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"coahuila" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

NEWS 88.7

03:21 min | 2 months ago

"coahuila" Discussed on NEWS 88.7

"He's also asking for aid for thousands of Afghan evacuees have been arriving in the US The White House is asking Congress for at least $24 billion in extra aid to help communities recover from natural disasters. Including the California wildfires and Hurricane Ida. President Biden is seeking an additional $6.4 billion to assist with resettling Afghans in the United States. The U. S and Allies evacuated about 124,000 people last month from Kabul. The Biden administration estimates that 65,000 vulnerable Afghans will have arrived in the United States by the end of the month. With an additional 30,000 arriving over the next year. The White House is asking that the money be added to a short term government funding package there needs to be passed by the end of the month. Franco or Dona US NPR news President Biden is also scheduled to give a major speech tomorrow about fighting Covid 19. The White House says he will lay out at six point strategy. And is expected to discuss how the pandemic can be battled in the public and private sectors. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says 75% of adults in the U. S have gotten at least one covid vaccination. But the number of coronavirus infections continues to climb. Hospitals are facing swelling numbers of patients in northern Idaho, The state has activated guidelines that let a handful of hospitals ration their carer. Eight. Heggie of the Mountain West News Bureau, says this is to deal with a surge in Covid patients. This declaration is for 10 hospitals and mostly rural North Idaho, and officials here say they don't know how long it's going to have to last. And this isn't just bad news for unvaccinated people. It also means everyone else needs to take extra precautions to not wind up in a hospital. Hospitals are already having to transform hallways, classrooms and conference rooms into Covid wards. Nate Heggie reporting Mexico's Supreme Court has ruled that it is unconstitutional to punish abortion as a crime from member station K. Jay Z. Kendall bless reports from em. Maceio lovely as soon Yes, Medidas Chief Justice Arturo's Andy Barr said the ruling is consistent with the court's position for more than a decade that abortion is a fundamental right and that pregnant people must be guaranteed access to the procedure. The ruling came in response to a law in the northern state of Coahuila that punishes abortion at any stage of pregnancy with up to three years in prison. In Mexico. Abortion is legal in four out of 32 states. While the ruling won't immediately make the procedure widely available across Mexico, it could lead to the release of those jailed for having an abortion. For NPR news. I'm Kendall Blessed in, um ocio, Mexico. Officials in Mexico say a powerful earthquake struck last night near the western city of Acapulco. They say its magnitude was 71 person was killed and there's damage reported This is NPR news Live from news 88 7 in Houston. I'm Matt Harrop County Health officials say they expect to see a spike in Covid 19 cases stemming from this Labor Day weekend in as little as five days. Jennifer Tiger directs the Covid 19 division of Harris County Public Health, she says the best way to avoid more covid infections continues to be fully vaccinated and receiving the booster shot when it becomes available, were preparing for administering that third dose once it is approved. Around September, 20th Tiger says Right now, nearly all current cases in Harris County are from the Delta variant..

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"coahuila" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:01 min | 2 months ago

"coahuila" Discussed on AP News

"Include videos that show Wilson grabbing a PVC pipe and jabbing at officers. He's also accused of helping to push two officers to the ground and take a shield away from one as he and other Donald Trump supporters worked to breach the U. S Capitol January, 6th Wilson could face up to 28 years in prison and $500 in fines. He remains free, pending sentencing. Jackie Quinn, Washington I, Mike Rossi, a reporting North Carolina schools are struggling with Covid 19 clusters. A new report from North Carolina health officials shows there are 170 ongoing covid 19 clusters in public schools or childcare settings in the state Union County public schools, the state's sixth largest school district reports. As of Friday, about one in eight students were under quarantine. The district voted down the proposal last month to require mask wearing injured Spalding school system is switching to virtual learning. After three school bus employees have died from Covid 19 in recent weeks in Savannah, some school bus drivers staged a sick out Tuesday after a similar protest. Last Friday. I Mike Rossio as the U. S debates the Roe versus Wade decision, the Supreme Court in Mexico's declared it unconstitutional to punish abortion. Mexico's Supreme Court unanimously annulled several provisions of the law from Coahuila state, which sits on the Texas border that had made abortion a criminal act. That decision establishes a historic precedent. And the head of the court says it obligates all of the country's judges to rule the same way in similar cases or they'd be violating the constitution. Most of Mexico's 32 states penalize abortion in the heavily Roman Catholic country. This decision comes one week after Texas banned all abortions. Medical professionals could detect cardiac activity in the fetus. I'm Jackie Quinn. I'm Mike Rossi, a reporting a CIA veteran expects Al Qaeda to rebuild within Afghanistan. Michael Morrell, who was the CIA analyst who briefed President George W. Bush on September 11 2000 and one said Tuesday he's convinced the Taliban will invite Al Qaeda to rebuild in Afghanistan. Moral who twice served as acting CIA director spoke at an online forum sponsored by the U. S attorney's office for the Eastern District of Virginia. It was one of a series of panels this week to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Moral twice served as acting CIA director and he briefed President Barack Obama on the intelligence that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden, he said. There's no doubt in his mind. The Taliban will give safe haven to Al Qaeda, and he believes Al Qaeda's intention will be to build capability so they can attack us here at home. Mike Rossia Washington The first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender is El Salvador, It was a bumpy rollout. The digital wallet Chievo used for transactions was not functioning. Government has.

