Day

August 22, 2018
The municipality of Guadalajara sparked controversy by making a change in its Regulation of Order and Security, which allows couples to engage in public sex. The new provision prohibits police officers from detaining or interrupting couples who have sex in public. Despite the controversial change in the municipality’s regulations, having sex in public will continue...
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Today, Mexico celebrates the work of firefighters, who in addition to preventing, controlling and extinguishing fires, support the citizenship in cases of floods, vehicular accidents and even in the rescue of kittens trapped in trees. Similarly, the so-called “matafuegos” or “tragahumos” risk their lives to deal with incidents involving hazardous materials, spill and chemical handling...
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Agreement between Mexico and the United States on outstanding bilateral issues in renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) could be just a few hours away, Mexican officials said on Wednesday. “We hope that we’ll have a solution in the next couple of hours, or the next couple of days,” Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso...
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One of Incanto’s popular weekly acts is ‘Tongo’, a very talented musician who sings in both English and Spanish and plays his own handmade instruments. A former firefighter hailing from Guadalajara, he is currently a local instructor with the Gedisa Guardavidas organization as a private contractor and balances his time between teaching life-saving techniques to...
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