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Alberto Fajardo

Mexico City seeks to 'break the chain' of coronavirus with rapid tests, QR codes

26 Nov 2020

MEXICO CITY Mexico City has launched a test-and-trace approach to containing the coronavirus, after a rise in hospitalizations that has raised fears of a new economic lockdown in one of the world's largest urban centers.

Mexican jaguar ventures back into wild after 100 days of rehabilitation

14 Nov 2020

MEXICO CITY Gracefully and somewhat hesitant at first, the jaguar ventured out of the wooden crate that had transported him deep into the Sian Ka'an reserve in the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, video footage showed. | Video

Mexico City cinema, theater and bars emerge from lockdown gloom

15 Aug 2020

MEXICO CITY After months without museums, cinemas and bars, Mexico City residents began exploring them again this week, even as authorities continue battling the coronavirus pandemic that has so far killed over 55,000 people in Mexico.

High-flying facemasks arrive at Mexican hospitals by drone

03 Jul 2020

MEXICO CITY To eliminate the risk of contagious human beings, a Mexican company has launched a drone delivery service to get clean medical supplies to hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic.

High-flying facemasks arrive at Mexican hospitals by drone

03 Jul 2020

MEXICO CITY, July 2 To eliminate the risk of contagious human beings, a Mexican company has launched a drone delivery service to get clean medical supplies to hospitals during the coronavirus pandemic.

Mexican street musicians bring melodies to people stuck at home

18 Jun 2020

MEXICO CITY After the coronavirus outbreak prompted the normally bustling streets of Mexico City to empty out, out-of-work musicians looking to make ends meet have been filling roadways with the melodies of their marimbas, trumpets and güiros. | Video

Mexico lost a million tax-paying jobs over last three months

13 Jun 2020

MEXICO CITY Mexican job losses since March exceed 1 million as the economy shed nearly 350,000 formal jobs in May because of the coronavirus lockdown, though the pace of layoffs has slowed.

UPDATE 4-Talks on austerity emerge from unrest in Ecuador as capital on lockdown

13 Oct 2019

* Chief protest group says will keep protesting (New throughout)

Ecuador's capital is rocked by clashes; Moreno silent on way forward

12 Oct 2019

QUITO, Oct 12 Ecuador's capital was rocked early on Saturday in a tenth day of unrest over President Lenin Moreno's austerity plan, with local markets shuttered and police firing tear gas at protesters gathered at the country's parliamentary building.

Hopes for talks to end unrest in Ecuador dim as protests roil capital

12 Oct 2019

QUITO Hopes for a negotiated end to the worst unrest in Ecuador in at least a decade dimmed on Friday as clashes between police and anti-austerity protesters continued for a ninth day in the highland capital Quito.

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