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  • White House Responds to Petition to Release Sgt. Tahmooressi from Mexican Jail

    White House Responds to Petition to Release Sgt. Tahmooressi from Mexican Jail

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 12 horas

    Response expresses respect for the rule of law and judicial process in Mexico

    TIJUANA.- During the first couple of months following the arrest of former U.S. Marine Sergeant Andrew Tahmooressi, his support team (with his mother Jill Tahmooressi at the helm) heavily publicised a White House petition with the hopes that a response from the Obama Administration would pressure Mexico to throw out the case and release Tahmooressi from custody. The official response has now...

  • Anti-immigrant groups plan to block border crossings on September 20th

    Anti-immigrant groups plan to block border crossings on September 20th

    Por: Jose Sanchez   |   Hace 21 horas

    They protest captured marine, muslim terrorism, and want an electric fence along the border

    UNITED STATES.- A coalition of anti-immigrant groups are planning a massive protest at 26 border crossings between Mexico and the U.S., with the goal of shutting them down on September 20th. What are their complaints? A large variet of topics and demands, ranging from freeing the former marine, Andrew Tahmooressi, who is currently in the midst of criminal proceedings in Tijuana, and...

  • Decline in Mexican Friends and Family Members in the U.S.

    Decline in Mexican Friends and Family Members in the U.S.

    Por: Jose Sanchez   |   Hace 1 día

    The ties between Mexicans on both sides of the border have decreased over past 7 years

    UNITED STATES. - According to a recent Pew Research Center poll, only 32 percent of Mexicans surveyed have family members or friends north of the border, a decrease of about 10 percentage points when compared to results seven years ago. The survey shows a change from 42% in 2007 to 32% in 2014, almost sure it relates to an overall reduction in migration from Mexico to the U.S. . In...

  • Special Operative in Place for Labor Day in Baja California

    Special Operative in Place for Labor Day in Baja California

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 3 días

    The State is prepared for a large influx of tourists

    TIJUANA.- Tourism and security officials are getting ready to receive thousands of tourists this Labor Day weekend, according to Oscar Jesus Escobedo of Baja California Secretary of Tourism. “We have had an excellent summer season, which indicates that this weekend should be no exception, and most tourism related operations are looking forward to sealing off this season with positive...

  • UCSD and Universidad Autonoma de Baja California Form Partnership

    UCSD and Universidad Autonoma de Baja California Form Partnership

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 3 días

    The goal is to have 100,000 Mexican students studying in U.S. colleges by 2018

    This month, the University of California San Diego (UCSD) signed a memorandum of understanding with the Universidad Autonoma de Baja California “to increase collaboration and exchange among students and faculty from both universities.” This according to an official news release from UCSD. The initiative will include exchanges of faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral scholars,...

  • Pedestrian Police will be Employed at Tijuana s Downtown

    Pedestrian Police will be Employed at Tijuana's Downtown

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 4 días

    As part of the Tourist Police Unit

    TIJUANA.- In response to requests and concerns of business owners on Avenida Revolucion (one of the main streets of Tijuana's Downtown), a special pedestrian police unit will be employed to patrol the popular street. This was announced by Downtown Tijuana’s representative, Karim Chalita Rodriguez, during a meeting with local business owners and Edwin Montes, Chief of the Tourist Police Unit....

  • Pirates of The Caribbean in Rosarito ?

    Pirates of The Caribbean in Rosarito ?

    Por: Brenda Colón Navar   |   Hace 4 días

    Jack Sparrow and his crew may be on their way to Baja California

    ROSARITO BEACH.- One of Australia’s most reputable news services has just reported that the next sequel of the Pirates of the Caribbean, starring Johnny Depp, may be filmed in Rosarito, Baja California. Just a few hours ago, “The Australian” indicated that Mexico is preparing to “steal the next film in the Pirates of The Caribbean franchise” from Australia. Funding decision delays in...

  • Bus Tours may be coming to Baja California

    Bus Tours may be coming to Baja California

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 4 días

    But not unless the Secretariat Communications and Transportation changes its rules

    TIJUANA.- During the recent visit by the Federal Secretary of Tourism to Baja California, Director Claudia Ruiz Massieu promised to push to allow the circulation of Tour Buses from California into Baja California. This is according to Oscar Jesus Escobedo Carignan, Baja California’s Secretary of Tourism. Under current law, buses are only allowed to enter the State internationally if they have...

  • Manchester United to pay british record transfer fee for Angel Di Maria

    Manchester United to pay british record transfer fee for Angel Di Maria

    Por: Drew Farmer/Soccerly.com   |   Hace 6 días

    Di Maria is expected to received the No. 7 shirt

    After originally stating Angel Di Maria would stay at Real Madrid after all, it now appears the winger will finally sign for English Premier League side Manchester United. Louis van Gaal's team will pay a British record transfer fee of £59.7 million ($98.9 million) to the Spanish giants as one of the summer's longest transfer sagas finally comes to a close. Manchester United have gotten...

  • Rosarito-Ensenada Toll Road to Reopen on September 15

    Rosarito-Ensenada Toll Road to Reopen on September 15

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 1 semana

    Relief for locals and tourist

    ENSENADA.- The Rosarito-Ensenada Toll Road is scheduled to reopen on September 15, 2014. Part of the highway has been shut down since December 2013 after a landslide caused a portion to collapse. Since that time, drivers have had to take alternative routes to travel to and from Ensenada. The new section of the highway consists of 10 centimeter thick asphalt, on top of a 25 centimeter base,...