Mexico Beat US and Canada to Host Opening 2026 FIFA World Cup Match
In the run-up to the 2026 FIFA World Cup games, the international football governing body has announced that Mexico City will host the opening game – beating fellow host nations, the United States and Canada.

Poverty and Inequality Mark Rural Life in Latin America
IPS News
In Mexico, whose countryside was home to 24 million of its 127 million inhabitants at the beginning of this decade, a study showed that eight out of every 10 rural inhabitants lived in poverty, and six in extreme poverty.

Meet the Newscaster in Drag Making LGBTQ+ History in Mexican Television
Associated Press
Through Guillermo Barraza’s drag character Amanda, the 32-year-old journalist is the first-ever drag queen to host a news program for Mexican TV.

Guerrero State Moves to Dissolve ‘Child Soldiers’ Brigade
Border Report
Authorities in Guerrero, Mexico, have opened a criminal investigation on a town that provided firearms and paramilitary training to 20 underage boys and girls.

Mexico City’s Water Crisis: A Call to Action
With a population of 21 million, this Latin American giant faces challenges from climate-induced dry spells, unchecked urban expansion, and worn-out infrastructure.

Did Drug Traffickers Funnel Millions of Dollars to Mexican President López Obrador’s First Campaign?
Witnesses told the US DEA that the money was provided in return for a promise that a future López Obrador government would tolerate the cartel’s operations.

Leak of Mexican Journalists’ Personal Data Raises Security Worries
The theft of the personal data of hundreds of journalists in Mexico has raised fresh safety concerns in one of the most dangerous countries in the world for media professionals.

AMLO: Heart Attacks the Main Cause of Death in Mexico, Not Violence
During his morning conference, President Andrés Manuel López Obrador mentioned that heart attacks are the main cause of death in Mexico, in response to questions about violence in the country.


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