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Areas of Mexico facing extreme or exceptional drought conditions have increased due to lack of rain. To combat the prolonged drought, Mexico's air force has been assigned a new mission: seeding clouds. The Mexican air force has been assigned a new mission: seeding clouds in an effort to combat the prolonged drought. However, areas facing extreme or exceptional drought conditions — located in Sonora, Chihuahua, Sinaloa, Durango, Nayarit, Colima and Michoacán — increased due to a shortage of rain. "We always need adequate weather conditions.
Persons: Guadalupe Rojas, Francisco Ramírez Organizations: Ministry of Agriculture, Air Locations: Mexico, Sonora, Chihuahua, Sinaloa, Durango, Nayarit, Colima, Michoacán, San Quintín, Baja California, Nuevo León, Coahuila, León, Milenio
Mexico's president recently a "mega raffle" with 22 prizes valued at $12.5 million, the proceeds of which will be used for COVID-19 vaccines. Among the goods being given away are mansions that belonged to two of Mexico's most well known cartel bosses: Joaquín "El Chapo" Guzmán and Amado Carrillo Fuentes. The property, seized more than 20 years ago, is over 32,000 square feet and has an indoor pool, nine bedrooms, several Jacuzzis and saunas, a wine cellar, and a party salon. ReutersGuzmán was one of the most notorious and elusive of Mexico's drug kingpins until his final arrest in Mexico in 2016. Many of Carrillo Fuentes' properties have met the same fate that Guzmán's now face.
Persons: Guzmán, Amado Carrillo Fuentes, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Lopez Obrador, Reforma Carrillo Fuentes, Fuentes, El Chapo's, Miguel de, Diego Maradona, Reuters Guzmán, Chapo, Consuelo Loera, Daniel Becerril, Carrillo Fuentes —, El, , Carrillo Fuentes, Guzmán's, Casa Versace Organizations: Sinaloa Cartel, COVID, Institute, Goods, AP, Estadio Azteca, Mexico City, Miguel de la Madrid, Reuters, Boeing, Forbes, REUTERS Locations: Ciudad Juarez, MEXICO, Sinaloa, Mexican, Mexico City, Jardines, Culiacán, Mexico's, El, Mexico, Argentina, Guzmán, Culiacan, Mazatlán, Miramar, Badiraguato, Hermosillo, Sonora, Jalisco, Carrillo's
“It’s a problem Facebook has known about for many years.”Facebook spokesman Andy Stone said that the company prohibits "content that offers to provide or facilitate human smuggling. He added that Facebook permits content related to seeking asylum and that it had consulted with the United Nations on its content policies around human smuggling. The policies draw on the U.N. definition of human smuggling as “the procurement or facilitation of illegal entry into a state across international borders” that doesn’t necessarily involve coercion or force. Since 2015, researchers and journalists have regularly identified pages dedicated to human smuggling on Facebook. Deported and pennilessAt his computer, Pastor Banda pointed to another Facebook group in which migrants appear to be negotiating with coyotes.
Persons: Gustavo Banda, they’ve, , , gesturing, ” Katie Paul, Andy Stone, El Coyote Lopez ”, Nilda Garcia, Garcia, cobro de piso, ” Garcia, , Facebook —, TikTok, Facebook’s Stone, Gabriella Sanchez, Biden, Kamala Harris, Jen Psaki, Paul, Stone, ” Sanchez, Pastor Banda, He’s, ” Banda Organizations: Facebook, Tech, Capitol, NBC News, United Nations, NBC, U.S ., FBI’s National Gang Intelligence, Criminal Networks, Twitter, YouTube, Islamic, ISIS, , The, of State, White, Trump, Border Protection, Customs Locations: United States, Tijuana , Mexico, America, Mexican, , McAllen , Texas, Houston, Nicaragua, Agua, Sonora, Sinaloa, Sonora and Arizona, Mexico, Spanish, Los Angeles, Guatemala, El Salvador, Honduras, Brazil, U.S, Central America, Salvador, Texas, Honduran, Belize, Banda, California, Baja California, U.S.A
Rocío Pino is running in Mexico's upcoming election for the Progressive Social Networks party. OnlyFans model Rocío Pino is running in Mexico's upcoming election for the center-left Progressive Social Networks party. In a recent tweet, Pino wrote that Mexico needs deputies who "put the benefits to Mexicans ahead of any particular interest." Breast cancer is the most deadly form of cancer in women in Mexico, with an estimated 32,000 new cases per year. "For the smaller parties, it is a strategy to stay alive and keep their registry as a political party."
