Mexican President AMLO outlines progress in healthcare, education, and migrant support. COVID-19 alert remains low. Free textbooks for students. Investigation into the elevator accident underway. Commitment to combat fentanyl trafficking and reduce inequality.
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Amidst rising violence, corruption risks, and political clashes, Mexico reaffirms its commitment to the EU trade agreement. The nation's resolve is tested as it confronts organized crime, the mistreatment of migrants, and a call for justice.
Mexico battles a deadly heatwave, with heat-related deaths surging by 2000%. Tragedy strikes as a police commander and an LGBTQ+ activist are brutally murdered. Amidst political chaos, Morena opens consultation on the National Plan.
Texas's floating wall on the Río Bravo has Mexico fuming. Violating the water treaty, it sparked a diplomatic clash. Meanwhile, Reynosa highway turned into a warzone, leaving drivers ducking for cover. AMLO defies INE, accusing them of silencing his anti-corruption crusade.
Mexico's beach resorts anticipate a bustling holiday season with 199,537 hotel rooms on offer. However, challenges loom as reservations decline since May. Cockfighters protest in the Zócalo, while a jaguar and an ocelot meet unfortunate fates on Quintana Roo's highways.
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Xóchitl Gálvez fires back at AMLO's accusations. Meanwhile, violence continues to ravage Guerrero, with a truck driver murdered and seven more lives lost. The dark underbelly of crime reveals itself as five Central de Abasto de Toluca directors are arrested.