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April 12, 2017
Taiwan’s legislature has explicitly banned the sale and consumption of dog and cat meat and increased the penalty for animal cruelty, underscoring growing awareness of animal welfare in one of Asia’s most prosperous societies. The legislature amended Taiwan’s animal protection law to double the maximum penalty for deliberate harm to animals to two years in...
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The election of Donald Trump as U.S. president last year raised the specter of economic recession in Mexico, sent the country’s peso into a tailspin, and threatened local industry such as car making. But four months on, Mexican automobile output is accelerating fast, unemployment is at a nine-year low, and the peso has been one...
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The body of a man, who witnesses said was tossed from a plane, landed on a hospital roof in Mexico’s northern Sinaloa state on Wednesday, according to a public health service official in the region, which is home to notorious drug traffickers. The body landed on the roof of an IMSS hospital in the town...
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Without borders or walls that stop them, these 350 species of birds travel from different parts of the United States and Canada to migrate in Mexican territory thanks to the wealth and diversity that offers them rest from the winter. Expert on bird conservation, Vicente Rodríguez Contreras, of the National Commission for the Knowledge and...
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A 38-year-old man from the State of Mexico drowned on the beaches of Puerto Vallarta, despite the efforts of rescuers to save his life. This is the first drowning of the Easter and Holy Week holiday period in Puerto Vallarta this year. Civil Protection personnel from Puerto Vallarta reported that the incident occurred around 5:00...
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