|Building Under Construction Collapses in Mexico City, at Least Six Dead, Nine Injured|
Part of a building under construction collapsed in Mexico City on Monday, trapping workers underneath concrete beams and leaving at least six people dead and nine injured, officials said.
|Joe T. Hodo: The Migrants' Rights Movement Wants to Stop Me from Privatizing Mexico|
The Texas oilman is seeking to become, in his words, “the first gringo President of Mexico,” and is worried about “how well organized” certain sectors of the Mexican population are.
|The Tarahumara - Those Superhuman Runners from Mexico - Are Being Displaced|
The Tarahumara, a tribe of northwestern Mexico known for their long-distance running prowess, have been struggling in the face of displacement since 2006, when the country’s worst drought on record began to hedge their livelihood.
|Expert Warns Mexico of Lethal El Nino Phenomenon|
New China TV
Since torrential rainfall has claimed almost a hundred lives in Peru and over 300 in Colombia in 2017, Mexico should also be alert against the lethal El Nino phenomenon, an expert warns.
|Tales from the Border: Reporters Spend 2 Weeks Along the US-Mexico Frontier|
The Associated Press
AP journalists Christopher Sherman and Rodrigo Abd have just finished a road trip along the US-Mexico border from Matamoros-Brownsville in the east to Tijuana-San Diego in the west.
|Drug Cartels, Corrupt Officials and a Climate of Impunity Silence Journalists in Mexico|
Mexico is the deadliest country for reporters in the western hemisphere. But what galls journalists most is that the murders of their colleagues routinely go unpunished. Charges are few, prosecutions are rare, and convictions almost never happen.
|'Forbidden Shore' Is LatAm Music You Haven't Heard|
If there is one film that can serve as a metaphor for how little the world knows about Cuba, Latin America, and the rest of the region, it’s "The Forbidden Shore," a marvelous documentary that introduces the world to forty Cuban artists.
|Mexico's NAFTA Negotiator: Let's Get This Done Now|
President Trump wants a new trade deal with Mexico. Mexico’s message: Let’s get it done soon before it’s too late.
|Army Now Allowing UN and US to Observe Opium Poppy Eradication Efforts|
For the first time in at least a decade, Mexico’s army is allowing the United States and the United Nations to observe opium poppy eradication, a step toward deeper cooperation to fight heroin traffickers.
|Decade-Long Drug War in Mexico Has Caused Mass Forced Internal Displacements|
In 2016, there were 29 massive episodes of forced internal displacements recorded in the country, a situation which has affected at least 23,169 people in 12 different states.
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