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REPORTE INTELIGENICIA

MARZO 2009



Bo pulls level in Mexico
SkySports - USA
Overnight leader Wilson could manage only a 69 as both men finished on 11-under heading into the final round of the event in Cancun on Sunday. ...
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Mexico alert is for border cities
Detroit Free Press - United States
... during spring break yearly -- most of them to resort areas far removed from the border, such as Cabo San Lucas, Puerto Vallarta, Cancun and Cozumel. ...
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Spring Breakers Warned About Travel To Mexico
WISC - Madison,WI,USA
Travel agencies are informing students of the situation while reassuring travelers that popular destinations like Cancun are generally safer. ...
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Meet A Ray: Justin Ruggiano
Tampa Tribune - Tampa,FL,USA
BEST VACATION EVER TAKEN: "My wedding Jan. 9 was unbelievable. We went to an all-inclusive resort called Excellence Riviera outside of Cancun, Mexico."
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Spring Break Plans Squashed By Economy, Mexico Violence
KFOXtv.com - El Paso,TX,USA
"We have very good specials to the beach destinations in Mexico like Cancun, Acapulco," he said. Try $400 to Cancun or $325 to Acapulco, and if you want to ...
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Living in Puerto Vallarta - Chapter Two
PV Mirror - puerto vallarte,Mexico
She had been to Cancun and was planning a new trip there when a terrible hurricane made her change her plans. Her travel agent helpfully recommended Puerto ...
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PV Mirror


Shark Sighting in Cancun
Cybergolf National
Editor's Note: Greg Norman was in Cancun this past weekend during the Mayakoba Golf Classic. The PGA Tour event was held at the 6923-yard, ...
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Feds: Use Caution with Spring Break Trips to Mexico
WKBT - La Crosse,WI,USA
"We just wanted to take a trip and we saw a good deal for Cancun at a resort," said Thomas Bauer, a senior at UW-La Crosse. Recently the US State Department ...
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Former Cancun police chief eyed in slaying
United Press International (subscription) - USA
CANCUN, Mexico, March 2 (UPI) -- Cancun, Mexico's former police chief was in custody Monday as the government investigates the slaying of a retired Mexican ...
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Roundup: Flight delays in New York, Philadelphia & San Francisco ...
Los Angeles Times Blogs - Los Angeles,CA,USA
Mexico | There is a new article out about how the drug war has touched Cancun. “The reality is that Cancun, like the rest of Mexico, is at war,” said Cesar ...
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Los Angeles Times Blogs


Mexico is About to Create a Mega Resort: Here’s How You Can Profit
Todays Financial News - Baltimore,MD,USA
Nayarit won’t be a carbon copy of Cancun. Although Cancun was a huge success, its development wiped out any trace of traditional Mexican charm or ...
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New Routes and New Complaints on Spirit Airlines
Jaunted - USA
We checked in at the Cancun airport and beyond the security checkpoint noticed that the monitors said the flight was delayed. In addition to that there was ...
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Jaunted


Dynamo facing Atlante, MLS history
MLS - Major League Soccer - New York,NY,USA
On Tuesday night, the Houston Dynamo hope to be the first MLS team to win in Mexico in continental competition when they face Atlante FC in Cancun, ...
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MLS - Major League Soccer


UK-US Economic Meetings
Council on Foreign Relations - New York,NY,USA
CANCUN: The Los Angeles Times reports new violence, culminating in the recent killing of a security official and two others, raises new questions about the ...
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State Dept. travel warning for Mexico
WTHI - Terre Haute,IN,USA
TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - The State Department said popular spring break destinations like Cancun and Cozumel have seen an increase in violence, ...
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SU cautions students vacationing in Mexico
SU The Daily Orange (subscription) - Syracuse,NY,USA
Acapulco and Cancun, popular Spring Break destinations, have seen increased drug-related violence recently, according to the department. ...
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http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/editorial/outlook/6288834.html
Letters to the editor

Sunken and fined


I wish to thank the City of Clear Lake Shores for the manner in which the city handled this victim of Hurricane Ike. After I had approached the city with my inquiry about any aid that might have been available to help remove my familys two sunken boats in Clear Creek channel caused by Hurricane Ike, I received in the mail two police citations for sunken boats. I was given a court date, which I attended, and pleaded no contest and was given 30 days to remove the boats with a possible fine of $500 per day for every day that exceeded the 30 days.

