MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - In a first for Mexico, two transgender women are preparing to sit in the lower house of Congress, with both vowing to push for affirmative action in Latin America's second-largest economy.
MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - As climate change threatens coral reefs around the world, conservation experts in Latin America have enlisted an unlikely ally to try to preserve them: the insurance industry.
MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - On a sunny morning at Mexico City's main wholesale market, traders in aprons rushed metal handcarts of fresh produce between the stores distributing more than a third of the country's fruit and vegetables.
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(Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Nearly 90 people have been arrested for human trafficking offences following an international police operation that also led to 500 victims being found, including some children, the Interpol global police co-ordination agency said on Friday.
MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador vowed on Wednesday that Mexico would take care of indigenous patients in the Yucatan region who had been diagnosed with Chagas disease but given neither government tests nor treatment.
MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - A group of Mexican women migrants has filed a complaint accusing the U.S. government of violating a trade agreement by failing to enforce gender discrimination laws in temporary labor programs, an activist group said Tuesday.
EMILIANO ZAPATA, Mexico (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Jose Andres Celis was picking limes on his plot in southern Mexico when he felt a strong pain in his chest, the first sign of a deadly disease that would not be diagnosed for two years.
MEXICO CITY, March 2 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) -
O ne-third out of almost 1,200 attacks on health workers globally
last year were related to COVID-19, a coalition of healthcare
experts said on Tuesday, with staff being beaten and doused with
hot coffee by people fearful of coronavirus infection.
MEXICO CITY (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Mexico's top court is due to vote Wednesday whether to order the state of Yucatan to legalize gay marriage, a move that would open the door to similar judgments elsewhere in the country.