Friday, June 14, 2024
A dark-colored endangered axolotl of the species A. altamirani swims over pebbles in a creek.

Conservationists celebrate reproduction of endemic axolotl in captivity

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The endangered native Mexican amphibians are being bred in captivity as part of conservation efforts.
Chichén Itzá site

DNA testing of children sacrificed at Chichén Itzá surprises researchers

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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.
Mexican pesos

Let’s talk about money: How to ‘pichar un baro’ in Mexico

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Language expert Paulina Gerez is back to teach you all about how to talk about money (and spend it) in Mexico.
PCB board

Mexico looks to prioritize development of semiconductor industry

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The country is further solidifying efforts to promote the semiconductor industry as part of the North American supply chain.
A smiling girl with clean water

How one nonprofit is cleaning up Mexico’s drinking water

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Caminos de Agua is bringing safe, drinkable water back to vulnerable communities in Guanajuato.
Jaguar surrounded by furniture and junk on a backyard patio at night in Cancun

Video of jaguar sighting in Cancún backyard goes viral

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The video on social media shows the jaguar prowling a Cancún backyard patio at night and rummaging through the homeowner's belongings.
Mexican flag

Opinion: The risks to liberal democracy and an effective state in Mexico

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Former Ambassador Arturo Sarukhan thinks Claudia Sheinbaum needs to repair damage to Mexico's democracy and reputation abroad.

As heat breaks records in Mexico’s north, torrential rains pummel the south

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Emergency officials across Mexico are dealing with both a northern heat wave with 50-degree-Celsius temps and heavy rains in the southeast.
Brian Nichols in an appearance before Congress

US State Department official remarks on judicial reform in Mexico, urges ‘transparency’

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Assistant Secretary of State Brian Nichols addressed questions from U.S. lawmakers about AMLO's judicial reform proposal and its potential impact.
Green juice or jugo verde

Beat the heat with this refreshing pineapple jugo verde

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With relentless summer beating down on us, this refreshing juice is just the thing to keep cool and stay healthy.

The Avanzada Regia: How Monterrey changed Mexican rock

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The story of how rebellious youths from Mexico's most conservative city started a rock revolution and moved a continent.
Part of Chapultepec Castle with what looks like three black and red banners hanging from it

Mexico threatens legal action over Chapultepec Castle online ad

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Mexico's history agency was not amused by a Max Latinoamérica online ad showing the historic site flying flags from House Targaryen.
Peso and dollar bills

Peso plummets to nearly 19 to the US dollar, then makes slight recovery

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Governor Victoria Rodríguez said Wednesday that while the Mexican economy is solid, the Bank of Mexico could take action in case of "extreme volatility."
Claudia Sheinbaum at a press conference

Sheinbaum says investors in Mexico have ‘nothing to worry about’

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Sheinbaum spoke about investor concerns following a meeting with U.S. officials, which Ambassador Salazar described as "very good and friendly."
Refugees displaced by an armed attack on their Chiapas town stand in the bleachers of a open air sports court and look at proceedings below through a protective wire fence

Over 4,000 residents flee Chiapas town following armed attack

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Thousands in the Chiapas town who fled a June 4 armed attack by a criminal group refuse to go home until authorities can ensure their safety.
A Volaris plane flying over Mexico

International air arrivals to Mexico up 20% in Q1 2024 compared to 2019

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Over 10 million passengers traveled to Mexico from the United States between January and April 2024, an 8.4% increase over 2023.