In Yucatán, 21.3 percent of users suffered cyberbullying

Mérida, Yucatán, (July 06, 2020).- 21. 3 percent of Internet users in Yucatán, aged 12.

Mérida woman exhibits stalker in public transport; he threatens her with death

Mérida, Yucatán, (June 22, 2021).- Through social networks, a woman reported being the victim of.

UADY professor is linked to sexual abuse process and accused of harassment

Mèrida, Yucatàn, (June 18, 2021).- After learning that the Second Control Court linked a Uady.

Municipal Police is dismissed for alleged harassment of a woman in Tizimín, Yucatán

Tizimìn, Yucatàn, (May 24, 2021).- Through social networks, a young woman (N.T.M.) circulated a video.

Ciudad Caucel stalker caught on video gets arrested by SSP agents

MÉRIDA, Yuc., (April 28, 2021)- The video of a man who harassed a young girl.

Valladolid installs the “Accompaniment Network” for women

The proposal created in Mérida prevents cases of harassment, sexual abuse and even kidnapping Valladolid,.

Woman confronts the man who was filming her on Cancun bus

Verónica Aranda from Cancun, Quintana Roo went viral on social networks after facing a man.

Video showing racist Florida woman harassing landscapers goes viral

Brandon Cordova and his landscaping crewmates were finishing up their second-to-last job of the day.

Obama Calls for Progress on Police Reform

The former president discussed the nation’s George Floyd protests and systemic racism in a live.

It remains a ‘shocking failure’ that African Americans are ‘harassed and threatened in their own country’ (George W. Bush)

Former President George W. Bush in a statement on Tuesday condemned the ongoing presence of.

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Baby girl born in SSP ambulance

An ambulance from the Ministry of Public Security (SSP) went to the Komchen police station on the evening of Thursday,…

Alert in Tizimín as the number of Covid cases in children skyrockets

Most Tizimileños have relaxed their sanitary measures but although there are no hospitalizations, a number of new Covid cases have…

The Wall Street Journal says human trafficking is “Big Business”

Migrant-trafficking networks, with smugglers known as coyotes, have grown from a cottage industry to operations linked to drug gangs. The…

US authorities will stop honoring expired passports as of July 1st

The US State Department will no longer honor expired United States passports next month, ending a pandemic-era practice implemented due…

US Supreme Court’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ ruling puts immigration policy in the hands of voters

In the very last decision of its latest term, the Supreme Court released a major ruling that not only clears a barrier to…