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Mexico marked the 100th anniversary on Wednesday of the assassination of Emiliano Zapata, one of the main heroes of the 1910-1917 revolution who was gunned down by government soldiers over his unyielding defense of peasants. President Andrés Manuel Lopez Obrador particularly identifies with Zapata. Both are from southern Mexico, in a country where politics have...
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At dawn this Saturday, three people were executed in Puerto Vallarta outside a bar in downtown Puerto Vallarta, according to the State Prosecutor’s Office. The report was received at 4:30 a.m. at a bar located at the intersection of Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez Street and Morelos, in the Downtown Colonia of Puerto Vallarta. Upon the...
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During December 2018, 73.7% of Mexicans over 18 years of age felt unsafe in the place where they live, according to the National Survey of Urban Public Safety (ENSU), conducted by INEGI. This represents a 1.2% reduction compared to September 2018, when the percentage was 74.9%. This percentage is the lowest since June 2017, when...
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Before the advance of Hurricane Willa, a category 5 storm on the Saffir-Simpson scale, reaches the coast of Nayarit, the Civil Protection authorities issued a yellow alert, prepared shelters and made preparations for an evacuation in case of contingency in Tecuala, Santiago Ixcuintla and San Blas. The authorities indicated that “Hurricane Willa is potentially destructive...
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Around 7:30 am the colossus recorded an explosion, with a fumarole more than a kilometer high and with a high content of ash, informed the National Coordinator of Civil Protection of the Ministry of the Interior (Segob), Luis Felipe. The national coordinator of Civil Protection, Luis Felipe Puente, warned about the possible ash fall of...
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2 Mexican marines found dead in resort of Cancun
MEXICO CITY — Authorities found the bodies of two Mexican marines wrapped in blood-stained sheets and dumped on a street in the Caribbean coast resort of Cancun on Wednesday. The bodies were found in downtown Cancun, relatively far from most of the resort’s hotels. They had apparently been stabbed. The Mexican navy condemned the killings,...
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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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mexico independence day puerto vallarta
Fireworks, live music, the traditional commemorative parade to the “National Day of Charro” and more activities will be offered in Puerto Vallarta to celebrate Mexico’s Independence Day. A great Mexican celebration is being prepared in Puerto Vallarta. As it is already a yearly tradition, the port has a series of activities for tourists and locals...
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maya train
The president-elect, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, announced that the governments of Chiapas and Tabasco will start the Maya Train project, which by 2019 will have a budget of $16 billion pesos. In a private meeting at an exclusive hotel in the archaeological zone of Palenque, the constitutional and elected governors of Chiapas, Tabasco, Campeche, Quinta...
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Rosalinda Gonzalez
Mexican authorities have released on bail the wife of one of the country’s most wanted drug lords, Nemesio Oseguera, boss of the powerful Jalisco New Generation Cartel, local media reported late on Friday. Rosalinda Gonzalez, who in May was arrested on organized crime and money laundering charges, was freed from prison late on Thursday in...
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The destructive earthquake that struck central Mexico in September last year caused hundreds of deaths and numerous material damages. But the strong tremor has also had an unexpected consequence for archaeologists. While they were carrying out repairs to the Teopanzolco pyramid, in the state of Morelos, they found remains of a temple that they believe...
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puerto vallarta environment
As part of the actions of Environmental Education and Conservation, the Subdirectorate of Environment and Ecology of the City of Puerto Vallarta, carried out a series of courses, workshops and clean-up campaigns in April. The environmental workshops received participation of 772 people from different educational institutions and businesses in the city. The courses on Waste...
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Six months have passed since a magnitude 7.1 earthquake struck Mexico City, toppling 40 buildings and killing over 300, but the memory remains fresh. Condemned structures dot many neighborhoods, their facades crumbling. And after an earthquake 225 miles away in Oaxaca state shook the capital city again on Feb. 16, 2018, the city mayor said...
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At 4:42 am Sunday morning, the Popocatépetl volcano presented an exhalation with low ash content that reached a height of two thousand meters and whose plume went north, informed the National Coordinator of Civil Protection of the Ministry of the Interior ( Segob), Luis Felipe Puente Espinosa. “Exhalation of Popocatépetl at 04:42 hours, with a...
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The 2nd Luminia Fest Pyrotechnics Festival offered thousands of Vallartenses and tourists a party of lights, music and color on the Malecón in Puerto Vallarta to bid farewell to 2017. People started to arrive downtown and at the Malecón in the early afternoon hours, families excited about the party that had been prepared, which started...
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