VISIT OAXACA: THINGS TO DO, VACATION RENTALS, TOURS

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September 18, 2018
Solar observatory in New Mexico reopens after mysterious evacuation, conspiracy theories remain
Video by KOAT Albuquerque SUNSPOT – The National Solar Observatory facility in Sunspot has reopened following an evacuation ordered by the FBI on Sept. 6. “Everything’s back up and running with as much normalcy as we can expect. We’re starting right where we left off, and we’re going to keep going,” said Sunspot Solar Observatory...
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New Mexico Gov. Martinez Attends White House Hispanic Event
President Donald Trump, second from right, kisses Cuban-American restaurant owner Irina Vilariño, second from left, during a Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration in the East Room of the White House in Washington, Monday, Sept. 17, 2018. Luis G. Rivera Marín, Secretary of State and Lt. Governor of Puerto Rico, watches at right. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) The...
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Video warns of new cartel violence on 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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Maradona makes winning start in Mexico
Diego Maradona made a successful start at the helm of Dorados, leading the Mexican side to a strong win in his first game in charge on Monday. Appointed as coach earlier this month , Maradona oversaw a 4-1 victory for Dorados over Cafetaleros de Tapachula in the Ascenso MX – Mexico ‘s second tier. The...
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Ag department seeking Md. producers for trade show in Mexico
ANNAPOLIS — The Maryland Department of Agriculture is seeking local food producers to participate in Expo ANTAD & Alimentaria from March 5 to 7, 2019, in Guadalajara, Mexico. The trade show is dedicated to food products in Mexico and is recognized as a gateway to entering into the Mexican market. In partnership with the Southern...
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Gov't says cooperation with Mexico remains excellent
BILATERAL relations between Jamaica and Mexico have fostered excellent cooperation across a wide range of areas critical to national development in the two countries. “Our ties in trade, investment and tourism continue to be strong. Both trade and investments have shown healthy increases,” said Minister of State for Foreign Affairs and Foreign Trade, Senator Pearnel...
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Student protests sweep Mexico
Image: Twitter, Hillary Goodfriend New waves of student protest have been erupting in the universities and colleges of Mexico City. Students in all the major universities in the capital have come out en masse in solidarity after 14 students at UNAM (National Autonomous University of Mexico) were injured by porros (semi-fascist shock groups) earlier this...
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Complaints as 157 bodies kept in morgue trailer in Mexico
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Overcrowding at morgues in Mexico’s western state of Jalisco led authorities to store 157 unidentified bodies in a refrigerated truck near the city of Guadalajara, but complaints about the smell prompted an investigation Monday. Neighbors’ complaints about the truck caused authorities to change its location several times. It went from a...
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Mariachi Shooting in Mexico City Claims 6th Victim
09/18/2018 – The New York Times The prosecutor’s office says the latest victim was a 32-year-old man. Mexico City authorities say a sixth person has died as a result of a weekend shooting by men dressed as mariachi musicians who attacked a restaurant at a popular plaza in the capital. The office said in a...
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