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September 20, 2018
In Mexico, Bright Hope for Drug-Free Lives Arrives With the Opening of Narconon Puebla
PUEBLA, Mexico, September 20, 2018 (Newswire.com) – With great pride, Narconon International announces the grand opening of a new drug rehabilitation center near Huachinango in Puebla, Mexico. In a country devastated by drug-related violence, including more than 150,000 homicides over the last 12 years, this new Narconon is a promise of health and hope for...
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vallarta real estate on the rise
In the second quarter of 2018, condo prices in Puerto Vallarta rose 25%, despite an increase in inventory with more than 500 new units, according to brokerage firm Coldwell Banker. The average price of a condo in Puerto Vallarta was $310,000 dollars at the end of the second quarter of this year, while during the...
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U.S. procurement demand on Canada, Mexico fading from NAFTA: sources
The United States has backed away from its contentious demands for lucrative procurement projects in the renegotiation of the North American free-trade agreement, The Canadian Press has learned. Mexico and Canada are both quietly taking credit for standing firm against the controversial U.S. position that would have effectively limited their respective countries’ ability to bid...
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Veteran who was deported to Mexico returns home to the U.S.
Fabian Rebolledo poses in his military uniform in San Ysidro, moments before crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. (UC Irvine Immigrant Rights Clinic) Eight years after immigration officials detained Fabian Rebolledo in his Baldwin Park home and deported him to Tijuana, the U.S. Army veteran has returned home. Rebolledo crossed the border at San Ysidro on Wednesday...
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Justice Department Inspector General to Investigate DEA Program Linked to Massacres in Mexico
Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz said his office would examine the program flagged as “high risk” to ensure adequate internal controls are in place. The Justice Department’s inspector general announced on Tuesday that his office would investigate a Drug Enforcement Administration program linked to violent drug cartel attacks in Mexico that have left dozens,...
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Corruption Still a Concern in Mexico Public, Private Sectors, Study Finds
Corruption is becoming “normalized” in Mexican society, a trend driven in part by the energy sector, according to new research. “Mexico is a prime example of how corruption has expansive effects on a society and how it is subsequently normalized by society,” the Baker Institute for Public Policy’s Jose I. Rodriguez-Sanchez, postdoctoral research fellow in...
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