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July 20, 2016
Mexican authorities are banning night fishing and gill nets in an area inhabited by the endangered vaquita marina porpoise in the upper Gulf of California. The national fisheries commission said fishermen in the protected area of the gulf, which is also known as the Sea of Cortez, will also have to leave and return from...
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Canadian mining company Agnico Eagle said on Wednesday that a group of armed men stormed one of its mines in northern Mexico early on Tuesday morning, injuring a security guard and making off with a haul of silver and gold. Agnico Sonora, the company’s Mexican subsidiary, did not provide an estimate of the value of...
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over 80
With all the talk about the risks of “polypharmacy” – being prescribed more than five medications – it might be surprising to learn that not receiving enough of the right prescriptions can also significantly increase your risk of being hospitalized or dying. Yet that is exactly what a new study from Belgium finds. “Absence of...
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mexico stocks
Mexico’s stock market rallied for a fifth straight day to a fresh record intraday high on Wednesday, but its peso currency weakened on concerns over higher U.S. interest rates. Worries that the U.S. Federal Reserve could increase rates as soon as September after a muted market reaction to Britain’s decision to leave the European Union...
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lila downs
Singer – songwriter Lila Downs was in Puerto Vallarta last weekend with Discovery Channel to film a chapter of ‘Naufragantes-‘. The director of the Tourism Trust (FIDETUR), Agustin Alvarez Valdivia, said Lila Downs toured Puerto Vallarta to explore its attractions; walking along the paths of the Cuale River Island, visited some businesses, wixarika crafts (Huichol),...
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