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  • Uber Drivers Arrested in Coahuila for Human Traffic

    Uber Drivers Arrested in Coahuila for Human Traffic

    Por: Nairda Ariday Ortega   |   Hace 20 horas

    They transported illegal immigrants from South America into the U.S.

    COAHUILA. Agents of the Fuerza Coahuila corps uncovered a network of alleged human traffickers that illegally transported immigrants using Uber cars. Around four vehicles were pulled over by the police while they were going through Saltillo’s countryside, a dirt road that connects the Mexican states of Zacatecas and Nuevo León. The drivers claimed to work for Uber, but they were...

  • Tijuana Journalist Protest Violent Acts Against Members of the Mexican Press

    Tijuana Journalist Protest Violent Acts Against Members of the Mexican Press

    Por: Ernesto Eslava   |   Hace 1 día

    Reporters and photographers gathered at the San Yisidro port of entry to make their voices heard.

    After the recent wave of attacks on Mexican journalists from Oacaxa, Tamaulipas, and Ciudad Juarez, a group of Tijuana journalists expressed their solidarity with these reporters and photojournalists that have been harassed or murdered for doing their job. “Killing journalists won’t kill the truth” is one of the phrases that could be read in this protest, which took place between the San...

  • Inversionistas proponen una gigantesca auditorio de espectáculos en San Diego

    Inversionistas proponen una gigantesca auditorio de espectáculos en San Diego

    Por: George Varga   |   Hace 1 día

    La propuesta es una de seis que buscan revitalizar la escena nocturna de San Diego y su capacidad como destino para espectáculos.

    Cuando el gigante del entretenimiento AEG inauguró el Staples Center en 1999, el más grande lugar para conciertos en Los Ángeles con su capacidad para 19,000 personas, se volvió uno de los catalizadores para la revitalización del centro de la ciudad. Ahora, AEG espera construir otro vanguardista centro deportivo y de entretenimiento en el sitio de lo que hoy se conoce como Seaport Village,...

  • Anti-Trump Mural Pops Up in Juarez

    Anti-Trump Mural Pops Up in Juarez

    Por: Nairda Ariday Ortega   |   Hace 1 día

    Juarez is another border town expressing their opinion on Trump through street art

    After Tijuana’s own anti-Trump mural became a sort of tourist attraction, other cities have made their efforts to protest the Republican candidate, including another mural in Lithuania, and now Juarez has joined the party. At the Río Bravo canal in Ciudad Juarez, an local street artist drew Donald Trump wearing Mickey Mouse ears while holding construction materials, including a brick that...

  • Over 1,000 Abanoned Tijuana Houses to be Auctioned

    Over 1,000 Abanoned Tijuana Houses to be Auctioned

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 4 días

    The auction is part of a national effort that includes every Mexican state.

    TIJUANA. Mexico’s National Funding Institute for Worker Housing (Infonavit) stated that a public auction will be held next week, where they hope to sell over 5,000 abandoned houses throughout the country , of which 1,500 are located in Tijuana. Tijuana, along with the state of Baja California, suffered during the financial and real estate crisis of the last year, with the highest rate of...

  • Mexican Peso Plummeting After Brexit Vote

    Mexican Peso Plummeting After Brexit Vote

    Por: José Sánchez   |   Hace 4 días

    Results for the referendum in the UK have the world’s markets in shambles.

    After the “Leave the EU” vote won by a slim margin after yesterday’s Brexit referendum, the world’s biggest stock markets are watching helplessly as every currency is falling in relation to the USD. But it wasn’t only the British pound that suffered because of the referendum, because the Mexican peso was one of the most affected in the international market. At first, when Remain seemed to...

  • Mexico s Secretary of Finance Announces Cut in Public Spending After Brexit Results

    Mexico's Secretary of Finance Announces Cut in Public Spending After Brexit Results

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 4 días

    It's the second cut of its kind on 2016.

    Mexico’s Ministry of Finance and Public Credit released an official statement saying that the public spending budget will be cut by 31.715 million pesos after the “Brexit” referendum ended on a victory for the UK leaving the European Union. The Mexican peso fell over 4% against the USD before the Brexit results were announced “We have issued a second cut on public spending, exclusively on...

  • U.S. Embassy in Tijuana Raises LGBT Pride Flag

    U.S. Embassy in Tijuana Raises LGBT Pride Flag

    Por: Nairda Ariday Ortega   |   Hace 5 días

    President Obama celebrated the efforts of everyone who fights day to day for a more inclusive society.

    TIJUANA. In celebration of LGBT Pride Month, the U.S. Consul in Tijuana has raised the gay flag as a symbol of support towards the community and the fight for equal rights everywhere. Through an official statement from the American consulate, they highlighted their commitment with dedication in helping everyone who works for a more inclusive society. They have spurred sweeping...

  • Mexico s New Consul General in San Diego Wants to Be A  Cross Border  Diplomat

    Mexico's New Consul General in San Diego Wants to Be A "Cross Border" Diplomat

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 6 días

    She plans to uphold the Human Rights of Mexican immigrants in California and help them to fully integrate

    Marcela Celorio is Mexico’s new Consul General in San Diego, the new representative for her country's and countrymen's interest in the region. During a press conference at the Cross Border Xpress (CBX) binational crossing, Celorio highlighted the importance of teamwork and her openness to listen and learn from the border community. That way, during her first official meeting, which...

  • Organizers in Tijuana are Planning a Protest in Solidarity with Oaxaca

    Organizers in Tijuana are Planning a Protest in Solidarity with Oaxaca

    Por: Redacción   |   Hace 6 días

    “Your Teachers Need You”, reads a sign

    TIJUANA. The recent wave of violence in Oaxaca has caused people all over Mexico and the world to stand in protest and solidarity with people of the state, including places like Paris, Barcelona, Switzerland, and even the pedestrian border crossing between Tijuana and San Ysidro. http://edgecast.sdr-files.buscafs.com/uploads/news/photos/news_photo_75624_1466620553.jpg Photo: Facebook...