Author: Yucatan Times

“Médico 24/7” project to provide complementary medical care in 105 municipalities

The “Médico 24/7” project will provide complementary medical care during the hours in which the communities.

The mysteries of the Cathedral of Merida, a Christian and Mayan house of worship.

The Yucatan Times would like to welcome renowned anthropologist Indalecio Cardeña who as of this.

Bolivian tourists arrested in Perú for damaging iconic Machu Picchu archaeological site

Lima (AFP) – Five tourists arrested for damaging Peru’s iconic Machu Picchu site will be.

In 2020, Mérida remains the safest city in México: INEGI

January 16, 2020.- The Yucatan state capital remains the city with the highest citizen perception.

Mauricio Vila to deliver first annual Government Results Report

On January 19, Governor Mauricio Vila Dosal will present his first annual report as governor.

Christopher Tolkien, son of the Lord of The Rings author JRR Tolkien died aged 95

An award-winning author in his own right, Christopher Tolkien will perhaps be best remembered for.

Little girl from Mérida goes viral on social networks

In social networks, the video of a small Yucatecan girl has gone viral big scale..

Expert says Mexico’s human rights situation is a ‘catastrophe’

Mexico City (AFP) – Mexico’s government has shown “total disinterest” in addressing a tidal wave.

High End LGBTQ in CDMX

MAGNIFICENT LGBTQ MEXICO CITY / PASSPORT MAGAZINE It’s Saturday night, and the music is so.

Over 1,000 migrants enter Guatemala, caravan heads toward Mexico

GUATEMALA CITY (Reuters) – At least 1,300 people have entered Guatemala in a new U.S.-bound.

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Mexican Homicide Rate Hits Record High in AMLOS’s First Year in Office

The number of homicides in Mexico hit a record high of 34,582 murders in 2019, according to a report by…

First case of potentially deadly Corona-virus detected in the United States

On Tuesday Jan. 21st, the U.S. government reported its first official case of a new and potentially deadly virus circulating…

AMLO expects new trade treaty will shield Mexico from Trump threats

According to the Washington Post, Mexican president Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador expressed optimism on the fact that the new North…

US bound migrant caravan stopped by Mexican government

CHIAPAS Mexico (Agencies) - The migrant caravan that remained stranded for two days on the border between Mexico and Guatemala…

Man seriously injured during the “Temaxeada”

A Yucatecan civilian resulted seriously injured after being hit by a bull in the town of Temax, Yucatan, during a…