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CHECK OUT:  Mexico City’s Green Transportation Revolution (VIDEO)

Check out the Global Post video on Mexico City's green transportation revolution. Everything from bicycles to electric taxis are taking over one of the busiest and most polluted cities in the world. continue reading »

Mexico City Starts Composting 12,600 Tons of Daily Garbage

The capital of Mexico has begun a new waste management project of composting. The immense city which disposes of nearly 12,600 tons of trash daily continue reading »

Mexico’s Ivonne Suffers Relapse - Hospitalized for Depression and Paranoia

Ivonne, the famous Mexican singer and twin sister of Ivette, has been admitted into a treatment facility in Monterrey, Nuevo León, for depression and paranoia. continue reading »

Ban on Bullfighting Bill in Mexico Advances

A commission of the Legislative assembly (local congress) of the Federal District (ALDF) approved a bill that bans bullfighting in the capital city of Mexico City. continue reading »

Luis Miguel Concert Inaugurates New $400 Million Mexico City Arena

According to what businessmen Alberto Hinojosa and Guillermo Salinas Pliego said on Saturday, the venue is one of the largest of the so-called "arenas" in the Americas, which are designed for musical, theatrical and sports events. continue reading »

Thousands Demand Food, Jobs in Mexico City

Thousands of peasants, workers, university students and unemployed people took to the streets of Mexico City to demand that the government provide more resources to farmers, guarantee the provision of food and boost job creation. The protesters also called for economic and political changes to improve Mexicans' lives, as well as for action to fight crime. continue reading »

Mexico City Celebrates “Halloween” with a Marriage of Traditional and Contemporary Style

Leave plastic pumpkins and wizard costumes, synonymous with the American Halloween, behind and embrace the traditional Mexico City "Day of the Dead" (Dia de los Muertos). On the annual holiday, Nov. 1 (Dia de todos los santos) and Nov. 2 (Dia de los fieles difuntos) continue reading »

1,000th Gay Marriage Performed in Mexico City

Mexico City officials have announced they have performed the 1,000 gay marriage in the city since same-sex marriages were approved back on March, 2010. continue reading »

Mexico’s Pemex Sues U.S. Companies Over Fuel Stolen and Sold By Drug Gangs

Eleven U.S. companies are being sued by Mexico’s state-run oil company Pemex for purchasing as much as $300 million worth of fuel they say was stolen by drug cartels and smuggled across the border to America. continue reading »

New Website Portal for the Archdiocese of Mexico

Four years after its creation, the Information System website of the Archdiocese of Mexico (SIAME) has modernised its portal for the benefit of visitors, because every day the number of users was increasing, both in Mexico and abroad. continue reading »