Day

July 19, 2019
Mexico’s National Human Rights Commission says a migrant detention center in the capital suffers from bedbugs, bad food, and overcrowding. The governmental commission on Friday said the issues were pointed out more than a year ago and still haven’t been resolved. It also said the Las Agujas center needed fumigation and better training for employees....
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A gang of at least seven gunmen burst into the Mexico City home of former first lady Angelica Rivera and forced employees to hand over valuables. The city prosecutor’s office said Friday that guards managed to shoot one of the robbers in the leg and also caught another. Prosecutors say one of the suspects in...
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In order to strengthen the tourism sector of Puerto Vallarta, through training and free certification to service providers, Puerto Vallarta invites companies to participate in the ‘Vallarta Excellence’ program. The program is a distinction that can be granted to all tourism service providers in this city, which comply with a series of requirements and training...
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There is a growing number of people concerned about protecting the natural area of ​​Estero El Salado, with its primary threat being real estate interests in Puerto Vallarta. President of the National Association, “Confío en México,” Salvador Cosío Gaona, urged the authorities not to be tempted to grant permits, warning that there are already pacts...
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