Day

December 16, 2015
A Mexico City newspaper and its executive were sanctioned by the U.S. Treasury Department on Wednesday for alleged links to drug trafficking. The Treasury Department said in a statement that the publication Unomasuno and its vice president, Naim Libien Tella, support the activities of Los Cuinis drug-trafficking organization and its leader, Abigael Gonzalez Valencia. Other...
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On Monday the Society of Marine Mammalogy recognized Mexican officials including President Enrique Peña Nieto, Secretary of Environment and Natural Resources, Rafael Pacchiano, top Mexican biologists, economists and fishermen with its first-ever Conservation Merit Prize. The prize will recognize the recipients for their determination to save the vaquita and help local fishermen transition to fishing...
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The male-centric universe of the original “Star Wars” gives way to a woman warrior and a female version of Yoda in the much-ballyhooed “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” that will inevitably take the planet – this one – by storm as it opens this week. The timing is probably right for a new female superhero,...
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The number of women billionaires in the world is rising fast, with a growing number of them from Asia and self-made, Swiss bank UBS Group AG said in a study released on Tuesday. There are nearly seven times more women billionaires than 20 years ago and their average wealth has nearly doubled to $4.3 billion...
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“Puerto Vallarta has all the elements to be considered as an international destination, and in 2016 we will make the eyes of the world turn their heads to see and explore its beauty,” said Arturo Davalos Peña, mayor of Puerto Vallarta. “It’s a magical place in the world, we have sun, beach, mountains, beautiful sunsets...
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