Day

September 2, 2017

News: News and information for by PVDN

death toll
Tropical Storm Lidia’s death toll rose to at least seven people, including two children, as the storm doused various states in Mexico with heavy rain on Saturday and left a severe trail of damage in the Baja California peninsula, authorities said. The victims were either electrocuted or drowned while trying to cross streams, according to...
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Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto said Saturday that security is his government’s top priority, amid growing violence and that is marring his fifth year in office and despite figures showing significant drops in crime-fighting results. In his annual state-of-the-union address, Pena Nieto said there has been progress in education reform and infrastructure projects but acknowledged...
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Sometimes love shows with only brief contact, such as the union of the little fingers through a fence, to know that the family bond prevails above the migratory separation. The so-called Kiss of the Pinkie is a custom that has been established in the border crossing of Tijuana, where every Sunday several deported migrants come...
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In order to strengthen the work carried out by the Puerto Vallarta Municipal Civil Protection and Firefighters Coordination, the government headed by Arturo Dávalos Peña will study the options for obtaining the resources for the construction of a substation that will include an advanced weather monitoring system and emergency shelter. The municipal president has set...
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pvr airport
The International Airport in Puerto Vallarta has increased the number of passengers though its doors by 12.90%, thanks to the attractions that have become a magnet for tourists, said Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico (GAP). GAP general director, Fernando Bosque Mohino, said that joint promotions between the Puerto Vallarta Tourism Trust and the Visitors and Conventions...
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