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Mexico City Is the Least Affordable Capital City for Drinking Water

The results of the 2017 Global Water Tariff Survey’s Affordability Index have revealed that Mexico City residents spend around 3.71% of their household income on water bills, well above the 3% affordability threshold advised by the UNDP.

Will Trump Be Impeached, Removed Via the 25th Amendment or Resign?


How is the Trump presidency likely to end? It is a question that has been asked more frequently by more people about President Donald Trump than about any other commander in chief in modern history.

Call for Independence from Catalonia May Have Sparked a Copycat Movement in Mexico


A group is calling for these states to break off and unify as "The Mexico Republic Of The North." Since it’s only a Facebook page at the moment, It might just be a joke. But page likes have gone up by 4,200 percent in only two weeks.

Trying to Make Immigration an Option Rather Than a Need in Latin America

Inter Press Service

The aim is for migration to become just one option among others for the rural population of Latin America, says Brazilian expert Luiz Carlos Beduschi, referring to an issue that causes concern in the region due to its impact on food security

’Why So Much Hate?’ Slayings of Young Women Surge in Mexico’s Largest State

The Associated Press

The State of Mexico officially ranks second to the nation’s capital with 346 killings classified as femicides since 2011, according to government statistics.

New Poll Reveals Majority of Americans Favor Increased Gun Restrictions

In the wake of the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, most Americans — regardless of party — favor tightening restrictions on firearms, according to a new NPR/Ipsos poll.

Guadalupe de la Torre: When Donald Trump Only Makes Things Worse in Mexico


Many Mexican households depend on remittances from abroad, mostly from the United States. How are they to recover from recent natural disasters if Trump decides to impose higher taxes on them?

6,000 Complaints ... Then the Quake: The Scandal Behind Mexico City’s 225 Dead

The Guardian

Before the earthquake, Mexico City residents lodged thousands of complaints about construction violations. Many of the buildings in question collapsed.

Mexico and Central America ’Do More’ to Stop Drugs Than US, Says White House Chief

The Hill

Kelly praised the Mexican government for its role in border security, saying the United States doesn’t pull its weight on fighting demand within the United States for the drugs.

Rights of Rural Women Have Seen Uneven Progress in Latin America

Inter Press Service

As the International Day of Rural Women nears, access to quality education, productive resources, technical training and participation remain challenges shared by rural Latin American women to close the persistent gaps in gender equality and realize their full potential under equal conditions.

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