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July 28, 2014
Sister Norma Pimentel, executive director for Catholic Charities, doesn’t just answer calls for help. She also makes a call from time to time. “I said ‘Father Tom, I need to borrow your parish hall for a couple of days,’” Pimentel said. Those days turned into weeks as the surge of undocumented immigrants continues along the...
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The tourism industry, the biggest employer of young people in Mexico, is committed to promoting responsible and ethical tourism, Mexican Tourism Secretary Claudia Ruiz Massieu said Monday. President Enrique Peña Nieto’s administration is working to fight crime and people trafficking in Mexico, Ruiz Massieu said during a breakfast organized by the Nueva Economia Forum in...
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As a community health worker, Lopez visits her patients—who are also her neighbors—in their homes at least once a week. Suffering from chronic diseases, they need more support than what a doctor can give in a monthly check-up at the clinic. Lopez offers much more—someone to talk to, friendly advice on diet and exercise, and...
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This is the capital’s biggest pre-Hispanic celebration-on the day the city was founded by the Aztecs nearly 700 years ago. “Today, we recognize the greatness of our ancestors, because even now the great nations of the world haven’t built a city on a lake, like our culture did,” Medicine man Oscar Lobo Blanco said. Legend...
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Japan and Mexico have signed a deal for Japanese companies to earn carbon credits by investing in technology to cut greenhouse gas emissions in Mexico – in Japan’s 12th bilateral carbon agreement. The programme, known as the Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM), lets companies in Japan, the world’s fifth-biggest greenhouse gas emitter, use lower-cost emission cuts...
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