At least 225 people have been confirmed dead. Rescue workers are frantically searching for survivors trapped in the rubble of collapsed buildings. One of the most desperate rescue efforts is underway at a primary school in Mexico City.
A 7.1 magnitude earthquake in Mexico has killed at least 226 people, including more than 20 children at a collapsed primary school. Rescue teams are working tirelessly to locate survivors trapped under the rubble.
The Agua Azul waterfalls in southern Mexico are a playground of water cascading over limestone steps. But after an earthquake hit the country, they dried up and the area's once-booming tourist economy along with them.
Hundreds of colorful skeletons and costumed dancers have taken part in Mexico City's Day of the Dead Parade. The celebration paid tribute to rescue workers and victims of recent earthquakes around the country.
Mexico City is reeling from a devastating earthquake that has left more than 200 people dead. Local residents are scrambling to lend a hand in rescue efforts. DW's Veronica Calderon reports from the Mexican capital.
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