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August 5, 2014
Americans are still flocking to Mexico, even amid numerous calls for boycotts on travel to Mexico and the purchase of items made in Mexico. Most recently the Veterans of Foreign Wars have called for a boycott of Mexico until jailed Marine Andrew Tahmooressi is released from Mexican jail for entering the country with firearms. Fox...
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Mexican authorities have rescued two lions found abandoned without food or water in a large trailer cage in a rural area. The office of the attorney general for environmental protection says the male and female lions had apparently been left behind by a circus. The circus apparently tried to set up its show in the...
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The franchise that began with Jersey Shore in the U.S. is set to land on MTV Latin America with the Mexico-based Acapulco Shore, slated to air this September. The series will be filmed in and around the city of Acapulco, featuring staple franchise moments such as over-the-top arguments, undefined love triangles and outrageous antics. Brixton...
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The Toltec people were an amalgam of people from southern Latin America that came together as one to form the Teotihuacan civilization. This “empire” grew to include the Pacific Coastal Chiapas and Guatemala, the Yucatan Peninsula, and much of Northern and Western Mexico before collapsing most likely in the 12th century AD. However, their origins...
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Mexican authorities imposed Monday a US$53,000 fine on a circus that featured a black bear whose lower jaw had been removed and a lion and three spider monkeys without claws and fangs. Environmental protection prosecutors said Harley Circus, located in the small town of Dzidzantun in the southeastern state of Yucatan, was now barred from...
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