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Mexico’s corn exports on rise

Mexico runs on corn, and has done for millennia. The grain, which originates in Mesoamerica – modern-day Mexico – was known to the Aztecs and...

Mexican company wins award for algae air purifier

Puebla, in central Mexico, is one of the country’s and the world’s most polluted cities. But it is also where a new type of air...

12K FB Live: Edible Cutlery, a Mexican solution to plastic pollution

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Mexicans turning to guns, sold only by government

Gun control is one way the government is trying to combat the rising murder rate. But as violence soars, more Mexicans are exercising their right...

FB Live: Tower Running in Mexico City

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Cacao trend in Mexico sees ancient culture revived

The world may love chocolate, but it’s Mexico’s ancient ancestors who discovered it. Now the country is seeing a renewed reverence for chocolate. CGTN’s Alasdair Baverstock...

Vigilante militias taking over south Mexico

CGTN’s Alasdair Baverstock reports. Watch the original story on CGTN America Watch the story on CGTN America's Facebook page Watch the video on CGTN America's Twitter

FB Live: Cacao ceremonies in Mexico City

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Mexico’s countryside might hold country’s renewable energy future

Mexico is the seventh-largest producer of oil in the world but it’s committed to increasing the developing of alternative bio-fuels. Watch the original documentary on...


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Baja village goes from marine blackspot to ecotourism destination

In 1994, Cabo Pulmo, a fishing outpost in Mexico’s Baja California, was clearly a victim of its own success. Overfishing had left the town...

Board games for prison inmates