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"coahuila" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"coahuila" Discussed on AP News

"As the U. S debate the Roe versus Wade decision, the Supreme Court in Mexico's declared it unconstitutional to punish abortion. Mexico's Supreme Court unanimously annulled several provisions of the law from Coahuila state, which sits on the Texas border that had made abortion a criminal act. That decision establishes a historic precedent. And the head of the court says it obligates all of the country's judges to rule the same way in similar cases or they'd be violating the constitution. Most of Mexico's 32 states penalize abortion in the heavily Roman Catholic country. This decision comes one week after Texas banned all abortions. Medical professionals could detect cardiac activity in the fetus. I'm Jackie Quinn. I'm Mike Rossi, a reporting a CIA veteran expects Al Qaeda to rebuild within Afghanistan. Michael Morrell, who was the CIA analyst who briefed President George W. Bush on September 11 2000 and one said Tuesday he's convinced the Taliban will invite Al Qaeda to rebuild in Afghanistan. Moral who twice served as acting CIA director spoke at an online forum sponsored by the U. S attorney's office for the Eastern District of Virginia. It was one of a series of panels this week to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Moral twice served as acting CIA director and he briefed President Barack Obama on the intelligence that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden, he said. There's no doubt in his mind. The Taliban will give safe haven to Al Qaeda, and he believes Al Qaeda's intention will be to build capability so they can attack us here at home. Mike Rossia Washington The first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender is El Salvador, It was a bumpy rollout. The digital wallet Chievo used for transactions was not functioning. Government has.

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"coahuila" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 2 months ago

"coahuila" Discussed on AP News

"Wade decision, the Supreme Court in Mexico's declared it unconstitutional to punish abortion. Mexico's Supreme Court unanimously annulled several provisions of the law from Coahuila state, which sits on the Texas border that had made abortion a criminal act. That decision establishes a historic precedent. And the head of the court says it obligates all of the country's judges to rule the same way in similar cases or they'd be violating the constitution. Most of Mexico's 32 states penalize abortion in the heavily Roman Catholic country. This decision comes one week after Texas banned all abortions. Medical professionals could detect cardiac activity in the fetus. I'm Jackie Quinn. I'm Mike Rossi, a reporting a CIA veteran expects Al Qaeda to rebuild within Afghanistan. Michael Morell, who was the CIA analyst who briefed President George W. Bush on September 11 2000 and one said Tuesday he is convinced the Taliban will invite Al Qaeda to rebuild in Afghanistan. Moral who twice served as acting CIA director spoke at an online forum sponsored by the U. S attorney's office for the Eastern District of Virginia. It was one of a series of panels this week to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Moral twice served as acting CIA director and he briefed President Barack Obama on the intelligence that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden, he said. There's no doubt in his mind. The Taliban will give safe haven to Al Qaeda, and he believes Al Qaeda's intention will be to build capability so they can attack us here at home. Mike Rossia Washington The first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender is El Salvador, It was a bumpy rollout. The digital wallet Chievo used for transactions was not functioning. Government has promised to install 200 Chievo automatic tellers.

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"coahuila" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:58 min | 2 months ago

