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May 20, 2016
ultra luxury hotel
Roberto Sandoval Castañeda, governor of the State of Nayarit, placed the cornerstone that launched the start of the construction phase of the One&Only Mandarina located in the town of El Monteón, Compostela, in the Riviera Nayarit. “This is the best hotel of the highest quality in the world; and even though there seem to be...
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nuevo vallarta
Rafael Pacchiano Alamán, head of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (SEMARNAT by its acronym in Spanish), presented Roberto Sandoval Castañeda, Governor of Nayarit, a certification naming Nuevo Vallarta a “Clean Tourism Destination,” making it the first in Mexico to receive this environmental recognition. Nuevo Vallarta is operated by the Banderas Bay Trust (FIBBA,...
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GMO salmon
The first genetically modified food animal has been approved for sale in Canada. At a news conference in Ottawa on Thursday, Health Canada and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced AquaBounty’s genetically modified salmon has been approved for sale as food in Canada. AquaBounty said it will be at least a year before the salmon...
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mexico GDP
Mexico is lowering its economic growth forecast for 2016, citing what it calls “adverse” international conditions including sluggish industrial production in the United States. The Treasury Department is now predicting GDP expansion of 2.2 percent and 3.2 percent this year. That’s down from its previous forecast of 2.6 percent to 3.6 percent. Deputy Treasury Secretary...
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Mexico’s Foreign Relations Department has ruled that the extradition of convicted drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman to the United States can go forward. The process can still be appealed, meaning it could be weeks or months before the Sinaloa cartel leader may be sent north. Guzman’s lawyers now have 30 days to appeal the...
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music learning language
Growing up in China, I started playing piano when I was nine years old and learning English when I was 12. Later, when I was a college student, it struck me how similar language and music are to each other. Language and music both require rhythm; otherwise they don’t make any sense. They’re also both...
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Teotihuacán
The discovery of a secret tunnel in Mexico may finally solve some mysteries of the ancient city of Teotihuacán. Running around 100 meters long and 15 meters deep, the underground passage led archaeologists to over 75,000 significant artifacts including pottery, rubber balls and evidence of a sacred ritual space. A place that once served as...
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diego rivera
Días después de que un cuadro de Frida Kahlo marcara el récord para una obra de arte latinoamericano en subasta, un lienzo de Diego Rivera se vendió de forma privada por casi el doble. El “Baile en Tehuantepec” de Rivera fue vendido a un coleccionista argentino por 15,7 millones de dólares, dijo a The Associated...
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mexico interest rates
Mexico has become an emerging markets weak link, with authorities facing mounting pressure to jack up interest rates to defend the peso, viewed by investors as a cheap proxy for taking short positions in other emerging currencies. Long a favourite with bond investors, Mexico’s fortunes turned this year, with the peso repeatedly under attack, forcing...
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hiv
A late-stage trial will begin later this year in South Africa to test the effectiveness of an HIV vaccine that has shown promise in earlier trials, according to the National Institutes of Health. Results from an ongoing preliminary trial in South Africa and a previous late-stage trial in Thailand suggest the new vaccine may provide...
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Following an exercise program during and after menopause can both reduce menopausal symptoms and preserve heart, muscle, bone and brain health, according to a panel of experts in Spain. Members of the Spanish Menopause Society, Spanish Cardiology Society and Spanish Federation of Sports Medicine came together to draft recommendations on physical activity for older women...
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united nations
The United Nations human rights office called on Mexico on Friday to properly investigate large-scale extrajudicial killings and bring those responsible to justice, including higher-ranking military officers. Mexico’s military has been accused on multiple occasions of extrajudicial killings and torture during a decade-long war against the country’s brutal drug cartels. Last week a Mexican judge...
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diego rivera
A Diego Rivera painting has sold privately for $15.7 million, setting a world record price for any Latin American work of art, Phillips auction house said Friday. The price for “Dance in Tehuantepec” nearly doubles the figure paid at auction last month for a painting by Frida Kahlo, Rivera’s wife. Her “Two Nudes in the...
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los arcos puerto vallarta
Puerto Vallarta will be celebrating its 98th anniversary as a municipality and 48th as a city from May 26 – 31 with a cultural, artistic, and gastronomic festival. Over the years, the city has established itself as a destination not only for sun and beach, but also culture for both tourists and locals, so the...
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puerto vallarta gay
Puerto Vallarta Puerto Vallarta has an iconic reputation as an extremely welcoming LGBT-friendly destination. The town has an authentic Spanish atmosphere, and there are many gay hotels in the area.  All accommodation options offer a great value for money, which is always a bonus when planning a honeymoon or romantic getaway. It is worth mentioning...
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