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July 15, 2015
Highlights Hurricane Dolores is currently located about 300 miles south of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, and continues to move west-northwest at 5 to 10 mph. Dolores rapidly intensified to a Category 4 hurricane overnight Tuesday night. Further strengthening is possible through early Thursday, before Dolores begins weakening. Dolores is expected to continue to track west-northwest, passing well...
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The Mexican capital’s churches have a new challenge: where to seat same-sex parents during their adopted child’s baptism. Traditionally, the father sits on the right, the mother on the left. But since a law reform in 2009, various same-sex couples have brought their adopted children to be baptized. “It creates confusion. So we normally seat...
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The hospitality of Puerto Vallarta continues to add certifications from various fields who recognize the quality of its facilities, excellence in service, its warm hospitality and good environmental practices. The latest achievement was the Sheraton Buganvilias Resort & Convention Center awarded the Green Key for the second consecutive year, which recognizes environmental protection practices held...
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Mexico holds today the first oil auction of a historic energy reform that reopens the industry to foreign investors, with US, European and Asian firms jostling for contracts, reports BSS. Nearly 80 years after kicking foreign energy companies out of the country, the government is offering 14 blocks in shallow waters of the Gulf of...
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Award winning Mexican singer-songwriter Joan Sebastian, known for his love ballads, has died at the age of 64 after battling cancer for many years. A London spokeswoman for Universal Music confirmed his death in an email to Reuters. No further details were given. Sebastian was signed with Universal Music Latin Entertainment. Born Jose Manuel Figueroa...
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Rich and poor countries alike must invest more in mental health care, especially during economic crises when rates of depression and suicide tend to rise, the World Health Organization (WHO)said on Tuesday. One in 10 people worldwide has a mental health disorder but only one percent of the global health workforce is treating such illnesses,...
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