Persons: Rocío Pino, Pino, Allyson Benton, There's, , it's, Benton, Ale Menendez, Menendez, Lupita Jones, Cuauhtémoc Blanco Organizations: Progressive Social Networks, Social Networks, Cancer, La_Gr0sera, City University, Union, Regeneration, National Action Party, PAN, Institutional Revolutionary Party, PRI, Miss Locations: country's, Mexico, Mexican, Sonora, Oaxaca, London, United States, Senora, Baja California, Morelos, Latin America
EXCLUSIVE Mexico now ready to welcome private lithium miners
  + stars: | 2021-06-02 | by ( David Garcia | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +5 min
Mexico, a major copper and silver producer, is home to large potential reserves of lithium, used in electric vehicle (EV) batteries. In the energy sector, private oil majors have mostly balked at joint ventures with national oil giant Pemex if the state-run company runs operations and it was unclear if lithium investors would react similarly. Developing Mexico's lithium riches could help diversify global sources currently concentrated in a few countries, led by Australia and Chile. That distribution is why Fernando Alanis, former chief executive of top silver miner Peñoles, is downbeat on Mexico's potential to become a new lithium hot spot. Several lithium clay projects are under development elsewhere including Lithium Americas Corp.’s (LAC.TO) Nevada project.
Persons: Alejandro Armenta Mier, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, David Alire, Sen, Alejandro Armenta, We're, Armenta, Lopez Obrador's, Tatiana Clouthier, Albemarle, Fernando Alanis, Alanis, Bacanora Organizations: Reuters, REUTERS, Regeneration, General Motors, Ford, Lithium Americas Corp, . Geological Survey, Thomson Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, Australia, Chile, South America, Nevada, Sonora
An ex-attorney general of Sonora, Murrieta was the 83rd politician killed in Mexico since September, according to Etellekt, a security consultancy. Lopez Obrador, who has promised justice for the victims, argues that the corrosive effects of corruption in past governments are fueling violence in Mexico. Mexico's overall murder tally hit a record that year, and Lopez Obrador took office in December 2018 pledging to reduce violence. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, then a presidential candidate, votes in Mexico's 2018 presidential election, in Mexico City, July 1, 2018. While Lopez Obrador remains popular, support for him is falling.
Persons: Abel Murrieta, Murrieta, Alvaro Obregon, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's, We're, Lopez Obrador, Carlos Mayorga, HERIKA MARTINEZ, Lopez, Etellekt, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Pedro Mera, Adrian LeBaron, Consulta Mitofsky, Lopez Obrador's, Juan Carlos Loera, Jose Luis Gonzalez Murrieta, Erick Ramirez, Ramirez, It's, Guillermo Valencia, Stringer, Cristina Delgado, Delgado, Vicente Sanchez, Nothing's, Lizbeth Diaz, Dave Graham, Aurora Ellis Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Regeneration, AFP, Getty, El, REUTERS, Ciudad, Citizens ' Movement, Reuters, Security Locations: Mexico, MEXICO, Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Murrieta, Cajeme, COVID, Ciudad Juarez, MORENA, Veracruz, Oaxaca, Puebla, Guerrero, State, Michoacan, Mexico City, Mexican, Chihuahua, Cocula, Morelia, Oaxaca City, Tijuana
If she wins the June 22 Democratic primary, Morales could become the first woman and first Hispanic elected mayor. NYC mayoral candidate Dianne Morales dances salsa in an outdoors dance class in the Bronx, N.Y. Nicole Acevedo / NBC NewsThe former nonprofit executive left her job in 2019 to run for mayor. “There's so much trauma from Covid that people are anxious to just kind of move on.” But is not just the Covid-19 pandemic, Morales said. Edwin Gano / Dianne Morales Campaign“My story is all too familiar to poor people, single mothers, Black and Brown people and immigrants,” she tweeted alongside the statement. Morales also has the lowest average donation of any candidate, a sign of grassroots support, according to a Politico analysis.
