‘The help never lasts’: why has Mexico’s education revolution failed?

Education was meant to be president Enrique Peña Nieto’s flagship policy. Yet salaries are still being paid to ‘ghost teachers’ who never enter a classroom, while children lack the tools – and sometimes even the food – they need to learn

Day Of The Dead Celebrations Around The World

Halloween isn’t the only creepy festival being celebrated this October. The Day of the Dead, known as”Dia de los Muertos” or “Dia de Muertos” in Spanish, is a Mexican festival celebrated at the end of October and beginning of November. It is a UNESCO-recognized festivity in which individuals commemorate the souls of deceased loved ones. The…

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Secret tunnel discovered in Mexico may finally reveal the mysteries of Teotihuacán

Gómez and his team discovered a large sinkhole in 2003 at the base of the Temple of the Plumed Serpent pyramid after a violent rainstorm. Assuming only rock and stone lay beneath, Gómez was lowered into the ground and was shocked to find a man-made tunnel.

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