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On Tuesday, the capital held drills for the anniversary of its 1985 earthquake. Hours later, alarms went off again – but not for a drill. 'We've learned to jump in and help instead of waiting,' says a volunteer, one of many who rushed to help.
For the first time, feminists in more than 50 countries are calling an international women’s strike to protest against violence and inequality, in an effort to combat a global tide of male revanchism.
Mexico estimates that some 40,000 young people who lived undocumented in the US may move back in the next several years. Many face enormous obstacles in trying to transfer educational credits that are crucial to establishing a foothold in Mexico.
The Berlin Wall set a strong example of how futile such walls ultimately are, especially when faced with strong resistance, says one analyst.
Some of the very people Donald Trump has characterized as a threat are eligible to have a say in the outcome of the US election.
Republican US presidential candidate Donald Trump may be the only person less popular in Mexico than President Enrique Peña Nieto, which has left many here questioning why he was invited. But experts say there's good reason.
As tourism dried up, the life went out of Tijuana's long-rowdy main drag. But today the city is a hot spot for cutting-edge artwork, gastronomy, and culture.
Six years after Mariana Lima’s brutal death, the case was reinvestigated, one of several small but significant shifts in a country roiled by gender-based violence.
After nearly two months of the most recent round of violent street protests, highway blockades, and school closures, members of a dissident teachers union and government officials sat down to talk future steps.
Despite Supreme Court's action blocking Obama's plan, unauthorized immigrants who have suffered abuse – a frequent problem – have other paths to get special visas to stay in the US.
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