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  • Australian Authorities Sacrifice Nearly 700 Koalas

    Australian Authorities Sacrifice Nearly 700 Koalas

    Por: Alain González   |   Hace 34 minutos

    Due to overpopulation problems

    AUSTRALIA.- International media revealed that Australian authorities sacrificed nearly 700 koala bears in Cape Otway, 230 kilometers Southwest of Melbourne, due to "overpopulation problems". Government officials of the state of Victoria informed that the koalas were captured and sedated before being sacrificed in a undercover manner between 2013 and 2014, with the purpose of avoiding...

  • Rosarito s Descanso Mission Ruin Gets New Lease on Life

    Rosarito's Descanso Mission Ruin Gets New Lease on Life

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 4 horas

    Designated as Federal Archeological Zone

    The ruins of Descanso Mission, constructed in 1817, lie abandoned 22 kilometers south of downtown Rosarito and east of the sand dunes of Cantamar. It is the second-to-last and most northern of the Missions constructed by the Dominican friars along the historic Camino Real of history, myth and romance. The Missions System was the means by which the Spanish Crown, beginning in 1697 at Loreto...

  • Tecate Receives Computer Equipment

    Tecate Receives Computer Equipment

    Por: Redacción SanDiego Red   |   Hace 17 horas

    Through Tecate's Economical Development Council (CDET)

    TECATE.- The city of Tecate which is led by Mayor César Moreno González de Castilla received today, computer equipment for its 6 precints through Tecate's Economical Development Council (CDET in Spanish). This is a part of a project called "Fortalecimiento a las delegaciones en sistemas y equipos informático" (Precints strengthening regarding informatics and systematic equipments),...

  • Former Rosaritense Speaks at the White House

    Former Rosaritense Speaks at the White House

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 1 día

    Presents the launch of the "Let Girls Learn" Initiative

    On March 03, 2015, Charlene Espinoza, a Mexican woman who grew up in California and Rosarito, Baja California, presented the launch of the " Let Girls Learn " initiative at the White House. The project will be operated by the Peace Corps around the world. Charlene Espinoza is the founder of a non-profit organization called The Bosh Bosh Project , in Salala, Liberia which was created in...

  • Tecate Had Violence Network Workshop

    Tecate Had Violence Network Workshop

    Por: Redacción SanDiego Red   |   Hace 1 día

    Tecate's INMUJER, developed the workshop in La Rumorosa area

    TECATE.- During the events that will take place during Women's Week in the city of Tecate, which is led by Mayor César Moreno González de Castilla, the City's Institute for Women (INMUJER in Spanish), developed a Violence Network Workshop in La Rumorosa area. Violence is an act of power or intentional omission, either cyclical or recurrent destined to dominate, subject, control, abuse...

  • Tijuana City Official Is Removed From Position After Racist Facebook Comments

    Tijuana City Official Is Removed From Position After Racist Facebook Comments

    Por: Lilia Montijo   |   Hace 1 día

    She didn't think about the consequences of her post

    On Monday, public official Liliana Sevilla left her position as Director of the City's Women Institute (INMUJER in Spanish). The Department of Communication of the City of Tijuana confirmed her step down due to the controversy created after she posted a meme that red: "What if my place is somewhere in Europe and here I am suffering among natives". This same department revealed that...

  • Baja Secures Over $1.8 Million In Federal Funds For Sports And Culture

    Baja Secures Over $1.8 Million In Federal Funds For Sports And Culture

    Por: Redacción SanDiego Red   |   Hace 2 días

    The SCHP and the State Government two very important agreements to achieve this

    MEXICALI.- The State Government was able to sign two very important agreements that brought in over 124,000,000 pesos ($1,870,000,000 dlls) from the Ministry of Treasury and Public Credit (SCHP in Spanish), as a result of Baja California governor Francisco "Kiko" Vega de Lamadrid's lobbying in Mexico City for resources that will be applied to the funding of culture and the state sport...

  • Meet Jesus  Chuy  Garcia, The Nex Mayor of Chicago?

    Meet Jesus "Chuy" Garcia, The Nex Mayor of Chicago?

    Por: Lilia Montijo   |   Hace 2 días

    The Mexican immigrant and Democrat is seeking to upset Obama's preferred candidate, Rahm Emanuel

    CHICAGO.- Jesus "Chuy" Garcia is son to a Mexican farmer who worked in the US during World War II under the Bracero Program, and at 58 years of age, he suddenly now has big possibilities of becoming Chicago's Mayor, the 3rd biggest city in the United States. The now US citizen is currently forcing a second runoff in voting against Rahm Emanuel, Chicago's current mayor and close...

  • The Islamic State Threatens Twitter s Creator

    The Islamic State Threatens Twitter's Creator

    Por: Cynjen Romero   |   Hace 2 días

    The jihadists threaten to "directly attack" Twitter's staff for closing their accounts

    Twitter has being closing the account of the Islamic State members, given that the use the social network to plan attacks and post violent executions of their hostages. The jihadists have considered this actions as a declaration of war on Twitter's behalf, to which they promise to response with a "real war". The jihadist organization threaten to kill the company's employees and owner, Jack...

  • Bill to Ease Border Wait Times Introduced in Congress

    Bill to Ease Border Wait Times Introduced in Congress

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 3 días

    The Cross-Border Trade Enhancement Act of 2015

    UNITED STATES.- On February 11, 2015, two Texan legislators introduced a bill into the U.S. Congress that, if passed, would provide for alternative financing arrangements for Customs and Border Protection officers at land border ports of entry. Under the bill, the U.S. Customs and Border Protection would provide additional customs, agricultural processing, border security, and inspection...