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On September 7, Mexico and Guatemala experienced the most destructive earthquake since the eighteenth century. Whereas Mexico City remained almost intact, the areas closer to the epicentre, including Oaxaca, Chiapas and Guatemala, suffered incredible damages. Media coverage of the issue has been quite poor, to be honest, focusing primarily on Juchitán, an important economic Zapotec […]
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