Mexico City News

In drought-prone Oaxaca, indigenous women are reviving ancient techniques to preserve water

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As water scarcity threatens their livelihoods, indigenous women in Mexico are relearning how to grow their ancestral foods. When Agustina Ortiz, 45, returned to her...

National

U.S sanctions accountants, firms linked to notorious Mexico cartel for timeshare scams that target...

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The United States has imposed sanctions on three Mexican accountants and four real estate and accounting firms allegedly linked to a timeshare scam ring...

Mexico ‘cancels’ statue of Greek god Poseidon after dispute with local deity

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Yucatan has "canceled" a statue of Poseidon, the Greek god of the sea, after a legal complaint filed by activist lawyers claiming it offended...

PRI National leader confessed to Narro that he took 300 million from the Campeche...

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Francisco Labastida Ochoa, former governor of Sinaloa, former senator, and former presidential candidate for the PRI, narrated on 'Aristegui En Vivo' that José Narro...

Economy

Mexican Peso hurt by Banxico’s Deputy Mejia’s dovish stance

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The Mexican Peso (MXN) has been negatively impacted by Banxico's Deputy Governor Omar Mejia Castelazo's dovish stance, resulting in a decline of over 1% in its value against the US Dollar (USD). The USD/...

Mexican Peso Sees 3-Day High as US Dollar Weakness Boosts Emerging Markets Currency

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The Mexican Peso ended the week with a 1% gain, reaching a three-day high against the US Dollar on Friday. The currency's appreciation came despite mixed US jobs data, which sparked speculation that the...

Business

Global liners flock to Mexico

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South Korean flagship carrier HMM has joined other liner companies such as Ocean Network Express (ONE), COSCO, OOCL, and Mediterranean Shipping Company (MSC) in...

Borderlands Mexico: Ambitious billion-dollar Tehuantepec rail corridor aims to grab more international trade

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Mexico's ambitious Tehuantepec rail corridor aims to boost international trade by connecting the Gulf of Mexico and the Pacific Ocean through the shortest distance...

Real Estate

Entertainment

Mexican couple reached the mixed doubles final at Wimbledon!

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Santiago González and Giuliana Olmos became the first Mexican duo to reach the mixed doubles final at Wimbledon. Olmos also became the first Mexican woman finalist in...

Jedi Academy in Mexico City: Where Star Wars Fans Master Lightsaber Dueling

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In a park on the south side of Mexico City, the night sky ignites with the multicolored glow of lightsabers. A man, wielding a...

Miami Heat and Washington Wizards to play regular-season game in Mexico City on Nov....

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The National Basketball Association (NBA) and Zignia Live are thrilled to announce that the Miami Heat and Washington Wizards will face off in a...

Food and Drinks

The New York Times published article about “milder salsas” for American diners at Mexico City taquerías

As more Americans visit or move to Mexico City, some taco shops have lowered the heat in their sauces. Not everyone is happy. Gerardo Medina...

Foreign girl admits to being looking for a rich Mexican boyfriend (VIDEO)

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Foreigner walks through Polanco shops to find a rich boyfriend; "I'm going to raise my standards" The young woman also received a lot of criticism...

Expats Crime

Morgantown man charged with trying to buy child in Mexico

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A Morgantown man has been charged after court documents say he tried to buy a child in Mexico. 42-year-old Scott D. Bixler, of Morgantown, has...

Travel

Mexico History

Mexico: A Refuge for Escaped Slaves 

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In South Texas, along the Rio Grande, lies a lesser-known part of history: Mexico as a freedom destination via the Underground Railroad for enslaved people.  O.J. Trevino, whose property overlooks the river, discovered his ancestor’s role in aiding escapees to freedom. His fifth-great-grandmother, Silvia Hector...

Mexico Living

Human Traffic Lights" on the main avenues of CDMX; they are people who place their bodies in front of a car to stop it and thereby allow another driver to enter a road in exchange for an economic reward. These people are standing in the iddle of the road, risking their lives while placing themselves in front of a car...

Heatlh

Mexico issues health alert for imported measles

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A minor infected with measles after returning from a family trip to Europe has triggered health alerts in Mexico, as it is a highly contagious and potentially serious, even deadly virus that was believed to be eliminated. The child was admitted to the 'Federico Gómez'...

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