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Jalisco’s Attorney General reported that it initiated an investigation against those who are responsible for the crime against health, after finding 43,200 marijuana plants and four dryers. He pointed out that elements of the Criminal Investigation Agency (AIC) informed the public prosecutor of the federation that they carried out various surveillance tours in the vicinity...
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México is failing to gather data on homicide in an effective way Mexico’s failure to gather quality data on homicides is preventing the country from developing effective policies to tackle rising violence, a new study found. The report, developed by the Institute for Economics and Peace, concluded that state authorities across Mexico complied on average...
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MEXICO CITY (AP) — Authorities said Friday that a mob of about 100 people in the central Mexican state of Hidalgo doused a detective with gasoline and burned him to death. The Hidalgo state prosecutors’ office said the crowd attacked local police in the town of Metepec on Thursday and took the detective and three...
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mexico independence day in puerto vallarta
Filled with excitement and joy, thousands of people in Vallarta chanted the Cry of Independence in celebration of Mexico’s Independence Day in Puerto Vallarta. The chant was led by the interim mayor, Rodolfo Domínguez Monroy, who recalled the episode started by the priest Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla 208 years ago in Dolores Hidalgo, Guanajuato. After...
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Día de Muertos is a Mexican holiday, which translates to “Day of the Dead,” that is celebrated in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico to remember those who have died. While Día de Muertos is often confused with Halloween, the day is actually different from the U.S. holiday all together as Halloween creates fear of death and those...
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With the traditional and spectacular parade “La muerte está viva” (Death is alive), concluded on Thursday the 8th Festival of the Day of the Dead in Puerto Vallarta. Approximately at five o’clock in the afternoon the long and colorful procession began in the cemetery of 5 de Diciembre, integrated by numerous educational establishments, restaurants, hotels,...
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independence day puerto vallarta
Puerto Vallarta Mayor Arturo Dávalos Peña led the ceremony of the Grito de Independencia from the balcony of the municipal palace, while about 11,000 Vallartenses and visitors filled Plaza de Armas chanting ¡Viva Mexico! together. The night of September 15, 1810, is Mexico’s most significant historical, the “Grito de Independencia”, made by priest Don Miguel...
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Hurricane Katia
Hurricane Katia is very dangerous for Mexico because it remains parked on the coast of the Gulf of Mexico, so it will continue to cause rains in the southeast and central part of the country, according to the National Meteorological System (SMN) . In an interview with EL UNIVERSAL, Jesús Carachure, SMN meteorologist, said that...
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katia
The National Meteorological Service (SMN) reported that Tropical Storm Katia has developed in the western Gulf of Mexico. Katia moves towards the southeast, due to the interaction with cold number 2. The storm is located 165 kilometers east of Tampico, Tamaulipas, and a 120 east-northeast of Cabo Rojo, Veracruz.   In the next few hours,...
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rain
Tropical depression 14-E, expected to become tropical storm Lidia, is located south of Baja California Sur. The low pressure extends over the west of the country, creating the potential of heavy rains in most of the country. Wind gusts in excess of 60 kilometers per hour will be present in Baja California Sur, Sinaloa, Nayarit,...
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rio gran
The United States and Mexico have shared their current international border for nearly 170 years. Today they cooperate at multiple levels on issues that affect the border region, although you would not know it from the divisive rhetoric that we hear in both countries. President Trump’s focus on building a border wall threatens to undermine...
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Mexico’s Independence day is celebrated on September 16 throughout the country, and as each year, the authorities of Puerto Vallarta in conjunction with the local businesses and organizations, have planned five days of activities to celebrate one of the most important dates in the national calendar. This year, the variety of events commands all five...
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National Playa Guayabitos Volleyball Festival 2017
Rincón de Guayabitos is getting ready to host the V National Playa Guayabitos Youth Beach Volleyball Festival 2017—the first of its kind held outside southwestern Mexico—which will take place from August 23-27. Teams from nearly every state in the Republic are expected to attend. Sun, sand, adrenaline and plenty of fun are just some of...
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It is hot in winter, it hails in spring and the cold is intense in summer because the seasons do not exist anymore, climate change ended them, said expert Raquel Méndez better known as “La Señora del Clima” (The weather lady). “April 2016 and 2017 are already considered to be the warmest months globally in...
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The National Meteorological Service (SMN) predicted conditions for hail on Friday through Sunday in much of the country, except for the south and the Yucatan Peninsula. The agency indicated that today the frontal system number 33 will be located on the north of the Gulf of Mexico, without affecting the country. While two unstable zones...
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