Day

March 4, 2019
A London man appears to be free of the AIDS virus after a stem cell transplant, the second success including the “Berlin patient,” doctors reported. The therapy had an early success with Timothy Ray Brown, a U.S. man treated in Germany who is 12 years post-transplant and still free of HIV. Until now, Brown is...
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Luna Rumba Productions (in association with) Los Arroyos Verde, presents their end of the season Moonlight Concert at 7 pm on March 13th in Bucerias. Experience an unforgettable evening of music, performed by some of the best musical talents in the Banderas Bay area, by the light of the moon in a beautiful garden called...
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Incanto and Democrats Abroad have added additional screenings of recent select Oscar-winning films, as well as the popular non-Oscar related films, ‘Active Measures’ and Fahrenheit 11/9. All shown in the comfortable theatre on a big screen with state of the art sound. Visit Incanto’s website for more details. All showings 3 pm. There will be...
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Mexican government officials apologized on Monday to families of five youths killed after police kidnapped them and turned them over to a brutal drug gang, a rare instance of officials admitting the state’s culpability in such crimes. Relatives said the apology is the first official recognition the four boys and a girl were innocent victims...
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The Mexican Society of students at The London School of Economics & Political Science (LSE) reported that they will hold the nineteenth edition of Mexico in London, under the premise “Mexico is More,” which will take place from March 6 – 8. A series of academic and cultural events will be held, which are aimed...
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Two people are dead and three are wounded following a shooting in the Mexican resort of Cancun. Prosecutors in the Caribbean state of Quintana Roo say the shootings occurred at a house in a low-income neighborhood, far from the beachside hotel zone. The state prosecutor’s office said Monday that a pistol and drugs were seized...
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Mexican archaeologists said Monday they have found a cave at the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza with offerings of about 200 ceramic vessels in nearly untouched condition. The National Institute of Anthropology and History said the vessels appear to date back to around A.D. 1000 and contain bone fragments and burnt offering materials that are...
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The municipal government of Puerto Vallarta, through the Tourism Department, has scheduled a series of activities that will give greater appeal to the downtown and will be an important attraction for tourists over the Easter holidays. Ramón González Lomelí, head of the agency, said that the city will provide activities that promote the destination over...
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