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Mexico: Update On The Termination Of Public Trusts Created By Law - OLIVARES

In relation to our newsletter of June 2nd, on the initiative presented by MORENA seeking the disappearance of 44 public trusts, the Congress confirmed in the extraordinary session of July 29...
Tags: News, Congress, Mexico, Morena, Law OLIVARES


A Southern California outbreak highlights failures of the American health care system

As CNN and other outlets report, rates of COVID-19 have been overwhelming Imperial County, California, for the past two months. Bordered to the west by San Diego County, to the east by Arizona, and to the south by Mexico, the rate of new infections and deaths are higher here than anywhere else in California. Local […] Find jobs at Careers by KevinMD.com. Search thousands of physician, PA, NP, and CRNA jobs now. Learn more.
Tags: Health, California, Mexico, Cnn, Policy, Arizona, Infectious Disease, San Diego County, PA NP, Public Health & Policy, Imperial County California, CRNA, COVID-19 Coronavirus


Mexico purges security agencies of those tied to ex-chief

Top directors in Mexico’s National Guard and elsewhere in the state security apparatus have been purged due to their ties with a former security secretary now held on drug trafficking charges in the United States. Current Security Secretary Alfonso Durazo said Tuesday that two general directors from the National Guard, as well as officials from the penitentiary system and the National Intelligence Center had been relieved of their duties.
Tags: News, Mexico, United States, National Guard, Alfonso Durazo, National Intelligence Center


Trump Adm Bails Out Charter Jet Firm That Helps Deport Migrants

The Trump administration’s efforts to deport undocumented immigrants en masse just got more expensive. And the agency charged with loading people onto planes and flying them back to their home countries is blaming the coronavirus pandemic for the price hike.In April, Immigrations and Customs Enforcement, a division of the Department of Homeland Security, increased its payments under a contract awarded in 2017 to Classic Air Charter, a company that subcontracts chartered deportation flights out o...
Tags: News, Mexico, Arizona, Treasury, South America, Vietnam, Oklahoma, Department Of Homeland Security, PPP, Trump, Treasury Department, Customs Enforcement, Quartz, Nagle, Bangladesh India, Classic Air


New Update: Over 100 Hand Sanitizers Have Been Recalled by the FDA

  The FDA advised consumers not to use hand sanitizer manufactured by Eskibiochem SA de CV in Mexico originally a few weeks ago due to a  potential presence of methanol (wood alcohol). This can be toxic when absorbed through the skin or ingested. Just recently we found the list reached 75. Now the list is... Read More
Tags: Deals, Mexico, Recalls, Fda, Trending, Top Deals, Eskibiochem SA de CV


Why Cameroon has slid back since Italia ’90

The Indomitable Lions’ class of 1990 put Africa on the international football map with their showing in Italy, where they stunned the world champions. But they have since gone backwards. Why? The post Why Cameroon has slid back since Italia ’90 appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Mexico, Africa, Sport, Italy, Cameroon, Africa Cup of Nations, FIFA World Cup, Openaccess, Indomitable Lions, Roger Milla, Top Six, 1990 Fifa world cup, Cameroon Soccer Team


Ewan McGregor will ride an electric Harley through South America in a new Apple TV+ show

Apple TV+ has just officially announced a new show from actors Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman, which will document their 2019 trip as they ride electric Harley-Davidson LiveWires all the way from the tip of South America to Mexico. The show, called Long Way Up, will see the motorbiking duo cover 21,000 km (13,000 miles) over 100 days. Starting from the city of Ushuaia, McGregor and Boorman will encounter 13 countries and cross 16 borders on their way to the finish in Mexico. I’ve no doubt tha...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Electric Vehicle, Mexico, Apple TV, South America, Ewan McGregor, Shift, Motorcycle, Harley, McGregor, Charley Boorman, Boorman, Harley Davidson LiveWires, Ushuaia McGregor


Ewan McGregor will ride an electric Harley length of South America in new Apple TV+ show

