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From Mexico to a Michelin Star
Damiana Bravo, 80, was one of the first people from her town to arrive in New York. She arrived from Piaxtla, a town of around 1,000—5,000, if you include its surrounding hamlets—in the Mexican state of Puebla, sometime in the 1970s. She doesn’t remember the year. It was her second attempt to start a new...
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The Mayor of Mexico City, José Ramón Amieva, reported that ash from three explosions at Popocatémetl Volcano, locally known as Popo, had reached the east and south areas of the capital. Ash was reported in the delegations of Iztapalapa, Milpa Alta, and Xochimilco. Wind also steered ash to Tláhuac, Istacalco, Coyoacán, Tlalpan, Magdalena Contreras, and...
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Suspect in soccer coach's 2012 NYC murder captured after deadly shootout in Mexico
MEXICO CITY — A suspect in the 2012 slaying of a youth soccer coach in New York City fatally shot two Mexican federal agents who were trying to detain him, setting off a search by police and troops that led to his capture a day later, officials said Thursday. Orlando Orea is charged In New...
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Lessons from Mexico’s Earthquake Early Warning System
Rubble from a collapsed building crushed a car in the Xochimilco borough of Mexico City following the M 7.1 Puebla earthquake on 19 September 2017. This and other earthquakes that followed soon after triggered an early warning system. What lessons do these early warnings and earthquakes pose for disaster mitigation strategies? Credit: Elizabeth Cochran On...
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Research on the use of stem cells extracted from the umbilical cord to treat various conditions present important advances in Mexico. The company Cryo-Cell this week reported successful results in the protocols currently developed for the therapeutic care of urinary incontinence, bronchopulmonary dysplasia and osteoarthritis in newborns through the application of these cells. This principle...
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The jury of the Mexico Selection by Concours Mondial de Bruxelles “Following the Way of the Vine: El Bajío, Querétaro 2018”, awarded 112 wines and 27 spirits from Mexico. In a press release, the Ministry of Tourism (Sectur) reported that they were distinguished with Great Gold, Gold and Silver medals to beverages from 13 producing...
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World Beer Day will be held on August 3, a worthy date to celebrate in Mexico for being the number one country in beer exports and the fourth producer internationally, exceeding the brewing powers of Germany. With friends, as a couple, or with the family, it is important to remember on this special date that...
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mexico rivers
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has issued a series of decrees establishing water reserves, aiming to preserve sufficient supplies for tens of millions of people. The decrees protect defined volumes of water in nearly half of Mexico’s 756 river basins, limiting them to use for humans and nature. Business and industrial access to the reserved...
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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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From the 2nd to the 19th of February, more than 200 artisans from 20 states, as well as from the invited countries: Ecuador, Peru, Turkey and Colombia, will hold the tenth National Meeting of Artisans. The national participants are from Oaxaca, Chiapas, Michoacán, Yucatan, San Luis Potosí, Guanajuato, State of Mexico, Nayarit and Jalisco who...
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The cities of Zapopan and Guadalajara top the list of the most infidelity in Mexico – a country that certainly always appears in the list along with Argentina and Brazil, according to a study conducted by dating site Ashley Madison. Through a statement, the company explained that the study was based on the number of...
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The National Seismological Service (SSN, for its acronym in Spanish), reported that up to now there have been 39 aftershocks from the earthquake that occurred on September 19 and 6,510 from the earthquake on September 7. “Aftershocks until 7:30 am on October 5, 2017: 39 aftershocks of the Seismic M 7.1 Puebla-Morelos; 6510 aftershocks of...
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death toll earthquake
A magnitude 7.1 earthquake rocked central Mexico on Tuesday, killing at least 273 people as buildings collapsed in plumes of dust. Thousands fled into the streets in panic, and many stayed to help rescue those trapped. The quake came less than two weeks after another quake left 90 dead in the country’s south, and it...
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puerto vallarta earthquake
As the city of Puerto Vallarta was concluding annual earthquake and tsunami drills, central Mexico was rocked by an earthquake for the second time this month. The earthquake stuck along the borders of Puebla and the State of Morelos with a 7.1 on September 19 at 1:15 PM local time. Some residents of Puerto Vallarta...
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mexico earthquake
Rescue crews and ordinary citizens searched through rubble for survivors as night fell on Tuesday on battered cities in central Mexico, including the capital, where the death toll from a major earthquake grew to at least 273. The magnitude 7.1 quake toppled dozens of buildings, broke gas mains and sparked fires less than two weeks...
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