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Denuncia activista a Gilberto Lozano por amenazas y difamación

Por presuntamente amenazar y difamar a su persona, el activista José Múzquiz interpuso una demanda penal en contra del empresario y líder del movimiento Frente Nacional Ciudadano Anti AMLO (FRENAAA) Gilberto Lozano. Monterrey, NL.- En entrevista para INFO7, el afectado, relató que los ataques comenzaron el pasado 27 de agosto afuera de la Séptima Zona Read More…

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Campeche to go green: it will be first state with low-risk coronavirus rating

Much of Mexico is now painted yellow on the federal government’s risk assessment map. Campeche will become the first state in the country to switch to green light “low risk” according to the federal government’s stoplight system to assess the risk of coronavirus infection. The federal Health Ministry announced Friday that the Yucatán Peninsula state, Read More…

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US proposes protections for rare thistle in New Mexico

SILVER CITY, N.M. (AP) — The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to list a rare plant that was once found in the the American Southwest and Mexico as a threatened species. The agency outlined its intensions in Tuesday’s Federal Register. Aside from adding the Wright’s marsh thistle to the list of imperiled species, Read More…

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Mexico ups COVID-19 ‘estimate’ to 89,612 deaths

Cemetery workers dig fresh graves in a section of the Valle de Chalco Municipal Cemetery which opened early in the coronavirus pandemic to accommodate the surge in deaths, in Valle de Chalco on the outskirts of Mexico City, Thursday, Sept. 24, 2020.(AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell) MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico upped its “estimated” COVID-19 deaths to Read More…

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Pandemic strains New Mexico’s election systems

Kathleen Whisler, who recently moved to Santa Fe from Colorado, said she registered to vote in August when she applied for a New Mexico driver’s license. She learned later, however, as she was trying to request an absentee ballot, that her name wasn’t on the state’s voter rolls. Correcting the error proved frustrating, said Whisler, Read More…

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Mexico Identifies Woman Who May Have Had Unconsensual Gynecological Surgery in U.S. Detention

MONTERREY, Mexico (Reuters) – Mexico said it has identified one Mexican woman who underwent gynecological surgery, potentially without her consent, while detained at the Georgia immigration facility that’s been the center of allegations about unauthorized hysterectomies. The Mexican Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Monday that the woman had undergone a «gynecological surgical intervention» Read More…

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Mexico’s COVID-19 cases rise to 733,717

MEXICO CITY, Sept. 28 (Xinhua) — Mexico reported 3,400 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours, taking its national total to 733,717, the Health Ministry said on Monday. Meanwhile, 173 additional deaths were reported, bringing the death toll to 76,603, the ministry added. Mexico’s government plans to formalize its participation in the COVAX Facility, Read More…