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Mexico is going through the bloodiest stage of its history. The dispute between the cartels to control a larger part of the national territory each time, and even beyond its borders, has led to a bitter struggle, which day by day has become more violent. The appearance of new cartels, derived from the internal struggles...
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The Jalisco State Secretary, Enrique Ibarra Pedroza, announced that the procedures for the attention to 457 homes affected by Sunday’s hailstorm have already begun. Also, the mayor of Guadalajara, Ismael del Toro Castro, said that different agencies, such as the DIF and Citizen Participation, are working “to know the amounts of the damages in the...
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The Attorney General’s Office remains on alert after threats that have continued to be received after the assassination of two investigating agents in Tlajomulco on June 21, in addition to another attack that same day in the Auditorio neighborhood in Zapopan. The head of the agency, Gerardo Octavio Solís Gómez, did not rule out that...
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A heavy rain and hail storm affected the municipalities of the metropolitan area of ​​Guadalajara and Tlaquepaque, around one o’clock this Sunday morning. The accumulation of ice was unusual, in Tlaquepaque there were streets where it reached up to one meter in height, so emergency services used heavy machinery for the removal. “We are doing...
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In four coordinated attacks by organized crime during Friday morning, two agents of the State Prosecutor’s Office (FE) were murdered, two alleged criminals killed, and a fifth male was killed. Security forces detained three alleged gunmen after a shootout that lasted almost two hours in Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, Jalisco. In the afternoon, the Jalisco prosecutor,...
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The Nayarit government protected its access from Jalisco to prevent suspected criminals who might try to enter its territory after clashes between police and armed individuals in Tlajomulco de Zúñiga, Jalisco, near the Nayarit border, as reported by the Secretary of Public Security of the State (SSPE). The agency added, through a communiqué, that state...
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Researchers have recorded 6 low-intensity explosions, 14 landslides and constant emanations of water vapor and gases in recent days at the Colima Volcano. On April 26, after 26 months of inactivity, the volcano increased its seismic activity considerably. On May 11 an explosion occurred that started the crater breaking. One month later, on June 11,...
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A student of American nationality was murdered and another is missing, the Jalisco Prosecutor’s Office reported. The agency explained, in a statement, that it “conducts a joint investigation” with the Executive Prosecutor’s Office in Criminal Investigation and the Special Prosecutor’s Office for Missing Persons “for the disappearance of one young man and the murder of...
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On the first day of training to become a hitman for the Jalisco Cartel New Generation, Francisco learned that the only way to escape from the camp was to leave “in a body bag.” In three months he’d learn much more: how to handle short and long weapons, ambush enemies, respect the rules, not be...
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As of July 1, the start of the National Guard in Jalisco with a force of 3, 600 troops will arrive, reported the secretary of Public Safety and Citizen Protection, Alfonso Durazo Montaño. In a meeting with Governor Enrique Alfaro, Durazo endorsed the commitment to deploy 3,600 elements to cover the various regional coordination in...
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At the beginning of November 2018, professors Lizette González Valadez and Damián Salcedo Rodríguez were promoted to directors. That same payday their salary was not deposited. The situation was repeated in the next pay period and continues today, leaving seven months that some teachers in Jalisco have not been paid. “Not a peso, nor bonuses...
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The Ministry of Health of the state of Jalisco confirmed that, more than five months after the beginning of 2019, the federal authorities have not acquired or distributed the necessary insecticides to prevent epidemic outbreaks of dengue. Juan Salvador García Hernández, the coordinator of the state program to combat dengue in Jalisco, explained that this...
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The use of natural gas for public transport in Jalisco is becoming the new norm. In the Metropolitan Area of ​​Guadalajara, around 600 units already run on natural gas, while 320 more use natural gas in Puerto Vallarta. In addition, in the next three years, there are plans to replace 2,860 more buses with new...
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Despite the elimination of the Tourism Promotion Council of Mexico (CPTM), entrepreneurs from the tourist sector of Puerto Vallarta and Guadalajara affirmed that the state government has supported them, for which they assured that international tourism will not be lost. The director of the Visitors and Conventions Office of Guadalajara, Gustavo Staufert Buclon, explained that...
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The Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat) authorized the sale of eight properties in the highly sought after beaches of Jalisco during the last two six-year terms of government, where they handed over 27,580 square meters of property for private use. The transfer to private individuals of the federal assets was carried out through...
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