Day

June 13, 2019
Gino forgot the phone in a taxi and he is now offering his savings to get it back. “I do not want to forget about my mom because when I’m sad I see her pictures and I hear her voice through the videos, and I do not want to forget her voice, her face,” says...
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Ecuador’s highest court authorized same-sex marriage Wednesday in a landmark case seeking to expand LGBT rights in the small South American nation. The decision by the Constitutional Court came after a lengthy legal battle waged by several couples and gay rights advocates. With the 5-to-4 ruling, Ecuador joins a handful of Latin American nations —...
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It was still dark when the first Guatemalan farm worker walked ashore in Mexico early Thursday, just the bottoms of his shorts damp from the shallow ford of the Suchiate River. As the sky brightened, another man drove a big blue tractor across the muddy waters to Guatemala with a sprayer on the back. A...
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If you like munching on seedlings, consider directing your palate toward microgreens. These tiny vegetables burst with rich, leafy flavors ranging from spicy to sweet, and their nutritional power exceeds that of the adult plants. Use them as garnish, sprinkle them onto salads and soups, add them to sandwiches or blend them into smoothies. A...
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The bodies of three men were found in Puerto Vallarta, semi-skeletonized and showing signs of torture. The bodies were found around 7:30 in the morning in the vicinity of Ixtapa, located northeast of the city. The bodies were discovered by an individual walking the area and immediately called 911. In a matter of minutes, municipal...
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On the first day of training to become a hitman for the Jalisco Cartel New Generation, Francisco learned that the only way to escape from the camp was to leave “in a body bag.” In three months he’d learn much more: how to handle short and long weapons, ambush enemies, respect the rules, not be...
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