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December 9, 2014
President Barack Obama says the U.S. has offered to help Mexico figure out what happened to 43 college students who’ve been missing since September. But he stops short of saying the U.S. will reconsider aid to Mexico based on human rights. When asked about aid by the Spanish-language television network Telemundo in an interview Tuesday,...
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It was Tuesday morning in Puerto Vallarta’s Campo Verde neighborhood when Carla Ruby Ruiz López found her nine-month old baby girl non-respondent and purple in her crib, immediately she called emergency services. First on the scene were officers Luis Enrique Contreras, Hector Alejandro Chavez, and Juan Manuel Vázquez, who found the infant girl in the mother’s...
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Mexico is one of the world’s largest coffee-producing countries in the world, and the largest in production of certified organic coffee, accounting for over 60% of the world’s total production. Coffee is one of Mexico’s largest exports supporting nearly a half-million small farmers around the country, with the majority of farmers being in Mexico’s two...
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Puerto Vallarta and local organizations are participating in contests, sporting events, and animal care lectures from December 10 through the 14th to commemorate International Animal Rights Day. International Animal Rights Day (IARD) aims to serve the purpose of reminding human beings that every creature on the planet deserves to be treated with equal kindness and...
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Mexico’s central bank said on Monday that it will start a dollar auction program on Tuesday to help cushion the peso, which has seen a sharp slump. The central bank said in a statement that it will offer $200 million a day at an auction that would be triggered whenever the peso has shed more...
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