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  • You Can´t Get Divorced! At Least Not In The Philippines

    You Can´t Get Divorced! At Least Not In The Philippines

    Por: Nairda Ariday Ortega   |   Hace 1 hora

    The process to request an annulment takes from 3 to 4 years

    PHILIPPINES.- Along with the Vatican, the Philippines is the only country that hasn't legalized divorced, which is why many spouses of failed marriages remain married. And if they do decided to get an annulment, the process for this is really expensive and not everybody has the money to pay for it. President of the Ecclesiastic organization, Socrates Villegas, mentioned: "Marriage is and...

  • Yet Another 7 Thousand Emails of Hillary Clinton Will Be Revealed

    Yet Another 7 Thousand Emails of Hillary Clinton Will Be Revealed

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 2 horas

    This is already a third of her correspondance

    UNITED STATES.- In favor of transparency, the United States Department of State published yet another 7,000 pages with screen captures of emails sent and recieved by the Democrat party´s precandidate, Hillary Clinton, when she served as Secretary of State. Last March, Clinton was severely damaged when it was revealed that she used a personal email account, harbored in a private sector, to...

  • Pope Francis Pardons Women Who Have Had Abortions

    Pope Francis Pardons Women Who Have Had Abortions

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 5 horas

    "This year's merciful jubilee will not exclude anyone," he explained

    WORLD.- Catholicism has always had a firm position when it comes to abortion, condemning the decision of plenty of women who have once chosen to terminate their pregnancy. Nevertheless, Pope Francis, the Vatican's maximum representative, believes that women who have had an abortion shouldn't be singled out as they have. Through a letter directed to Monsignor Rino Fisichella of the...

  • Thanks Obama: Tallest Mountain In North America Has New Name

    Thanks Obama: Tallest Mountain In North America Has New Name

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 1 día

    As of today, it will officially be called "Denali"

    ALASKA.- As of today, the highest mountain in the United States is now Denali, according to a statement presented by Barack Obama's administration this Sunday . This mountain used to be called Mount McKinley, located in Alaska and is 6, 194 meters high, but for years it has been known by its local name, "Denali", meaning "the highest one" in the native tongue of Dena'ina. ...

  • 5 People Dead in Spain After Fireworks Explosion

    5 People Dead in Spain After Fireworks Explosion

    Por: Nairda Ariday Ortega   |   Hace 1 día

    The number of injured could increase

    SPAIN.- This morning, according to information from the local Fire Department, an explosion inside a firework company Northwest of Zaragoza, Spain, left 5 people dead and three in a critical condition. On the other hand, mayor of Garrapinillos, mentioned that there is no sign of damages on the area's households, given that the company is located 9 kilometers from Zaragoza, away from any...

  • Former Cop Arrested For The Murder Of Mexican Photojournalist, Ruben Espinosa

    Former Cop Arrested For The Murder Of Mexican Photojournalist, Ruben Espinosa

    Por: Cynjen Romero   |   Hace 1 día

    He had been previously consigned for torture

    MEXICO CITY .- Mexico City's distric attorney recently informed that they have captured a former 24-year-old cop, who is believed to be involved in the murder of photojournalist Ruben Espinosa and four other women on July 31st . "Today, police officials manage to arrest a person identified as Abraham Torres Tranquilino for his alleged participation in the aforementioned events," was...

  • Peña Nieto is a piece of deodorant

    "Peña Nieto is a piece of deodorant"

    Por: Tony Tee   |   Hace 5 días

    25-year-old congressman-elect Pedro Kumamoto shines bright as a speaker In Tijuana but is he ready to govern in Mexico?

    TIJUANA.- Pedro Kumamoto, the twenty five year old independent state congressman elect from the state of Jalisco, packed the house at Tijuana’s Cultural Center last night for a lecture put together by Tijuana's Jesuit university, IBERO. The ITESO (Western Institute of Technology and Higher Education) grad and former study body president of his university, is a rising star in Mexico. The event...

  • Tour Tijuana: A Free 9K Run this August 30th

    Tour Tijuana: A Free 9K Run this August 30th

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 1 semana

    A multi-stage run launches this month in Playas de Tijuana

    TIJUANA.- This August 30th, the community of Playas de Tijuana will host a 9 kilometer fun run. TOUR Tijuana is the first event of its type in the region, with the goal to organize regular fun runs around different parts of the city— a sort of multi-stage competition. The idea is that winners in each race can also compete to win the tour itself. A total of four events are currently planned...

  • Foreigners Crossing from San Diego to Tijuana Will Require Passport

    Foreigners Crossing from San Diego to Tijuana Will Require Passport

    Por: Cynjen Romero   |   Hace 1 semana

    This new ruling will only apply to those crossing by foot

    SAN DIEGO.- Yesterday, the new pedestrian cross walk was inaugurated at the San Ysidro border Port of Entry, which will become a new obstacle for foreigners wanting to visit Mexico. As of yesterday’s afternoon, pedestrians who are foreigners coming from San Diego to Tijuana, will have to go through a special line where they will be asked for their passport, will have to fill out a form...

  • What’s Up With Our Neighbors? Binational Entrepreneurship: Interview with The Border Group

    What’s Up With Our Neighbors? Binational Entrepreneurship: Interview with The Border Group

    Por: Regina Bernal/ Start Me Up Live   |   Hace 2 semanas

    An interview with Mario López

    When we think about our neighbors the first thought that comes to mind is our next-door neighbors right? We might know their Saturday morning routine of walking their dog, picking up the newspapers, or their Friday night gatherings that make it difficult for us to sleep. But how much do you really know about them other than their basic routine? A similar concept can be applied to our...