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Zacatecas News

British newspaper The Guardian calls Fresnillo Zacatecas “The Land of no Return”

María Zapata Escamilla woke to the sound of shattering glass. Armed men in military fatigues had burst into her home: they dragged her disabled...


What are the most and least secure states in Mexico?

What are the most and least secure states in Mexico? Where does someone run the greatest risk of being attacked in person and property by...

Mexico’s National Guard General Jose Silvestre Urzua killed in Zacatecas

The head of Mexico's National Guard in the state of Zacatecas was killed on Thursday, November 24th in a confrontation with armed men during...

Mexico exceeds 120 thousand murders so far under AMLO in just 42 months

42 months after the beginning of the administration of President López Obrador, TResearch reports that Mexico exceeds 120 thousand intentional homicides; figures exceed past administrations...


Mexico and its debt

The economic medal that President Andrés Manuel López Obrador boasts the most is that he has not borrowed. He mentions it frequently and uses it as a differentiator with respect to neoliberal governments. For his part,...

AMLO’s populist control during the pandemic slows Mexico’s finances: Financial Times

López Obrador "abhors state-funded bailouts," infers the renowned publication One of the decisions that have marked the months of the pandemic in Mexico is the refusal of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador to grant the country's...


Zacatecas and San Luis Potosi could supply lithium to the Tesla Gigaplant in Nuevo...

The lithium that lies in the subsoils of San Luis Potosi and Zacatecas could supply the electric batteries to be produced by BMW and...

Zacatecas’ Juanicipio mine to begin operations in October

Mexican precious metals miner Fresnillo said on Tuesday, September 13th, that it expects to begin operating a mine in central Mexico owned by Canada's...

Real Estate


Zacatecas Folkloric Ballet will represent Mexico in Colombia

Francisco Javier Uribe Rojas, director of the Zacatecas Folkloric Ballet, reported that from April 2 to 4, the group made up of 32 members,...

After two years, the National Fair of Zacatecas returns in 2022

After two editions canceled due to the pandemic, joy returns with the Zacatecas National Fair (Fenaza) 2022, which, from September 3 to 18, will...

Despite insecurity, the Zacatecas Cultural Festival 2022 has been a huge success

With a historic and masterful musical presentation, the Mexican tenor Javier Camarena -considered one of the best singers in the world- officially opened the...

Food and Drinks

Zacatecas gay cowboy conventions, where men connect with each other in a special way

All night long, cowboys swaggered into a packed nightclub, dressed to impress in shiny boots, tight Wranglers and wide-brimmed hats. They had come to throw...

Expats in Mexico

How to make your foreign car legal in Mexico online step by step

Do you want to regularize your foreign car that does not have papers in order? So you can make the regularization of chocolate cars "cars...

Expats Crime

It’s confirmed, a U.S. architect was among four people murdered in the state of...

On Wednesday, January 25th, Mexican authorities in north-central Mexico confirmed that a U.S. resident was among four people who were killed in the state...


Mexico History

The Mexican origin of the American cowboy

Nothing represents Mexico so magnificently, the Mexican and the Mexicans as the image of the cowboy, who turned charro and originated the cowboy. “The cowboy is a salaried horseman whose job is to take care of cattle, which originate from the charros of northern Mexico. Today,...

Mexico Living

All night long, cowboys swaggered into a packed nightclub, dressed to impress in shiny boots, tight Wranglers and wide-brimmed hats. They had come to throw back tequila and Tecate, to sing along to blasting banda and to dance — chest-to-chest, legs entwined — with each other. Each spring, hundreds of men from across Mexico and the United States make a pilgrimage to this...


Across Mexico, drinking water is being poisoned

The uncontrolled extraction of water is making the wells a risk by intensifying the release of arsenic and fluoride into the liquid of millions of Mexicans. The analysis of a Conagua database reveals that what was a problem concentrated in La Laguna, is expanding throughout...