DOS DE OCTUBRE DEMONSTRATION MARRED BY CLASHES

Every year on October 2, thousands march from la plaza de las tres culturas (square of three cultures) in Tlatelolco to the zócalo in the historic centre of Mexico City.  The march commemorates the victims of a student massacre in 1968.  The committee of 1968 led the march followed by parents of the missing, presumed dead,... Continue Reading →

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LOTERÍA MEXICANA #16: LA BANDERA

It is Independence Day in Mexico today. 205 years have passed since the start of the armed conflict which eventually succeeded in expelling the Spaniards from what was the Viceroyalty of New Spain (Nueva España), allowing Mexico, as an independent nation, to be born. Understandably,the day has long been and continues to trigger an outpouring... Continue Reading →

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