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The challenges facing Mexico City’s first ever female mayor

The challenges facing Mexico City's first ever female mayor

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18 May 2017
Fatal plane crash outside Mexico City kills all on board.
20 Sep 2017
At least 134 people are dead after a powerful earthquake struck central Mexico, toppling buildings in the heavily populated capital.
20 Sep 2017
The death toll continues to climb in Mexico after a powerful earthquake struck the country's central region on Tuesday.
22 Sep 2017
In the aftermath of the powerful earthquake that struck Mexico City, hundreds of volunteer helpers are still doing all they can to clear up the damage and deliver food and medicine to victims.
5 Nov 2017
Hundreds of zombies roam the streets of Mexico City to help quake victims in a country still mourning nearly 500 people killed in September's earthquakes.
15 Sep 2018
Gunmen with rifles and pistols killed three people on Friday and injured at least seven in a tourist plaza in downtown Mexico City, police said.
15 Dec 2019
The challenges facing Mexico City's first ever female mayor
25 Apr 2020
Mexico City's government is promoting indigenous and other traditionally-woven baskets and reusable bags in an effort to help residents curb their addiction to plastic, now that Mexico City has banned the use of plastic bags.
20 Sep 2020
Mammoth skeletons are discovered at an airport construction site just north of Mexico City -- not far from the scene of a similar discovery in 2019 -- and experts say that remains of other prehistoric animals have also been recovered in the area of the find.
27 Nov 2020
Students from the Faculty of Arts and Design of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) paint a mural on the façade of the National School of Nursing and Obstetrics, dedicated to nurses who have worked throughout the coronavirus crisis in Mexico. More than one hundred students are involved in the project, working in small teams each day to avoid crowds, and the mural will eventually extend to a length of over 100 metres, featuring the portraits of nurses who have cared for Covid-19 patients.
25 Dec 2020
"A sad Christmas is coming, with hunger, in which people will cry as they don't have anything to eat," says one Mexico City street vendor, after local authorities ordered the closure of local businesses due to a rise in Covid-19 cases. Some street vendors attempt to defy orders to keep selling, but without success, says 80-year-old Julieta Muñoz: "I haven't sold a single item, nothing in the last four days."
4 Jan 2021
One of the world's biggest cities has prohibited the use of single-use plastic materials including plastic forks, straws and cups. Mexico's capital is striving to revamp its image as an eco-friendly, sustainable city.