Day

September 28, 2017
frida
Even without rescuing anyone from the rubble after Mexico’s big earthquake, a photogenic yellow Labrador retriever named Frida has gained an international social media following. At least 344 people died in the Sept. 19 earthquake, including 205 in Mexico City. For days, rescuers who tunneled into huge mounds of debris and selfless volunteers who threw...
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zika
A single genetic change that occurred in 2013 may explain how Zika acquired the ability to attack fetal nerve cells, causing a severe birth defect in babies whose mothers were infected while pregnant, Chinese and U.S. researchers reported on Thursday. Scientists have posited many theories about why Zika, a mosquito-borne virus that had been linked...
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The Secretary General of the World Tourism Organization, Taleb Rifai, said that it is important to support Mexico at the moment, and the country is ready to receive tourists, which will help the country to recover quickly. In a message, as part of World Tourism Day, he stressed that in recent days the country was...
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As you know, there have been two extremely devastating earthquakes here in Mexico in the past several weeks. Many people have expressed a desire to do something to help. As a result, Act II has worked very quickly, and on Sunday, October 1st, will present a benefit concert, “MUSIC FOR MEXICO,” with 100% of the...
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As part of World Tourism Day celebrations in Puerto Vallarta, Los Niños Cantores de Morelia offered an exceptional concert in the Parish of Our Lady of Guadalupe, before hundreds of Vallartenses who were captivated by their voices. The Municipal Tourism Directorate works to promote Puerto Vallarta as a cultural destination and this type of event...
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Civil defense officials in northeast Mexico say a light rain was accompanied by small fish that fell from the sky. Tamaulipas civil defense says in a brief statement that rain Tuesday in the coastal city of Tampico included fish. Photos posted on the agency’s Facebook page show four small fish in a bag and another...
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