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The crash killed an elderly woman and injured another person. No injuries were reported among Sheinbaum and her team.


Below-average rainfall worsens drought conditions as Mexico awaits summer rains
The country is in the grip of one of the worst droughts in the last decade, with half the usual amount of rain so far this year.
Below-average rainfall worsens drought conditions as Mexico awaits summer rains
The country is in the grip of one of the worst droughts in the last decade, with half the usual amount of rain so far this year.
How one nonprofit is cleaning up Mexico’s drinking water
Caminos de Agua is bringing safe, drinkable water back to vulnerable communities in Guanajuato.
How one nonprofit is cleaning up Mexico’s drinking water
Caminos de Agua is bringing safe, drinkable water back to vulnerable communities in Guanajuato.
Over 80% of Mexicans are now internet users, up 9.7 points from 2020
Connectivity has increased steadily in Mexico, particularly among the young, though there is still a digital divide between urban and rural areas.
Over 80% of Mexicans are now internet users, up 9.7 points from 2020
Connectivity has increased steadily in Mexico, particularly among the young, though there is still a digital divide between urban and rural areas.
Former US customs officer convicted of bribery for letting cars with drugs cross the border
All told, Leonard Darnell George accepted more than US $300,000 in bribes and could face life in prison.
Former US customs officer convicted of bribery for letting cars with drugs cross the border
All told, Leonard Darnell George accepted more than US $300,000 in bribes and could face life in prison.
DNA testing of children sacrificed at Chichén Itzá surprises researchers
The sacrificial victims’ remains were found in 1967 and are over 1,000 years old, but scientists are just now learning more about who they were.
DNA testing of children sacrificed at Chichén Itzá surprises researchers
The sacrificial victims’ remains were found in 1967 and are over 1,000 years old, but scientists are just now learning more about who they were.
Conservationists celebrate reproduction of endemic axolotl in captivity
The endangered native Mexican amphibians are being bred in captivity as part of conservation efforts.
Conservationists celebrate reproduction of endemic axolotl in captivity
The endangered native Mexican amphibians are being bred in captivity as part of conservation efforts.
Let’s talk about money: How to ‘pichar un baro’ in Mexico
Language expert Paulina Gerez is back to teach you all about how to talk about money (and spend it) in Mexico.
Let’s talk about money: How to ‘pichar un baro’ in Mexico
Language expert Paulina Gerez is back to teach you all about how to talk about money (and spend it) in Mexico.
Mexico looks to prioritize development of semiconductor industry
The country is further solidifying efforts to promote the semiconductor industry as part of the North American supply chain.
Mexico looks to prioritize development of semiconductor industry
The country is further solidifying efforts to promote the semiconductor industry as part of the North American supply chain.

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