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Mexímetro 02.28.19

02/21/19 Un delincuente que había sido arrestado por haber robado dinero a un cliente de un banco, escapó del hospital donde era atendido. Según versiones de las autoridades, el hombre se encontraba custodiado en un hospital de la Ciudad de México pero el policía que lo vigilaba no se percató de la fuga. Autoridades investigan los hechos y al oficial …

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Mexican girl wins prestigious science award

By Angie Baldelomar An 8-year-old Mexican girl has become the first child to win a prestigious science prize from Mexico’s National Autonomous University (UNAM) for demonstrating outstanding skills on science diffusion. Xochitl Guadalupe Cruz Lopez, who lives in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas, created a solar water heater made from discarded objects, including hoses, and glass panels from a …

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Wonderful World: Discover Puerto Escondido

By Tom Sawyer Welcome tourists, in this edition we will talk about Puerto Escondido a beautiful port of Mexico. For many years was a small fishing village but because of the beauty of it has become one of the main tourist centers of the state of Oaxaca. It has a very small population of just under 50 thousand residents. There …

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Ramos, Univision crew freed after brief detention in Venezuela

By Angie Baldelomar Univision anchor Jorge Ramos and his five-person TV crew were briefly detained on Monday (Feb. 25) at the presidential palace in Caracas, Venezuela, during an interview with President Nicolas Maduro. Ramos told Univision they were detained for two hours on Monday night after asking a question Maduro did not approve of. After being released, they were sent …

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Mexímetro – Noticias de México

By Chara 02/14/19 Autoridades de la Ciudad de México están alarmadas pues los asaltos afuera de los bancos siguen incrementándose. El modo de operación de estos criminales es robar ya sea la persona a pie a punta de arma de fuego o bien llegar a bordo de una motocicleta y quitarles el dinero. Autoridades informaron que las colonias con más …

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Wonderful World: Discover San José Part 2

Welcome tourists! In this edition we will talk again about San José the capital of Costa Rica, which in case you missed it in the previous chapter is considered one of the most attractive capitals of Central America. The foundation dates back to 1848, although most of the population already habited the area since 1737. The name of the city …

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Dra. Nancy Álarez: I don’t understand Pope Francis

“Against the judgment of the Venezuelan church itself, the Vatican has wanted to be present at the inauguration of Nicolas Maduro, which has been almost universally catalogued as illegitimate and with very few representatives from other countries.” —Carlos Esteban (Infovaticana). When Pope Francis was chosen and began to take certain measures, show his simplicity and pretend to make changes that …

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Teen from Mexico to do postgraduate studies at Harvard

By Chara At age 13, Dafne Almazan became the youngest psychologist in the world. At age 17, the Mexican national is starting a master’s degree program in mathematics at Harvard University, as multiple news outlets have reported. According to information from Harvard, Almazan is the first Mexican under the age of 18 to pursue a master’s degree at the Cambridge, …

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Return of challenge trend resulting in teen injuries

By Chara An online challenge is back – and many teens who are taking it are getting injured. The challenge is called the salt and ice challenge. It consists of pouring salt on the skin and placing ice over it. According to multiple news outlets, the challenge usually causes second-degree burns. It can even result in hospitalization. Videos of teens …

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Street Talk: What do you think about what is happening in Venezuela?

By Chara Another crisis has hit Venezuela. Under Nicolas Maduro’s totalitarian presidency, the South American country has repeatedly drawn international headlines as media outlets have reported on residents waiting in lines for hours for scarce supplies and Venezuelans trying to flee the country. And now, there is a power struggle for the presidency. As multiple media outlets have reported, politician …

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