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June 15, 2015
Mexico on Monday enacted a measure meant to help hundreds of thousands of young migrants who have returned from the United States, dropping a requirement that they provide government-certified, translated copies of foreign school records in order to study in Mexico. Mexico had required records be certified with a seal known as an apostille and...
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There’s little more than a weeded-over parking lot outside the former Freightliner truck factory in St. Thomas, a small town about a 30-minute drive south of London, Ont. Not long ago, the site was a hive of busy autoworkers. But in 2008, German automaker Daimler closed the shop and moved production offshore, part of a $600-million cost-cutting plan...
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Getting enough good quality sleep is essential for maintaining health and quality of life, and not getting enough is dangerous to individual health and public safety, according to a new policy statement by the American Thoracic Society (ATS). The public and their healthcare providers need to be better educated about the importance of sleep, ways...
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The 55th Annual Sportfishing Tournament in San Blas is back in play from June 17-21 with the slogan “55 Years of Big Time Fishing,” organized by the Tepic Sportfishing Club. The Historic Port of San Blas will welcome 50 teams with anglers from 15 states within the Mexican Republic as well as from beyond the...
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Carnival Cruises has announced the cancellation of the Carnival Miracle to Puerto Vallarta due to the path of Hurricane Carlos. The cruise was expected to bring 2,500 tourists to the city Wednesday morning at 8:00 am. The cancellation was confirmed by State Tourism Director Enrique Ramos Flores via Twitter. Por la alerta del Huracán "Carlos"...
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The wife of Mexico’s former President Felipe Calderon says she intends to run for president in the 2018 election. In a video posted on social media Sunday, Margarita Zabala said she wants to build a national movement of citizens who have lost faith with politicians. Zabala has been an activist in the conservative National Action...
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