U.S. Issues Warning Over Timeshare Scams in Mexico
Traveling Lifestyle
When considering purchasing a timeshare or real estate in Mexico, U.S. citizens should exercise caution, as certain sellers may use dishonest methods

The Deadly Costs for Mexico’s Indigenous Fighting Climate Change
Los Angeles Times
Indigenous communities are showing us how the fight against climate change begins at the local level. They also have valuable lessons to teach us about maintaining plants, fauna and species native to their lands.

The Environmental and Social Impact of the Maya Train
Mexico News Daily
Few infrastructure projects have generated such heated debate in Mexico in recent years as the Maya Train (Tren Maya), President López Obrador’s long-promised railroad in the Yucatán Peninsula.

Mexico Asks China’s Help in Curbing Production of Fentanyl
Associated Press
Mexico’s president asked his Chinese counterpart for help in halting chemicals from China used by Mexican drug dealers to illegally produce fentanyl, while also complaining of “rude” U.S. pressure to curb the drug trade.

Mexico Begins Holy Week With the Highest Economic Expectation in 3 Years
Mexico begins Easter with an expectation of income of more than 160,000 million pesos amid a rebound in domestic consumption that points to recovery levels pre-pandemic in commerce, services and tourism, despite challenges such as insecurity and inflation.

Fire at Migrant Center in Mexico Near U.S. Border Kills at Least 39
The Washington Post
A fire broke out at a migrant detention facility just south of the U.S. border, killing at least 39 people in one of the deadliest tragedies in years involving foreigners apprehended while trying to reach the United States.

Drug War Cooperation Between the U.S. And Mexico Is at Its Lowest Point in Decades. What Went Wrong?
NBC News
Current and former U.S. officials say recent events at the border are symptomatic of just how badly the relationship between the two countries has deteriorated in what used to be called the drug war — at the precise moment when joint action is most needed.

The Deadly Costs for Mexico’s Indigenous Communities Fighting Climate Change
Los Angeles Times
Mexico’s Indigenous communities are on the front lines of ecological preservation. If we fail to pay attention to and protect Indigenous voices, we all stand to suffer the consequences of our fading ecology.

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