September 7, 2022

Shark kills US tourist snorkeling in Bahamas

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP) — A shark attacked and killed a U.S. cruise ship passenger who was snorkeling in waters around the Bahamas on...
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Trade between Mexico and the US in July reaches a record of $449 billion dollars

Trade between Mexico and the United States totaled $449.8 billion dollars between January and July of this year, thus reaching a new historical record in...
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Red Cross Jalisco experiencing a decline in donations

With this year’s collection, which begins on September 30, the Guadalajara Red Cross seeks to recover donations that were pre-pandemic and even exceed them. The...
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Mexico’s president again attacks the US for travel warnings to Mexico; ‘in bad taste and nosy,’

President Andrés Manuel López Obrador described the travel alerts issued by the United States against some states in the country as “in bad taste” and...
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‘The air that keeps us alive is making us sick’, warn UN experts on Clean Air Day

International Day of Clean Air for Blue Skies, marked on 7 September, takes place in a world where almost all the air we breathe is...
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Hurricane Kay reaches category 2 heading towards Baja California

The National Weather Service reported that Kay intensified to a category 2 hurricane during the early hours of this September 7. With a trajectory parallel...
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Will Puerto Vallarta implement a ‘pet tax’ for each pet in a household?

In recent days, a town hall session was held in the Puerto Vallarta city hall in which the revenue law for the fiscal year 2023...
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Man drowns in Puerto Vallarta risking a swim under red flags

Red flags only save lives when people respect the warning. Vacations will never be the same for the Jiménez family from Guadalajara after one of...
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