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June 14, 2014
Individuals who harm, alter or decimate archaeological, artistic or historical landmarks in Mexico will face up to 10 years in the slammer under a law that was enacted Saturday. Fines will also be levied that could equal the value of the damage caused by those who commit such acts, according to modifications to the Federal...
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According to the 2013 Pets Survey, conducted by TripAdvisor, 53 percent of respondents with pets travel with their collared companions, while the biggest concern (29 percent) about traveling with pets is that their animal will get ‘stressed out’. Pet owners have no reason to worry at the “Beyond All-Inclusive, Beyond All-Compare” Grand Velas Riviera Nayarit,...
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The waves are tall and the surfers are out in force. Across the dark blue cove, a lone white sailboat sways back and forth. The temperature is in the high 70s F and the air smells strongly of salt and sea. For Jennifer and Gary Culp, this is the backdrop to their retirement: salty ocean...
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Mexico is among the world’s top oil producers, but it’s seen oil production hobbled over the past decade, thanks to a need for investment and expertise. By this summer, approval of legislation tied to the country’s energy reform could help change the landscape for Mexico’s energy sector. As Mexican congressman Javier Treviño recently stated, Mexico’s...
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