Persons: Dianne Morales, George Floyd’s, George Floyd, ” Morales, , Morales, , Sonora Carruseles ’, “ Micaela, Nicole Acevedo, Bill de, “ I've, Eric Adams, Andrew Yang, Maya Wiley, Scott Stringer, Doña Rosa, , Mike Bloomberg, Edwin Gano, Brown Organizations: NBC News, Latina, New York City, Democratic, NBC, Phipps, Community School, Human Services, New, Brooklyn, New York, Stony Brook University, Harvard University, Columbia University, Department of Education’s, Youth Development, Yorkers, City, Department of Education, Mayor, Politico, Facebook, Twitter Locations: York City, Bronx, Sonora, Puerto Rican, New York City, New, Brooklyn
An ex-attorney general of Sonora, Murrieta was the 83rd politician killed in Mexico since September, according to Etellekt, a security consultancy. Lopez Obrador, who has promised justice for the victims, argues that the corrosive effects of corruption in past governments are fueling violence in Mexico. Mexico's overall murder tally hit a record that year, and Lopez Obrador took office in December 2018 pledging to reduce violence. While Lopez Obrador remains popular, support for him is falling. Lopez Obrador's office did not reply to a request for comment on the political violence and how it affected his administration.
Persons: Leticia Castillo, Jose Luis Gonzalez Abel Murrieta, Murrieta, Alvaro Obregon, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's, We're, Lopez Obrador, Lopez, Etellekt, Adrian LeBaron, Consulta Mitofsky, Lopez Obrador's, Erick Ramirez, Ramirez, It's, Cristina Delgado, Delgado, Vicente Sanchez, Nothing's Organizations: Encounter Party, REUTERS, Regeneration, El, Ciudad, Citizens ' Movement, Reuters, Security, Thomson Locations: Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Murrieta, Cajeme, MORENA, Veracruz, Oaxaca, Puebla, Guerrero, State, Michoacan, Mexican, Cocula, Oaxaca City, Tijuana
Ismael Zambada-Imperial, son of a top Sinaloa Cartel leader, pleaded guilty to drug-trafficking charges on April 30. On April 30, Ismael Zambada-Imperial, alias "Mayito Gordo," pleaded guilty to importing cocaine, marijuana and heroin from Mexico into the United States at a hearing in the Southern District of California. His lawyers fought to prevent his extradition to the United States but he was finally transferred to San Diego, California, in December 2019. Mexico's Attorney General's Office/HandoutThe criminal landscape facing the Sinaloa Cartel has changed drastically since 2014, when Zambada-Imperial was arrested in Culiacán. And while Zambada-Imperial was certainly once a power player in the Sinaloa Cartel, seven years is an age in criminal terms.
Persons: Ismael Zambada, Mayito Gordo, Ismael Zambada García, El, El Mayo's, Jesús Vicente Zambada Niebla, Joaquin Guzmán Loera, Zambada Ortiz, Guzmán, Imperial, El Chapo, Zambada García, Zambada, Ismael Zambada Sicairos, Mayito, Ovidio Guzmán Organizations: Sinaloa Cartel's, Southern District of, Department, Mexico's, General's, New, Generación –, Sinaloa Cartel Locations: Sinaloa, United States, Mexico, Southern District, Southern District of California, El Mayo, Culiacán, San Diego , California, National City, Chula Vista , California, Nogales , Arizona, Ciudad Juarez, Jalisco, Zacatecas, Sonora, Nayarit, Baja California, Chihuahua, Quintana Roo
With baseball season about to begin, I bought each of my sons, ages 5 and 8, a pack of 2021 Topps cards. At the other end of the market, a 1952 Topps Mickey Mantle rookie card sold for a record $5.2 million in January. A month later came the most expensive basketball card transaction in history — a rookie trading card of Dallas Mavericks star guard Luka Doncic was purchased for $4.6 million. And in April, a rookie Tom Brady card was bought at an auction for $2.25 million, a record for football. Former Disney CEO Michael Eisner, who bought Topps 14 years ago, told CNBC's "Squawk Box" that the digital business, primarily apps, is growing rapidly and that blockchain will be a big part of the future.
