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Lawmakers in Guadalajara Legalize Sex in Public Places


Guadalajara has approved a law change allowing sexual intercourse and exhibitionism in public, providing no one complains about it. Lawmakers hope the law will allow police to focus on fighting more serious crimes.

New Cycle of Cultural Workshops at Puerto Vallarta Library

Biblioteca Los Mangos

The workshops, courses and classes offered by Los Mangos Library Puerto Vallarta are a service framed in our mission to Inspire, Educate and Generate Opportunities to improve our community.

President-Elect Has Radical Plan to End Mexico’s Drug War


AMLO and his advisers have proposed sending drug war-fighting soldiers back to their barracks, pardoning nonviolent drug offenders, and boosting social programs, repeating slogans like, “Hugs, not gunshots,” on the campaign trail.

Vicente Fox Teaches Americans to Speak Spanish in Mexico


The former President of Mexico dropped by Esquire HQ in New York to share a few phrases en espanol that might come in handy for Americans trying to get around, make friends, and most importantly, let everyone know they didn’t vote for Donald Trump.

World Day for Vulnerable Indigenous Peoples

IPS World Desk

On this annual observance, let us commit to fully realizing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, including the rights to self-determination and to traditional lands, territories and resources.

Can Lopez Obrador End Mexico’s Devastating Drug Wars?

Al Jazeera

The shift from right of center (PAN) and center-right (PRI) to the far-left presidency of AMLO was a massive change, albeit a risky one. But Mexico desperately needed change.

Mexico Can’t Handle Your Tired, Poor, and Huddled Masses

Foreign Policy

Ever since Donald Trump’s election, America’s southern neighbor has become a growing destination for migrants - and the country is already buckling under the strain.

Ancient Mexican Insect Food Offers Alternatives for Healthy Eating

CGTN America

In Mexico ancient food traditions are offering new alternatives for healthy eaters and vegetarians. But beware, it’s not a trend for the squeamish.

Frida the Rescue Dog Honored With Statue for Earthquake Rescues


When Mexico was hit with back-to-back earthquakes in September, Frida the rescue dog became a symbol of hope. The 7-year-old Marina labrador saved 12 people from the rubble last year. Now, the heroic canine has a statue in her likeness in Puebla.

Deported By Trump, Migrants Press Mexico for Support


In addition to stepping into a fraught relationship with Mexico’s most important trade partner, Lopez Obrador has inherited a litany of problems, including a sluggish economy, record levels of violence and a human rights crisis.

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