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Tamaulipas state police said about 100 people were in the Ciudad Madero church at the time of the collapse.
“Always in my heart and prayers,” wrote the supermodel, who has been helping to care for her parents as they deal with unspecified health issues.
"The bear was very close to us, we heard him as he growled, as he ate, you could smell the bear. It was really very very close."
There was no fire or significant damage to the building and no arrests have been made, Secret Service spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said.
These wild wonders offer a breathtaking experience for travelers and locals alike.
The far-right congresswoman falsely equated migrants with drug traffickers during a rant about cartels.
The move comes amid intense political pressure from Democratic mayors and governors struggling to care for an increased number of migrants.
Similar such finds in the past have turned out to be the remains of mummified children.
Mexico will have for the first time two women from its main political powers competing for the presidency.
Mexico’s Supreme Court has decriminalized abortion nationwide two years after ruling that abortion was not a crime in one northern state.