September 9, 2017
political corruption mexico

Mexico faces a “lost generation” of corrupt leaders

During the colonial period, the Spanish Americas were governed under the 14th-century formula, “Obedézcase, pero no se cumpla”: obey, but do not comply. This double...
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Mexico begins to bury earthquake victims | Vallarta Daily News

Slow-moving funeral processions converged on a Juchitan’s cemeteries from all directions on Saturday, so many that they sometimes caused temporary gridlock when they met at...
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Google makes it easier for users to donate to Earthquake Relief

Google's search engine offers users the latest news related to the magnitude 8.2 quake that occurred in Mexico on September 7 and the option to...
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Mexico Modern Art, Commerce, and Cultural Exchange, 1920–1945

Widely acknowledged as a critical chapter in the history of twentieth-century art, the rise of modernism in Mexico was activated by artists, museum curators, gallery...
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PROFEPA relocates 390 sea turtle eggs in Puerto Vallarta

The Federal Prosecutor's Office for Environmental Protection (PROFEPA) relocated 390 Golfina sea turtle eggs found during patrol tours on four beaches in Puerto Vallarta, Jalisco....
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Pope: Church isn’t a custom’s post, its doors are open

Pope Francis flew to a rain-soaked Medellin on Saturday to console orphans, the poor and sick — and to demand priests and ordinary Colombians look...
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Winds, fire, floods and quakes: A nutty run of nature

With four big hurricanes, a powerful earthquake and wildfires, it seems that nature recently has just gone nuts. Some of these disasters, like Friday’s earthquake...
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how common are earthquakes in mexico

How common are Earthquakes in Mexico? 1,648 recorded in August

According to information from the National Seismological Service, last month Mexico recorded a total of 1,648 earthquakes whose epicenters were located within the country. The...
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Hurricane Irma now taking aim at Tampa as Floridians hustle to leave

With the window closing fast for anyone wanting to escape, Irma hurtled toward Florida with 130 mph winds Saturday on a shifting course that threatened...
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Hurricane Katia

Hurricane Katia and earthquake serve Mexico a one-two punch

Hurricane Katia roared onshore north of Tecolutla in Veracruz state, pelting the region with intense rains and winds just one day after Mexcio's deadly earthquake....
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SingularityU Mexico

SingularityU Mexico brings the brightest minds to Puerto Vallarta

Puerto Vallarta will be the host city for the first summit of SingularityU Mexico, where the brightest minds will teach how to use exponential growth...
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