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May 29, 2019
A global treaty aimed at protecting workers from violence and harassment is expected to be agreed next month, though some “tricky” issues remain, the International Labour Organization (ILO) said on Wednesday. The unresolved issues are focused on the extent to which employers should be held responsible for such behavior and on whether to include specific...
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Older women who get in enough steps each day to walk the equivalent of about two miles – far less than the five-mile goal set by many Americans – might still live longer than their less active counterparts, a U.S. study suggests. Many people trying to achieve a healthy weight and stay in shape set...
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A tour bus and a semi-trailer collided Wednesday on a mountain road in the Mexican state of Veracruz, and the bus rolled over and caught fire, killing at least 21 people and injuring 30, officials said. Roberto Hernández, the civil defense director for Nogales township, said the bus turned onto one side and the ground...
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Mexico central bank cut its outlook for growth in Latin America’s No. 2 economy in 2019 to a range of 0.8%-1.8% on Wednesday, citing both global and domestic risks to investment and consumer sentiment. In a quarterly inflation report, the bank said pressures on the economy, which contracted 0.2% in the first quarter compared to...
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Mexican immigration authorities have cleared a park of camping Central American migrants and another makeshift encampment of Haitians and African migrants outside an immigration detention center near the Guatemala border. It appeared Wednesday that most of the migrants had been transported to a fairgrounds on the outskirts of Tapachula that were already being used to...
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The countdown has already begun for what will be the fourth edition of the Acuatlón Vallarta 2019 that will take place Sunday, July 7, on the Malecon and beaches of Puerto Vallarta, where athletes from more than ten clubs will be participating. José Amador Hernández Madrigal, director of the Municipal Council of Sports (Comude), indicated...
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This Wednesday, May 29, the Government of Great Britain issued an alert for violence to tourists who plan to travel to Mexico. Through the official website of the Government of Great Britain, the European country alerted the British people about the violence in Mexico, as well as insecurity in the CDMX, migration issues, hurricane season, and the Zika virus. Violence in Mexico According to the Government of Great Britain,...
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WestJet Magazine’s digital and print issues for May have given the Riviera Nayarit ample coverage as an “LGBTQI+ friendly destination” thanks to a review by Canadian journalist Bert Archer. The story is the result of a work tour through Canada undertaken by the Riviera Nayarit CVB in December 2018, which included stops in Toronto, Calgary,...
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Puerto Vallarta must continue as a safe and secure destination in order to continue being the preference of both foreign and national visitors, and for this reason we should not lower the security guard, but on the contrary, redouble efforts, said Rafael Yerena Zambrano, General Secretary of the Federation of Workers of Jalisco (FTJ). He...
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The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat) authorized the sale of eight properties in the highly sought after beaches of Jalisco during the last two six-year terms of government, where they handed over 27,580 square meters of property for private use. The transfer to private individuals of the federal assets was carried out through...
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