June 18, 2015

12,000-year-old skull found in Mexico possibly oldest in Americas

A 12,000-year-old female skull found in the Mexican Caribbean could be the oldest human remains ever unearthed in the Americas, Mexico’s top public university announced...
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Beach cleanup network collects 7,000 bags of trash

The Riviera Nayarit’s Beach Cleanup Network (RLP by its acronym in Spanish) is celebrating its first year of activity along the coast of Nayarit, including...
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Jeralean Talley, world’s oldest person dies at 116

Jeralean Talley, the world’s oldest-known person, has died in Michigan 26 days after her 116th birthday, a family spokeswoman said on Thursday. Born on May...
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Biological corridors set to protect the Jaguar in Mexico

Measures,like creating biological corridors and protected areas, are tightened to protect jaguar, an endangered species. The statement was issued by the Alliance WWF-Telcel, the National...
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Mexico deports more Central Americans than the United States

Mexico now deports more Central American migrants than the United States, a dramatic shift since the U.S. asked Mexico for help a year ago with...
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110 Schools in Mexico City ordered to start urban gardens

The 110 Mexico City public schools participating in the SaludArte program to fight obesity and promote healthy eating must start urban gardens, the head of...
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Ciudad Juarez removes anti-gun billboard

The once-embattled Mexican border city of Ciudad Juarez has taken down a billboard made of soldered, seized guns reading “No More Weapons,” one of the...
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