Day of the Dead or Dia De Muertos Parade in Mexico City Returns After Being Canceled in 2020 Due to COVID

Day of the Dead or Dia De Muertos Parade in Mexico City Returns After Being Canceled in 2020 Due to COVID

The Dia de Muertos or Day of the Dead parade in Mexico City is returning this year as the country continues to experience improvement in its COVID cases.
Mexico Landslide Kills 1 People and Leaves Another 10 Missing

Mexico Landslide Kills 1 Person and Leaves Another 10 Missing

At least one person is dead, and 10 others are missing after a landslide buried several homes on a hillside area at Tlalnepantla in Mexico on Friday afternoon.
Mysterious Blue Lights Seen in Mexico Sky During a Powerful Earthquake Set off Apocalyptic Speculation

Mysterious Blue Lights Seen in Mexico Sky During a Powerful Earthquake Set off Apocalyptic Speculation

Mysterious blue lights flashed across the night sky during a powerful earthquake that rattled Mexico City and nearby cities on Tuesday.
1 Dead After Mexico Struck by Powerful 7.0-Magnitude Earthquake

1 Dead As Mexico Struck by Powerful 7.0-Magnitude Earthquake

At least one death was reported after a powerful 7.0-magnitude earthquake hit southwestern Mexico on Tuesday night that rattled Acapulco and nearby cities.
1 Dead, 26 Injured in Mexico City Gas Leak Explosion

1 Dead, 26 Injured in Mexico City Gas Leak Explosion

A gas leak explosion in a Mexico City apartment building complex Monday morning has killed one person while injuring 26 people.
Mexico: Man Jailed for 208 Years Over School Quake Collapse That Killed 26 People

Mexico: Man Jailed for 208 Years Over School Quake Collapse That Killed 26 People

A man was sentenced to 208 years in prison for the criminal homicides of 26 people who died when a school collapsed during a quake that hit Mexico City in 2017.
Mexico City Mayor Sheinbaum Pardo Inaugurated Line 1 Of Cable Bus

Mexico City: Escaping Traffic with Cable Cars

After its inauguration, the new cable car system of Mexico City allowed commuters to visit the most traffic-clogged cities in the world on Monday.
Mexican Billionaire Carlos Slim to Pay for the Reconstruction of Collapsed Mexico City Subway Train Overpass

Mexican Billionaire Carlos Slim to Pay for the Reconstruction of Collapsed Mexico City Overpass

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim vowed to pay all the costs to reconstruct the subway overpass-stretch in Mexico City.
Mexican Boxer Canelo Alvarez Buys Young Artist's Work to Help Her Go to University in Mexico City

Mexican Boxer Canelo Alvarez Buys Young Artist's Work to Help Her Go to University in Mexico City

Mexican boxer Canelo Alvarez has bought a young artist's painting to help her going to a university.
Mexico City to pay the Families of Train Collapse Victims

Mexico City to Pay the Families of Train Collapse Victims

The families of the train collapse victims in Mexico City will receive payment from their local government on top of the financial aid that will be provided by the train line management.
Mexico City Rail Overpass Collapses

20 Dead, 70 Hurt as Mexico City Rail Overpass Collapses

A railway overpass in Mexico City collapsed on Monday night, killing and injuring more than a dozen individuals.
DNA Bank

Mexico Opens DNA Bank To Fight Sex Crimes

Mexico City Attorney General Ernestina Godoy emphasized that the DNA bank will be the first of its kind in Mexico. She also pointed out that each day more than ten women are murdered which means that it will be a basic tool in the investigation of violence against women.
Extended nationwide lockdown to slow spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19)

Local Cane Alcohol Poisons 77 People, Kills 25 in Mexico

The Mexican Ministry of Health announced the death of another alcohol poisoning victim in the western part of the nation on Tuesday.
House of Laments

Find Out How Brave You Are By Visiting Mexico's Most Haunted Places

Are you brave enough?
Cancun Mexico-Dreams Resort

Is Spring Break in Mexico a Good Idea?

Mexico still welcomes tourists however, officials urge caution due to the coronavirus outbreak.

Mexico's Subway Collision Kills 1, Injures 41

Two subway cars from Mexico City's Metro system collided, killing 1 and injuring more than 40.
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