Day

April 22, 2016
paris agreement mexico
The historic agreement on climate change marked a major milestone on Friday with a record 175 countries signing on to it on opening day. But world leaders made clear more action is needed, and quickly, to fight a relentless rise in global temperatures. With the planet heating up to record levels, sea levels rising and...
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riviera nayarit
The Riviera Nayarit is a destination that has it all—and where sports are concerned, its beautiful landscapes and infrastructure offer an ample variety of activities for any caliber of athlete. In this series, we will to take you on a sports-oriented tour of the ocean, the beaches and the mountains. In this first part we’ll...
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ecuador aid
Ecuador’s ambassador in Mexico, Leonardo Arízaga, said Mexican rescuers have helped save 12 lives after the earthquake last Saturday in the nation, and it is estimated that the cost of reconstruction will of at least $3-billion dollars. At a press conference at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (SRE), he expressed appreciation to the people and...
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volaris puerto vallarta
The airline Volaris began with its new national route from the International Airport of Toluca to Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco. In a statement, airline representatives said that currently Puerto Vallarta is the second largest economy in the state of Jalisco, and one of the most visited places in the country, so to Volaris these new routes...
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animal rights
Legislator Deputy René Cervera Garcia, Citizen Movement, presented an initiative to reform the Federal Civil Code, to include the rights of animals and provide them with a legal entity that separates them from inanimate objects. The initiative is a draft decree amending the Federal Civil Code, Article 25, in favor of dignified and respectful animal...
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rice sculpture
A Taiwan artist has refused to see the big picture and instead captured the likeness of president-elect Tsai Ing-wen, to celebrate her inauguration next month, on a single grain of rice. Chen Forng-Shean, who has also sculpted the face of China’s late Chairman Mao Zedong on rice, said the staple was a fitting medium for...
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A group of women in Mexico have launched a social media campaign encouraging people to speak out against sexual assault. They are rallying around the hashtag #NoTeCalles, or “Don’t Stay Silent.” The video for the campaign features three women known for their involvement in highly publicized cases of sexual assault in Mexico City: feminist icon...
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mexico-inflation
Mexico’s annual inflation rate rose less than expected in the first half of April, remaining below the central bank’s target and giving policymakers room to keep interest rates unchanged. Inflation in the 12 months through mid-April MXCPHI=ECI was 2.60 percent, the national statistics institute said on Friday, below a forecast 2.71 percent rate in a...
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prostate cancer sex
Men who ejaculate often may have a lower risk of prostate cancer than their peers who don’t do it as frequently, a U.S. study suggests. Researchers followed about 32,000 men starting in 1992 when they were in their 20s and continuing through 2010. During this period, almost 4,000 of the men were diagnosed with prostate...
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Bugambilia festival
Again, the Bugambilia Festival hits the streets of Puerto Vallarta, this time celebrating its fourth edition from April 28 to May 1 in the forecourt of El Faro, on the boardwalk in the city. It is a festival born from the hand of the flowers, but after four years has evolved into something much more...
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condor mexico
Two Californian condor chicks have hatched at a Mexican zoo, the first of the highly endangered birds ever bred in captivity in the Latin American country. The chicks are being fed by vets wearing gloves that are made to look like adult condors, part of a program at Mexico City’s Chapultepec Zoo to save the...
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mexico opium
Mexico’s government has explored regulating poppy production to make pharmaceutical opiates like morphine in an effort to weaken heroin-smuggling gangs, according to two sources with knowledge of the government’s thinking. Amid a government review of drugs policy, Interior Minister Miguel Angel Osorio Chong asked policy experts late last year whether Mexico could win authorization from...
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