Apple TV+ has just officially announced a new show from actors Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman, which will document their trip as they ride electric Harley-Davidson LiveWires all the way from the tip of South America to Mexico. The trip, called Long Way Up, will see the motorbiking duo cover 21,000 km (13,000 miles) over 100 days. Starting from the city of Ushuaia, McGregor and Boorman will encounter 13 countries and cross 16 borders on their way to the finish in Mexico. I’ve no doubt that Boo...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Electric Vehicle, Mexico, Apple TV, South America, Ewan McGregor, Shift, Motorcycle, Harley, McGregor, Charley Boorman, Boorman, Harley Davidson LiveWires, Ushuaia McGregor


Ewan McGregor rides an electric Harley length of South America in new Apple TV+ show

Apple TV+ has just officially announced a new show from actors Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman, which will document their 2019 trip as they ride electric Harley-Davidson LiveWires all the way from the tip of South America to Mexico. The show, called Long Way Up, will see the motorbiking duo cover 21,000 km (13,000 miles) over 100 days. Starting from the city of Ushuaia, McGregor and Boorman will encounter 13 countries and cross 16 borders on their way to the finish in Mexico. I’ve no doubt tha...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Electric Vehicle, Mexico, Apple TV, South America, Ewan McGregor, Shift, Motorcycle, Harley, McGregor, Charley Boorman, Boorman, Harley Davidson LiveWires, Ushuaia McGregor


Mexico: Pruebas De COVID-19 Obligatorias En CDMX - Chevez Ruiz Zamarripa

El 11 de marzo de 2020 la Organización Mundial de la Salud, consideró como pandemia mundial la aparición y propagación del virus SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19).
Tags: News, Mexico, Chevez Ruiz Zamarripa, COVID, Organización Mundial de la Salud


Giant Mexican dam poised to displace indigenous people and flood graves

Local residents say the government has pressured them to hand over their lands: ‘They’re destroying our culture’High in the Sierra de Alamos of Mexico’s northern Sonora state, towering pillars of rock loom above thermal springs where for thousands of years, the indigenous Guarijío people would gather to commune with their ancestors.Now the springs – and the land around them – have been submerged beneath rising waters trapped behind an enormous dam across the Mayo River. The 25-storey Bicentenari...
Tags: Mexico, Environment, Americas, World news, Global development, Indigenous Peoples, Sonora, Sierra de Alamos of Mexico, Mayo River, Bicentenario Los Pilares


'Guajirío culture is dying': Mexican dam poised to displace living and flood ancestors' graves

Experts say indigenous group has been pressured and cheated into surrendering its landHigh in the Sierra de Alamos of Mexico’s northern Sonora state, towering pillars of rock loom above thermal springs where for thousands of years, the indigenous Guarijío people would gather to commune with their ancestors.Now the springs – and the land around them – have been submerged beneath rising waters trapped behind an enormous dam across the Mayo River. The 25-storey Bicentenario-Los Pilares barrier thre...
Tags: Mexico, Environment, Americas, World news, Global development, Indigenous Peoples, Sonora, Sierra de Alamos of Mexico, Mayo River, Bicentenario Los Pilares


Chirp to arms: musicians record album to help conserve endangered birds

Ten-track record samples recordings of endangered, vulnerable or near threatened birds by artists from same countryThe song of the black catbird – with its flute-like chirps and screeching single-note squalls – was once heard across Guatemala, Belize and southern Mexico until large-scale farms began to destroy its habitat.Now, thanks to a collective of musicians, producers and DJs, the tiny bird’s song – and that of nine other endangered species from the region – could be heard on dancefloors ar...
Tags: Mexico, Animals, Environment, Americas, World news, Birds, Wildlife, Conservation, Endangered Species, Caribbean, Guatemala Belize


She quit her job in law enforcement and moved to Mexico after George Floyd's death

Demetria Brown knew the exact moment she decided she'd had it.
Tags: News, Mexico, Stories, George Floyd, Demetria Brown


She packed her bags, quit her job in law enforcement and moved to Mexico after George Floyd's death

Demetria Brown is part of a group of African Americans leaving the United States and relocating abroad permanently, weary of what they call persistent racism and fear of police brutality.
Tags: Mexico, Cnn, United States, George Floyd, Demetria Brown


‘Long Way Up’ Will Have Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman Back on Their Bikes for Apple TV+

Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman are hitting the road again. The duo who previously appeared in the British TV series Long Way Round are back for Long Way Up, which will once again have McGregor and Boorman hopping onto motorcycles and riding across the world. Headed to Apple TV+, Long Way Up finds McGregor and Boorman traveling through Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, and up through Colombia, Central America, and Mexico. Between 2004 and 2005, Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman app...
Tags: Apple, New York, London, Television, Movies, Mexico, New York City, Apple TV, South America, Ewan-McGregor, Central America, Harley Davidson, Ushuaia, McGregor, Ewan, Charley


Trump’s ‘Full And Complete’ Health Plan Promise Joins A Long List Of Unkept Vows

Make Mexico pay for a border wall. Cut middle-class taxes by 35%. Trump has repeatedly failed to deliver on promises.
Tags: News, Mexico, Trump


Trump’s ‘Full And Complete’ Health Care Plan Promise Joins A Long List Of Unkept Vows

Make Mexico pay for a border wall. Cut middle-class taxes by 35%. Trump has repeatedly failed to deliver on promises.
Tags: News, Mexico, Trump


Mexico journalist gunned down – the fifth to be killed this year

Police guard also dies in shooting at restaurant in GuerreroMore than 120 Mexican journalists killed in 20 yearsPress groups have called for justice after unidentified gunmen killed a journalist in southern Mexico, along with a police officer assigned to protect him after a 2016 attack.Pablo Morrugares was the fifth journalist to be killed in Mexico this year, in attacks which are increasingly killing police guards assigned to the victims. More than 140 journalists have been killed over the past...
Tags: Media, Mexico, Americas, World news, Journalist safety, GuerreroMore, Pablo Morrugares


Mexico hails 'Sledgehammer' arrest but murder crisis still a tough nut to crack

The capture of José Antonio ‘El Marro’ Yépez, a top gangster in violence-stricken Guanajuato state, gives a boost to the presidentMexico’s president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has hailed the capture of one of the country’s most notorious gangsters as an important victory in his so far fruitless struggle to slash murder rates.In a Sunday night video message to the nation, López Obrador said security forces had seized “El Marro” or “the Sledgehammer” – the head of the Santa Rosa de Lima cartel ...
Tags: Mexico, Americas, World news, Drugs trade, Guanajuato, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Lopez Obrador, Santa Rosa de Lima, José Antonio ` El Marro


Mexico hails 'Sledgehammer' arrest but murder crisis still a tough nut to crack

The capture of José Antonio ‘El Marro’ Yépez, a top gangster in violence-stricken Guanajuato state, gives a boost to the presidentMexico’s president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, has hailed the capture of one of the country’s most notorious gangsters as an important victory in his so far fruitless struggle to slash murder rates.In a Sunday night video message to the nation, López Obrador said security forces had seized “El Marro” or “the Sledgehammer” – the head of the Santa Rosa de Lima cartel ...
Tags: News, Mexico, US, Mexico City, Latin America, Tijuana, Guanajuato, Sinaloa, Joaquin, Santa Rosa, Eduardo Guerrero, Jalisco, Guerrero, San Miguel de Allende, CULIACAN, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador


An uncanny humanoid robot is working at a government office in Russia — here's how it works

A humanoid robot is the first to work in a civil service office in Russia. The robot was made by Philadelphia-based Promobot. Previously, a Promobot was spotted around New York City surveying people about possible coronavirus symptoms before getting banned from a park. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Promobot's most recent robot sits firmly in uncanny valley, working as a civil servant in Perm, Russia. The humanoid robot can process documents and file requests into the loc...
Tags: New York, Mexico, Russia, New York City, Trends, Ford, Philadelphia, Boston Dynamics, Times Square, Bryant Park, Perm Russia, Perm, Promobot


‘The Biggest Monster’ Is Spreading. And It’s Not the Coronavirus.

