Day

September 25, 2014
An army officer and seven soldiers were detained in connection with the killing of 22 people in rural southern Mexico, authorities announced late Thursday. The Mexican Defense Department said in a statement that the eight were involved in the incident in San Pedro Limon. They were being held at a prison in Mexico City on...
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As I write this I am currently in Chiapas sourcing and researching a clothing line utilizing traditional Mexican embroideries and weavings. I was lucky enough to have been in DF for Mexican Independence Day. I stayed in a hotel just two blocks from the Zocolo with its magnificent cathedral and National Palace. And of course...
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Mexico has taken the lead at the UN on a new Arms Treaty Proposal that requires signatory countries to keep records of international transfers of weapons and to prohibit cross-border shipments that could be used in human rights violations or attacks on civilians, but critics say some major players remain on the sidelines. The United...
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Governor Sandoval announced that the State of Jalisco will invest $12 million pesos to build new helipads, including those needed in Puerto Vallarta. Health Secretary, Jaime Agustín González Álvarez, says that during the year the State of Jalisco performed 48 emergency airlifts. “Jalisco’s Airborne Vital Emergency program has given us excellent results in saving lives...
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Tropical Storm Rachel became the 17th named storm of the 2014 Eastern Pacific hurricane season Wednesday night. Wind shear, or changing wind direction and/or speed with height, is expected to put a lid on the system’s intensity in the short-term. Then, the system will track over cooler water and more stable air, inducing further weakening...
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