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  • Mexicans protest internet censorship in new telecom bill

    Mexicans protest internet censorship in new telecom bill

    Por: Brenda Colón Navar   |   Hace 1 día

    #EPNvsInternet and #ContraElSilencioMX take over social media

    MEXICO.- A virtual protest has taken over social media this Monday in Mexico against the threat posed by a new telecommunications reform bill that many have warned will crush internet neutrality in Mexico and enable internet censorship by the government. Although not yet passed, citizens have now started to take to social media. This Monday and Tuesday, 21st and 22nd of April,...

  • San Diegan Asylum Seeker may not come home

    San Diegan Asylum Seeker may not come home

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 2 días

    The fight is not over

    “Home, let me come home Home is wherever I’m with you” That is the chorus of a song called “Home” that was covered by a father and his little girl and became a viral internet sensation. The cover video has over 27 million views on YouTube, more that the original music video of the song by the band Edward Sharpe & Magnetic Zeros which comes in under 22 million views, despite...

  • University of San Diego: Violence in Mexico decreased in 2013

    University of San Diego: Violence in Mexico decreased in 2013

    Por: José Luis Sánchez Macías   |   Hace 2 días

    But signalled hotspots in Tijuana for homicide spike

    SAN DIEGO.- There has been much progress made, but there are still hotspots; this is the main conclusion of a study on narcotics trafficking in Mexico, which reported a (possible) 15 percent decrease in nationwide homicides during 2013 – thanks in part to the consolidation of drug cartels in one region, who are no longer engaged in a power struggle with other groups of organized crime. The...

  • Why the US State Department always issues alert to Mexico just days before vacation season

    Why the US State Department always issues alert to Mexico just days before vacation season

    Por: Cal Trimble   |   Hace 6 días

    Mexico is the perfect destination for Spring Break despite what the US State Department and the Media says

    The last day of work before the long Easter Weekend break usually brings a sigh of relief and excitement to students and professionals alike. For many people north of the border, the long weekend is a perfect opportunity to travel down south to second homes in Baja California, or visit other prime beach locations in Mexico. This is usually around the time when the United States Department of...

  • Promoting Investment in Baja California Amongst the Asian Community

    Promoting Investment in Baja California Amongst the Asian Community

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 1 semana

    Each municipality offers distinct opportunities

    MEXICALI.- The State of Baja California participates in venture capital seminars, from April 10 to 18, as part of a mission organized by ProMexico in Asia, reports the Sub-Secretary of Investment Development and Trade Promotion, from the Secretary of Economic Growth, Juan Antonio Martínez Zaragoza. “We are working on repositioning Baja California as a Mexican investment destination, and we...

  • City of Tijuana holds first ever jobs fair for deportees

    City of Tijuana holds first ever jobs fair for deportees

    Por: SanDiegoRed staff   |   Hace 1 semana

    Mayor Astiazarán stresses importance of addressing the needs of migrants on the border

    TIJUANA.- With the aim of coordinating opportunities for immigrants deported back into Mexico and help them to develop labor skills- through projects that could reintroduce them into the job market-, Mayor Jorge Astiazarán Orcí opened the first ever Feria del Migrante Emprendedor , or Migrant Entrepreneur Fair, organized by the National Transformation Industry Chamber (Canacintra in Spanish)....

  • Mexico cracks down on consumer credit debt, by docking payrolls

    Mexico cracks down on consumer credit debt, by docking payrolls

    Por: Elizabeth Rosales   |   Hace 2 semanas

    Supreme Court rules that credit debt can now be taken from a worker's salary

    MEXICO.- Stores like Coppel, Elektra and Famsa have long offered easy credit for almost anything and to almost anyone who asks for it. These Mexican retailers and their insistence sticking consumers with debt for almost everything, from a microwave to a refrigerator and even a piece of clothing, take advantage of the fact that more than half of Mexico lives under the official poverty line,...

  • Tijuana Mayor and federal officials coordinating on lower border wait times

    Tijuana Mayor and federal officials coordinating on lower border wait times

    Por: SanDiegoRed staff   |   Hace 2 semanas

    There's economic benefits for both sides of the border

    TIJUANA.- City officials, including Mayor Jorge Astiazarán, met with members of the Administration and Appraisal of National Assets Institute (Indaabin in Spanish) in an effort to lower border wait times into Mexico, by coordinating municipal, state and federal governments so as to offer users practical and quality ports-of-entries. The Indaabin is similar in functions to the U.S....

  • Deaths along U.S.-Mexico border on the rise

    Deaths along U.S.-Mexico border on the rise

    Por: José Luis Sánchez Macías   |   Hace 2 semanas

    Increased border security has lead to more migrant fatalities, study finds

    UNITED STATES.- The New Republic reports on figures that show that, for more than a decade now, increased border security and an overall militarization has lead to the deaths of more and more people along the U.S.-Mexico border, and although it has fluctuated, 2012 and 2013 were the worst years for fatalities among migrants since 2005, according to statistics from Washington Office on Latin...

  • Binational delegation in Mexico City works to improve border wait times

    Binational delegation in Mexico City works to improve border wait times

    Por: SanDiegoRed.com   |   Hace 3 semanas

    San Diego and Tijuana Mayors join forces on the issue

    TIJUANA- During a recent binational delegation meeting held in Mexico City in conjunction with the “Mexico-California Commerce Initiative” mission, Tijuana Mayor Jorge Astiazarán, asserted that we must be improving conditions that will lead to a better exchange of commerce and tourism between San Diego and Tijuana. In attendance were representatives of Tijuana’s Department of Transportation,...