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Mexico Presents Air Route Oaxaca, Mayan World, Cuba
Mexico, Mar 17 (Prensa Latina) The Oaxaca, Mayan World, Cuba world air route was launched today in the city of Mexico on the initiative of the Ministry of Tourism of Yucatán, along with other Mexican states and the airline Aeromar. Saúl Ancona, tourism ...
Oaxaca's Congress Gives Its Indigenous Community Cultural Heritage Status
Thanks to the attention this brought, the congress of Oaxaca has legislated the matter and named the traditional dress, designs and language of the Mixe and other indigenous communities as cultural heritage. This will entail generating the pertinent ...
Cabot's Pueblo Museum Host Artists from Oaxaca
Cabot's Pueblo Museum is honored to host artisans from Oaxaca, Mexico, as part of their upcoming Cultural Weekends: Artistry + Ancestry | Show + Sales, March 18-29, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.
Cathedral Under Construction in Oaxaca Collapses
A cathedral under construction in a town in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca collapsed Thursday, injuring over a dozen people and leaving several trapped under the debris.
Ending Impunity with Truth: Oaxaca Uncovers Massive State Abuse
The Mexican state committed “massive and systematic” human rights abuses in the southwestern state of Oaxaca in 2006 and 2007, including extrajudicial killings and possible crimes against humanity, according to the final report of the Oaxaca Truth ...

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