I had the boats removed, at my own expense, well within the time limit.

On Friday, I received in the mail a notice that I have 30 days to pay a fine and court cost of $228 for the sunken boats. I was not aware that it was a crime for a hurricane to sink your boat, but evidently it is in Clear Lake Shores. With hurricane season quickly approaching, may others take notice what could be in store for them.
John C Scott, Clear Lake Shores

A primary focus


There is no greater accomplishment that this Texas legislative session could achieve than to change the date of the next Texas presidential primary election to Super Tuesday or earlier. To increase the importance of their votes, many other states moved their primaries up to Super Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2008, or earlier. Thirty-seven states and the District of Columbia held their primary elections and caucuses before Texas voters could express their choices in the March 4 Texas primary. Two-thirds of the delegates were selected before Texans could even vote. The Texas presidential primary election was anti-climactic and irrelevant. We were not in the game. If Texans are to have any voice in the next presidential election, the Texas primary election must be moved to late January or very early February.
Charles Anderson, Pearland

Defending Cancun


The Chronicles recent string of articles on violence in Mexico paints a distorted picture of our southern neighbor and its cities. The Feb.

15 Page One article Not alls pristine in Cancun / Not far from towns famous beaches, gang violence and corruption common continued upon this course.


Having driven extensively throughout Mexico and stayed in various cities -- Nuevo Laredo, Monterrey, Cuernavaca and Cancun -- I never once witnessed any violent episodes. The article claimed that street thugs and prostitutes, smugglers and stick-up artists now threaten to make [Cancun] notorious. However, a quick glance at any one of the numerous travel adviser Web sites or blogs posted by Americans who live in Cancun reveals the true picture: Cancun is among the safest places to travel in Mexico and is known throughout Mexico for its low crime rate.
Instead of inciting an atmosphere of fear, the Chronicle should be touting the benefits for the United States of the highly focused battle that Mexican federal police are waging.
Karl Roppel, Houston

Stop travelers


Regarding the Feb. 19 article on Page A8 Official: Toll of Americans slain in Mexico understated / U.S. consul sees no sign that violence will end: I cannot understand why our State Department still allows U.S. citizens to travel to Mexico. There is hardly a day that goes by that we dont read of violence, killings, kidnappings or policemen being killed.
Are we afraid of offending our neighbors south of the border? With about 300 Americans missing there, how many Americans have to be robbed or kidnapped before someone with guts will stop travel to this war-torn area? Enough is enough. When the Mexican government can get its homeland safe again, then let travel resume.
Jack Mitchell, Willis

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http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/ap/nation/6283748.html
Colleges warn students about Mexico travel By AMANDA LEE MYERS Associated Press Writer
PHOENIX -- The U.S. State Department and universities around the country are warning college students headed for Mexico for some spring-break partying of a surge in drug-related murder and mayhem south of the border.
"We're not necessarily telling students not to go, but we're going to certainly alert them," said Tom Dougan, vice president for student affairs at the University of Rhode Island. "There have been Americans kidnapped, and if you go you need to be very aware and very alert to this fact."
More than 100,000 high school- and college-age Americans travel to Mexican resort areas during spring break each year. Much of the drug violence is happening in border towns, and tourists have generally not been targeted, though there have been killings in the big spring-break resorts of Acapulco and Cancun, well away from the border.
Campuses in Texas and around the country are urging caution.
In the Texas A&M University System, the main campus in College Station is informing students and parents about the State Department's travel advisory to Mexico. The main University of Texas campus in Austin isn't issuing a specific Mexico advisory but refers students to the State Department Web site for all international travel.
Three UT campuses are on the border, including UT-Pan American in Edinburg, where the school and police are both planning travel advisories. UT-El Paso, across the Rio Grande from crime-ravaged Ciudad Juarez, is discussing what kind of warning to issue.
At Texas A&M International in Laredo, the university regularly advises students starting at orientation not to travel into Mexico, and how they can stay safe when they do. They pass along official warnings in emails, but aren't planning any advisories on recent events.
"As the bulk of our population lives here in Laredo, they are already well aware of that sort of thing," said Steve Harmon, director of public relations for the school.
The University of Arizona in Tucson is urging its approximately 37,000 students not to go to Mexico. Other universities -- in the Southwest and far beyond, including Penn State, Notre Dame, the University of Colorado and the University at Buffalo -- said they would call students'

attention to the travel warning issued Feb. 20 by the State Department.


