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Mexican airlines join in support of natural disasters

Mexican airlines join in support of natural disasters

Aeromexico and Volaris collaborate with the National Disaster and Emergency Assistance Committee (CADENA), to support their members with round flights. In the case of Volaris, the airline supported 1,500 people affected in Abaco, Bahamas, by Hurricane Dorian, which reached winds

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Trump says U.S. will designate Mexican cartels as ‘terrorists’

Trump says U.S. will designate Mexican cartels as ‘terrorists’

President Donald Trump said in an interview Tuesday he plans to formally designate Mexican drug cartels as foreign “terrorist” organizations. Trump’s comments, posted on the website of conservative commentator and author Bill O’Reilly, came just weeks after nine members of

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US Ambassador donates scientific equipment to Mexican schools

US Ambassador donates scientific equipment to Mexican schools

U.S. Ambassador Christopher Landau said his country wants students in Mexico to have the greatest opportunities to succeed “The United States and Mexico works as a team so that students can be future scientists, future engineers,” said US Ambassador Christopher

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Mariachi dancers break Guinness World Record in Guadalajara

Mariachi dancers break Guinness World Record in Guadalajara

A festival in Guadalajara broke a Guinness World Record when 882 people danced to mariachi music for five sustained minutes.   The mariachi dancers at the Mariachi y Charreria International Reunion, a festival in Guadalajara that runs through Sept. 2,

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Retired Quebecer found slain in Cancun

A retiree from Quebec has been found slain at his residence in Cancun, Mexican officials say. Daniel Lavoie, 62, was killed “with violence,” the attorney general’s office for the Mexican state of Quintana Roo said Sunday. Lavoie once served as

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Mexico to pursue legal action against the United States

Mexico to pursue legal action against the United States

Mexico has decided to pursue legal action against the United States after nine of its citizens are gunned down in an act of hate directed toward Hispanic immigrants with at least seven being killed. Mexico’s Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard called

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The plan to end the Sargassum problem in Quintana Roo

The plan to end the Sargassum problem in Quintana Roo

The Secretary of the Navy, Rafael Ojeda Durán, has announced that $52 million pesos has been pledged to fight the sargassum problem in the Mexican Caribbean with special machinery and personnel trained to clean up the weed. At a conference

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US should no longer need Tariff Threat with Mexico, Trump says

US should no longer need Tariff Threat with Mexico, Trump says

US President Donald Trump said on Sunday that it would likely not be “necessary” to threaten Mexico with tariffs again because that country’s government was now helping to contain the flow of migrants to the United States. In a series

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Cancun Tourism revenues could take hit from seaweed

Cancun Tourism revenues could take hit from seaweed

Credit-rating agency Moody’s said on Wednesday that the huge clumps of seaweed washing ashore in Mexico’s Caribbean region could harm hotels and other businesses in the southeastern state of Quintana Roo, taking a toll on tourism industry revenues. Moody’s said

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AMLO says GDP forecasts will be proven wrong

AMLO says GDP forecasts will be proven wrong

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (AMLO) said on Friday that lower gross domestic product (GDP) forecasts were being put forth by his rivals but will eventually be proven incorrect. “The year isn’t over yet. Let’s wait and see. It’s as

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México Starts Daylight Saving Time on April 7

México Starts Daylight Saving Time on April 7

Daylight Saving Time (DST), usually referred to as El Honorario de Verano” in Spanish, begins at 2:00 am local time on Sunday, April 7. So do not forget to set your clocks ahead one hour before going to bed tonight, if

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Thieves steal 20 million pesos from Guanajuato airport

Thieves steal 20 million pesos from Guanajuato airport

Mexican authorities said Thursday a brazen gang of thieves tailed an armored truck, burst into Guanajuato’s Airport and made off with a shipment of cash that was about to be loaded on a plane. The robbery took only three minutes

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Mexico has potential to be a technology pioneer

Mexico has potential to be a technology pioneer

Mexico has the potential to become a world pioneer in technological innovation, thanks to its demographic growth, infrastructure development and the surge in financial technology, according to a report released this Tuesday. The study by US-based consultants Frost & Sullivan

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AMLO talks US investment with Jared Kushner

AMLO talks US investment with Jared Kushner

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Wednesday that talks with White House senior adviser Jared Kushner have led to advances toward an agreement that would have the U.S. government guarantee some $10 billion in development investments for Mexico and Central

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Sea Shepherd discovers dead Vaquita caught in gill net

Sea Shepherd discovers dead Vaquita caught in gill net

On the morning of March 12th, 2019 Sea Shepherd ships M/V Farley Mowat and M/V Sharpie were on routine patrol in the Vaquita Refuge searching for illegal gill nets when they found a target.  At that moment, net removal was not a possibility due to

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