|Priest Killed in Mexico; 9th Slain in Country in Past 4 Years|
The Associated Press
A Roman Catholic priest has been killed in the western Mexican state of Michoacan, the ninth slain in the country in the past four years.
|Inside the Secretive Network of Abortion Pill Vigilantes|
Since the fall of Roe, a covert chain of activists have banded together to provide abortion medication to those in red states - and they’re risking everything in the process.
|Migrants Flow Through Mexico’s Southern Border After Title 42’s End|
Los Angeles Times
Huge numbers of U.S.-bound migrants — mostly South and Central Americans, but also a mix of people from Africa, Asia and Europe — are making illegal crossings of the more than 500-mile border separating Mexico from Guatemala.
|Mexico Unveils New Non-Binary Passport: ‘Diversity Enriches and Flourishes’|
In a win for diversity, Mexico has finally begun allowing its citizens to legally identify as their true selves after issuing the country’s first non-binary passport.
|Is Mexico’s President Weakening Its Democracy?|
Moves, such as the changes to election law made recently by his government, have critics worried that he’s positioning his party to revive a kind of one-party rule that threatens Mexican democracy.
|Government Financing for Mayan Train Violates Socio-Environmental Standards|
Inter Press Service
The construction of the Mexican government’s most important megaproject has drawn criticism from affected communities due to its environmental, social and cultural effects.
|Threatening 22 Million People, Scientists Closely Watch Mexico’s ’Popo’ Volcano|
Mexico’s Popocatepetl volcano rumbled to life again this week, belching out towering clouds of ash that forced 11 villages to cancel school sessions.
|Some Pharmacies in Mexico Sell Counterfeit Drugs to U.S. Tourists|
Pain News Network
Researchers say the growing trade in counterfeit drugs – both north and south of the border – is due in part to a decade-long crackdown on prescription opioids.
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