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Mexican traffic police is turning to a women-only policy, because they regard women as less corrupt than men. Five years ago, authorities got rid of every man and decided only women should do the job. As part of the BBC’s 100 Women season, we spoke to Transit Police officer Judith Morales Garduno and her colleague Rosa Baeza Pena about fines, bribes, and women on duty.
See the full story with Katy Watson here.
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Reporting by Juan Paullier, producing by Dina Demrdash.
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Mexico City has held its first Day of the Dead parade, which tourism officials say was inspired by the opening scenes in last year’s James Bond film, Spectre, which was filmed there.
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It’s a very undesirable distinction, but Mexico ranks among the worst 20 countries in the world for violence against women.
On average six women die a violent death in the country every day.
But there has been a growing backlash against that treatment recently, with women taking to the streets to make their voices heard.
The BBC’s Katy Watson reports from Mexico on the effort to bring much needed change to a culture where machismo has long held sway.
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Following the success of Mexican directors like Alfonso Cuarón and Alejandro González Iñárritu in Hollywood, filmmakers want to promote smaller-budget movies and encourage Mexicans to learn more about homegrown cinema.
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Families reunited after US-Mexico border opens briefly
Six families get the chance to hug as the US-Mexico border in California opens for 20 minutes.
An army of citizen fact checkers is taking on Mexico’s president.
El nuevo superhéroe de México tiene una sola misión: Salvar a los peatones del peligroso tráfico del DF.