"coahuila" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Vaccination rates in the country, with us on half a residents age 12 or older, fully vaccinated. For NPR News. I'm Rachel Cohen, Texas Republicans racked up a major victory Tuesday as governor Greg Abbott signed a controversial and expansive voting bill into law. From member station K T. R A Bret Jaspers reports that the new law imposes major restrictions on how Texans may cast their ballots. Civil rights groups have already filed lawsuits against the measure, saying the restrictions on 24 hour voting and expanded drive through voting limit options that kept voters safe during the pandemic, particularly voters of color. But at the bill signing Texas Governor Greg Abbott was unworried about the legal challenges. Whenever laws like this are past, the first thing the Democrats do is they run to the courthouse and try to challenge it. I feel extremely confident that when this law makes it through the Lydia litigation phase, it will be upheld. Texas's the latest of several Republican led states that have passed restrictive voting measures after the 2020 election. I'm Bret Jaspers in Dallas. In Mexico. A magnitude seven earthquake struck an area near Acapulco, causing damage to several buildings. The quake was felt over 200 miles away in Mexico City, prompting some frightened residents there to flee to safety. Power outages were reported in some parts of the city. You're listening to NPR news. In a huge move for the predominantly Catholic country. Mexico Supreme Court Has ruled unanimously they're penalizing abortion is unconstitutional. Member station. K eggs from terror desk in air. Simple yield. Um, Air most sealed Mexico. Kendall Blust has that story. Lovely. Assume. Had a parakeet has made. Adidas Chief Justice Arturo's Andy Barr said the ruling is consistent with the court's position for more than a decade that abortion is a fundamental right and that pregnant people must be guaranteed access to the procedure. The ruling came in response to a law in the northern state of Coahuila that punishes abortion at any stage of pregnancy with up to three years in prison. In Mexico. Abortion is legal in four out of 32 states. While the ruling won't immediately make the procedure widely available across Mexico, it could lead to the release of those jailed for having an abortion. For NPR news. I'm Kendall Blessed in, um Ocio, Mexico. US State Department officials are expressing concern about some of the individuals that have been chosen by the Taliban to fill top Cabinet posts. Mullah Mohammad Hassan Cocoon has been chosen to lead the male only interim Afghan government. Mila Kun is the longtime leader of the Taliban's leadership Council. He is also on the U. N sanctions list his deputy prime minister, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who heads up the Taliban's political office. The Taliban now claims to control all of the Afghanistan and says.

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"coahuila" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

02:16 min | 2 months ago

"coahuila" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"The Democrats do is they run to the courthouse and try to challenge it. I feel extremely confident that when this law makes it through the Livia litigation phase, it will be upheld. Texas's the latest of several Republican led states that have passed restrictive voting measures after the 2020 election. I'm Bret Jaspers in Dallas. In Mexico. A magnitude seven earthquake struck an area near Acapulco, causing damage to several buildings. The quake was felt over 200 miles away in Mexico City. Prompting some frightened residents there to flee to safety. Power outages were reported in some parts of the city. You're listening to NPR news. In a huge move for the predominantly Catholic country. Mexico Supreme Court Has ruled unanimously that penalizing abortion is unconstitutional. Member station. Cage's front terror desk in air. Simple yield. Um Air most sealed Mexico. Kendall Blust has that story. Love league. Assume Had a parakeet has made. Adidas Chief Justice Arturo's Andy Barr said The ruling is consistent with the court's position for more than a decade that abortion is a fundamental right and that pregnant people must be guaranteed access to the procedure. The ruling came in response to a law in the northern state of Coahuila that punishes abortion at any stage of pregnancy. With up to three years in prison. In Mexico, abortion is legal in four out of 32 states. While the ruling won't immediately make the procedure widely available across Mexico, it could lead to the release of those jailed for having an abortion for NPR news. I'm Kendall blessed in Mosco, Mexico. US State Department officials are expressing concern about some of the individuals that have been chosen by the Taliban to fill top Cabinet posts. Mullah Mohammad Hassan Cocoon has been chosen to lead the male only interim Afghan government. Mila Kunis, the longtime leader of the Taliban Leadership Council. He is also on the U. N sanctions list his deputy prime minister, Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, who heads up the Taliban's political office. The Taliban now claims to control all of the Afghanistan and says the country will be govern under Sharia law..

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"coahuila" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:52 min | 2 months ago

"coahuila" Discussed on AP News

"It's the Roe versus Wade decision, the Supreme Court in Mexico's declared it unconstitutional to punish abortion. Mexico's Supreme Court unanimously annulled several provisions of the law from Coahuila state, which sits on the Texas border that had made abortion a criminal act. That decision establishes a historic precedent. And the head of the court says it obligates all of the country's judges to rule the same way in similar cases or they'd be violating the constitution. Most of Mexico's 32 states penalize abortion in the heavily Roman Catholic country. This decision comes One week after Texas banned all abortions if medical professionals could detect cardiac activity in the fetus. I'm Jackie Quinn. I'm Mike Rossi, a reporting a CIA veteran expects Al Qaeda to rebuild within Afghanistan. Michael Morell, who was the CIA analyst who briefed President George W. Bush on September 11 2000 and one said Tuesday he's convinced the Taliban will invite Al Qaeda to rebuild in Afghanistan. Moral who twice served as acting CIA director spoke at an online forum sponsored by the U. S attorney's office for the Eastern District of Virginia. It was one of a series of panels this week to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the September 11 attacks. Morel twice served as acting CIA director and he briefed President Barack Obama on the intelligence that led to the killing of Osama bin Laden, he said. There's no doubt in his mind. The Taliban will give safe haven to Al Qaeda, and he believes Al Qaeda's intention will be to build capability so they can attack us here at home. Mike Rossia Washington The first country to adopt Bitcoin as legal tender is El Salvador, It was a bumpy rollout. The digital wallet Chievo used for transactions was not functioning. Government has promised to install 200.

