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Baja & Border News Translations: Tijuana Auditorium Languishes; No detainees in Acapulco-Spanish rape case; Efforts made to formalize workers; 46,000 children will go to Museo El Trompo for free

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Tijuana Auditorium Languishes (Uniradio Informa, 2/7/13 by Carlos Linaldi) TIJUANA, BC – Now languishing, the Tijuana Municipal Auditorium’s original gym area is dismantled due to leaks that have raged, the floor sank in several sections, cracks threaten walls and floors, ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: BC State debt doubles in 5 years; Broken dreams of Salvadorans deported from U.S.; Range of alternative medical options offered

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BC State debt doubles in 5 years (El Sol de Tijuana, 2/6/13 by Adam Mondragon) Tijuana, BC - Baja California’s public debt has doubled during the current administration of Governor Jose Guadalupe Osuna Millan, going from 6.4 billion pesos ($507 ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: Program to improve BC image strengthened; Remittances being sent from United States are growing; Cancer is an undesirable and feared condition

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Program to improve BC image strengthened (La Voz de la Frontera, 2/3/13 by Alejandro Domínguez) Mexicali, BC - Members of the Image Committee of Baja California agreed to strengthen actions aimed at improving the image and perception of the Organization, ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: Women more likely to suffer from Alzheimer's; Vitamin thief caught; Infant dies in fire

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Women more likely to suffer from Alzheimer's (El Mexicano, 2/4/13 by Hilario Ochoa Movis) TIJUANA, BC - Persons who are older than 70 have a 15% chance of developing dementia disease and the possibility increases to 50% at age 80 ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: Use of Condoms Recommended; Reforms Needed to Protect Women; A Violent January

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Use of Condoms Recommended (Tijuana Press, 2/1/13) Tijuana, BC - In order to prevent the spread of Sexually Transmitted Infections (STI), the Chief of Epidemiology of the Tijuana General Hospital, Dr. Samuel Navarro Alvarez, urges the use condoms during each ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: 3 Arrested for Providing Alcohol to Minor; Confidence in Municipal Police Increases; Alleged Rapist Captured

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3 Arrested for Providing Alcohol to Minor (La Cronica, 2/4/13 by Gina Rodríguez) SAN LUIS RÍO COLORADO, Sonora - Two men and a woman were arrested for the corruption of a minor after providing alcohol to a girl less than ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: Indigenous Group Complains about New Delegate; Tamales offered at Fiesta de la Candelaria; Ensenada supports Home for the Elderly; 11 Million Mexicans Suffer with Mental Disorders

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Indigenous Group Complains about New Delegate (El Sol de Tijuana, 2/3/13 by Rocio Galvan) Tijuana, BC - Unknown to many indigenous groups in the State and considered a despot and negative person to those who do know him, the new ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: All American Canal’s Concrete Lining affects Mexicali Valley Wetlands; BC Education Report considered Suspicious; Migrant Dining Room Reopens in Huehuetoca

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All American Canal’s Concrete Lining affects Mexicali Valley Wetlands (La Voz de la Frontera, 1/31/13) Mexicali, BC - Officials of the Secretariat of Protection to the Environment (SPA) have recognized wetlands that were created by nature, are drying-out due to ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: More than 68,000 Cars Towed in Tijuana; Colef and UABC donate books to Public Libraries; Saturation of Gas Stations in Tijuana Harms Business; Relatives Protest Children Killed by Ricketts

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More than 68,000 Cars Towed in Tijuana (Uniradio, 2/1/13 by José Luis Camarillo) TIJUANA, BC - So far the administration of Carlos Bustamante Anchondo has towed a total of 68,232 cars to nine different municipal impound yards for failure to ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: 7.4 Million Mexicans Suffer from Food Shortages; BC to Create Childhood Crime Prevention Protocol; U.S. Manufacturing Technology Investment Offered; San Antonio de los Buenos Street Rehab

