Stone tools found in a Mexican cave suggest that people were living in North America as early as about 26,500 years ago, much earlier than most scientists accept, a study says.
A young architect has been entertaining children in an enormous Mexico City apartment complex by broadcasting stories while the youngsters gather at their windows to listen.
President Donald Trump, who has denigrated Mexican migrants and threatened the US ally with crippling tariffs, welcomed President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador to the White House, called him a cherished partner and claimed the countries’ economic and security ties were reaching new heights.
Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo refused to be riled after Mexico manager Gerardo Martino said Raul Jimenez should join Manchester United in the future.
Scientists have shed light on the bat famous for pollinating the plant from which tequila is made.
Experts have warned that a further surge of coronavirus in under-developed regions with shaky health systems could undermine efforts to halt the pandemic.
South Korea reported its highest number of new coronavirus infections in weeks on Wednesday and India reported another record single-day jump of more than 6,000 cases, as the pandemic expanded its grip across much of the globe.
US president Donald Trump has visited one of his golf courses at the start of the Memorial Day holiday weekend as he urged states to reopen following coronavirus-related lockdowns.
Coronavirus cases continued to drop in much of Asia on Saturday but surged in Latin America, as the world grappled with balancing the urge to restart economies with fears about health risks.
A surging coronavirus is ravaging parts of Latin America, setting records for cases and deaths on Friday even as the pandemic’s march slows in much of Europe, Asia and the United States.
A registry of death certificates in Mexico City suggests the actual Covid-19 death toll in the city could be more than three times the recorded number.
Mexico is moving towards a gradual reactivation of its economy on Monday despite the fact the number of new coronavirus infections continues to grow every day.
A 10,000-year-old skeleton discovered in Mexico has challenged the “traditional” theory that humans first entered the American continents as a single population, scientists say.
An art exhibition full of colour has officially opened in Aberdeen.
A north-east multiple sclerosis sufferer who fears she may never stand again has appealed for help to fund a trip to Mexico for life-changing treatment.
Houston, Doha, Mexico, Halifax (Canada), Karamay (China) and Pemba (Mozambique) have also been identified in the council’s travel plan for the next financial year.
A pregnant reef manta ray has been spotted for the first time at the remote Cocos Island near Costa Rica, some 6,000km from its normal home.
An Aberdeen mum-of-two who doctors predicted has five to nine months left to live hopes to travel to Mexico in a bid to beat cancer.
Actress Kate del Castillo has said she is suing former Mexican officials for 60 million dollars (£47 million) in “moral and material damages” because of what she calls “political persecution” against her.
An urgent appeal has been launched to raise £50,000 for an MS sufferer who fears she may end up confined to bed.
Celebrities gathered at the border between the United States and Mexico to protest against the separation of migrant children from their parents.
Mexico football fans may have caused a minor earthquake after celebrating their team’s 1-0 victory over Germany at the World Cup.
David Beckham posted a picture of himself and wife Victoria smiling in a restaurant, a week after the pair were forced to deny rumours their marriage was experiencing difficulties.
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Aberdeen skipper Graeme Shinnie comes into that category and he has a chance to show Alex he is international class.
Former Aberdeen midfielder Kenny McLean is relishing the chance of a lifetime to play at the legendary Azteca Stadium.
A woman with advanced multiple sclerosis has launched a fundraising campaign to help her receive stem cell treatment in Mexico and reclaim her future.
A border wall between the US and Mexico will harm endangered plants and animals and cause trouble for the growing ecotourism industry in Texas, scientists say.
A new celebration which emulates Mexico’s Day of the Dead Festival is set to come to Aberdeen for the first time at the end of the year.
As Aberdeen prepare to take on Celtic in the Scottish Cup Final tomorrow they have found some unusual support – from the dark deepwaters of the Gulf Of Mexico.
Texas authorities have discovered nearly 150kg of cocaine hidden in a shipment of crisps.