Tuberculosis kills 1.5 million people each year. Lockdowns and supply-chain disruptions threaten progress against the disease as well as H.I.V. and malaria.
Tags: News, Mexico, India, Africa, South Africa, Brazil, World Health Organization, Malaria, Tuberculosis, Eastern Europe, UNAIDS, Cepheid, Medicine and Health, Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Shutdowns (Institutional


These two VCs were hobby Bitcoin miners a decade ago, and now they've raised $110 million for a second fund focused on cryptocurrencies and blockchain startups

On Monday, venture firm Electric Capital announced that it had raised a $110 million fund focused on crypto technologies. The firm plans to invest in cryptocurrencies, blockchain-based businesses, fintech companies, and marketplaces. Avichal Garg and Curtis Spencer, Electric Capital's co-founders, said that their investments could reshape legacy banks, emerging markets, and even social networks.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In 2010, when Bitcoin seemed like just anothe...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Mexico, India, Nigeria, Trends, Colombia, Bitcoin, Jp Morgan, Andreessen Horowitz, Irs, Spencer, China Russia, Garg, Spencers, SEC FTC


The Tax Collector Review

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Tags: Movies, Mexico, La, Los Angeles, David, Movie Reviews, Suicide Squad, Shia LaBeouf, Southern California, David Ayer, Ayer, Creeper, Soto, South Central, Movie News, Wizard


Apple TV+ Provides First Look at Upcoming Motorcycle Series 'Long Way Up'

Apple TV+ today provided a first look at "Long Way Up," an upcoming motorcycle series produced by and starring Ewan McGregor and Charley Boorman. The first three episodes will premiere September 18, followed by new episodes weekly. The series will follow Ewan and Charley as they ride through Latin American countries, including Argentina, Chile, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, and Mexico:Covering 13,000 miles over 100 days through 16 border crossings and 13 countries, starting from the city ...
Tags: Apple, Mexico, Bbc, South America, Ewan McGregor, Central America, Ushuaia, Ewan, Charley, Charley Boorman, Harley Davidsons, Long Way Down, Apple TV shows, Apple TV Plus, Apple TV Shows Apple, Argentina Chile Bolivia Peru Ecuador Colombia


Why are there so many humans?

Something curious happened in human population history over the last 1 million years. First, our numbers fell to as low as 18,500, and our ancestors were more endangered than chimpanzees and gorillas. Then we bounced back to extraordinary levels, far surpassing the other great apes. Today the total population of gorillas, chimpanzees, bonobos, and orangutans is estimated to be only around 500,000, according to the World Wildlife Fund. Many species are critically endangered. Meanwhile, the huma...
Tags: Family, Children, Mexico, Innovation, Anthropology, Population, Global development, Anthropocene, Venezuela, Madagascar, Humanity, Maya, Yucatan Peninsula, Central Africa, ND, East Africa


Starzplay Unveils First International Original Productions

Placing an early bet on the booming Spanish-language market, Starzplay, Starz’s premium international streaming service, has unveiled its first slate of international original productions, made up of four series from Spain and Mexico. The titles will all be made available across the service’s footprint in Latin America. Select titles will debut in Spain and the […]
Tags: News, Mexico, Global, Spain, Latin America, StarzPlay Starz, StarzPlay


Morning Docket: 08.03.20

* A lawyer who was featured in the Netflix documentary series Making a Murderer has been unable to shake his conviction for violating a restraining order. Maybe he should have had "dreamy" Dean Strang defend him... [ABA Journal] * A study has found that the number of lawyer jobs may have decreased by over 15% in the past six months. [Bloomberg Law] * A group of voters have filed a lawsuit seeking to prevent the Trump Administration from excluding undocumented immigrants from the census. [Jur...
Tags: Supreme Court, Law, Mexico, Netflix, Fox News, ABA Journal, Making A Murderer, Dean Strang, Morning Docket, Bloomberg Law, Trump Administration, The Trump Administration, Michael Avenatti, COVID-19


Capture of kingpin offers hope to battered Mexican state

The arrest of one of Mexico's most notorious crime lords has offered a glimmer of hope to businesses in a central state whose emergence as an industrial powerhouse has been clouded by the bloody gang wars he waged there. The capture on Sunday of alleged drug trafficker and fuel thief Jose Antonio Yepez, alias "El Marro," has removed one of the two bosses battling for control of Guanajuato, a state once dominated by mining and agriculture but now bristling with carmaking operations. Turf wars b...
Tags: News, Mexico, Guanajuato, Jalisco New Generation Cartel, Yepez, Nemesio Oseguera, El Marro, Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel, Jose Antonio Yepez