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7.4 Million Mexicans Suffer from Food Shortages (La Prensa, 1/31/13) Mexico City - Deputy Fernando Charleston Hernandez, President of the Commission for Social Development said there are more than 52 million poor in Mexico of which 13 million are in ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: Increased Incidence of Lung Disease; Books Donated to Rosarito Libraries; Alamar Relocation Settlers Insist on Worthy Homesites; ISSSTECALI is Owed 400 Million Pesos

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Increased Incidence of Lung Disease (EL MEXICANO, 1/30/13 by Hilario OCHOA MOVIS) TIJUANA, BC - According to studies by the National Institute of Respiratory Diseases (INER), the incidence of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) has increased in Mexican women over ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: Possible New Ricketts Case Reported; BC Generated 27,000 Formal Jobs in 2012; Teachers Obtain Geography Training; Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla Primary School Receives Computer Equipment

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Possible New Ricketts Case Reported (La Cronica, 1/30/13 by Yerson Martinez) MEXICALI, BC - A possible new case of Ricketts was reported in fraccionamiento Valle de las Misiones, where an 11 year old child, Esmeralda, died at the General Hospital. ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: Reform Approves Stimulus for Short Films in BC; Increased Number of BC Women are Addicted; Carnaval Ensenada 2013 is Promoted; Low Incidence of Leprosy in BC

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Reform Approves Stimulus for Short Films in BC (Uniradio Informa, 1/28/13) MEXICALI, BC - The local Congress plenary approved an initiative in the State through economic stimulus that aims to encourage the making of short films for festivals and exhibitions, ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: Taxi Drivers seek Remedies from Authorities; Heavy Fines for Environmental Pollution; Street Food affects Employee Productivity; BC Health Personnel receive Special Training

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Taxi Drivers seek Remedies from Authorities (La Voz de la Frontera, 1/29/13) Mexicali, BC - Yesterday taxi driver leaders in Mexicali urged the municipal authority - once and for all for there to be a regulated lane running along Bulevar ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: City Council meets Lazos Families Needs; Mobile Apps Developed for Children with Autism; Rain leaves Many Streets Impassable

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City Council meets Lazos Families Needs (El Sol de Tijuana, 1/27/13) Tijuana, BC – The 20th Council has met Lazos (Tijuana) families needs through the implementation of programs that seek to elevate the standards of living of the family, young ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: Ensenada Bahia Todos Santos Named “World Surfing Reserve”; 63% of Tijuana Surgeons are Charlatans; 18% of Adults in Mexico are Diabetic

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Ensenada Bahia Todos Santos Named “World Surfing Reserve” (El Sol de Tijuana, 1/28/13) Ensenada, BC - A Surfing Reserve title of honor was decreed on the Bahia Todos Santos by the "World Surfing Reserves" (WSR) Association and will contribute to ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: Thief surprised by police; Lice and ticks are in outlying colonies

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Thief surprised by police (Peninsular Digital, 1/24/13) Cabo San Lucas, BC Sur - Carlos Alberto González Avila was found and surprised by polimunicipales while hiding under a pickup while holding stolen perfume. The man offered the officers the fine woman’s ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: Man attempts suicide with rat poison; Machetes used in assault

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Man attempts suicide with rat poison (Peninsular Digital, 1/25/13) La Paz, BC Sur - Ingesting rat poison, Pedro Cortés García, allegedly tried to commit suicide, however, a call prevented the attempt after the rapid intervention of police and medical care. ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: Private Doctors have no Training to Detect Ricketts

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Private Doctors have no Training to Detect Ricketts (Uniradio, 1/24/13) MEXICALI, BC - Private doctors are not being updated in order to detect Ricketts timely enough, said the Deputy President of the Health Commission in the State Congress, Virginia Noriega ...

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Baja & Border News Translations: Streets are Shattered and Forgotten in Fraccionamiento Soler; More than 100,000 Homes Abandoned in BC

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Streets are Shattered and Forgotten in Fraccionamiento Soler (Uniradio Informa, 1/24/13) TIJUANA, BC – Calle Articulo 27 of Fraccionamiento Soler has completely shattered paving. As it has been 30 years since it was created as a housing complex, the municipal ...

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