M 5.5 in Mexico on 24 Jul 2020 03:19 UTC

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Hanna se debilita a depresión tropical

Mon, 27 Jul 2020 12:53:00 +0200cnnMexico (es)

Para el domingo por la noche se redujo a una depresión tropical, con vientos máximos sostenidos de 56 km/h, y lentamente se estaba muriendo sobre las montañas del norte de México . Sin embargo, todavía representaba una amenaza de lluvia en el Valle del Río Grande, donde han caído más de 30 cms de lluvia.

Hanna se debilita a depresión tropical después de tocar tierra como huracán en el sur de Texas

Mon, 27 Jul 2020 11:43:00 +0200cnnespanol (es)

Para el domingo por la noche se redujo a una depresión tropical, con vientos máximos sostenidos de 56 km/h, y lentamente se estaba muriendo sobre las montañas del norte de México . Sin embargo, todavía representaba una amenaza de lluvia en el Valle del Río Grande, donde han caído más de 30 cms de lluvia.

El día que el Ángel de la Independencia sucumbió: a 63 años del primer gran terremoto del siglo XX en México

Sun, 26 Jul 2020 12:21:00 +0200infobae (es)

(Foto: EFE) A las 2:45 de la madrugada del domingo 28 de julio de 1957 , un terremoto de 7.7 grados, con epicentro en Acapulco, sacudió a la Ciudad de México y derribó la escultura del Ángel de la Independencia, probablemente el sitio más emblemático de la metrópoli.

NACIONAL - Población:

Sun, 26 Jul 2020 09:16:00 +0200elperiodicodemexico (es)

02:01, 2020-07-26. Este año, de mediados de abril a finales de junio cuando la pandemia por COVID-19 pegaba con más fuerza en la capital del país_, murieron en Ciudad de México 17,800 personas más que otros años, aunque las autoridades no pueden confirmar si todos estos decesos se deben al nuevo coronavirus.

Earthquake scientists have found a surprise benefit of lockdown

Sun, 26 Jul 2020 04:33:00 +0200euronews-en (en)

COVID-19 has reduced the ‘rumble’ of human activity as fewer people are travelling in cities and the earth’s crust is vibrating less. Scientists have found that data recorded during the quiet period could help us to detect earthquakes in cities much earlier.

France-born man in Mexico dies in bid to save his dog’s life

Sat, 25 Jul 2020 05:29:00 +0200inquirer (en)

In this photo courtesy of Sophie Fustec shows her brother Pablo Fustec walking his dogs Sasha, right, and Felipe in Mexico City in Nov. of 2019. The dual citizen of France and Mexico died on July 5, 2020 after jumping into a scalding hot spring the previous month, on June 13, in a failed attempt to rescue Sasha.

Can animals predict natural disasters?

Sat, 25 Jul 2020 03:32:00 +0200freemalaysiatoday (en)

A rescue dog working after the 2017 Puebla earthquake in Mexico . (Reuters pic) On Dec 26, 2004, an earthquake struck off the west coast of northern Sumatra in Indonesia and triggered a deadly tsunami that killed hundreds of thousands around the region.

France-born man in Mexico dies in bid to save his dog's life

Fri, 24 Jul 2020 21:31:00 +0200wsoctv (en)

Pablo Fustec, a dual citizen of France and Mexico , died this month after jumping into a scalding hot spring in a failed attempt to rescue Sasha, one of his dogs. He had adopted the black and white Great Dane after finding it in a Mexico City street following an earthquake that killed several hundred people in the country in September 2017.

France-born man in Mexico dies in bid to save his dog's life MEXICO CITY (AP) — The devotion of dogs to people has been remarked upon for centuries. In Mexico, one man’s love for his dog cost him his life. Pablo Fustec, a dual citizen of France and Mexico, died this month after jumping into a scalding hot spring in a failed attempt to rescue Sasha, one of his dogs. He had adopted the black and white Great Dane after finding it in a Mexico City street following an earthquake that killed several hundred... Associated Press

Fri, 24 Jul 2020 21:26:00 +0200msn-uk (en)

© Provided by Associated Press In this photo courtesy of Sophie Fustec shows her brother Pablo Fustec walking his dogs Sasha, right, and Felipe in Mexico City in Nov. of 2019. The dual citizen of France and Mexico died on July 5, 2020 after jumping into a scalding hot spring the previous month, on June 13, in a failed attempt to rescue Sasha.