The State Department stopped short of warning spring breakers not to go to Mexico, but advised them to avoid areas of prostitution and drug-dealing and take other commonsense precautions.
"Sage advice," said Tom Mangan, a spokesman for the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. "We have had documented violence, attacks, killings, shootouts with the drug cartels involving not only the military but law enforcement personnel. It is indiscriminate violence, and certainly innocent people have been caught up in that collateral damage."
Mexico's drug cartels are waging a bloody fight among themselves for smuggling routes and against government forces, carrying out massacres and dumping beheaded bodies in the streets. More than 6,000 people were killed in drug violence in Mexico last year.
But Mexican Attorney General Eduardo Medina Mora said in an interview with The Associated Press: "There is no major risk for students coming into Mexico in general terms. It is always important to advise the youngsters to behave."
Despite the bloodshed, the number of foreign tourists visiting Mexico surged to 23 million in 2008, up 5.9 percent from the year before, spurred in part by the tumbling value of the peso against the dollar, according to the country's Tourism Department. The department estimates 80 percent of tourists in Mexico come from the United States.
"Cancun has always been one of our most popular destinations and that hasn't changed this year," said Patrick Evans of STA Travel, one of the biggest spring-break travel agencies. "Many of the packages we offer include lodging on the beach and in very nice resorts that take the utmost pride in making sure customers are safe."
Before spring break in late March, University of Illinois students will see an advertisement in the Daily Illini about the State Department's warning.
"We're going to take all the fun out of spring break," said Tom Betz, director of Student Legal Services, which is placing the ad. Besides the government warning, the ad also says: "Remember what happened to Natalie Holloway on spring break in Aruba. If you're going to drink, be safe!"
Some students said the warnings are unlikely to deter them.
University of Arizona sophomore Daniel Wallace is going to Puerto Penasco, or Rocky Point, for spring break, saying he is not worried about violence there. Besides, the 19-year-old said: "It's relaxing, it's warm, I'm a big fan of the beach and the drinking age is lower.

It's a fun place to go."


Amanda Corbett, a sophomore at North Carolina State, said she is going snowboarding in Virginia because she couldn't afford Cancun. But three of her roommates are going there.
"They really wanted to go," the 20-year-old said. "Honestly, they probably think nothing will happen to them. That's the way I would look at it."
"If anything is going to deter people," said Danielle Jones, a North Carolina State student who is staying close to home because of a family emergency, "it's the recession."
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On the Net:
U.S. State Department Mexico travel alert:

http://travel.state.gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/pa/pa_3028.html
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Associated Press Writers Jackie Stone in Austin, Texas; Felicia Fonseca in Flagstaff, Ariz.; Nancy Rabinowitz in Boston; Elliot Spagat in San Diego; Barbara Rodriguez in Raleigh, N.C., Carla K. Johnson in Chicago and Lorinda Toledo in Los Angeles contributed to this report.
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Minnesotans wonder: Is spring break in Mexico still safe?
Minneapolis Star Tribune - Minneapolis,MN,USA
Israel Leal, AP By KERRI WESTENBERG and JENNA ROSS, Star Tribune staff writers We go to Cancun 2-3 times per year. All of this violence is happening in the ...
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Three arrested in alleged boat theft ring
Tampabay.com - St. Petersburg,FL,USA
... used for smuggling illegal immigrants from Cuba to Florida. More than 40 boats taken from Florida docks were found in Cancun, Mexico, an investigator said.
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Neb. universities warn students about Mexico
KCAU - Sioux City,IA,USA
But killings have happened in the resort areas of Cancun and Acapulco. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has decided against a mass alert, but officials ...
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Going Places - Adventure travel latest trend for family vacations
NorthernLife.ca - Sudbury,ON,Canada
One of the most popular family adventure travel destinations available these days is Cancun in the Mexican Caribbean for its countless adventure and ...
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NorthernLife.ca


