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Owners and dog run first canine marathon in Mexico City
Owners and their dogs run Mexico City's first 2.5-kilometre canine marathon.
Bardo premieres at the Venice film festival
Alejandro González Iñárritu's Bardo has been billed as an epic comedy but the Mexican director has perhaps redefined what it means to have a sense of humour
Record-breaking Frida Kahlo work goes on show
The self-portrait sold for the most for a Latin American artist in history and depicts her tumultuous relationship with Diego Rivera.
Mexican president rues latest assassination of independent journalist
Lopez Obrador was indignant about the "sad" of Fredid Roman, who was gunned down Monday night in Chilpancingo in the southwestern state of Guerrero.
Mexicans celebrate Indigenous day with festive march
Hundreds of Indigenous people, wearing colourful native costumes from different regions of Mexico, hold a festive march in Mexico City to celebrate World Indigenous Peoples' Day.
We're drinking too much mezcal and its damaging Mexico's landscape
Tequila and other mezcals are enjoying a global boom but for the land and plant it’s made from, it could have serious consequences.
Restaurateurs in Mexico City break local record for giant ‘torta'
Watch as a team of restaurateurs in Mexico City break local record for a giant ‘torta’.
Giant sandwich breaks Mexico City record
Mexican restaurateurs paid tribute to a variety of local sandwiches on Wednesday by making a gigantic "torta" with a multitude of fillings.
Residents in Monterrey ‘desperate’ for water amidst drought
A drought in Mexico means some businesses can only open for part of the week
Day of prayer in Mexico's Jalisco state after priest murders
The faithful attend mass on a 'day of peace' in Chapala, Mexico, after two Jesuit priests were murdered on June 27 in a church in the northern state of Chihuahua
Activists dressed as dinosaurs protest San Fermin bull-run festival
Two days before the opening of Pamplona's traditional San Fermin festival, animal rights activists launched a protest.
Why travel to Central America is so hot for 2022
Interest in travel to Central America has soared this year, especially with solo travellers who are favouring Mexico, Costa Rica and Guatemala.
Remote working on the cheap: 5 winning hostels for digital nomads
Hostels are starting to cater for digital nomads with co-working halls and networking events. This year’s Hostelworld awards picked five of the best.
Mexico City tries to break record for world's largest boxing class
Mexico City brings together 14,299 of people in the downtown Zocalo square to beat the Guinness record for the most crowded boxing class in the world.
Naked cyclist ride in Mexico demands street safety
A protest for safe cycling in Mexico City sprouted on Saturday, as participants pedaled and marched naked through some of the busiest avenues in the Mexican capital.
Migrants caravan continues its journey to the US border
A caravan of 4,000 to 5,000 migrants crossed southern Mexico on Tuesday in search of a visa to enter the United States.
Feminist groups protest against femicides in Mexico
Various feminist groups gathered in Mexico City's main square on Wednesday to protest against the murder of women in the country.
Last 10 vaquitas are not ‘doomed’ to extinction, say scientists
They’re the world’s rarest marine animal, but vaquitas can still defy the odds - so long as illegal fishing in their waters stops at once.
This is Mexican tiger fighting: a brutal indigenous rain ritual
Seeking to appease the god of storms and end a drought, men and women in tiger costumes whip each other mercilessly into submission
Collectives protest against femicides in Mexico
Hundreds of women marched through downtown Mexico City and its suburbs on Sunday to protest the murder of an 18-year-old woman in the northern city of Monterrey and demand the attorney general's office conduct a proper investigation into the death.
Mexico and Argentina celebrate Earth Day with dances and protests
Indigenous dances in the Mexican capital and protests in Buenos Aires for a greener world.
What are Mexico's magical towns and are they worth visiting?
Mexico is home to over 130 magical towns or 'Pueblos Mágicos' - and we had the chance to visit one of its finest.
War in Ukraine sparks return of traditional Judas burning in Mexico
A military tank made of cardboard is burned in Mexico City to blame the conflict in Ukraine on President Volodymyr Zelenskyy and his ally, US President Joe Biden, at an Easter celebration.
Dozens protest in Mexico City against Ukraine war
Several dozen people marched Sunday from the iconic Angel of Independence monument in Mexico City to the Russian embassy to protest against the war in Ukraine.
Migrants clash with police at roadblocks in Mexico
A group of migrants, most of them Central Americans, clashes with the Mexican National Guard on the southern border of Mexico, and are detained by immigration authorities, while the United States announces lifting pandemic border expulsion policy in May.
Three dead after small plane crashes through supermarket wall
Four people were injured although officials did not say whether they were passengers or people shopping in the supermarket.