More than a quarter of a million families have been affected by the quake, which ruined well above 150,000 homes.
Andrea Noel is a journalist based in Mexico covering the drug war, cartel violence, politics, and the silenced press. Noel is a frequent commentator on gender-based violence in Mexico, former staff writer and Latin America editorial coordinator for VICE News, and a contributor at Fusion. You can follower her on Twitter at @metabolizedjunk
Millones de personas han sido afectadas por terremotos en México, los cuales han destruido más de 150 mil viviendas.
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