Despite warnings, some ISU students taking chances on spring break ...
Terre Haute Tribune Star - Terre Haute,IN,USA
His daughter, a high-school senior, will be traveling with another family to Cancun during her spring break. Pfrommer plans to give her a “little lecture” ...
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Episode Title: (#312) "Make a RUN for the Border"
The Futon Critic - San Jose,CA,USA
The girls become fast friends with adult film star Jenna Jane, who surprises the girls with news they are being sent on vacation to Cancun, Mexico. ...
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Juggler’s Knives Inspire a Command Performance
New York Times - United States
A. Cancún. It’s the real Montezuma’s revenge, since the last time I was there only one guy was checking passports. It took two hours to get through customs. ...
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New York Times


Dynamo seek historic victory in Mexico tonight
Houston Chronicle - United States
Today: At Atlante (in Cancun, Mexico) in second leg of CONCACAF Champions League quarterfinal series. Sorry, your version of Flash doesn't support this ...
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Spring Break in Mexico – “Know Before You Go!”
Mexidata.info - San Diego,CA,USA
Cancun, Playa del Carmen and Cozumel: Cancun is a fairly large city, approaching 500000 inhabitants, with increasing reports of crime. ...
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Minnesotans wonder: Is spring break in Mexico still safe?
Minneapolis Star Tribune - Minneapolis,MN,USA
Staci Lee Smith has spent four months and $1300 planning her spring break in Cancun. Still, a recent US State Department travel alert had her thinking twice ...


Have a free Wed.? You can't afford to stay home
Boston Globe - United States
... Bahamas, or New Orleans; $69 to Cancun, Mexico, Chicago, Long Beach or Oakland Calif.; $79 to Denver; and $99 to Las Vegas, San Diego, or Seattle. ...
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Jet Blue Airlines Offers $29 Airfare and Incentives for Bargain ...
Associated Content - Denver,CO,USA
... and leave dozens of destinations around the US including Las Vegas, NV; Orlando, FL; New York, NY; Boston, MA; Washington, DC; Newark, NJ; and Cancun, ...
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College students: Are security problems in Mexico making you ...
Atlanta Journal Constitution - GA, USA
While most of the serious bloodshed has occurred in towns along the US-Mexican border, resort areas in Cancun and Acapulco have been the site of killings as ...
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Spring breakers skip Cancun for volunteer work
CNN - USA
"I never really had all that money to go off and do the whole Cancun, Mexico, spring break, and I didn't really want to, because I think that's throwing ...
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Atlante eliminates Houston from Champs League
SI.com - USA
By Allen Ramsey, Special to SI.com, Goal.com It was always going to be a tough task for Houston to claim victory in Cancun, Mexico, but Atlante put all ...
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Dynamo fall to Atlante 3-0, out of CONCACAF tourney
Houston Chronicle - United States
... the inaugural CONCACAF Champions League came to a screeching halt Tuesday night with a 3-0 loss to Atlante FC in quarterfinal action at Cancun, Mexico. ...
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Spring break’s downfall: Have girls gone too wild?
Decaturian - Decatur,IL,USA
About 15 years ago, my mom and a friend went to Cancun in late spring. They took this vacation to relax, escape noisy children, make their husbands do the ...
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US warns traveling students of high crime in Mexico
NYU Washington Square News - New York,NY,USA
But, he said, the warning will not affect the plans he and five friends (all NYU students) have made to spend their spring break in Cancun. ...
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Mexico Drug Violence Has Travelers Changing Plans
ThePittsburghChannel.com - Pittsburgh,PA,USA
Cozumel and Cancun make up the two most popular locations. The violence is happening on the opposite side of the country in places like Juarez and Tijuana. ...
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Not Selling Any Alibis | Cancun cancelled: why America's drug ...
SJU The Hawk - Philadelphia,PA,USA
If you logged onto MySJU at any point last week, you probably noticed a posted bulletin from the US State Department warning against travel to Mexico. ...
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Luxe for Less: Aqua Cancun for $190 per Night
Focus on Travel News - Istanbul,Turkey
Leading lifestyle hotel AQUA Cancun announces its most enticing offer yet: lowered rates of only $190 per night, plus a free daily breakfast buffet per ...
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Spring break webcams keep an eye on the action
ITworld.com - Framingham,MA,USA
Whether those crazy kids are partying in Myrtle Beach or Venice Beach, South Padre Island or South Beach, Cancun or Waikiki, you can keep a watchful eye. ...
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Mexico drug war hangs over key tourist season
Reuters - USA
By Michael O'Boyle CANCUN, Mexico, March 5 (Reuters) - Despite warnings about drug gang violence, US college students are starting their annual "spring ...
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Two Meets in Four Days Await BYU Gymnasts
BYUCougars.com - Provo,UT,USA
The Cougars and Pioneers squared off in the first meet of the year, the Cancun Classic in Cancun, Mexico with BYU finishing fourth and Denver third. ...
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BYUCougars.com


