Tag

Juarez

Juarez News: News and information for Juarez by PVDN

President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador launched an ambitious plan Saturday to stimulate economic activity on the Mexican side of the U.S.-Mexico border, reinforcing his country’s commitment to manufacturing and trade despite recent U.S. threats to close the border entirely. Mexico will slash income and corporate taxes to 20 percent from 30 percent for 43 municipalities...
Read More
The second caravan of Central American migrants is approaching Jalisco, so the state government is preparing to give them attention, according to official sources. During the past week, just over 6,000 migrants arrived in Jalisco to the Benito Juarez shelter in Zapopan, which was closed by the governor of Jalisco, Aristóteles Sandoval Díaz, on the...
Read More
The future of Mexico City’s new airport, already about a third completed, comes down to a public vote this week in a political high-wire act by the country’s president-elect that could shut down Mexico’s largest infrastructure project in recent memory. President-elect Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador promised to let the people decide the fate of the...
Read More
As violent crime overtakes Mexico, one small town seems to have things figured out. They discovered that the root of all their problems was the politicians and they kicked them out. Not only that, but they’ve also banned elections and gathered up all political propaganda. Politics have been eradicated and so has the crime. They...
Read More
A female lion attacked a man who apparently kept her along with another lion and a tiger as pets at his home in the northern Mexico border city of Ciudad Juarez, authorities said Tuesday. A Juarez police official who was not authorized to be quoted by name said police were called to the house in...
Read More
El Paso man helps transfer bloodmobiles to Mexico
Martin Gomez arrived to United Blood Services in El Paso about 16 years ago. His mother, Martha Cervantes de Gomez, was in need of Type O blood. She lived in Ciudad Juarez. “I came to the United States, and I asked this blood bank for help. They were able to help me with some blood...
Read More
Mexico Must Stand Up to America’s Drug War
AMLO, as Mexican President-elect Andrés Manuel López Obrador is universally known, faces a dilemma. The American-imposed drug war has plunged his country into violence and corruption. The situation is intolerable, yet any attempt to break the chain means a confrontation with the United States that could prove even worse. It’s a deadlock that only a...
Read More
Another six naked men were found tied to poles in Puerto Vallarta a few minutes apart on Wednesday night, which had the letter “R” shaved in the back of their heads, suggesting they were being marked as thieves, reported the Municipal Police. These are added four found between the night of Monday and early Tuesday,...
Read More
Reputed Sinaloa cartel leader 'El Cuate' arrested, gold-plated guns seized in Mexico
Three Mexican drug cartels operated in the El Paso-Juarez region Daniel Borunda/El Paso Times (Photo: Courtesy Chihuahua state government) Gold-plated handguns, cocaine and pickups were seized Wednesday during the arrest of one of the reputed leaders of the Sinaloa drug cartel in Chihuahua. Chihuahua state police arrested Leonel "El Cuate" Salgueiro during an "intense operation"...
Read More
‘We don’t want Maradona’: Soccer legend gets a mixed welcome in Mexico’s Sinaloa
Diego Maradona celebrates a goal with player Facu Juarez during a match against Cafetaleros in Culiacan, Mexico, on Monday that was Maradona’s first game as coach of second-division Dorados. (Eduardo Verdugo/AP) CULIACAN, Mexico — The president-elect of Mexico, a man capable of convening massive crowds, passed through this coastal city on Monday morning and raised...
Read More
film students killed
Thousands of people gathered in Mexico’s second-largest city Thursday to protest the deaths of three film students who were killed and dissolved in acid in a case that has highlighted the disappearance of the country’s youth amid a vicious drug war. The students were abducted March 19 on the outskirts of Guadalajara after working on...
Read More
Chinese ride-hailing company Didi Chuxing has publicly launched in Mexico with a website advertising its service to drivers and passengers and setting the stage for a potentially expensive showdown with rival Uber. Late last year, Didi Chuxing Technology Co started laying plans for Mexico, Reuters was first to report, marking the company’s first launch outside...
Read More
With the aim of deterring or eradicating criminal practices that threaten the integrity of citizens and visitors, Puerto Vallarta continues to carry out the “Safe Vallarta” operation. Commissioner Jorge Antonio Hernández Valencia, said that surveillance and crime prevention actions have been reinforced in colonies such as 5 de Diciembre, El Cerro, El Caloso, Buenos Aires,...
Read More
On the occasion of the 2nd “LuminiaFest 2017” Pyrotechnics Festival, organized as part of the New Year’s celebrations and to welcome 2018, Puerto Vallarta announced vehicular traffic changes in the downtown area of ​​the city. The Subdirección de Vialidad Municipal announced that on December 30 and 31, Calle Morelos will be closed to vehicles starting...
Read More
rio gran
The United States and Mexico have shared their current international border for nearly 170 years. Today they cooperate at multiple levels on issues that affect the border region, although you would not know it from the divisive rhetoric that we hear in both countries. President Trump’s focus on building a border wall threatens to undermine...
Read More
1 2