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May 4, 2014
The Mexican government has released its much-anticipated new rules on its oil sector, putting some meat on the bones of major energy reforms it announced last year. The rules appear to be crafted with the intention of attracting quick investment from international oil companies, according to the Wall Street Journal. Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto...
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Study shows a walk around the park can boost mental fitness. People who rely on walks to overcome writer’s block or solve a tricky problem seem to have it right: new research shows that walking – whether indoors or outdoors – can encourage creative thought. Researchers at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Education, United States,...
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You know you are someplace special when you step into the lighthearted collage of its decor. On the brightly painted walls is an eclectic display of art, music, theater, literature and film. Though the atmosphere is casual, with eclectic and bohemian artwork, the food is serious and features old recipes and uncommon indigenous sauces. It’s...
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Nestled in the heart of the Sierra Madre Mountains, San Sebastian’s remote location and historic appeal have made it one of Mexico’s last great getaways. As the road weaves through the mountains, you’ll enjoy fantastic scenery and typical scenes of rural Mexican life, making this journey both breathtaking and relaxing. Over the years, the town’s...
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Scientists are making some headway in figuring out what is killing millions of sea stars in the waters off the Pacific coast, from British Columbia to Mexico. While a definitive answer eludes them, researchers suggest a pathogen — either bacterial or viral — is responsible for the death toll. “We don’t have an absolute answer...
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