Sioux City students plan spring break trips around Mexico violence
KTIV - Sioux City,IA,USA
While one Morningside junior says she plans on going 'south of the border' to Cancun, Mexico, she says she plans on staying in the safe areas of Mexico to ...
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Shameful! The Houston Dynamo bow out of the CCL
Major League Soccer Talk - Lake Worth,FL,USA
by Brian Zygo on March 4, 2009 In contemplating the Houston Dynamo’s performance on Tuesday night in Cancun, the only thing that pops into my head is Dusty ...
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THE "BAD GIRLS CLUB" TRIP TO CANCUN DELIVERS SERIES HIGH FOR W18-49
The Futon Critic - San Jose,CA,USA
Last night's episode, "Run for the Border," featured the girls' vacation to Cancun, Mexico. There was plenty of sunshine and partying, but the tensions in ...
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Spring Break parties go on despite Mexico travel alert
KVAL - Eugene,OR,USA
Forseth is headed to Cancun. Although most of the violence is in areas near the US border, like Tijuana, there have been murders in tourist towns including ...
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Apple Vacations Kicks off Its SuperSale With Savings of up to 50%
PR Newswire (press release) - New York,NY,USA
Vacations start at $499.99 for three all-inclusive nights at Royal Solaris Cancun with air from Chicago O'Hare or Cincinnati . Travelers can enjoy a full ...
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US travelers told Mexican violence 'localized'
AFP
As students prepare their annual spring break from studies, concerns have grown about the safety of popular Mexican getaways such as Cancun and Acapulco, ...
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AFP


Travel Roundup: Cancun Distances Itself, MGM Mirage's Financial ...
BNET - San Francisco,Ca,USA
By Barbara E. Hernandez | March 6th, 2009 @ 11:13 am Cancun decides not to mention it’s in Mexico — With recent US State Department warnings about drug ...
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What's the Deal? The Week's Best Travel Bargains, by Land, Sea and Air
Washington Post - United States
Participating resorts are on Aruba, Curacao, St. Kitts, St. Thomas and Grand Cayman, and in Mexico's Cancun and Puerto Vallarta. ...
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Spring break in Playa del Carmen, Mexico
Examiner.com - USA
Ten years later, Playa del Carmen is a gorgeous resort town that provides a great alternative to Cancun’s crazy party scene. Playa del Carmen, located on ...
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Hotel Hotsheet
USA Today - USA
Mandy Chomat, US marketing vp for Karisma Hotels & Resorts, which has properties on Mexico's Riviera Maya south of Cancun, speaks out about tourist fears of ...
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Spring Break personalities
smudailycampus.com - Dallas,TX,USA
Cancun's gonna be sweet. Cancun has the best parties around. I love Cancun, I am Cancun. Without me, Cancun's probably not going to be Cancun. ...
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Tourists weigh Mexico drug violence
Los Angeles Times - CA,USA
Israel Leal / AP The Caribbean resort of Cancun is a mecca for spring-break vacationers. Unlike some other parts of Mexico, it hasn’t figured in a State ...
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Gymnastics team fights to stay healthy
BYU Newsnet - Provo,UT,USA
At the Cancun Classic in Cancun, Mexico BYU finished fourth behind Denver who placed third. The Cougars faced Boise State on Feb. 20 in the Marriott Center ...
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Trips to Mexico on hold
Rider University The Rider News - Lawrenceville Lawrence,NJ,USA
Cancun has always been one of our most popular destinations, and that hasn’t changed this year,” Evans said. “Many of the packages we offer include lodging ...
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Inmates riot at Cancun prison
Channel News Asia - Singapore
CANCUN, Mexico - Inmates at a Cancun prison rioted using firearms but authorities put down the unrest outside the famed beach resort city, ...
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AirTran Airways Launches New Service to Cancun, Mexico
PR Newswire (press release) - New York,NY,USA
"Cancun is a favorite travel destination for US travelers, and AirTran Airways is making it easy to get there from Atlanta and now Baltimore," said Kevin ...
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Three reach Champions' semis while Dynamo, MLS get shut out
Houston Chronicle - United States
Tuesday’s 3-0 loss by the Dynamo to Atlante in Cancun yielded the former, while the Puerto Rico Islanders’ stunning 1-0 victory over Central American power ...
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Cancun CAP Spring Break Hell
Gambling911.com - Miami,FL,USA
Those online gambling affiliates traveling to CAP Cancun (Casino Affiliate Programs) should be safe. There is no reason to believe that the throngs of folks ...
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Gambling911.com


