to Guns N Roses this month in Mérida

Locomotive Banda Tributo Oficial de Guns and Roses, will perform in Merida on August 18.

Greenpeace Mexico reaffirms protection for the suspension of Maya Train’s section 5

The legal advisor of Greenpeace Mexico, Luis Miguel Cano, confirmed that the protection to stop.

Photographic exhibition “Vestiges of the passage of Man” inaugurated in Mérida

After two years of pandemic, the Museum of the City of Mérida hosts the photographic.

First cabin of the Maya Train leaves the plant for testing

“The first cabin of the Maya Train manufactured at the Alstom-Bombardier Facilities, in Ciudad Sahagún,.

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López Obrador celebrates revocation of injunctions against the Maya Train Project

On Wednesday, August 10th, during his morning conference, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico, celebrated the revocation of injunctions…

Man gunned down in broad daylight on the streets of Cancun

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More than 230 abandoned houses in downtown Merida are in risk of collapsing

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Man dies suddenly after finishing working shift in Mérida

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Trump has declined to answer questions from the New York Attorney General’s Office

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