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Commission Demands Better Treatment for Haitian Migrants in Mexico

The News

President of the Citizens Committee for the Defense of Naturalized and African-Mexican Citizens Wilmer Matelus, denounced the Mexican government’s decision to deport 600 Haitians to Brazil.

Sierra Madre Oriental Mountains Absorb and Destroy the First Hurricane of the Season

Al Jazeera

Franklin, the tropical cyclone that was briefly a hurricane, has mostly dissipated in the mountains of eastern Mexico in a mass of thunderclouds and flash floods.

A Drone Captured Shocking Footage of Inequality in Mexico City

Business Insider

Greater Mexico City is home to over 21 million people, making it the biggest metropolitan area in the western hemisphere and the largest Spanish-speaking city in the world. But the region is deeply divided between the haves and have-nots.

Legendary Football Star, Rafa Marquez, Denies Claims of Links to Drug Trafficking


The 38-year-old and is among 22 people and 43 entities including a football team and casino, being sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury Office for alleged links to Raul Flores Hernandez, a suspected drug trafficker who was indicted in California and Washington DC in March.

Ruling PRI Party Moves Toward Allowing Outsider 2018 Presidential Candidate

Thomson Reuters

Mexico’s ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party took a key step on Wednesday toward allowing non-party members, such as Finance Minister Jose Antonio Meade, to run for president in next year’s election.

Russian Daredevil Scales 40-Story Office Building in Downtown Mexico City

Ruptly TV

Real-life Spider-Man Pavel Gogulan from St Petersburg, Russia, climbed to the top of a 120-meter-high building in the center of Mexico City. The brave climber ran out of luck however when he arrived at the top of the building to be greeted by police.

UN Human Rights Representative: More Than 30,000 Missing in Mexico

Prensa Latina

The representative of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights in Mexico, Jan Jarab, confirmed that up to now 30,000 people have been reported missing in the country in recent years.

108 Mexican Firefighters ’Eager to Start’ on British Columbia Wildfire Efforts

CBC News

It’s the province’s first-ever deployment from Mexico, underscoring the intensity of the 100-plus wildfires that have strained the roughly 1,000 B.C. firefighters battling the blazes.

Tropical Storm Franklin Expected to Hit Mexico’s East Coast as Hurricane

Tropical storm Franklin has gained in strength and is expected to develop into a hurricane, hitting Mexico’’s eastern Veracruz state on Wednesday night or early on Thursday.

In a Bold Move, Mexico City Prioritizes Affordable Housing Over Parking


Mexico City just dropped its parking requirement, or the minimum number of spaces that developers must include when they construct new apartments and office buildings.

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