Will drug violence crash spring break party in Cancun?
Dallas Morning News - Dallas,TX,USA
By LAURENCE ILIFF / The Dallas Morning News CANCÚN, Mexico – Students preparing for spring break at this beach resort have a spate of bad local news to ...
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Cancun: If Anyone Asks, We're Not in Mexico
BNET - San Francisco,Ca,USA
Cancun, on the Yucatan Peninsula, is far from the cities of Ciudad Juarez and Tijuana, but nonetheless have been tarred with the same brush. ...
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Families get a break: New resort packages can make this spring a ...
New York Daily News - New York,NY,USA
... sun by hordes of hormonally charged college students going wild at the usual hot spots — Cancun; Panama City Beach, Fla., and South Padre Island, Tex. ...
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Cancún violence overshadows spring break
Seattle Times - United States
By Laurence Iliff CANCÚN, Mexico — Students preparing for spring break at this beach resort have a spate of bad local news to factor into their plans: the ...
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US travel alert for Mexico no help to tourism
Dallas Morning News - Dallas,TX,USA
MEXICO CITY – The latest travel advisory for Mexico from the US State Department will certainly not please the tourist board here. ...
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Tom finds summer-vacation fare bargains
Dallas Morning News - Dallas,TX,USA
Cancun offers Mexico's best beach bargain. Fares have been about $300. Cancun is affordable; Puerto Vallarta and Los Cabos have been high this year. ...
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Bohemian Rhapsody is '70s funk and fun
Detroit Free Press - United States
... Spend $3990 on engagement or wedding rings, and Tapper's Diamonds & Fine Jewelry will send you (and a guest) on a five-night vacation to Cancun. ...
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A consumer guide to premium cable
Denver Post - Denver,CO,USA
There is lots of filler ("Sex Games Cancun"!), and some titles that feel like they've been on the roster for ages ("The Bourne Ultimatum"). ...
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On the Road Again…
AgWired - Holts Summit,MO,USA
While I’m not headed to Cancun like a lot of my classmates, I have a week of fun things planned to do, both work and play. ...
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AgWired


