Home / Tag Archives: Mexico

Tag Archives: Mexico

19th century Mayan slave ship wreck discovered off Mexico

1,500 year old mask of the Mayan ruler found Researchers have discovered a 1,500-year-old stucco mask of the Maya ruler K’inich Janaab ‘Pakal. What sets this mask apart from others is that it was apparently made in the likeness of the king. Archaeologists have identified the wreckage of a 19th century slave ship off Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula. The ship is …

Read More »

New Mexico Mystery: Why Are So Many Birds Dropping Dead?

ALBUQUERQUE – Large numbers of migratory birds drop dead in New Mexico as scientists figure out what is causing one of the largest bird deaths in the Southwest in recent times. After people began finding the dead birds in places ranging from hiking trails to suburban driveways to golf courses in recent days, the mystery of what causes the death …

Read More »

Officer shot dead during traffic stop in New Mexico

A New Mexico state police officer was shot dead Saturday after stopping a driver on a freeway, police said in a statement on Sunday. Police said the officer was shot dead after the man driving the truck ran over a GMC pickup truck on Interstate 40 near Laguna, New Mexico. The suspect has been identified as Robert Benjamin Nelson, 28, …

Read More »

Tropical Storm Sally forms in the Gulf of Mexico

Flood clocks are in effect through Sunday in areas on the west coast of Florida, including Tampa, Bradenton, Port Charlotte and Fort Myers. 2 to 4 inches of rain is expected in these areas throughout the weekend. For most forecasting models, Sally is moving toward the northern Gulf Coast and will likely land somewhere between New Orleans and Panama City …

Read More »

‘Mammoth Central’ found at Mexico Airport construction site

The number of mammoth skeletons recovered from an airport construction site north of Mexico City has risen to at least 200. A large number still has to be excavated, experts announced on Thursday. Archaeologists hope that what has become the “mammoth center” – the shores of an ancient lakefront that attracted and trapped mammoths in its swampy bottom – may …

Read More »

Lilliana Vazquez on why she named Arielle Charnas’ “problematic” Cosmo México cover

It Lilliana Vazquez speaks and demands to be heard. Earlier this week, the E! Personality took to Instagram to share with her disappointment Cosmopolitan Mexico After the release, white, controversial influencers placed Arielle Charnas on the cover of its September 2020 issue. The cover was “problematic” for Lilliana for several reasons, which she discussed in an exclusive chat with E! …

Read More »

Soft drink or poison in bottles? Mexico Finds COVID-19 Villain In Soda

CONCLUDE How does the coronavirus get into the body and why does it become fatal for some while just a cough or fever for others? USA TODAY MEXICO CITY – When Mexico’s tsar toured the southern state of Chiapas last month, he was aiming at a vice he blames for the country’s pandemic problems: rampant soda consumption. Health Minister Hugo …

Read More »

National Hurricane Center: Two tropical depressions are now swirling in the Atlantic and both have their sights set on the Gulf of Mexico, NOAA says

RALEIGH (WTVD) – Two tropical depressions have now formed in the Atlantic, and on rare occasions they both observe the same part of the country. If the forecasts are correct, we could see something that has never happened before: two hurricanes in the Gulf of Mexico at the same time. We have seen two systems in golf. As early as …

Read More »

Mexico: Ex-President Enrique Peña Nieto is charged with corruption and bribery

Image rights AFP Image description Enrique Peña Nieto was Mexico’s President from 2012-18 The public prosecutor in Mexico has launched a corruption investigation into former President Enrique Peña Nieto. It comes after Emilio Lozoya, the ex-head of the state-owned energy company, accused Mr. Peña Nieto of taking millions of dollars in bribes and bribes. Mr Lozoya was extradited from Spain …

Read More »

Citing the coronavirus, the US is weighing more restrictions on the border with Mexico, which could include citizens

It is the government’s latest attempt to cordon off US borders, citing the virus. In March, the government invoked a public health law to quickly remove migrants, including children arrested at the border. This measure, including a number of other travel restrictions, was expanded as the pandemic progressed. The options being weighed up by the government would likely also depend …

Read More »