February 7, 2023

Dog owners tout Xolos’ loyalty and sacred underworld history

MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mezcal is not your ordinary pet. Hundreds of years ago the Latin American Indigenous group, the Nahuas, believed that a hairless...
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Mexico and the U.S are working together to recover aviation security status in Mexico

The degradation to Category 2 by the FAA has prevented Mexican airlines from adding new flights to the United States.
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Rex, July, Ecko and Timba: The rescue dogs from Mexico that will go to help Turkey’s earthquake rescue efforts

Mexico will stand in solidarity to collaborate in the rescue of victims of Monday’s earthquakes in Turkey and Syria, which have left more than 5,000...
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New strict tobacco law in Mexico opens new ways for police to shake down tourists for money

Puerto Vallarta municipal police officers demanded money from Canadian tourists in exchange for not arresting them for allegedly violating the new Anti-tobacco Law.
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Who are the ‘neponarcos’, the new generation of criminals in Mexico?

The Mexican drug cartels have suffered significant blows in recent years since their founders and leaders have been arrested and prosecuted in Mexico and the...
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Nearly three people go missing every day in Puerto Vallarta

The missing persons crisis has undoubtedly reached truly worrying levels in Mexico, and Jalisco has become the state that unfortunately leads this crime. Given this,...
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Canadians and Americans ignore security alerts and come to live in Mexico

Despite constant security alerts, the number of North Americans coming to live in Mexico is increasing by 90%. 42% reside in “dangerous” cities.
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