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  • Peña Nieto s Step Daughter is Verbally Abused in Las Vegas, NV

    Peña Nieto's Step Daughter is Verbally Abused in Las Vegas, NV

    Por: Selene Reynoso   |   Hace 2 horas

    Is asked to answer to scandals occurring in Mexico

    MEXICO.- Sofia Castro, a Mexican actress and the daughter of Mexico's first lady (step-daughter of President Peña Nieto) was booed and yelled at in a Las Vegas Hotel thise week. Sofia Castro is in Las Vegas to attend the Latino Grammys. VIDEO : Peña Nieto's Stepdaughter attends Latino Grammys ...

  • What does it take for a Mexican to land on Mars?

    What does it take for a Mexican to land on Mars?

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 21 horas

    To not get killed by a politician, was the surprising answer of a 12-year-old

    MEXICO.- In order for Mexico to prosper in terms of science and technology, the first thing it needs is for its authorities to stop killing students, and then, for public resources to stop being funneled out of the public coffers into the hands of corrupt people. This was the answer given by Alberto Barrita, the winner of the second edition of NASA's International Air and Space Program, when...

  • Marches in Mexico Not Dying Down

    Marches in Mexico Not Dying Down

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 21 horas

    Estimated turnout of half a million at protest on November 20th

    MEXICO CITY.- In Mexico City, and throughout the country, a march to protest the disappearance of 43 missing students swept through the streets of the capital, and cities throughout the country. The march was timed on the same day that commemorates the start of the Mexican Revolution of 1910, and came almost two months since the disappearance of the students. In pictures that have now been...

  • Tijuana Seeks to Become Capital of Craft Brews

    Tijuana Seeks to Become Capital of Craft Brews

    Por: Jorge Guevara   |   Hace 1 día

    City working with craft industry to develop legal framework

    After many months of working with the city government to regulate the craft beer industry, local brewers can now rest assured that new legislation will be beneficial to this new local craft. During a recent meeting held by the city and Tijuana brewers, at the facilities. of Cervecería Insurgente , councilmember Francisco Hernandez indicated that this young industry will receive support in...

  • Tijuana’s Walk of Fame Fiasco

    Tijuana’s Walk of Fame Fiasco

    Por: Tony Tee   |   Hace 1 día

    Miguel Badiola’s obvious disconnect from reality

    First impressions are important. The first and only time I have ever met Miguel Angel Badiola was nearly three years ago during my second night of filming with Anthony Bourdain for his '' No Reservations '' Baja episode filmed at the historic Agua Caliente race track. Badiola, a high level executive for the Caliente Casino was trying to push Bourdain and myself to wear red Caliente hats, while...

  • Mexico s First Lady Sells Mansion After Wide Criticism

    Mexico's First Lady Sells Mansion After Wide Criticism

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 2 días

    Does not want to continue to be offended and defamed by the public

    MEXICO.- Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto's wife, Angelica Rivera, announced that she would sell the rights to her luxurious home located in one of Mexico City's most exclusive neighborhoods, in order to avoid being the target of speculation and "defamation". "Today, I am addressing all Mexicans, because you have the right to know the truth. I have nothing to hide. As a citizen,...

  • The White Widow : Most Wanted Terrorist is Killed

    "The White Widow": Most Wanted Terrorist is Killed

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 1 semana

    Samantha Lewthwaite was killed by sharp shooter along Ucranian border

    Samantha Lewthwaite, a British citizen and one of the most wanted terrorists, died at the hands of a pro-Russian sharp shooter during an attack on the Ucranian border in the East of the country, according to Regnum, a Russian agency. She was the wife of a Jamaican, Germain Lindsay, a person that casued a bus in London to explode in 2005, resulting in the death of 52. Samantha...

  • Support Program for Homeless Migrants in Tijuana Continues

    Support Program for Homeless Migrants in Tijuana Continues

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 1 semana

    More than 250 people received help during third day of program

    TIJUANA.- The Tijuana city government - via its Social Municipal Development Department - hosted its third day of a program specifically targeted at helping the large homeless population residing in the Tijuana River, known as the "bordo". Called "Programa Mejora", or "Improvement Program" this time, the service booths were set up in an area near the 20 de Noviembre neighborhood. On the...

  • Family members of missing students head out on tour of country

    Family members of missing students head out on tour of country

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 1 semana

    They will unite on November 20th in Mexico City

    MEXICO.- The families of the 43 missing students of Ayotzinapa, Guerrero toured the country this week to spread their messages of pain and anger with the government over a situation that has not only outraged the country, but is also resulting in economic losses to the country, according to an announcement from the government today. From Tixtla, where the teacher training academy that the...

  • Mexico Will Start Charging Entry Tax Arriving via Tijuana

    Mexico Will Start Charging Entry Tax Arriving via Tijuana

    Por: Brenda Colon   |   Hace 1 semana

    There are exceptions, won't apply to visits under 7 days

    TIJUANA.- A pilot program put in place by Mexico's National Immigration Institute (INM) at the Otay Mesa border crossing charging foreigners an entry tax caused quite a controversy amongst residents in the border region this week. Today, the INM has clarified some of the many questions that locals were asking, and have assured that the announced requirement has many exceptions. ...