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"coahuila" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:09 min | 2 months ago

"coahuila" Discussed on WTOP

"O. P after months of protests by Democrats Texas Republican governor has signed into law an overhaul of the state's election rules. Election integrity is now law Governor Greg Abbott maintains the law will make it easier to vote in Texas, providing more time for early voting and more flexibility on election day. He does expect it to be challenged in court and upheld no one who is eligible to vote will be denied the opportunity to vote. It does, however, make it harder for cheaters to cast an illegal ballot. Those are the kinds principles that the court will uphold. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden stands with Texans who have already begun filing lawsuits in federal court. I'm Ben Thomas. As the United States debates the Roe versus Wade decision, the Supreme Court in Mexico has declared it unconstitutional to punish abortion more from a P correspondent Jackie Quinn. Mexico's Supreme Court unanimously annulled several provisions of the law from Coahuila State, which sits on the Texas border that had made abortion a criminal act. That decision establishes a historic precedent and the head of the court says it obligates all of the country's judges to rule the same. Way in similar cases, or they'd be violating the constitution. Most of Mexico's 32 states penalize abortion in the heavily Roman Catholic country. This decision comes one week after Texas banned all abortions. If medical professionals could detect cardiac activity in the fetus. I'm Jackie Quinn, 8 52. Have you seen any zebras running around your neighborhood recently? We're not kidding. If you did. You are not seeing things. Police in Prince George's County have been getting reports about zebras running loose. Our partners at NBC four say their chopper just today spotted group this afternoon roaming around upper Marlboro, But authorities say the most recent zebra report came at the end of last month, and they haven't received one since. It is still unknown where the animals came from. C C hosted a ceremonial ribbon cutting today for the new Frederick Douglas.

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"coahuila" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:40 min | 2 months ago

"coahuila" Discussed on AP News

"Thank you. Mr President. Biden admits to being surprised by the damage. He knows that the hurricane was fueled by climate change. And the nation needs to change its infrastructure to deal with the growing threat. I think we're one of those inflection points where we act, or we're gonna be, we're gonna be in real real trouble. Our kids are going to be in real trouble. Despite months of protests by Democrats, Republican governor of Texas signs a bill overhauling the state's election laws. A piece Ben Thomas reports Election integrity is now law in the Senate. Kevin or Greg Abbott maintains the law will make it easier to vote in Texas, providing more time for early voting and more flexibility on election Day, But he does expect it to be challenged in court and upheld No one Who is eligible to vote will be denied the opportunity to vote. It does, however, make it harder for cheaters to cast and illegal ballot. Those are the kinds principles that the courts will uphold. White House press secretary Jen Psaki says President Biden stands with Texans who have already begun filing lawsuits in federal court. I'm Ben Thomas. A Colorado judge orders a state mental health evaluation for the man accused of killing 10 people at a Boulder supermarket in March to determine whether he's competent to proceed with the case. Evaluation is meant to determine whether Ahmed Ali Ah, Lisa understands court proceedings and to assist his lawyers in his defense, separate from a plea of not guilty by reason of insanity, which hinges on whether someone's mental health prevents them from knowing right from wrong when a crime was committed. This is a P news The Texas right to Life website was brought down by memes fake information and prank photos by social networkers protesting the state's new abortion law that allows private citizens to sue abortion providers and others. Help a woman obtained an early pregnancy abortion. Mexico's Supreme Court overturns an anti abortion law. Mexico's Supreme Court unanimously annulled several provisions of the law from Coahuila state, which sits on the Texas border that had made abortion a criminal act. That decision establishes a historic precedent. And the head of the court says it obligates all of the country's judges to rule the same way in similar cases or they'd be violating the constitution. Most of Mexico 32 States penalize abortion in the heavily Roman Catholic country. This decision comes one week after Texas banned all abortions if medical professionals could detect cardiac activity in the fetus. I'm Jackie Quinn, I'm Tim Maguire. AP News This Labor Day. Put an end to junk sleep right.

