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April 17, 2016
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Mexico pledges aid to Ecuador for earthquake relief

Aid began to flow in Sunday to areas devastated by Ecuador’s strongest earthquake in decades and the death toll continued to rise as people left...
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Toxins might be cause of sea turtle deaths in Puerto Vallarta

Preliminary studies indicate that intake of toxins in seaweed is the possible cause of the death of 84 turtles and a dolphin found on coast...
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Las artesanas mexicanas se están empoderando con sus bordados

Toronto, 17 Abr (Notimex).- Las artesanas de Chiapas y Guerrero se están empoderando a través de sus bordados, los cuales se han colocado en mercados...
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Mexican artisans are empowered through embroidery

The artisans of Chiapas and Guerrero are becoming empowered through their embroidery, which have been placed in international markets, said Ana Paula Fuentes, former director...
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Second tunnel in three weeks discovered at U.S-Mexico border

A cross border tunnel was discovered near Calexico Friday, marking the second such discovery in three weeks, according to a news release from U.S. Customs...
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Finance leaders pledge to boost global economy

Global finance officials are vowing to try to reinvigorate a lackluster global economy and urging governments to embrace free trade and do more to fight...
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Official Day of Manuel Lepe in Puerto Vallarta

April 17th marks the birth of Puerto Vallarta’s most famous artist, Manuel Lepe. The city marks this day as an official day of observation for...
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Visiting the Golden Age of Hollywood in Puerto Vallarta

In 1963 in the Bay of Banderas of Puerto Vallarta, “The Night of the Iguana” (1964), directed by John Huston and starring Richard Burton, Ava...
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