VISIT OAXACA: THINGS TO DO, VACATION RENTALS, TOURS

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September 18, 2018
papaya oaxaca
They are ranked number one in productivity in Mexico, however, the papaya growers of Oaxaca, whose majority is on the coast, suffer from lack of funding, badly planned support, victims to unpredictable weather that can literally leave them on the street. Considered an activity with great opportunities, but high risk to their heritage, the planting...
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Mexico trailer storing corpses angers residents
Authorities were earlier forced to relocate the container full of corpses following complaints A refrigerated trailer containing at least 100 corpses in Mexico’s western state of Jalisco has angered residents who have complained about the smell. Authorities said on Monday they were trying to relocate the container, which was rented after mortuaries in the city...
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Deadline looms, but Canada sets itself apart from Mexico and resists pressure for quick NAFTA deal
‘The deal will take as long as the deal takes, whether it takes till the end of the month or the end of the year’ Canada’s chief trade negotiator Steve Verheul. Associated Press file photo In the “psychological warfare” that is trade negotiation, Canada faces another U.S.-imposed deadline this week to conclude high-intensity NAFTA negotiations....
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Video warns of new cartel violence on the Texas-Mexico border
Juarez, Mexico — A video that has gone viral within the past two weeks warns of an escalation in violence along the Texas-Mexico border. The video which claims to be done by the “Artistas Asesinos” and warns of another faction of the Sinaloa Cartel that they will shed blood to control the major drug pipeline...
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Win by a whisker? Mexican GP organisers hope so
Formula One’s flamboyantly moustachioed chairman Chase Carey will fit right in at next month’s Mexican Grand Prix after organisers announced a partnership with men’s health charity Movember on Monday. The tie-up aims to drive awareness of November’s fund-raising campaign in which men are encouraged to grow moustaches. "Moustaches and Mexico go hand in hand," said...
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Discover Financial's Tie-Up to Boost Card Business in Mexico
Shutterstock photo Discover Financial Services DFS recently announced that it has collaborated with Promoción y Operación S.A. de C.V. (Prosa). Both the companies will form a strategic network alliance for widely strengthening the acceptance of Discover Global Network in Mexico. With this deal, Discover, Diners Club International, PULSE and network affiliate cards will be accepted...
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Salinas celebrates Mexico's Independence Day
At Sunday’s El Grito celebration, Mexico’s General Consul came from San Jose to lead the crowd in a ceremony honoring those who fought for independence. Joe Szydlowski, The Californian (Photo: Vernon McKnight/Special to the Californian) Tens of thousands packed the Alisal Sunday to celebrate Mexico’s independence with plenty of food, music, performers and more. "Viva...
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'Go back to Mexico' remark leads to hate crimes charge
GONZALES, La. — A Louisiana man has been booked on hate crimes charges after he told a woman in a store to "go back to Mexico" and then attacked her parents, according to police. Police said 60-year-old Robert Ray, of Donaldsonville, approached the 19-year-old woman and made the comment at a store Friday. When her...
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DACA Student under Anti-ICE Terrorism Investigation Chooses Mexico Deportation over Further Disclosure
Rather than face court proceedings that would further disclose why an FBI counterterrorism investigation has targeted him, San Antonio DACA recipient Sergio "Mapache" Salazar chose to take deportation to Mexico instead. The Mexico-born Salazar was brought to the United States when he was two and has lived in San Antonio ever since, and received temporary...
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University of New Mexico president vows more transparency
Cleveland High School soccer player Mariano Barreras, of Rio Rancho, holds up a sign July 19 supporting the University of New Mexico men’s soccer program, during the Board of Regents meeting in the Student Union, in Albuquerque. University of New Mexico President Garnett Stokes promised Monday to adopt further reforms amid an investigation into the...
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