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May 17, 2015
On a routine skydive adventure in Puerto Vallarta, a Cessna 180 flown by Skydive Vallarta departed the runway on May 7 with four passengers and the company pilot. The four passengers included two instructors and two tourists paired together for a tandem jump. Tandem skydiving allows inexperienced or first-time skydivers to experience the thrill while...
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Mexico’s Supreme Court has for the first time ordered a school to compensate a child for bullying by classmates, ruling that a teacher encouraged the harassment. The private school and the teacher have been ordered to pay 550,000 pesos ($36,500) to the family of the 7-year-old for the costs of the trial, tuition for the...
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It’s a tale of love, betrayal and history’s most famous murder by ice pick. The plot to assassinate Leon Trotsky, the Soviet revolutionary-turned-exiled dissident, in Mexico City in 1940, is at the heart of “El Elegido” (“The Chosen”), an upcoming movie that’s set to wrap shooting in this capital in the coming days. Told from...
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Authorities in the Mexican state of Jalisco have disarmed police in two towns in the area where a military helicopter was shot down during an operation against the Jalisco New Generation drug cartel. Eight people on the aircraft died. Jalisco Gov. Aristotle Sandoval says in a statement that 150 state police officers performed the “preventative...
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