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October 14, 2017
Six months after starting operations, the Regional Rehabilitation Unit of the DIF system already has many testimonies of gratitude from the more than 300 people assisted in the URR. Such is the case of the young Luis Javier Gordián, who after suffering an accident, receives rehabilitation therapies in this unit. “I am very grateful that...
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A 5.4 magnitude quake struck southern Mexico on Friday, according to the U.S. Geological Survey, but there were no immediate reports of damage. It was not immediately clear if the tremor was an aftershock from a powerful series of quakes last month that destroyed buildings in Mexico City and killed nearly 500 people. The epicenter...
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Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday urged Mexican lawmakers to improve women’s rights, delivering a sharp rebuke to a key trading partner that has struggled to curb years of femicide, drug violence and rights abuses. In a visit to the Mexican capital amid tense talks in the United States to save the North American...
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Mexican environmental protection officials say a 5-year-old female lion found malnourished and wandering the streets near Puerto Vallarta has been brought to a refuge in Mexico City. Authorities have not said how they believe the African lion came to be in La Palapa, a hamlet in the mountains about 8 miles (13 kilometers) outside the...
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