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10 Sep
Hurricane Olaf weakened to a Category One storm on Friday as it swept through Mexico's Baja California peninsula and as the disaster-prone country recovered from a 7.1-magnitude earthquake and major flooding.
8 Sep
At least 17 patients died after floods swept through a hospital in central Mexico, disrupting the power supply and oxygen therapy, authorities said Tuesday.
15 Aug
The Pan African Film Festival (PAFF) opened entries for its 30th-anniversary edition on June 1, 2021.
5 Aug
Millions more Mexicans have fallen into poverty because of the coronavirus pandemic, with people living in one of the country's top tourist destinations hit particularly hard, official data showed Thursday.
2 Aug
A national referendum pushed by Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on whether to prosecute his predecessors for alleged corruption drew only a small fraction of voters to the polls on Sunday.
1 Aug
Mexicans began voting Sunday in a national referendum promoted by President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on whether to investigate and prosecute his predecessors
30 Jul
Mexico recorded more than 200,000 deaths from the coronavirus in 2020 -- 35 percent more than originally reported by the government, the national statistics institute said Thursday.
18 Jul
Eight people were killed by an armed gang at a party in Mexico's northern Zacatecas state, local authorities said on Sunday.
7 Jul
The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) says its plan to get the Super Eagles B exposed to high-grade international games to improve their level of confidence and aptitude remains in place...
5 Jul
Super Eagles’ home-based players have another chance to show the technical crew why they deserve more opportunities in the senior national team when they play friendly matches against Canada, Ghana and Cameroun.
29 Jun
Mexico's Supreme Court on Monday decriminalized recreational marijuana use for adults, declaring its prohibition under the health law to be unconstitutional, after a legalization bill stalled in Congress.
26 Jun
A shootout between suspected drug cartels left 18 people dead Friday in Mexico, a government official said.

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