France-born man in Mexico dies in bid to save his dog's life

Fri, 24 Jul 2020 21:21:00 +0200actionnewsjax (en)

Pablo Fustec, a dual citizen of France and Mexico , died this month after jumping into a scalding hot spring in a failed attempt to rescue Sasha, one of his dogs. He had adopted the black and white Great Dane after finding it in a Mexico City street following an earthquake that killed several hundred people in the country in September 2017.

France-born man in Mexico dies in bid to save his dog's life

Fri, 24 Jul 2020 21:02:00 +0200clickondetroit (en)

In this photo courtesy of Sophie Fustec shows her brother Pablo Fustec walking his dogs Sasha, right, and Felipe in Mexico City in Nov. of 2019. The dual citizen of France and Mexico died on July 5, 2020 after jumping into a scalding hot spring the previous month, on June 13, in a failed attempt to rescue Sasha.

France-born man in Mexico dies in bid to save his dog's life

Fri, 24 Jul 2020 20:54:00 +0200timesdaily (en)

In this photo courtesy of Sophie Fustec shows her brother Pablo Fustec walking his dogs Sasha, right, and Felipe in Mexico City in Nov. of 2019. The dual citizen of France and Mexico died on July 5, 2020 after jumping into a scalding hot spring the previous month, on June 13, in a failed attempt to rescue Sasha.

Earth's vibrations quieted during COVID-19 lockdowns

Fri, 24 Jul 2020 20:47:00 +0200newsnow-co-uk (en)

Earth vibrates naturally as a result of a variety of geologic processes, but human activities, including travel and industry, also produce vibrations that ripple through Earth's crust. When researchers measured the reduction in human-caused seismic noise, they found the most significant declines....

Hurricane Douglas weakens to Category 3, on track for Hawaii

Fri, 24 Jul 2020 19:10:00 +0200upi (en)

July 24 (UPI) -- A state of emergency has been issued for Hawaii by Gov. David Ige as the state braces for potentially significant impacts from powerful Hurricane Douglas. Douglas exploded into a Category 4 hurricane over the middle of the East Pacific Ocean late Thursday, but by early Friday, the....

Earth's vibrations quieted during COVID-19 lockdowns

Fri, 24 Jul 2020 18:08:00 +0200upi (en)

Earth vibrates naturally as a result of a variety of geologic processes, but human activities, including travel and industry, also produce vibrations that ripple through Earth's crust. When researchers measured the reduction in human-caused seismic noise, they found the most significant declines....

The Quiet Earth

Thu, 23 Jul 2020 22:50:00 +0200scoop-co-nz (en)

As many daily activities came to a halt during lockdown, the Earth itself became quiet, probably quieter than it has been since humans developed the technology to listen in. Seismologists have analysed datasets from more than 300 international ...

Qué es el pez remo y por qué se cree que anuncia terremotos y otras catástrofes

Thu, 23 Jul 2020 19:38:00 +0200pagina12 (es)

Un ejemplar de pez remo fue hallado recientemente en México . El hallazgo tuvo lugar en la Bahía Pichilingüe, en la ciudad de La Paz, y generó un clima de tensión entre los mexicanos debido a que ese animal marino, denominado también pez sable , es conocido en la cultura japonesa por ser de mal....

Goya Donates 200,000 Pounds Of Food To Mexico

Thu, 23 Jul 2020 19:05:00 +0200news-yahoo (en)

#GoyaGivesGlobal. JERSEY CITY, N.J. July 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Goya Foods, the largest Hispanic-owned food company in The United States , donates 200,000 pounds of food to families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic in Mexico . The donation is part of the company's campaign # GoyaGivesGlobal "The pandemic affects us all.

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