Students saving money on Spring Break trips
Live 5 News - Charleston,SC,USA
But popular places like Cancun or Panama City Beach were too pricy, so some college kids came to the Edge of America. "We found a cheap hotel that we're ...
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Salon employees win trip to Cancun
Pekin Daily Times - Pekin,IL,USA
The 12 cosmetologists will leave for Cancun on April 20 and be staying in a five-star resort. They have been told that Redken and Matrix have a few things ...
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Spring breaks for grown-ups
MSNBC - USA
But from early March to mid-April, just steer clear of go-to Spring Break spots like these: South Padre Island; Negril, Jamaica; Nassau, Bahamas; or Cancun, ...
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Cancun resort for $99 a night among Bookit.com deals
Atlanta Journal Constitution - GA, USA
Today I spied a fab deal at the new and all-inclusive Grand Oasis Caribbean Resort in Cancun. This magnificent family-friendly beachfront resort offers a ...
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AirTran Launches on Baltimore-Cancun Flights
Cheapflights.com - Boston,MA,USA
Discount airline AirTran just launched Saturday and Sunday flights to Cancun from Baltimore/Washington (BWI), putting AirTran head-to-head with incumbent US ...
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AirTran Airways launches new service between Baltimore and Cancun
Trading Markets (press release) - Los Angeles,CA,USA
Flight 84 will depart Baltimore at 11:35 on Saturdays and Sundays and arrive in Cancun at 14:00, while return flight 85 will depart Cancun at 14:25 on ...
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Robust international passenger traffic at Cancún boosts Mexican ...
MoodieReport - London,UK
International passenger traffic bucked the downward trend, posting growth of +2.8%, driven by ASUR’s major location, Cancún International Airport. ...
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Atlante beats America 3-1 in Mexican Clausura
International Herald Tribune - France
AP MEXICO CITY: Atlante scored three unanswered goals to overcome an early deficit and beat America 3-1 at Cancun on Sunday in the ninth round of Mexico's ...
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VMI cadet honored with Cancun honeymoon
Lynchburg News and Advance - Lynchburg,VA,USA
In other words, this is exactly the type of person Donna Brooks had in mind when she passed up the Cancun trip herself. Brooks, a native Oklahoman who ...
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Mexico Tourism Areas Safe, Officials Say
Latin Business Chronicle - Miami,FL,USA
Cancun is the top destination, with more than two million American tourists last year. Hotel officials in Cancun emphasize that the city is safe and the ...
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Hilton plans Denizen Hotel for Austin
Bizjournals.com - Charlotte,NC,USA
Hilton says in a press release that active development negotiations are underway for properties in cities including Abu Dhabi, Cancun, Hollywood, Jerusalem, ...
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Cancun's Mercado 28, a friendly outdoor market
Gadling - Santa Monice,CA,USA
by Tom Johansmeyer Mar 10th 2009 @ 9:00AM The local vendors manning the kiosks at Mercado 28 – Cancun's outdoor marketplace – do not disappoint. ...
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Mexican police rescue abducted Belgian businessman
International Herald Tribune - France
Cardenas says the 43-year-old Belgian is in the nightclub business and a resident of the resort city of Cancun but declined to identify him. ...
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‘Bad Girl’ goes loco south of the border
Boston Herald - United States
It all came to a rolling boil after more than a few cocktails at the aforementioned Cancun club followed by a rigged Wet Body contest that crushed the egos ...
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LMFAO Heat Up ME in Cancun
Hollyscoop - Los Angeles,CA,USA
At the ME resort in Cancun, everything revolves around you! It's a sensory paradise of art, design, music and cuisine, situated on the most perfect stretch ...
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Mexico too unsafe for study abroad
The Hornet - Fullerton,CA,USA
The Fullerton College Study Abroad Program announced Friday that the summer 2009 trip to Mexico is canceled, because the violence near Cancun is too high. ...
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AirTran Airways launches new flight to Cancun
Skyscanner News - Edinburgh,UK
The flight departs from Baltimore at 11:35 (local time) and arrives in Cancun at 14:00 (local time). The return flight departs from Mexico at 14:45 and ...
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Drug-related violence in Mexico a cause for concern for some ...
Tufts Daily - Medford,MA,USA
Many popular locations students visit, like Cancun, are in the southern part of the country on the Gulf of Mexico, far from the parts of the country where ...
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Army desertions hurting Mexico's war on drugs
CNN International - USA
A soldier stands guard outside the forensics service headquarters in Cancun, Mexico, in February. At present, some 40000 forces are deployed throughout the ...
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Cancún Journal At Spring Break in Mexico, Revelry Mixes With New ...
New York Times - United States
By MARC LACEY CANCÚN, Mexico — Few seemed to notice the heavily armed police commandos who cruised through Cancún’s disco district the other night with ...
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LMFAO Heat Up ME in Cancun
Hollyscoop - Los Angeles,CA,USA
At the ME resort in Cancun, everything revolves around you! It's a sensory paradise of art, design, music and cuisine, situated on the most perfect stretch ...
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Mexico too unsafe for study abroad
The Hornet - Fullerton,CA,USA
The Fullerton College Study Abroad Program announced Friday that the summer 2009 trip to Mexico is canceled, because the violence near Cancun is too high. ...
See all stories on this topic

AirTran Airways launches new flight to Cancun
Skyscanner News - Edinburgh,UK
The flight departs from Baltimore at 11:35 (local time) and arrives in Cancun at 14:00 (local time). The return flight departs from Mexico at 14:45 and ...
See all stories on this topic

Drug-related violence in Mexico a cause for concern for some ...
Tufts Daily - Medford,MA,USA
Many popular locations students visit, like Cancun, are in the southern part of the country on the Gulf of Mexico, far from the parts of the country where ...
See all stories on this topic

Army desertions hurting Mexico's war on drugs
CNN International - USA
A soldier stands guard outside the forensics service headquarters in Cancun, Mexico, in February. At present, some 40000 forces are deployed throughout the ...
See all stories on this topic



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