Day

June 12, 2019
A Mexican judge has freed two migrant rights activists who organized caravans, said a member of their legal team and a rights group on Wednesday, a week after their arrest which their supporters said was meant to appease the Trump administration. After 13 hours of oral arguments for Cristobal Sanchez on Tuesday and an eight-hour...
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Mexican business leaders will sign a pact with President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador on Thursday to foster investment, Mexico’s top business association said, potentially heralding an improvement in sometimes tense relations between the two sides. The Business Coordinating Council (CCE) said in a statement the accord to promote “investment and inclusive development” would be inked...
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Iconic 20th-century artist Frida Kahlo has one of the best-known faces on the planet, but the world at large has never heard the Mexican painter’s voice – until, possibly, now. Kahlo, who is instantly recognizable with her convention-defying unibrow, spent her life as a painter in the daunting artistic shadow of her husband, the muralist...
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The health alert continues in Puerto Vallarta for cases of measles, because as a tourist destination, the review of febrile cases or cutaneous diseases in foreign visitors arriving by air or sea has intensified, as reported by Fernando Petersen Aranguren, Health Secretary in Jalisco. He said prevention is vital and stressed that on the part...
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Today, McAfee reveals how cybercriminals are capitalizing on consumers’ risky travel booking habits. The findings show that popular summer destinations in Mexico, Europe – and, surprisingly, Canmore, Canada – generate the riskiest search results when people are hunting for vacation deals online. Top summer destinations hackers are targeting via potentially malicious sites: 1. Cabo San...
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