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"coahuila" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

04:58 min | 9 months ago

"coahuila" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"coahuila" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"coahuila" Discussed on KGO 810

"Or to effectively. You know, do it proper nationwide search. Um, you know, Mexico was very authoritarian government years ago, and it's still really on the democratic transition. It just hasn't been able to really build ineffective justice system and that is one of the central problems, but it's facing Shouldn't there be international help in that regard? I mean, the United States, of course, comes to mind because that's our government. But surely there are organizations, international organizations, well respected organizations, Inter pol, although I don't know if they would, because it may be something that is only involving Mexicans and Interpol might be something that requires, you know an international crimes where they cross their own borders. But it seems as if there should be some sort of assistance that could come from outside of Mexico to help them to be able to manage this enormous crisis. Yes, well, you know, there's a couple kinds of assistance that do exist. So the U. S government has provided resource this for forensic labs and forensic training and things like that, Uh, you know, trying to, um, you know, fund some efforts to simply provide more experts even to help go through all these bodies because they're just overwhelmed. Um, And then there's teams from different countries that have been expert in these things like Argentina in Guatemala. They both had dirty wars. Back in the Cold War era. So they had anthropologists develop this expertise and identifying bodies and in bones and so on. So there is some of that going on, Um On. There's there's talk about creating a bigger mechanism to bring in more international experts because Mexico's simply doesn't have enough forensic experts to deal with, you know, a massive pileup of bodies. I love that. I love the American countries that may be willing to assist here. One of the questions I was going to ask you is, if the remains ever will be identified. I mean, you may have a registry of the people who are missing. But how do you put those individuals with the remains? Maybe they're going to do some form of DNI testing. But how difficult will that be? Um, e? I mean, how much do you have of the person who died before they died or before they were disappeared to match up with any evidence that you could get from didna testing, and that is a very expensive endeavor. I would think. You're absolutely right. So there are efforts to have you no family members go and contribute that Vienna, right? You know, saliva, hair samples, that kind of thing right? But when a body is found, and I and they do the DNA's a testing on it, they can hopefully make a match. So proud. That problem is simply You know, they're just really gearing up on trying to get a d n a testing of the families. Some of the families are reluctant to participate. They know that in some areas the government is part of the disappearing so they keep their distance. Um, but yeah, And then the other problem, you know, again in Coahuila, where I went, so the safest at the time were so brutal. They Uh, would chop up the bodies of their victims and burn them in big oil drums. So what you have is a little tiny pieces fragments the size of like peppercorns, Right? And some of them are too burned to get Diana out of, or they've been exposed to the sun. Which kind of leeches. You know the DEA out. Um s so there's all these technical problems in in in taking didna from Ah body that Yeah, really now in tiny little pieces, right? Um And then, uh, yeah, Matching it with, you know, you need ideally more than just one parent you need, you know, Ideally, two parents and a sibling or something like that, Like like having one person is not necessarily enough to make a match, So it's a very complicated process. So sad. You know the pictures that Cos of the peace It shows some of those little pebbles and you know, my first question was. How do you even know those air human remains? They just look like pebbles. They look like little rocks. You're absolutely right on by mothers have become really expert. What they do is they take these big kind of screens. Uh, imagine like a screen from a window, but you turn it on its side and they will take the remains and put it on a screen for the dirt fall through, right, And then they go through and they identify into the bones are particularly hard. Um, sometimes they scrapped it against the surface because, you know The bone would be one thing if Stone will do another. Sometimes that can pick out keep, But they've become really expert in, um determining what's what, and then they put what they think of the bones aside and then an expert later goes through to confirm that, in fact, their body parts finding these bodies Aaron so many little pieces that they don't actually count them. They weigh them they way how many pounds of human remains are there? And it's just it seems like there have to be millions of those little pebbles. And how do you I'm how do you didna test all of that? You just It just seems like an impossible task. Listen, I don't take up too much more of your time. I do want to ask you one other question, though, And I do want to tell people Please read this piece on look at the pictures and hear the heartache. The piece is called on The Washington Post website. It's headlined the search for the disappeared points to Mexico's darkest secrets. You know. Ah, Lot of this is based in the drug wars. As as you pointed out the beginning of the drug wars. There's a lot of talk about Mexico, um, embracing legalization..

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"coahuila" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"coahuila" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Did you let those planes go back in the air so bowling could make money that's the only reason he is the safety commissioner and he exposed the public to an unacceptable risk which he uses the words in his testimony just see our interviews with the family of sinus doom out including consumer activist Ralph Nader her great uncle you can go to democracy now dot org the trump administration separated more than nine hundred children from their parents at the U. S. Mexico border since a San Diego federal judge ordered a halt to the practice last summer that's according to the American civil liberties union in a court filing Tuesday which claims the federal government is abusing its discretion to determine what makes a parent and fit in his motion ACLU attorney legal learnt said quote this issue has reached a critical juncture hundreds of children some literally just babies are being irreparably damage because their parent may have committed a minor offense in the past even a traffic offense he said in Mexico a Salvadoran migrant was shot to death in front of his eight year old daughter by Mexican police and the northern state of Coahuila on Wednesday night according to witnesses the father and his daughter along with at least eight others waiting for a train to continue their journey to apply for asylum in the United States one Mexican immigration agents and federal police raided the group and started shooting agents also separated a two year old toddler from their mother according to a local migrant shelter in a statement the shelter says quote the persecution of migrants in Mexico has reached an unsustainable extreme we demand an end to this institutional cruelty which is taking lives and leaving children orphaned as well as separating families and causing so much suffering provoked by the Mexican state they said in Texas Congress member well heard said Thursday he will not seek reelection in twenty twenty is the only black Republican in the house of representatives last month he was one of just four house Republicans to vote in favor of a resolution condemning president trump's racist attacks on for freshman congresswoman of color a nineteen seventy one audio recording made by Richard Nixon has been made public revealing then California governor in future president Ronald Reagan calling African people monkeys as president Nixon laughs in agreement in the recorded phone call Reagan is heard using the racist slur about African delegates to the United Nations who voted to state representatives from the people's Republic of China rather than the U. S. backed government in exile in Taiwan.

