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The hurricane is projected to pass north of Mérida later on Friday, with the towns of Motul and Progreso on or near the forecast path.


Foreign direct investment in Mexico forecast to increase 8% in 2024
COMCE, a Mexico City-based private sector organization, predicts that FDI will increase to US $39 billion this year.
Foreign direct investment in Mexico forecast to increase 8% in 2024
COMCE, a Mexico City-based private sector organization, predicts that FDI will increase to US $39 billion this year.
Why Holbox is Mexico’s perfect island paradise
This sleepy island off the northern coast of Quintana Roo is one of Mexico’s last great underdeveloped tourist destinations.
Why Holbox is Mexico’s perfect island paradise
This sleepy island off the northern coast of Quintana Roo is one of Mexico’s last great underdeveloped tourist destinations.
Last month was Mexico’s rainiest June since 1941
The rainfall recorded during June has mitigated the worst of the drought conditions in northern Mexico.
Last month was Mexico’s rainiest June since 1941
The rainfall recorded during June has mitigated the worst of the drought conditions in northern Mexico.
Over 300 flights canceled in Cancún and Tulum as Beryl hits Mexico
The Tulum airport grounded all airplanes for three days as the storm bore down on the Yucatán Peninsula.
Over 300 flights canceled in Cancún and Tulum as Beryl hits Mexico
The Tulum airport grounded all airplanes for three days as the storm bore down on the Yucatán Peninsula.
Mexican Slang 101: Sport
If you don’t know what it means to cruzazulear – then maybe it’s time to brush up on your Mexican soccer vocabulary!
Mexican Slang 101: Sport
If you don’t know what it means to cruzazulear – then maybe it’s time to brush up on your Mexican soccer vocabulary!
Police deployed to protect Poseidon statue that ‘angered’ a Maya god in Yucatán
Is this Poseidon statue an affront to the Maya god of rain? After a viral social media post, Yucatán police were more worried about earthly threats to the monument.
Police deployed to protect Poseidon statue that ‘angered’ a Maya god in Yucatán
Is this Poseidon statue an affront to the Maya god of rain? After a viral social media post, Yucatán police were more worried about earthly threats to the monument.

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