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Feminist organizer among 3 killed in attack on protest in Guaymas, Sonora

Marisol Cuadras, 18, belonged to the local collective Feministas del Mar.

Sonora governor asks travelers make only ‘essential’ trips as border restrictions lift

The state’s governor is advising those who can to wait a little longer.

After three years of protest, Sonoran toll booths turned over to federal authorities

For Arizona visitors, the change means having a few hundred pesos handy for trips to Sonora may be advisable.

Archaeologists find hundreds of ceremonial sites that help link Maya and Olmec cultures

The research highlights the critical role of regional interactions in ancient Mesoamerica.

Mexico’s president wants WHO to authorize Sputnik and CanSino vaccines

Until the life-saving medicines get that authorization, Mexicans who received them will likely not be able to cross into the United States when restrictions are lifted on Nov. 8.

Mexico expresses concerns about possible reinstatement of Remain in Mexico program

The Biden administration is preparing to restart a program known as “Remain in Mexico” after a federal judge ordered its reinstatement.

Mexico businesses, residents breathe sigh of relief with impending end of crossing restrictions

Arizona border businesses that depend on Mexican shoppers are breathing a sigh of relief with the impending loosening of restrictions on so-called “nonessential” trips.

U.S. to reopen land borders in November for fully vaccinated

All international visitors will need to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

Top ranking U.S., Mexican officials announce new bilateral security agreement

Foreign Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said that with the new agreement, the Merida Initiative is being left behind.

'Injustice has us here': In Nogales, faith leaders, migrant families call for an end to pandemic-era protocol, Title 42

18 months after the CDC protocol was enacted, migrants say they're COVID tested and vaccinated, but still waiting for asylum.

Mexico, Sea Shepherd reach agreement to return patrol ships to Sea of Cortez

Sea Shepherd Conservation Society’s activist crews will once again patrol the Upper Gulf of California for fishing nets considered the leading threat to the vaquita marina porpoise.

Neighboring Sonora becomes 24th Mexican state to approve marriage equality

The reforms come after years of protests, legal battles and failed attempts to move the measure through congress.

300 youth vaccinated in San Luis Rio Colorado through binational campaign

Mexico has not opened up its COVID-19 vaccination program to anyone under 18. But a group of minors in this border town received their first doses this week.

Mexico completes vaccination campaign for adults in northern border cities

In June, Mexico introduced a campaign to vaccinate all adults in in cities along its northern border to help speed the lifting of pandemic travel restrictions

USMCA commission asks Mexico to respond to alleged lack of protection for endangered porpoise

Officials in Mexico have 60 days to respond to a petition alleging the country is failing to enforce environmental laws meant to protect the vaquita marina porpoise.

Sonora's new governor slams predecessors, promises major changes

Alfonso Durazo was sworn into office Monday.

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