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"coahuila" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"coahuila" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Gallagher. It'll be up to Donald Trump to appropriately address the lie the vicious lie that Joe Biden is perpetuating with his campaign announcement today, the Donald Trump shocked the world by saying there were fine people on both sides. Yeah, you're a liar. And you know, people are afraid to stand up for this because they don't want to be portrayed as a big at. Nobody likes to be called a bigot. But this makes me so angry the biggest fear. I had was the Joe Biden was going to be reasonable. He's not he's going to be just as crazy as the rest of let's start with Howard on the Mike Gallagher show Twenty-three past the player in a privilege. Thanks howard. Appreciate that very much. I have a letter. I have a letter that was written by great Vikram grandfather to his mother from the battlefield and chances fill that will tell you the heart of the south in what it was all about. Eighteen eighteen sixty three mother. I send you the porkers of the Yankee general some Coahuila fought the fight before this conflict in. I found him on the battlefield Virginia. Quote. Farewell mother I have less freedom calls. I must've been in embattled Paris trust in heaven. By country calls shall I refuse to lend a helping hand? No as long as I will fight for southern land. These people for the last two years, they gate mine car family, heritage and make me into some kind of evil person for severe even your evil because where because you're a southerner because because of of your geography because you you want to honor your family because you don't want to disparage the people who fought for what they thought at the time was the right thing. I mean to denigrate this happens all the time. What do you think Hollywood does every day southerners are just a bunch of toothless barefoot people without any running water? It's the biggest joke in Hollywood, you can denigrate Christians, you can denigrate southerners and no-one supposed to push back. The difference is and what Biden's gonna find out this guy. Donald Trump's gonna push back. Unlike the mitt Romney's of the world who have sappy smile on their face, and they wouldn't say, you know, what if they had a mouthful that'll. Trump will have no problem taking job out Biden down a few a few pegs over this. In fact, would have the clip that that Lance you've been you you just shared. We have that paths. Here's Donald Trump addressing the lie that he said, they were fine, Nazis in Charlottesville. You're changing history, you're changing culture, and you had people, and I'm not talking about the Neo Nazis, and the white nationalist because they should be condemned totally, but you had many people in that group other than Neo, Nazis and white nationalist. Okay. And the press has treated them absolutely unfairly now in the other group. Also, you had some fine people. But you also had troublemakers and you see them come with with the blackout fits and with the helmet. And with the baseball, bats. That that's the president clarifying and explaining it. And you know, here he is nobody points out. He actually has condemned the Neo Nazis. Joe Biden is perpetuating the light. Listen, President Trump's going to be in good shape with this. This is the row Joe Biden is going to go. I absolutely like Trump's chances John you're next up. How you doing John? Yes. Mike, listen. I don't think that people reading him probably. This is the old Biden of years ago, even even eight years ago, he is h considerably since then. I think that's one of the reasons why he did the video he's capable standing up there and making an announcement then taking questions from the crowd. Listen, I I absolutely revere and respect senior citizens. I know how many contributions seniors many many cases continue to make to this day. We've never had a president who will be in his eighties as president now ever now. Whether that's going to be a factor. Not we're going to have to wait and see I believe that you have your your position has some merit. Hey, we've created a unique way for you. To learn how to understand Christianity. And Judaism, we want to invite.

