Woman climber dies while off-limits at Popocatepetl volcano

A woman mountain climber in Mexico died and a climbing companion was injured when they.

Banxico accelerates the pace of its interest rate

Mexico’s central bank accelerated the pace of its interest rate increases on Thursday, June 23rd..

Mexico registers 16,133 new COVID cases in the last 24 hours

Mexico reported 16,133 new COVID-19 cases in the country on Thursday, the highest daily number.

Banxico makes record rate increase

The Bank of Mexico on Thursday, June 23rd, increased its benchmark interest rate by a.

AMLO’s Dos Bocas refinery cost doubles to $18 billion USD

A week before the grand opening of Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s flagship oil.

The bodies of the two murdered Jesuits have been found

The bodies of two Catholic priests and a tour guide have been found days after.

2 Jesuit priests were killed in the northern state of Chihuahua, Mexico

Two Jesuit priests have been killed inside a church where a man pursued by gunmen.

Tropical storms Blas and Celia weakened but still bring heavy rain to Southern Mexico

Celia weakened to a tropical depression off Central America during the weekend, as Tropical Storm.

Mexico manages to dissipate the migrant caravan

The largest migrant caravan to date this year has mostly dissipated, but that doesn’t mean.

Mexico sets a new Guinness World Record for a massive boxing class

Mexico City has set a world record for hosting the largest boxing class ever, with.

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New Merida Drive-In “Autocinemayab” to open Friday, August 12th

If you have not yet been to the drive-in here in Mérida, this concept is back in the city so…

The Municipal Book Fair Summer Edition is back in Mérida

With the participation of 12 exhibitors, the Municipal Book Fair began on Thursday, August 11th, in Mérida. Books available from…

11-year-old cruise passenger stung by a stingray in Progreso (Watch Video)

An 11-year-old boy, who happened to be a passenger on a cruise ship that docked in Progreso on Thursday, August…

4 out of every 100 young people do not have a job in Yucatan

According to figures provided by Irais Barón, director of the National Employment Service in Yucatan, there is an estimate of…

Daniel Ortega orders the closure of Catholic and Christian radio stations in Nicaragua

After persecuting and censoring the traditional press, Nicaragua is now attacking Catholic radio stations and campaigning against the Church’s presence…