Persons: Bill Wiley, Wiley, Mickey Mantle, , Luka Doncic, Tom Brady, Topps, it's, Michael Eisner, CNBC's Organizations: Topps, Dallas Mavericks, Wiley, Disney Locations: California, Sonora, Sierra Nevada, NFTs
Runaway cost of oxygen tanks adds extra agony to pandemic in Mexico
  + stars: | 2021-01-21 | by ( Diego Oré | ) www.reuters.com + 0.00   time to read: +4 min
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A shortage of oxygen tanks in Mexico City and a fourfold rise in prices for the life-saving gas are compounding the coronavirus crisis for the sprawling capital’s hard-hit inhabitants. FILE PHOTO: People queue to fill oxygen tanks for relatives infected with the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), as part of a city's government free refill program, at the municipality of Iztapalapa, in Mexico City, Mexico January 18, 2021. As a result, many people are finding it impossible to buy or rent the vital tanks for relatives suffering from COVID-19. Ricardo Sheffield, the head of national consumer protection agency PROFECO, said last week that oxygen tanks were available and that prices should be stable. Elsewhere in the country, the sheer desperation to find scarce oxygen tanks has taken reckless turns.
Persons: Toya Sarno Jordan, Eulogio Cruz, “ We’re, , Cruz, Ricardo Sheffield, PROFECO, Gustavo Madero, Alejandro Sampedro Organizations: MEXICO CITY, REUTERS, Reuters Locations: MEXICO, Mexico City, Iztapalapa, Mexico, COVID, United States, Brazil, India, Manaus, Brazil’s, skimp, city’s, , Sonora
While off-road vehicles are becoming increasingly more popular, it's outdoorsy, mainstream buyers who are largely driving sales of such vehicles. "We expect Bronco Sport is going to be higher volume than Bronco," Brinley said. The new 2021 Bronco family of SUVs include the Bronco two-door, Bronco four-door and Bronco Sport (left to right). It's also the first Bronco model to exclusively come in four doors (the 2021 Bronco is available in two- and four-door models). 2021 Ford Bronco Sport Ford"We do see Bronco Sport as almost like an entry point into the Bronco family," Young said.
Persons: Jovina Young, Michael Wayland, CNBC HOLLY, – Jovina Young, Young, Bronco Sport, Stephanie Brinley, Eddie Khan, Outsell, Brinley, Ford, it's, It's, Lisa Drake, Ford's Organizations: Ford Bronco, CNBC, Bronco, Ford, Bronco Sport, IHS, Sport, Ford Ford, Fiat, Jeep, Credit Suisse Locations: Nevada, California, Mich, Detroit, Michigan, Hermosillo , Sonora, Mexico, North America
Contractors working on President Trump's border wall are dynamiting pristine Arizona mountains to make way for construction, campaigners told Business Insider. Contractors rushing to finish sections of President Donald Trump's border wall before he leaves office are pointlessly destroying vast tracts of wilderness, campaigners have told Business Insider. Tons of dynamite is being used to blast access roads to the sites, let alone prepare the sites themselves, one campaigner told Business Insider in November. Jordahl said that border wall contractors — who drill deep wells to service their staging areas — have contributed to that depletion. But, Flesch told Business Insider that it would have a colossal effect on native species.