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"coahuila" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"coahuila" Discussed on KOMO

"Thirty two year old off the aircraft. According to the police report hitting data agent in the head spinning at airport employees and responding officers as she was taken into custody for strained in a wheelchair because she repeatedly kits and finally taken into an awaiting squad car. Battery charge against Gonzales is a misdemeanor. We reached out to her for comment, but did not get a response. Marci Gonzales, ABC news, Los Angeles. The European Union says it's reaction will be strong. If US authorities conclude that European cars are a threat to national security, Charles de LA desma with more. Komo's department is expected to issue soon an opinion on whether auto imports endanger national security enough to justify import taxes. The president within have ninety days to decide whether to impose them now. The us Margarita Schinas says if the US goes ahead with actions detrimental to European Expos. The European Commission would react in a swift. And adequate Mana Brussels and Washington have been trying to work out a trade deal. The progress has been slow I'm Charleston. The desma of the next up for a caravan of central Americans who arrived at the Rio Grande is to climb aboard. Another bus bound for a different part of northern Mexico. ABC's Jim Ryan says an improvised shelter. For nearly two thousand migrants being shut down in south, Texas. Sheriff Tom Schmerber visited the remodeled factory were about seventeen hundred migrants were being held in address negroes Mexico. He found a quiet seen a lot of people their families with kids there. They had them separated. Less than two weeks later a scuffle between the police and military guards. The governor in Coahuila state says the shelter is being closed. The people living there bus to adjacent states to await their chance to seek asylum in the US Jim Ryan ABC news, Dallas,.

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"coahuila" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:17 min | 3 years ago

"coahuila" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is on immigration the next step for a caravan of central Americans who have arrived in south Texas is the climate board. Another bus bound for a different part of northern Mexico. When south Texas sheriff, Tom Schmerber visited the remodeled factory whereabouts. Seventeen hundred migrants were being held in P address, Negra Mexico. He found a quiet seen a lot of people their families with kids. They're the head them separated. Less than two weeks later a scuffle between the migrants and police and military guards. The governor in Coahuila state says the shelter is being closed. The people living there bus to Jason states to await their chance to seek asylum in the US, Jim Ryan ABC news. Dallas a strong reaction continues to pour and after President Trump's national emergency declaration Friday, supporting the emergency declaration Trump ally. Senator Lindsey Graham, South Carolina, Republican on CBS his face the nation, citing opioid addiction thousands of Americans died last year dying this year 'cause we can't control the flow of drugs into this country and all of his coming across the border data from US customs and border protection says most illegal drugs, come in through legal ports of entry Senator Chris coons, Delaware democrat says of congress we should take action to disapprove of this excessive use of executive power no word if there's enough votes to override a presidential veto Chuck Sivertsen. ABC news lawsuits are expected to be filed. Try and stop the president's order. But Arizona, congressman Andy Biggs told KTAR's Chad Benson. He doesn't like those chances sixty almost emergency declarations since mid by teach seventies. Every president has declared the twenty two away power is so broad that. I think he's gonna win under lawsuits. Big says, he's not a big fan of presidents declaring emergencies as a rule, but congress needs to start making tough decisions. President Trump today is expected to address the crisis in Venezuela. I spoke with several visiting Venezuelans who say their fellow countrymen desperately hope United States will send more humanitarian aid. And if necessary soldiers to oust president, nNcholas Maduro and favor of the man. President Trump calls the true leader of that country. That's ABC's Pete combs with the president will speak today in Miami. Arizona state superintendent of public instruction. Kathy Hoffman is reflecting on her first five weeks on the job. Hoffman told KTAR is to think tank. The state legislature is still trying to micromanage Arizona school. Almost every single piece of legislation coming through the is related to education is micromanaging teachers in the classroom. She says state lawmakers need to keep in mind. What may work in one school in Phoenix may not work at a school in other parts of the state? Go ahead, and Mark your calendars and national Alzheimer's event is happening right here in the valley and just a couple of weeks, president of the Alzheimer's foundation of America. Charles for Shillo describes the event to connect individuals with information about Alzheimer's disease caregivers and the general public about related programs support service, and what's the current state of research? The event is free. It will take place at the Marriott beauts from nine AM until one thirty on March twelfth they'll also offer free memory screenings throughout the event. They last about ten minutes. KTAR news time seven thirty seven update on traffic..

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"coahuila" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

