The Mazatlan Aquarium hold ‘19 Meeting of Children for the Conservation of Birds ’

From November 11 to 15, the Municipality will host one hundred children from the state’s communities to learn more about the life and conservation of bird species. It is known as the 19th.  ‘Childhood Encounter for Bird Conservation’. One hundred sixth grade girls from the different communities of Guasave, Angostura, Elota, San Ignacio, El Rosario,

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10 Mexican beaches that few know

10 Mexican beaches that few know

If Mexico can boast of anything, it is its incredible beaches, which are true earthly paradises that fall in love at first sight. 1.- Playa Balandra La Paz Baja California Sur This beach is famous for its shallow depth, lack of great tides, white sand, transparent water and a temperature of 30ºC, which is why

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When do the killings stop?

When do the killings stop?

Saturday the 3rd of August, a stone’s throw from the Mexican border, at least twenty people were murdered in El Paso, Texas, innocent shoppers gunned down in cold blood making it the 21st mass shooting in the United States in 2019. The shooting took place in the Cielo Vista Mall area at a Walmart nineteen

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Laboratory prototype produces biogas from sargassum

Laboratory prototype produces biogas from sargassum

Yucatán scientists have been working on the project since 2017 Scientists in Yucatán have developed a laboratory prototype of a system that converts sargassum into a biogas that could be used in the home or to generate clean energy. Raúl Tapia Tussell, head researcher in the renewable energy unit at the Yucatán Scientific Research Center

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Mammoth remains found in Nuevo León

Mammoth remains found in Nuevo León

The complete skull of a mammoth and part of a skeleton, were found in the Ejido San Rafael de Galeana Nuevo León by paleontologists of the National Institute of Anthropology and History in collaboration with the Municipality of Galeana. The fossils are at least 10,000 years old. According to INAH, the report of “dinosaur bones”

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Breaking Through Barriers

Breaking Through Barriers

U.N. set to train newly formed Mexican National Guard The U.N. has promised training to thousands of the newly formed National Guard of Mexico made up of Mexican National Police and armed forces. The training is intended to educate the force on the proper treatment of civilians in an attempt at avoiding the human rights

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US returns archeological pieces to Mexico

US returns archeological pieces to Mexico

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) sent back to Mexico two archeological pieces to the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH). The two pieces were illegally trafficked to the US and belonged to an archeologic site and are considered as National Cultural Heritage. The pieces have a Teotihuacan style in their design related to

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Chapo’s wife opens drive to build ‘Chapo’ fashion brand

Chapo’s wife opens drive to build ‘Chapo’ fashion brand

The wife of convicted drug lord Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman has launched an appeal to fashion designers to propose designs for a clothing line named after her husband. Emma Coronel posted a message on her Instagram account this week saying “I invite clothing designers who are starting out and who want to join the project,

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Guadalajara breaks Guinness record for tequila tasting

Guadalajara breaks Guinness record for tequila tasting

A crowd of 1,486 liquor fans broke a Guinness World Record in Guadalajara by participating in the world’s largest tequila tasting. Guinness adjudicator Natalia Ramirez Taledo was in attendance at the event in Guadalajara and verified that it broke the previous record of 1,448 tequila tasters, set just a week earlier in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo.

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The Tata Era of Mexican Soccer Is Off to a Good Start

The Tata Era of Mexican Soccer Is Off to a Good Start

Being the manager of a national soccer team is a thankless job. This can be especially true in a soccer-crazed country such as Mexico. Imagine then the pressure Gerardo Daniel “Tata” Martino is facing as El Tri’s new manager. As if taking over the reins of a national team is not hard enough, the expectations

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Concertina wire stolen from US border at Tijuana

Concertina wire stolen from US border at Tijuana

Thieves have stolen the concertina wire laid last year to reinforce the border fence between San Ysidro, Calif., and Tijuana, Mexico, authorities said. U.S. Customs and Border Protection said the agency started using the wire to stop “increased border incursions” through gaps made by contractors who were replacing 14 miles of existing fence with steel

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Ex-Yankee Esteban Loaiza sentenced to 3 years on drug charges

Ex-Yankee Esteban Loaiza sentenced to 3 years on drug charges

Former All-Star pitcher Esteban Loaiza was sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to federal drug charges involving 20 kilograms (44 pounds) of cocaine that he admitted he planned to distribute. Loaiza, 46, was sentenced Friday more than a year after he was arrested near a house in Imperial Beach, a town south

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US porn star dies after falling from a hotel in Mexico City

US porn star dies after falling from a hotel in Mexico City

A porn star has died after falling to his death from a hotel after drinking all day, according to reports. Popular American actor Bill Bailey fell from the fourth floor of the hotel he was staying at after reportedly enjoying an all-day booze session. A police report said Bailey, 38, was with his girlfriend AJ

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Tepito, the Mexico Slum Where One Day You’re Alive and the Next You’re Dead

Tepito, the Mexico Slum Where One Day You’re Alive and the Next You’re Dead

Tepito is a tough neighborhood whose name in Mexico immediately evokes crime and drug trafficking, and where people live intensely every day because death can strike at any minute. The streets of the slum are more alive by day and by night than any other part of Mexico City, with death a daily reality due

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Consumer group says Kellogg’s cut cereal vitamins in Mexico

Consumer group says Kellogg’s cut cereal vitamins in Mexico

The Netherlands-based consumer group Changing Markets says Kellogg Co. has reduced vitamins and micronutrients in some of the most popular breakfast cereals in Mexico. In a study released Wednesday, the group says Kellogg’s Corn Flakes cut calcium, vitamin E and most forms of vitamin B between 2013 and 2018. Mexico is categorized as a country

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