Persons: Trump, Biden, Donald Trump's, Biden's, John Darwin Kurc, Laiken, Fisher, Donald Trump, Carlos Barria, , administration's, Louise Misztal, Jordahl, Pedro Pardo, Aaron D, Flesch, Joe Biden, Henry Cuellar, George F, Jozens —, Kiewit —, they're Organizations: Army Corps, Contractors, Business, Twitter, Center for Biological Diversity, Valley Constructors, Reuters, Politico, High Country News, Getty, Border Patrol, AZ Central, University of Arizona's, of Natural Resources, NPR, Army Corps of Engineers, Homeland Security, US Army Corps of Engineers, Southwest Locations: Trump's, Arizona, Mexico, U.S, San Luis , Arizona, Arizona's, United States, Sonora
Pro-abortion activist Lupita Ruiz poses for a photo during an interview with Reuters, in Mexico City, Mexico November 11, 2020. Catalina Martinez, director for Latin America and the Caribbean at the Center for Reproductive Rights, a legal advocacy organization, said Argentina’s example inspired protests across Latin America. Outrage at worsening gender violence in Latin America, where the number of femicides has doubled in five years, has also spread awareness of the abortion rights movement and fueled demands for recognition of women’s rights in a conservative, male-dominated society. As in the United States, where conservatives have made gains in restricting a woman’s right to an abortion, there is pushback in Latin America against the calls for greater liberalization. To Briceno, Brazil’s shift to the right under Bolsonaro, who has vowed to veto any pro-abortion bills, was a reminder to push even harder for abortion rights.
Persons: Lupita Ruiz, Toya Sarno Jordan, Ruiz, , , Pope Francis’s, Catalina Martinez, Catalina Calderon, Calderon, ” Calderon, Jair Bolsonaro, Pope, Alberto Fernandez, ” Fernandez, Mexico’s, Wendy Briceno, Anita Pena, Bolsonaro Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Reuters, REUTERS, El, Catholic, Center for Reproductive Rights, Equality, Argentine Episcopal Conference, Catholic Church, Guttmacher Institute, Corporacion Miles Locations: MEXICO, BUENOS AIRES, Chiapas, Mexico, Mexico City, America, El Salvador, Brazil, Uruguay, Cuba, Argentine, Caribbean, Latin America, United States, Argentina, U.S, Sonora, Oaxaca, Sonoran, Chile, Colombia, Chilean
MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico captured a gang leader accused of being the mastermind behind the massacre of nine women and children of U.S.-Mexican origin, authorities confirmed on Wednesday, a move that Washington hailed as a victory for bilateral cooperation. The multi-year investigation and case against the four-star general was dropped last week in a bombshell decision that U.S. prosecutors said was necessary to assure bilateral security cooperation. Ambassador to Mexico Christopher Landau congratulated Mexican security forces for the new arrests. Reuters reported last week that Mexico had committed to the arrest of a high-level cartel leader under a deal to drop U.S. the drug trafficking charges against Cienfuegos. Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador and the U.S. Department of Justice have denied a deal.
Persons: Roberto Gonzalez, general’s, Gonzalez, , “ There’s, Adrian LeBaron, Donald Trump, Salvador Cienfuegos, Mexico Christopher Landau, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador Organizations: MEXICO CITY, Washington, Defense, U.S, Twitter, Reuters, U.S . Department of Justice Locations: MEXICO, Mexico, U.S, Sonora, United States, Chihuahua, Los Angeles, Mexican, Cienfuegos
Journalist killings in Mexico worst in a decade, government says
  + stars: | 2020-11-25 | by ( Reuters Staff | ) www.reuters.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +2 min
FILE PHOTO: Mexico's undersecretary of Human Rights Alejandro Encinas Rodriguez speaks next to Mexico's President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador (not pictured) during a news conference at the National Palace in Mexico City, Mexico August 30, 2019. Alejandro Encinas, deputy interior minister responsible for human rights, said there had been 138 homicides of journalists since 2010, 38 of them since President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador took office on Dec. 1, 2018. Mexico is often ranked one of most dangerous countries for journalists to work in, and Lopez Obrador took power vowing to bring down violence and step up protections for media workers. However, murders of journalists have risen in tandem with record levels of homicides in Mexico as a whole, much of it fueled by rampant violence among feuding drug cartels. The most dangerous states for journalists since Lopez Obrador took office have been Sonora, Guerrero, Veracruz and Michoacan, according to the government’s figures.
Persons: Alejandro Encinas Rodriguez, Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, Henry Romero MEXICO, Alejandro Encinas, ” Encinas, Encinas, Lopez Obrador Organizations: Human, REUTERS, Henry Romero MEXICO CITY, Committee, Protection, Journalists Locations: Mexico City, Mexico, Sonora, Guerrero, Veracruz, Michoacan
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