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Mexico metro crash: Outrage growing over infrastructural problems
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Drone Footage Shows Metro Carriages Lifted From Mexico City
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Mexico City subway after a train plunged from an overpass
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Mexico metro overpass collapses, killing 23 and injuring dozens
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Deadly Mexico City Train Crash
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Mexico City bridge collapses with metro train on it
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Video shows moment Mexico City metro overpass collapses
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23 dead and dozens injured as metro overpass collapses in Mexico City
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At least 20 dead, 70 injured as Mexico City metro overpass collapses onto road
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Mexico metro overpass collapses, killing 15 and injuring dozens
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Mexico city mayor: At least 15 killed in subway overpass collapse
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Mothers of femicide victims protest lack of convictions in Mexico
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Mexico City Subway Train Tumbles to Ground After Bridge Failure, 23 deadA metro train in Mexico City careened off the tracks and fell after a railroad bridge collapsed ... a deadly moment that was captured on video. It happened late Monday night in the southeast area of..
At least 13 dead as Mexico City metro overpass collapsesAt least 13 people have died after an overpass in Mexico City collapsed, sending a train plunging down and trapping cars underneath the rubble.
Mexican president's airport project pushes full steam ahead despite coronavirusMexico's economy has virtually ground to a halt and is bleeding jobs in the pandemic lockdown, but tens of thousands of workers at a flagship government airport have not skipped a beat, toiling around..
Cuban doctors may stay longer in Mexico if coronavirus cases keep risingHundreds of Cuban doctors and nurses who were sent to Mexico City to help respond to the coronavirus pandemic could stay longer if cases keep rising, a senior government official said.
Mexico City to begin gradual exit from lockdown on MondayThe mayor of Mexico City said on Friday the Mexican capital will next week lift restrictions on car traffic and public transport, and allow 340,000 factory works to get back to work, even though new..
Protests over police abuses flare again in Mexico's two largest citiesMasked men and women protesting police abuses vandalized buildings and threw stones at the U.S. Embassy in Mexico City on Friday as Mexican state authorities arrested three officers in a bid to quell..
Protests over police abuses spread to Mexico City, stones thrown at U.S. embassyMasked men and women protesting police abuses vandalized buildings and threw stones at the U.S. embassy in Mexico City on Friday as Mexican state authorities arrested three officers in a bid to quell..
Mammoth skeletons dug up at Mexico City airport construction siteAlongside construction crews racing to build the Mexican capital's new airport, skulls and curving tusks of massive mammoths peek through the dirt as archaeologists dig up more and more bones belonging..
Mexico receives two flights of Mexican nationals returned from U.S.Two flights of Mexican nationals who were returned from the United States arrived in Mexico City on Friday, and the 189 passengers will be sent to their states of origin, the Mexican government said.
Large contingent of Cuban doctors help Mexico with coronavirus: sourcesAt least 500 Cuban health workers are helping tackle the new coronavirus in Mexico City, Mexican officials say, making it likely the largest contingent the communist-led island has deployed globally as..
Mexico fears pandemic pushing millions into povertyMEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The economic fallout from coronavirus could add nine million people to Mexico's poor, according to a government study released on Monday calling for aid like..
Water shortage leaves poorer Mexicans high and dry in coronavirus fightIn the shade of a rust-colored hill, a dozen women gathered on a dusty road to fill buckets from a water tanker truck that pulled up to service their modest community built on a former Mexico City..
Mexico's prostitutes end up homeless as coronavirus keeps clients at home, shuts hotelsHungry, scared and tired, scores of sex workers in Mexico City have been forced to live on the streets as fear of contracting the coronavirus keeps clients away and the government shuttered the hotels..
20 doctors at Mexican public hospital test positive for coronavirusAt least 20 doctors at a public hospital outside Mexico City have tested positive for the coronavirus, the head of Mexico's social security institute (IMSS) said on Wednesday, in the second major..
Mexico City coronavirus test lab draws lines of peopleDozens of people waited in their cars and on the sidewalk at a laboratory in an upscale Mexico City neighborhood on Wednesday to be tested for coronavirus, eager for diagnoses despite the government's..
Mexico City grows quieter as mayor moves to stem coronavirus spreadThe streets in the heart of Mexico City usually clogged with bikers most Sundays grew noticeably quiet after the mayor ordered a popular outdoors event suspended along with other measures, even as the..
El Salvador accuses Mexico of sending it 12 coronavirus patientsEl Salvador's President Nayib Bukele on Monday accused Mexico of allowing a dozen confirmed coronavirus cases to board a flight due to leave Mexico City for San Salvador, and said he had suspended all..
At least one dead, dozens injured in Mexico City metro crashAt least one person was killed and 41 injured when two trains collided on Mexico City's underground metro network late on Tuesday, local authorities said.
Nazi salutes, Molotov cocktails rock massive Mexico women's marchA group of women outside Mexico City's main cathedral clashed on Sunday with men protesting abortion who made Nazi salutes, among scuffles that left dozens injured during a protest of tens of thousands..
Latin American cities hold massive Women's Day marchesFrom Buenos Aires to Mexico City, women across Latin America's biggest cities took to the streets for International Women's Day on Sunday, spurred by a growing outcry over inequality, femicide and..
Mexican prosecutors to issue arrest warrants in probe for young girl's murderMexican authorities said on Wednesday they would soon issue arrest warrants for two people wanted for the murder of a 7-year-old girl in Mexico City, the latest in a series of killings that have..
Mexican lawmakers toughen penalties for femicide, abuse of minors after murdersMexico's lower house of congress on Tuesday approved an increase in prison sentences for crimes of femicide and sexual abuse of minors, amid a wave of protests after the murder of a seven-year-old girl..
