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Wonderful World: Discover Cologne

Welcome tourists! In this edition, we will talk about Cologne, the fourth largest city in Germany, where one of the most beautiful cathedrals on the planet is located. City founded in the year 38 B.C. and has just over 1 million citizens. Perhaps only a few know it but the Eau de Cologne has its origins in this city. Although …

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Multiple factors contributing to Mexico City’s water crisis

By Angie Baldelomar Mexico City is experiencing a water crisis. For five months of the year, many of the metropolis’ 21 million residents don’t have enough water to drink. About 40 percent of the drinking water is lost as it goes through cracked pipes because of a crumbling infrastructure. By the time water reaches Mexico City’s suburbs, water pressure has …

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Wonderful World: Discover Cologne

By Tom Sawyer Welcome tourists! In this edition, we will talk about Cologne, the fourth largest city in Germany, where one of the most beautiful cathedrals on the planet is located. City founded in the year 38 B.C. and has just over 1 million citizens. Perhaps only a few know it but the Eau de Cologne has its origins in …

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Mexímetro 09.27.19

09/20/18 Un choque que ocurrió en Monterrey, Nuevo León dejó como resultado 20 personas lesionadas. Todo ocurrió mientras dos autobuses circulaban en la carretera Pesquería. Autoridades de la policía de caminos están investigando que fue lo que ocasionó el accidente pues al día de hoy se desconoce como se dio el impacto entre estos dos autobuses. 09/21/18 La policía de …

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Wonderful World: Discover London

Welcome tourists! In this edition, we will talk about London, the largest city in the United Kingdom and also the capital of the country. The city was founded by the Romans with the name Londinium almost 2 thousand years ago. Its metropolitan area has around 14 million citizens, making it the most populated area in Europe. London is a global …

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Students in Mexico march to protest violence by “porros”

By Angie Baldelomar On Sept. 5, thousands of students at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), the largest and most prestigious public higher education institution in the country, marched to protest a recent campus attack against protesters. The students also were demanding an end to violence by groups of thugs who are often registered but don’t attend classes. Also …

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U.S. planning to pay Mexico to deport unauthorized immigrants

By Angie Baldelomar The Trump administration said in a recent notice to Congress it intends to take $20 million in foreign assistance funds and use it to help Mexico pay for plane and bus fare to deport as many as 17,000 unauthorized immigrants. The move would help increase the deportations of Central Americans that pass through Mexico to get to …

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Hispanic Heritage Month: A who’s who of Hispanic Americans

An introduction to our Hispanic Heritage Month series By Chara National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15) recognizes Hispanic Americans and their contributions to American society. Many Hispanics have contributed to American history – and continue to make contributions to American society. In Dos Mundos we will be writing a profile about some of the most important Hispanic leaders in …

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Wonderful World: Discover Cabo San Lucas

By Tom Sawyer Welcome tourists! In this edition, we will talk about a magical place in our neighboring country Mexico. Cabo San Lucas, the site where the Arc of the End of the World is located or at least that is how it is known. The city was named both in honor of San Lucas Evangelista and also to its …

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Mexico and U.S. reach preliminary trade agreement

On Monday (Aug. 27), the Mexican and U.S. governments announced they had reached a preliminary trade agreement. Government officials said the final agreement could be completed within a few days. “They used to call it NAFTA,” President Trump announced from the White House. “We are going to call it the United States-Mexico Trade Agreement.” The president had said multiple times …

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