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  • Budget For Baja s Agricultural Development Is Increased

    Budget For Baja's Agricultural Development Is Increased

    Por: Redacción SanDiego Red   |   Hace 30 minutos

    It will increase to $25,000,000 dlls in 2015

    MEXICALI.- As a commemorative act for the 78th Land Assault in Mexicali's Valley (Asalto a la Tierras en el Valle de Mexicali) anniversary, State Governor, Francisco "Kiko" Vega de Lamadrid, announced that in order to provide bigger opportunities for the residents and field workers of Baja California, this year the budget for the Secretariat of Agricultural Development (SEFOA in Spanish) will...

  • Baja Governor Meets With Mexico s Anti-Kidnapping Coordinator

    Baja Governor Meets With Mexico's Anti-Kidnapping Coordinator

    Por: Redacción SanDiego Red   |   Hace 2 horas

    The Governor also requested higher resources to fight organized crime

    MEXICO CITY.- Baja Governor, Francisco "Kiko" Vega, had a meeting today with Renato Sales Heredia, the National Anti-Kidnapping Coordinator, who is in charge of giving a follow up to policies implemented by the Federal Government in the matter of fighting kidnaps. Accompanied by the State's Attorney General, Perla Socorro Íbarra Leyva and José María González Martínez, State Assistant...

  • Ayotzinapa Investigation Concludes With No Real Evidence

    Ayotzinapa Investigation Concludes With No Real Evidence

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 3 horas

    There were some inconsistencies in the case

    MEXICO.- Once the eight day of "Acción Global por Ayotzinapa" (Global Action for Ayotzinapa) ended, four months after the Iguala massacre, Mexico's Attorney General, Jesús Murillo Karam, restated his office's conclusions about the case, that although there is now DNA evidence, they are almost 100% sure the teacher trainees were murdered and burned in a Cocula, Guerrero state dumpster,...

  • Puerta Mexico: A fancy story about Tijuana

    Puerta Mexico: A fancy story about Tijuana

    Por: Luis Carlos Lopez/binomio (1+4)   |   Hace 2 días

    It's a city with no history, no memories

    Contrary to many other Mexican cities, Tijuana is neither ancient nor colonial. I've heard many opinions of what people think in regards to the city's history. There are some who nostalgically remember the Casino Agua Caliente, Revolución Avenue, Bol Corona and the Caesar's Hotel and its famous salad. There are also others who think Tijuana simply doesn't have a "history" and shouldn't be...

  • 10,000 People Attended Health Fair In Tijuana

    10,000 People Attended Health Fair In Tijuana

    Por: Redacción SanDiego Red   |   Hace 2 días

    Mayor Dr. Jorge Astiazarán also provided medical attention

    TIJUANA.- With the purpose of bringing the services that the City has to offer to the most vulnerable communities of Tijuana, mayor Dr. Jorge Astiazarán Orcí lead this year's first Health Fair at Parque Morelos, the citys's largest urban park, benefiting 10,000 citizens. Mrs. Norma Patricia Alba Cruz, from the Centro area, mentioned that she thinks these types of events are very helpful,...

  • Baja’s Governor Reviews Progress of the New Criminal Justice System

    Baja’s Governor Reviews Progress of the New Criminal Justice System

    Por: Redaccion SanDiego Red   |   Hace 2 días

    The Governor talked to Technical Secretary of Coordination Council for the Implementation of the Governmental Secretary Criminal Justice System, Dr. María de los Ángeles Fromow...

    TIJUANA. With the purpose of consolidating the implementation of the New Criminal Justice System in the rest of Baja California’s cities, as it has in Mexicali, under the Federal Government coordination squeme, today State Governor Francisco “Kiko” Vega de Lamadrid held a work meeting with the Technical Secretary of the Coordination Council for the Implementation of the Criminal Justice System...

  • ISIS Countdown For Murdering Two Japanese Hostages

    ISIS Countdown For Murdering Two Japanese Hostages

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 5 días

    They demand 200,000,000 dollars

    JAPAN.- A new threat issued by the extremist group of the Islamic State (IS) reiterate their position against the lives of Kenji Goto and Haruna Yukawa, two japanese hostages that were kidnaped under the following warning: either they receive 200,000,000 dollars like they asked for last Tuesday or these men will be murdered. With an online post of a countdown clock and a caption that read...

  • Baja California and Semanart Give Out Protection For Cold In Ensenada

    Baja California and Semanart Give Out Protection For Cold In Ensenada

    Por: SanDiegoRed Staff   |   Hace 6 días

    11,401 pantries and 45,605 bedspreads and matts were given out

    ENSENADA.- Governor Francisco Vega de Lamadrird alongside his Minister for Environment and Natural Resources, Juan José Guerra Abud, representing the Federal Government in the Baja California Peninsula, led a public event where the government handed out important supplies to communities in the state that are most vulnerable to the winter cold. Vega de Lamadrid and Guerra Abud, delivered...

  • Baja s Government Pledges To Attract 2.4 Billion USD In Foreign Investment

    Baja's Government Pledges To Attract 2.4 Billion USD In Foreign Investment

    Por: Redacción SanDiego Red   |   Hace 6 días

    As part of Baja California's Crusade for Employment and Economical Growth (CRECEBC)

    TIJUANA.- State Governor Francisco "Kiko" Vega de Lamadrid endorsed yesterday alongside officials and representatives of difference sectors, the commitment of maintaining Baja California's Crusade for Employment and Economical Growth (CRECEBC, in Spanish), which has as goal this 2014 to attract 2.4 billion dollars in foreign investment, as well as creating 55,000 jobs that will bring bigger...

  • Tijuana, Less Violent Than Detroit and New Orleans

    Tijuana, Less Violent Than Detroit and New Orleans

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 6 días

    Mexico has more insecure communities than USA and Colombia

    MEXICO.- During a recent survey on the fifty most violent cities worldwide, the outcomes were quite interesting regarding public safety, especially when talking about the prejudices the world has towards countries such as Mexico and Colombia, given their history of drug trafficking and their fights against it. Coming in at first place, for a fourth year in a row, the deadliest city is San...