Two Canadian tourists and one Argentine hotel manager have been found murdered in less than a week, in Mexico's Riviera Maya area. These events have once again put the spotlight on violence in this region full of beach resorts.Add your comment!
A Mexican teacher has been sacked after an antisemitic remark during a virtual class which resulted in most embarrassing for her students: What's the difference between a pizza and a Jew?, she asked.Add your comment!
Mexican football authorities have announced they wil expel any fan from a stadium who uses foul language against players. But most of all, these fans will be suspended for five years from attending soccer events if they use homophobic remarks such as “puto” as an insult, it was announced Tuesday.1 comment
Mexico's Federal Commission for the Protection against Sanitary Risks (Cofepris) has issued the green light Wednesday for the emergency use of the Cuban-developed Abdala vaccine against COVID-19.
Mexican migration authorities have decided over the past few days to reinstate a visa requirement for travelers from Venezuela, Ecuador, and Brazil after it was detected large numbers of those alleged tourists were seeking to go on by land and try to cross into the United States.
The Norwegian Breakaway, belonging to the Norwegian Cruise Line, docked in New Orleans, on Saturday with at least ten positive cases of Covid-19, according to the Louisiana Health Department.
Russia's Lukoil oil company Wednesday announced the finding of an oil reserve off the coast of Tabasco in Mexico believed to be worth 250 million barrels of crude. ”The reservoir was discovered when drilling the Yoti West-1EXP well from the semi-submersible platform Valaris 8505,” according to a company statement.
Leaders of Canada, the United States and Mexico have achieved little to no progress after their first three-part Summit in Washington this week. Nevertheless, there were some coincidences regarding arms trafficking, migration and the recovery from the pandemic.
Pharmaceutical companies from Israel and Mexico have announced an oral vaccine against COVID-19 is to be marketed across Latin America shortly.
Former Colombian guerrilla leader Rodrigo Granda, who was denied entry into Mexico Tuesday, was deported back to his native country. He explained he had never been under arrest.