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June 11, 2020
One might think Mexican immigrants in the U.S. would be sending less money home to their families as a result of the coronavirus. The 11.2 million people of Mexican origin living in the United States together send upwards of US$38 billion to Mexico each year. This money, called remittances, supports the basic necessities and financial...
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In grief and anger, hundreds of people bid farewell Thursday to a 16-year-old Mexican-American boy shot dead by local police in this town in southern Mexico. Shouts and signs demanded “justice” and white balloons accompanied the casket of Alexander Martínez Gómez, who had spent years of his short life on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico...
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Austerity measures by Mexico’s populist president have slashed the country’s national park service budget by 75%, sparking fears over the future of the nation’s rich but fragile natural resources as policing efforts run out of funds. CONANP, which cares for nature reserves, has seen its budget reduced in recent years but the latest cuts could...
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Popular Mexican stars spoke out on Thursday to denounce racism and discrimination they have faced, saying they are often reduced to stereotyped roles in the entertainment industry that needs to address and fix the widespread problem. Oscar-nominated actress Yalitza Aparicio and actor Tenoch Huerta, appearing on a public conference call held by GQ magazine, said...
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The Ministry of Health (SSa) reported this Thursday, June 11 that the accumulated COVID-19 infections being disclosed by the federal government is 133,974, which includes 4,790 new cases today. Furthermore, since the beginning of the epidemic, Mexico has suffered at a minimum, 15,944 fatalities, 587 of which occurred in the past 24-hours. As of yesterday,...
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