Family says government did not protect young girl murdered in Mexico CityRelatives of a seven-year-old girl murdered in Mexico said on Monday the government had failed to protect her despite their pleas for help, while President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador appeared to blame..
Mexico City killing sparks fury over violence against womenThe gruesome murder of a 25-year-old woman in Mexico's capital has unleashed outrage among authorities and rights groups after leaked photos of her mutilated body appeared on the front page of a..
Russian foreign minister says efforts to remove Venezuela's Maduro not 'useful'Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov during a visit to Mexico City on Thursday criticized attempts to remove Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro as not "useful" and denounced U.S. foreign policy in..
Mexico reports no infections, after one person with new coronavirus visits countryMexico's health ministry said one person carrying the new coronavirus had visited Mexico City, but since left the country, and nobody identified as having been in contact with them has so far shown..
Suspected associate of El Chapo's sons flees Mexico City prisonThree prisoners wanted by the United States for their links to drug trafficking, including an alleged associate of the sons of Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, on Wednesday escaped from a..
Mexico City goes back to the future with plastic bag banMexico City's new ban on plastic bags has inspired visions of a journey back in time even as local makers of the packaging worry they could become obsolete.
Morales says the U.S. offered him plane to leave BoliviaFormer Bolivian President Evo Morales said in an interview with Reuters in Mexico City on Friday that the United States had offered a plane to get him out of Bolivia.
In new blow to Mexico's crime fight, judge frees suspected cartel membersTwenty-seven of 31 suspected cartel members arrested this week in a Mexico City raid were freed by a judge, President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Friday, marking his government's second..
Security forces arrest 31 cartel suspects in raid on Mexico City drug labs: authoritiesSecurity forces arrested 31 suspected cartel members on Tuesday in a raid on a warren of clandestine tunnels and alleged drug laboratories in Mexico City, authorities said.
Mexican president delays international airport opening to 2022Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Thursday a commercial airport north of Mexico City will be inaugurated by April 2022, pushing back earlier target opening dates after a slew of..
Mexican president says airport serving capital to operate by 2021Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said construction on an airport north of Mexico City will begin on Thursday and the site will open by 2021, despite a slew of legal hurdles that have..
Walls will not halt migration: Guatemala president-electThose who believe that walls will halt migration are mistaken, Guatemala's President-elect Alejandro Giammattei said at an event in Mexico City on Monday.
Mexico busts human smuggling ring operating in Cancun, Mexico City airportsMexican authorities on Saturday said they detained two suspected leaders of a human smuggling ring that brought migrants from South America and Asia to Mexico before transporting them toward the..
Mexico's Oaxaca state legalizes abortion in historic move for Catholic nationThe Mexican state of Oaxaca on Wednesday approved a bill to legalize abortion, making it only the second region of the predominantly Roman Catholic country after Mexico City to permit the procedure.
Death of an activist: unsolved murder exposes fraught outlook in MexicoHuman rights activists in Mexico had already suffered a bad year by the time 58-year-old Cristina Vazquez was murdered in her apartment in an affluent Mexico City neighborhood at the end of June.
Mexico president says all companies involved in canceled airport paid offMexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Wednesday that all the companies involved in the construction of the part-built $13 billion Mexico City airport he canceled in late October had now..
Argentina detains businessman at center of Mexican corruption scandalArgentine authorities and Interpol detained on Friday a businessman who was at the center of a Mexican corruption scandal in 2004 that hurt the reputation of Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who at the..
Mexico City prison fire kills at least three, injures sevenA fire at a prison in eastern Mexico City on Thursday morning killed at least three men and injured seven others, the city government said in a statement.
Mexico detains migrant children in cramped holding center despite court rulingOvercrowding, prison-like conditions, bed bugs and illness are among the complaints of migrants in a Mexico City detention center that holds dozens of minors two months after a court ruled it was..
Armed robbers in Mexico steal gold coins from government coin makerArmed robbers stole gold coins worth more than $2 million from a Mexican government coin manufacturer in Mexico City on Tuesday, security officials said.
Mexico gas pipeline leak forces evacuation of about 2,000: mediaNearly 2,000 people were evacuated from a rural community north of Mexico City due to a gas leak, the Associated Press reported.
Two Israeli men shot dead in apparent Mexico City shopping mall hitTwo Israeli men were shot dead in an apparent gangland hit at a luxury Mexico City shopping mall, authorities said on Thursday, in the latest flare-up of violence convulsing the capital.
Minor quake shakes Mexico City, latest in week of tremorsA minor earthquake struck Mexico City on Thursday, the latest in a series of small tremors that have shaken buildings and jangled nerves across the Mexican capital over the past week.
Minor earthquake hits Mexico City: Reuters witnessA minor earthquake struck Mexico City on Thursday, shaking tall buildings in the metropolis, though with no immediate reports of damages.
Pompeo to visit Mexico on eve of safe third-country asylum deadlineMexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard said on Tuesday he will meet his U.S. counterpart Mike Pompeo in Mexico City at the weekend to discuss migration and trade, on the eve of a deadline set in a..
Mexico foreign minister to discuss migration with U.S. secretary of stateMexican Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard will meet with U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Mexico City, he said in a tweet on Tuesday.
Mexican president says work on new airport north of Mexico City to begin this monthMexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said on Monday that work to expand an airport at the Santa Lucia military base, meant to serve the capital, would begin this month following a series of..
'Here, I feel free': Mexico City celebrates role as haven for LGBTQ migrantsTens of thousands of people paraded through the streets of Mexico City on Saturday to celebrate the capital's growing role as a beacon of tolerance for migrants fleeing persecution for their gender and..