Tag: Mexico

Mexican journalist found decapitated near train tracks

His blue motorcycle was found only a few yards from his body

Major quake shakes southern Mexico, at least six killed

A powerful earthquake of magnitude 7.4 struck southern Mexico's Pacific coast on Tuesday, killing at least six people and seriously injuring others in isolated villages, while causing damage to buildings hundreds of miles away in Mexico City.

Photos: Birth of baby tiger ‘Covid’ brings hope to Mexican zoo

Named by the family that owns the zoo as the global pandemic intensified, Bengal tiger Covid was born on March 14 in a small zoo in the city of Cordoba that specializes in rescuing animals from circuses and exotic private collections.

Vatican to send Archbishop Scicluna to Mexico to investigate abuse

Archbishop Scicluna and Mgr. Bertomeu will travel to Mexico between 20 and 27 March. The team had previously investigated the Church in Chile's response to sex abuse allegations in 2018, which eventually led every Chilean bishop to submit their resignations to Pope Francis.

Family says government did not protect young girl murdered in Mexico...

Fatima Cecilia Aldrighett went missing on Feb. 11. Her body was discovered over the weekend in a plastic garbage bag in Mexico City's Tlahuac neighbourhood, days after another murder of a young woman triggered angry protests.

At famed Mexican butterfly reserve, second worker found dead

Raul Hernandez's body was found in the area in the early hours of Saturday, with different parts beaten, and a head injury possibly caused by a sharp object, the state attorney general said.

Ten charred bodies found in vehicle in Mexican state

Mexican prosecutors are investigating the discovery of a burned-out vehicle containing the charred bodies of 10 people in the southwestern state of Guerrero

This caravan of migrants headed south to Mexico – for Christmas

Driving large cars laden with clothes, perfumes and other Christmas presents, the Mexicans, all with U.S. legal status, bore scant resemblance to the Central American migrants trudging north on foot, except for their shared fear of criminal gangs.

‘Oh my God, look at that ship!’: massive cruise liners collide...

One person was lightly injured while evacuating a dining room on the massive ship named Carnival Glory, according to Carnival, the world's largest cruise operator. A passenger said the incident occurred during rough sea conditions.

Italy and Mexico with a bold response to Climate Crisis

Two pioneering countries today committed to stepped-up climate and environmental education in order to equip a new generation with the knowledge, awareness and skills needed to navigate the emerging challenges of the 21st C.