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April 27, 2018
2018 Pacific Hurricane Season
The 2018 Pacific Hurricane Season officially begins on May 15 in the East Pacific Ocean, and on June 1 in the Central Pacific; they will both end on November 30. These dates conventionally delimit the period of each year when most tropical cyclones form in the Pacific basin. However, the formation of tropical cyclones is...
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tequila cloud
Mexico is stepping up their game to guarantee if a border wall is ever built, there is only one side you will want to be on, the side where it rains tequila! The Mexico Tourism Board rolled out a new machine that creates tasty tequila rain, one rainy season we can all get behind. The...
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food poisoning romaine lettuce
Disease hunters are using genetic sequencing in their investigation of the ongoing food poisoning outbreak linked to romaine lettuce, a technique that is revolutionizing the detection of germs in food. The genetic analysis is being used to bolster investigations and — in some cases — connect the dots between what were once seemingly unrelated illnesses....
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Global LGBT funding
Although global LGBT funding is growing, reaching about $250 million in 2016, three-quarters of the money is going to western countries, campaigners said on Wednesday. More than 500 foundations and governmental agencies gave a total of $524 million to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) causes in 2015 and 2016 combined, almost a quarter more...
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Under the Same Sky We Dream
Mexican artists Erika Harrsch and Magos Herrera set up a multimedia exhibit in New York, Under the Same Sky We Dream, that reflects on the drama of unaccompanied immigrant children crossing into the United States and the tenuous hope offered by an immigration law. Titled “Under the Same Sky … We Dream”, the piece aims...
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Lo de Perla Jungle Garden
In this place, the orchids and other exotic flowers grow at their own pace, misted by the sea breeze and tucked away in the tropical jungle. The Lo de Perla Jardín de la Selva (Lo de Perla Jungle Garden) is the creation of Alejandro de Perla, a visionary and nature lover who has already earned...
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baby sea turtles
On beaches from North Carolina to Texas, throughout the wider Caribbean and Mexico’s Pacific Coast, one of nature’s great seasonal events is underway, or almost here for some areas. Adult female sea turtles are crawling out of the ocean, digging deep holes in the sand and laying eggs. After about 60 days, baby sea turtles...
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central american migrants
About 170 Central American migrants in a caravan of asylum-seekers have arrived in Tijuana, joining about nearly 200 others on their final stop before entering the United States. Three tourist buses were guarded by a Mexican police escort on a curvy, mountainous road from the Mexican border city of Mexicali. Lawyers planned free workshops on...
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mexico exports
Last March, the value of Mexico exports in merchandise increased 10 percent annually, compared to the same period of 2017, driven by automotive sales abroad, INEGI reported today. Thus, in the first three months of the year, the value of total exports reached over $590 million dollars, which meant an annual rise of 11.5 percent,...
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