Author: Yucatan Times

Mexican journalist cowardly knocked unconscious live on air during protest in CDMX

A journalist was knocked unconscious live on air after being punched in the face while.

Protesters deface iconic Angel of Independence with graffiti in Mexico City

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Workers erected a wooden wall around Mexico City’s iconic Angel of.

Youths with Down syndrome working at Mexican coffee shop

The first coffee shop staffed by people with Down syndrome in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico, continues.

Police rape allegations fuel protests in Mexico City

A recent string of alleged police attacks on women and girls has led thousands of.

Mexican berries exported to China

After having reached exports amounting to 2,241 million dollars in 2018, producers and exporters of.

Querida Familia Latina, the letter of solidarity from Latinx leaders

Actresses America Ferrera and Eva Longoria are leading a group of over 200 Latinx writers,.

AMLO places his name on Mexico’s public school’s fifth-grade History Books

Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has placed his name on Mexico’s public school’s fifth-grade.

Hurricanes are named after HURACÁN the Mayan god of wind, fire, and storms

When he becomes furious, nobody can control his rage. He descends from the clouds on.

Would you like to know all about the ‘Yucatan Green Gold Era’ ?

Sotuta de Peón, once one of the largest hacienda plantations for the production of natural.

Real Estate company from Monterrey to invest 254.3 million USD in Mérida

The Monterrey company ‘Misión Obispado’ will invest 5 billion pesos (254.3 million USD) to develop.

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Mexico judge approves recreational cocaine for two users

A Mexican judge has granted two people the right to recreational cocaine use, in the first ruling of its kind,…

Former Canadian consul murdered in Cancun

In a preliminarily report it was indicated that the body of the 62-year-old former Canadian consul showed traces of violence…

Central Mexico states of Guanajuato and Querétaro want their own version of the Maya Train

The governments of Guanajuato and Querétaro are working on a proposal to build an interurban train to connect five states…

8.7 Million Tourists Expected to Cruise to Mexico in 2019

The cruise industry in Mexico continues to thrive, as popular vacation destinations across the country expect to see a total…

Mexican families scour arid plains for graves of disappeared

TORREON, Mexico (Reuters) - Fifteen years after her daughter’s disappearance, 55-year-old Silvia Ortiz spends day after day raking through arid…