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May 31, 2019
Colombia’s LGBT+ people who live in black and indigenous communities must cope with violence, humiliation and efforts to “cure” them of their sexual identities, according to research released on Thursday. Their lives in Colombia’s desert Wayuu tribe or Afro-Colombian communities along the rainforest Pacific Coast are often overlooked by the government, leaving LGBT+ people with...
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People with diabetes may have better brain function if they follow a Mediterranean diet rich in fruits, vegetables, legumes, whole grains, fish and healthy fats, a U.S. study suggests. Mediterranean diets have long been linked to better heart and brain health as well as a lower risk of developing diabetes. But research to date hasn’t...
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Masked men set fire to a pile of tires placed at the front door of the U.S. Embassy in the Honduran capital on Friday amid three weeks of street protests. At least a half-dozen burning tires sent up a large plume of dark smoke at the embassy before Honduran soldiers moved in with fire extinguishers....
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To commemorate Navy Day in Mexico, Saturday, June 1, there will be a parade of boats along the coasts of Puerto Vallarta, all led by the flagship of the Secretariat of the Navy of Mexico. As every year, a formal event will be held at the marina facilities, then a floral wreath will be launched...
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With the aim of contributing to the economic stability of people with disabilities and seeking to also permeate family spending, the Municipal Government, through the Municipal Council for the Development and Inclusion of Persons with Disabilities (Comudis), made the delivery of 550 credentials that will provide various benefits to this sector of the population. On...
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The Mexican peso slumped to a five-month low and the cost of insuring exposure to Mexico’s sovereign debt rose to its highest in two months after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to impose 5% tariffs on all imports from its southern neighbor. The Mexican peso sank as much as 3% after Trump said the tariff...
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The Rehabilitation Clinic of Puerto Vallarta – Santa Bárbara, was awarded $57,043 pesos by the supermarket chain Soriana, who during the months of March and April of this year, invited their clients to “Roundup” their grocery purchases for donations to the clinic. Gloria Elideth Torres García, operational director of this clinic, said that the total...
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Aeromar will open a direct flight from Mexico City – Puerto Vallarta on June 13 with four flights per week, with 5 during the months of July and August. In addition to the introductory rate that the airline will present, they will also offer passengers an initial discount of 15%. According to Javier Arana, director...
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