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Car pileup in Brazil leaves at least 8 dead and 21 injured

Car pileup in Brazil leaves at least 8 dead and 21 injured

 Monday, Aug 3rd 2020| At least eight people have been reported dead and 21 were injured as a result of a massive vehicle pileup on a highway that was blamed on a forest fire in .Authorities in the southern state of Paraná said the first accident on highway BR-277 occurred around 10:30pm Sunday when several cars stopped on the shoulder lane following a minor crash.A truck subsequently tried to avoid the vehicles and ran over four occupants, according to firefighters on the scene on the highway's 47-mile marker near the Rui Barbosa Avenue exit in the city of São José dos Pinhais.The...

August 3, 2020
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Mexican military kills 12 cartel members in shootout near U.S. border

Mexican military kills 12 cartel members in shootout near U.S. border

 Friday, Jul 3rd 2020| 7 At least 12 members of a cartel were killed during a gun battle with the Mexican military in the northeastern state of Tamaulipas near the border with on Friday.Local media outlets reported a convoy from the Mexican Army's 16th Motorized Cavalry was met with fire approximately at 3am local time by members of the Tropa del Infierno [Inferno Troop], a hit squad tied to the Cártel del Noreste [Northeast Cartel].The gun battle took place on a road in the Nuevo Laredo neighborhood of Fresnos, a 10-mile drive from the Juárez–Lincoln International Bridge, which connects...

July 3, 2020
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Fugitive Mexican cartel boss' mom and four others freed from custody

Fugitive Mexican cartel boss' mom and four others freed from custody

 Tuesday, Jun 30th 2020| 8 President Andrés Manuel López Obrador is seeking an investigation into the release of a fugitive cartel boss' mother and two other relatives from prison.The announcement came Monday, one day after María Eva Ortíz walked out of a prison in the central Mexican state of Guanajuato almost a week after she and 30 others were arrested for their alleged ties to the Santa Rosa de Lima Cartel.López Obrador went as far as suggesting that judge Paulina Iraís Medina colluded with cartel leader José Antonio 'El Marro' Yépez and was looking for any loophole that would lead to...

June 29, 2020
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Tijuana ranked as the most dangerous city in the world in 2019

Tijuana ranked as the most dangerous city in the world in 2019

 Tuesday, Jun 9th 2020| 120 A study released by a Mexican watchdog group has slammed President Andrés Manuel López Obrador for the country having ranked among the top five most violent cities in the world in 2019 with Tijuana holding the undistinguished honor of leading the way.At least 134 people were murdered per every 100,000 residents in the border town, according to the report published by the Citizen's Council for Public Safety and Criminal Justice on Monday.Tijuana, located in the northwestern state of Baja , has been a magnet that attracts young travelers, mostly from California;...

June 2, 2020
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U.S. says Maduro regime is linked to cocaine seized off Spain's coast

U.S. says Maduro regime is linked to cocaine seized off Spain's coast

 Sunday, May 3rd 2020| 969 The United States confirmed that a massive cocaine shipment confiscated last weekend off 's coast is connected to members of Venezuela President Nicolás Maduro's regime.Working on a tip from the Drug Enforcement Agency [DEA] and the Colombian National Police and the United Kingdom's National Agency, Spain's military intercepted the Karar, a vessel that first left Panama and had 4,000 kilos of cocaine loaded on it off Venezuela's coast before sailing across the Atlantic Ocean.The boat, which sailed under the flag of Togo, was headed to the northwest coastal city of...

May 1, 2020
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CBP officers find 36 undocumented immigrants hiding in a truck

CBP officers find 36 undocumented immigrants hiding in a truck

 Tuesday, May 5th 2020| 31 U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents discovered 36 undocumented immigrants inside a tractor trailer during a traffic stop in .The incident occurred last Thursday when the officers ordered the commercial truck to stop at a border checkpoint on Interstate 35 in Laredo.  According to a CBP statement, the Border Patrol agents questioned the driver, a United States citizen, before performing a non-intrusive scan of the trailer which detected the presence of the several people inside.The officers subsequently cut the trailer's lock and found the individuals who had...

May 4, 2020
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Man, pet donkey cry as they reunite after Spain's COVID-19 lockdown

Man, pet donkey cry as they reunite after Spain's COVID-19 lockdown

 Friday, May 22nd 2020| 8k This is the heartwarming moment a tearful man was reunited with his pet donkey after two months without seeing each other during Spain's coronavirus lockdown. Ismael Fernández could not wait any longer to visit the family farm in Malaga earlier this week after the local government eased Covid-19 restrictions. It meant that the 38-year-old would not only get to see his brother, but also his beloved female pet donkey Baldomera. Tear-jerking footage shows the two friends coming face-to-face for the first time - with Ismael breaking down in tears and Baldomera braying...

May 21, 2020
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Man dies after he was beaten by Mexico cops for not wearing face mask

Man dies after he was beaten by Mexico cops for not wearing face mask

 Thursday, Jun 4th 2020| 417 A Mexican man appears to have been beaten and tortured to death by police after they caught him breaking lockdown rules by not wearing a facemask. Giovanni López, 30, was detained on May 4 in the Jalisco municipality of Ixtlahuacán de los Membrillos for ignoring the town's preventive measures against the spread of the .Christian López told LatinUS, in a story published Wednesday, that Mayor Eduardo Cervantes offered him 200,000 Mexican pesos, or $9,000, if he did not go public with the footage that was recorded with his cellphone. 'The policemen came to carry...

June 4, 2020
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