Why Mexico isn’t stopping the migrant caravan – The Washington Post

Joshua Partlow Correspondent focusing on Mexico, Central America and other parts of Latin America October 22 TAPACHULA, Mexico — As thousands of Central American migrants continue their long walk to the U.S. border, prompting daily condemnations from President Trump, the Mexican government has had to decide: Are Trump’s threats enough to trigger an intervention? For now, Mexican police have merely stepped aside as the caravan has passed, watching first as migrants took rafts across the river that separates the country from Guatemala, and then as they continued by foot along…

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Thousands of caravan migrants stopped at Mexico border with Guatemala clash with police – USA TODAY

CLOSE On Friday, the migrant caravan of at least 3,000 broke down gates at the Guatemalan border with Mexico and streamed toward a bridge to Mexico. (Oct. 19) AP epa07104769 Honduran migrants rest in the Tecun Uman’s park in Escuintla, Guatemala, 19 October 2018, before continue their way to Mexico. Migrants, who hope to arrive to the United States to seek better living conditions, slept in an open-air theater and in the Catholic church of Tecun Uman, a few kilometers from the Suchiate River, which divides Guatemala and Mexico, where…

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Animal Político of Mexico and Univisión Noticias of U.S. among winners of Ortega y Gasset Journalism Awards – Knight Center for Journalism in the Americas

Mexican and U.S. media outlets, as well as Spanish journalists and photographers, were announced as the winners of the Ortega y Gasset Journalism Awards from Spanish newspaper El País. “The Master Fraud” included a comic that explained a complex diversion scheme. (Screenshot) Digital native site Animal Político of Mexico won for Best Story or Journalistic Investigation for its project “La Estafa Maestra” (The Master Fraud) about a diversion scheme involving dependencies of the federal government, public universities and ghost companies. The winning journalists who worked on the project include Daniel…

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Mexico, Canada And U.S. Win Bid To Host 2026 World Cup – NPR

NPR’s Ari Shapiro speaks with New York Times sports reporter Tariq Panja about the results of the bid to host the 2026 FIFA world cup. A combined bid from the U.S., Canada and Mexico won the vote. ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: The World Cup begins tomorrow in Russia. The U.S. did not make the tournament but today, it did get a huge win. The United States, along with Canada and Mexico, will host the World Cup in 2026. The news came after a vote in Moscow. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) GIANNI…

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Noticias Telemundo Announces MEXICO, THE FINAL BATTLE, 360° Coverage of Mexican Presidential Elections 7/1 – Broadway World

Noticias Telemundo announced details of “México, the Final Battle,” its 360° coverage of the Mexican presidential elections, this Sunday, July 1, live starting at 5 PM E/4 C/2 P on Telemundo, NoticiasTelemundo.com, the NOTICIAS TELEMUNDO mobile app, and the Telemundo news Facebook, Twitter and Youtube pages. Emmy-award winning anchor José Díaz-Balart will lead the coverage from the Zócalo in the heart of Mexico City, joined by a network of journalists across Mexico and the United States, including anchors Julio Vaqueiro, Felicidad Aveleyra and Paulina Sodi; reporters Raúl Torres, Issa Osorio,…

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Authorities recover body of NC teacher who went missing in Mexico

By Janine Bowen, WRAL digital journalist Davidson, N.C. — The body of a North Carolina teacher declared dead in Mexico has been recovered, according to a Facebook post. Patrick Braxton-Andrew, 34, “died on October 28 at the hands of a criminal organization that operates in the area where he was traveling,” according to a post made last week by a Facebook page that had been providing updates on the Davidson Spanish teacher. The post said the information about his death came from Chihuahua State authorities. On Sunday, the page said…

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Reports: Missing NC teacher dead in Mexico

Davidson, N.C. — A Facebook page that provides updates for a Davidson Spanish teacher missing in Mexico reports 34-year-old Patrick Braxton-Andrew is dead. <img src=”http://mundolatinomedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/45125579_385868525285148_8587495089230577664_o-DMID1-5gtaes4t2-640×360.jpg” title=”Patrick Braxton-Andrew Photo from Facebook” alt=”Patrick Braxton-Andrew” class=”b-fluid b-fill dml-generated” border=”0″/> NBC News spoke to the person who runs the Facebook account and confirmed the information on the page. According to the Facebook post, Braxton-Andrew “died on October 28 at the hands of a criminal organization that operates in the area where he was traveling.” According to the Davidson College Alumni Facebook page, 34-year-old Braxton-Andrew…

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Why Mexico isn’t stopping the migrant caravan

Joshua Partlow Correspondent focusing on Mexico, Central America and other parts of Latin America October 22 TAPACHULA, Mexico — As thousands of Central American migrants continue their long walk to the U.S. border, prompting daily condemnations from President Trump, the Mexican government has had to decide: Are Trump’s threats enough to trigger an intervention? For now, Mexican police have merely stepped aside as the caravan has passed, watching first as migrants took rafts across the river that separates the country from Guatemala, and then as they continued by foot along…

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Seguridad extrema en velorio de hija de diputada asesinada en México

Más de 20 agentes de la Policía Estatal de Veracruz y marinos de la Armada de México resguardan la funeraria Cristo Rey en este municipio veracruzano, donde es velada Valeria Marian Cruz Medel, hija de la diputada de Morena Carmen Medel y asesinada el pasado jueves cuando llegaba a un gimnasio. <p>Desde muy temprano, familiares y amigos de la joven Valeria se encuentran en la funeraria para despedirla.</p> <div> El Universal/GDA A las 12:30 horas mexicanas está programada una misa de cuerpo presente para que posteriormente de este servicio sea trasladada al crematorio Casa Maram, en el municipio de…

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“TERRIBLE” comportamiento de la caravana migrante en México

INDIGNACIÓN: El lado terrible de la caravana migrante en México Miles de usuarios manifestaron su opinión a través de redes sociales sobre la llegada de la caravana migrante. En específico, existe una publicación de Facebook de una joven que asegura haber tenido una experiencia “terrible” cuando asistió a brindar un servicio de limpiezas dentales por parte del gobierno de la Ciudad de México. Una mujer asistente social y dentista, escribió un post de la famosa red social y expresó la “terrible” experiencia que tuvo cuando fue enviada a brindar servicios de…

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