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October 2, 2019
If Mexican fisheries do not adapt to climate change, the number of fish caught is set to tumble, with catch numbers for Pacific abalone, jumbo squid and mahi-mahi possibly plunging more than 30% over the next 30 years in Mexico, according to a study published on Wednesday. Co-authored by the New York-based Environmental Defense Fund...
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The Mexican army _ the country’s last line of defense against violent gangs _ is struggling with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s desire to avoid confrontation while simultaneously dealing with gangs that have become more aggressive and often use townspeople as human shields. López Obrador has given the army a bigger role than it has...
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Once again the Cuale River, which crosses the heart of Puerto Vallarta, overflowed again, less than 48 hours after it overflowed for the first time in 50 years. Tuesday nights overflow occurred around 11:00 pm and wreaked havoc in the Paso Ancho colony, as well as once again in Buenos Aires and Emiliano Zapata, in...
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