Day

September 21, 2017
north korea
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, in an extraordinary and direct rebuke, called President Donald Trump “deranged” and said he will “pay dearly” for his threats, a possible indication of more powerful weapons tests on the horizon. Hours later, North Korea’s foreign minister reportedly said that his country may be planning to test a hydrogen...
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frida rescue dog
Frida is a six-year-old labrador who is trained by the Navy to assist in finding people in disaster zones. She, along with her three other companions, Eco, Evil and Titan, have won the applause and hearts of the Mexicans thanks to their rescue work, especially in the last September 7 earthquake, which left several areas...
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The System for the Integral Development of the Family (DIF), chaired by Candelaria Tovar de Dávalos, acknowledged the solidarity of the people in Puerto Vallarta who donated items at area collection centers over the last 10-days to help victims of the earthquake that struck Oaxaca and Chiapas. “Once again we show that we are people...
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girl earthquake mexcio
A high-ranking navy official said Thursday there is no missing child at a collapsed Mexico City school that had become a focus of rescue efforts following this week’s deadly magnitude 7.1 earthquake, though an adult still may be alive in the rubble. Navy Assistant Secretary Angel Enrique Sarmiento said that while there are blood traces...
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Monzón Brewing Company
In response to the two recent devastating earthquakes affecting central Mexico, Monzón cofounders Miranda and Reid Mortimer have announced a fundraiser event to be held this Saturday, September 23, from 6-9PM at Monzón Brewing Company, Venustiano Carranza 239, in Vallarta’s Emiliano Zapata neighborhood. “Here in Vallarta, we are so lucky to have been unaffected by...
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mexico earthquake
Governments and civilians around the world expressed condolences and promises of aid on Wednesday to help Mexico cope with a magnitude 7.1 earthquake that levelled buildings and killed more than 200 people. The outpouring of early support was heavier on Twitter pledges of solidarity and plans to send rescuers than offers of longer term aid....
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