Rooftop parties to forget about the pandemic in Mexico | AFP

On a rooftop in Naucalpan, a suburb of Mexico City, powerful speakers spew a frenzied remix. On the turntables, Roberto Garcia makes his neighbors dance to help them momentarily forget the coronavirus pandemic.

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Former Pemex chief Lozoya extradited to Mexico on corruption charges | AFP

Suspected of corruption in the Odebrecht affair, Emilio Lozoya, the former boss of Mexico’s state-owned oil group Pemex, is extradited from Spain to Mexico. of the convoy leaving Mexico City airport

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Authorities regulate entry to Mexico City centre | AFP

Authorities have set up checkpoints in Mexico City’s Zocalo district to limit the number of people entering the historic city centre, as the local government imposes new measures to fight COVID-19.

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Authorities monitor mask-wearing in Mexico City centre | AFP

Authorities set up checkpoints in Mexico City’s Zocalo district to enforce mandatory wearing of face masks in public, as the local government imposes new measures to fight COVID-19. IMAGES

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Mexican hospitals struggle to attract fearful blood donors amid pandemic | AFP

At the Juarez hospital in Mexico City, doctors used to perform at least 50 blood transfusions a day, but since the arrival of the novel coronavirus, the hospital’s blood banks stand nearly empty as donors, fearful of contracting COVID-19, stay away.

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Here’s the latest for Tuesday June 23rd: Rayshard Brooks laid to rest in Atlanta; Quake strikes Mexico City; Andrew Jackson statue under siege; Cheddar hits century high in Wisconsin. (June 23)

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7.4 earthquake shakes southern, central Mexico

A powerful earthquake centered in southern Mexico swayed buildings in Mexico City and sent thousands into the streets. (June 23)

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Southern Mexico powerful quake draws capital’s residents in the street | AFP

People leave their houses and buildings and gather in the middle of Mexico City’s streets to watch as power wires can be seen shaking during a 7.5-magnitude earthquake that struck southern Mexico this morning. IMAGES

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Trees shake, people try to stay steady as quake felt in Mexico City | AFP

Trees sway and a group of people on a street in Mexico City tries to hold steady as a powerful 7.4 magnitude earthquake strikes southern Mexico. IMAGES

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Frightened Mexicans on streets after powerful quake | AFP

People in Mexico City seek refuge on streets after a powerful earthquake struck southern Mexico with the US Geological Survey reporting a magnitude of 7.4. IMAGES

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Food truck helps struggling Mexicans to make ends meet | AFP

A food truck launched by Mexico City’s government serves free meals to the most vulnerable residents near hospitals treating COVID-19 patients, as the poverty rate in the country is expected to grow due to the pandemic.

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Mexico: medical workers facing discrimination receive donated bikes | AFP

Bicitekas, a group of bicycle enthusiasts, found a way to thank and help medical workers in Mexico City by repairing donated bicycles and donating them to doctors and nurses who are discriminated against by people who fear they can spread COVID-19.

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Meet Harley, the Mexican pug helping hospital staff to destress | AFP

Wearing tiny yellow boots, goggles, and a protective suit, Harley ‘el Tuerto’, a pug trained as a therapy dog, begins a new journey to relieve the stress of medical staff fighting the novel coronavirus at a Mexico City hospital, ready to entertain doctors, nurses, and health workers for two hours each day.

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Mexico: street performers march asking for help amid the pandemic | AFP

While in cinema and comics, superheroes save cities from evil, in Mexico City, street performers dressed as Superman, Captain American or even Sheriff Woody from Toy Story, march through the streets of the capital to ask the government to save them from the economic crisis caused by the pandemic.

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COVID-19: Mexican medical staff demand better working conditions | AFP

Healthcare workers and other staff from Mexico City’s La Raza hospital call on authorities to supply them with better equipment and safer working conditions when dealing with coronavirus patients.

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Coronavirus: Mexican frontliners demand better protection | AFP

Doctors, nurses and cleaning staff at Mexico City’s Tacuba Hospital protest to demand better personal protective equipment in the battle against COVID-19.

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Mexico City residents react to country’s first confirmed coronavirus case | AFP

Residents of Mexico’s capital, where health officials confirmed the country’s first coronavirus case and the second in Latin America after Brazil, express worry and insecurity over the virus, which has infected 83,670 people and killed 2,865 around the world, according to an AFP toll.

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Thousands attend funeral of murdered seven-year-old girl in Mexico | AFP

Thousands of residents from Tulyehualco, southeast of Mexico City, attend the funeral of a seven-year-old girl who was found dead on 11 February, a crime that sparked an uproar in the violence-wracked country.

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Women sloganeer against femicides in front of Mexico’s National Palace | AFP

A group of protesting Mexicans chant to denounce violence against women in front of their country’s National Palace, after a seven-year-old girl was murdered in the Mexico City.

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