Mexico City’s LGBTI Pride march brings thousands onto the streets (Video)

According to local media, on Saturday, June 26, 2021, approximately 18,000 people marched down iconic.

Mexico City shuts down face-to-face classes again

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexico City schools that had just gone back to in-person classes.

It’s official, ‘structural’ failure blamed for deadly Mexico metro crash

An investigation into the Mexico City metro disaster has revealed a series of construction flaws.

Surrogacy is rejected by feminists in Mexico

Feminists Say No to Supreme Court Endorsement Surrogacy is an arrangement, often supported by a legal.

CDMX announces return to face-to-face classes on June 7

MÈXICO, CITY, (May 20, 2021).- “The return to face-to-face classes in Mexico City will be on June 7, just one.

500 years ago the battle for the conquest of Mexico began in the Great Tenochtitlan

There are two ways of remembering the Spanish siege of Tenochtitlán, the Aztec capital now.

Carlos Slim’s business in the spotlight after Mexico City’s Metro train collapse

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) – Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim’s construction arm Grupo Carso faces scrutiny from.

Mexico City tourist almost drowned in Motul cenote

Motul, Yucatan, (May 10, 2021).- A tourist from Mexico City was about to drown in the.

Mexico City man who changed subway cars survives deadly collapse

“People were desperate, they tried to break the glass, they wanted to open the windows.

Sheinbaum rules out resignation of Metro Director after tragic accident on Line 12

The Mayor of Mexico City assured that it is necessary to wait until the expert.

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In 2023, the Marijuana harvest would begin in the south of Yucatan

Mérida, Yucatán, (December 08, 2021).-The southern cone of the State has the best lands for the cultivation and production of…

Yucatan will have the First Tapir Sanctuary in all of Mexico

The objective is to preserve the species, since the number of tapirs is decreasing. An agreement was signed with a…

Mexico’s bishops disappointed with their government’s decisions

Mexico’s bishops expressed disappointment with their government’s willingness to go along with a plan known as Remain in Mexico, in…

Omicron enters the Americas

(Reuters) - The Omicron variant of the coronavirus has so far been detected in the Americas in Argentina, Brazil, Canada,…

Javier Duarte, former Veracruz governor issued warrant for kidnapping

A new arrest warrant has been issued against Javier Duarte, the former governor of Veracruz. The Mexico City Attorney General’s…