07:15 min | 3 years ago

"coahuila" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Those of you who are going to be encountering police officers whether willingly or unwillingly. Willingly because they're a family member or neighbor. Unwillingly because you get pulled over for speeding. Their hearts are heavy at a time like this as are other family members, a kind word goes a long way be patient. Is it moments? Like this that police officers are reminded how dangerous. Their job really is. It's also dangerous south of the border. Is Brandon Darby is reporting the individual taking over this group. Would you call this? I mean, obviously, it's a criminal organization is this more of a gang or how sophisticated is this organization. He's taking over. Well, let's that this is one of the most sophisticated Mexican drug cartels in existence looks at what's foreign previous Gulf cartel commander wanted his own Billiton paramilitary wing of his cartel. So to protect him and look out for his interest. What he did was he hired special forces from Mexico's military, many of whom have been trained in the US in another country and drug interdiction, and he hired them could be his bodyguards and his army and then his private army decided they would become their own cartel, and they began to take over territory and Mexico. So they're pretty sophisticated. They're they're about as advanced as it can get, you know, not all of them as they expanded. Obviously, they they didn't retain the quality of of fighter and soldier that you know, not all of them born special forces. But the the original ones words, and the ones who are oftentimes leadership are in this case, you know, this guy Los actually, maybe could you could lose a few pounds. So I don't think he's a special forces guy, but it's definitely one of the most ruthless Mexico, which is one of the most ruthless in the world. I think that inside they are behind Russian organized crime and possibly Italian organized crime. Fat shaming a gang leader. I am fat shaming. He does me to lose a few pounds. And I think I think that you know, I don't mind fat shaming. Cartel boss. Darby's our guests. You can follow him on Twitter, and I suggest that you do. I respect the heck out of his reporting. He puts himself in danger to do. So. And I admire the fact that he he wants to make sure these stories are getting out, and nobody else seems nor the news agency seems to want to put somebody on this beaten. It's critically important. We can't just ignore this, folks. We're far more interested in what's going on in Afghanistan and Syria, and this this is on our border, and it's spilling into into our country. You talk about a corridor. That looks at does have coming into the United States and particularly in Texas talk a little bit about their ability to influence this side of the border. Well, that's the thing is that they utilize trade, you know, the radio if if it's not the it's one of the largest ports of land ports of entry in the United States. It's what Israel rail system. I think it has the largest real quarter of entry. And so it's very vital for cartels to control it. That's why it's so violent. They're so dangerous is because cartels fight for control over that corridor. You know, I think politically it's very unpopular in Laredo to increase border security border patrol agents are popular their border barriers on popular. That's why they're not there. But it's also immediately across a forty yard five foot. Deep river from the headquarters of Los that does that's a problem. Right. So that corridors very lucrative the areas that are the most unsecured on our border are the urban areas happened to be the areas that cartels fight the most four so not only is it dangerous for us. And for our citizens, not only in Laredo, but especially across the country were more violence, manifest and more problems manifest, but it also creates recap in Mexico when we don't secure a portion and or urban portion of our border, it brings you great violence to them and nebula Laredo is the most it is be most controlled city along the border when it comes to cartels. They have. Most control over media. The most control over politicians recently killed a DA. They recently killed the attorney general's investigator opposite state investigator they recently killed a journalist. I mean, this is who we're dealing with. This is not a gang. This is a a a heavy hitting Mexican drug cartel. And now rather than being worried about tomorrow, and their long-term profit sustainability they are now being led by a man who has exhibited a willingness to throw grenades US citizens and our consulate Arctic government offices. This is a this is a big deal. It's something we should be concerned about, and I think that at the very least, you know, the state of Texas ship put out an advisory. To law enforcement on the border. Now that they realize this person is in fact, a charge. They should put out an advisory warning them that now this this organization is being led by someone shown a willingness to attack US persons and US officials you right, Brandon Darby is our guest with Breitbart news, you write about these guys. It it really is. It sounds a lot like narcos episode. I mean that that's the frame of reference. I think for a lot of people you write about their ability. Once these individuals are in prison. The few that are prosecuted in our convicted and are then sent to prison even during their short prison stays their ability to get judges and politicians to get them out of prison. I mean is Mexico really our ally against this can they control their own country. No, no. In fact, it's you know, it's important to mention many places along our border, especially in the Laredo sector, south of the Laredo sector into Weber Laredo that portion of time lupus. The Mexican government does not send in police to get cartel guys. They do not send in police to police their communities. They have to send in their navy. They have to send in the marines. Army? They have to travel in and and heavily protected. Convoys heavily armored convoys like we travel in in Afghanistan. It is a paramilitary situation. It is not a law enforcement situation going on at our border in Mexico in these regions of Mexico, the three states that are both concerns the three most populous States, South of Texas, you'd be elite us, no wherever Leon and Coahuila. This is not a law enforcement issue. This is a military issue. They are fighting para-military transnational criminal organizations at our border, Brandon Darby. Thank you for the good work. You're doing we'll post that article. It'll be up within ten minutes. You can find it at Breitbart dot com,.

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"coahuila" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

07:32 min | 3 years ago

"coahuila" Discussed on KTRH

"We just got it. We'll keep you informed as details emerge. Three officers shot in southeast Houston. Mayor has announced that the suspect is down. We don't know the condition of the three officers. And we don't care if the suspect is dead or not we hope he is. We'll get to that in a moment. But if you go to bright mart dot com, you will see their top ten stories, and what level of interest. They have elicited, and you will see that of the top ten. The number one story headline terrorist takes over key Mexican cartel on border targeted Americans that story. Has more interest than the next nine combined? The author is Brandon Darby who has covered this beat particularly Mexican violence cartel violence for years. And I appreciate the fact that he course it down the middle. First of all, Brandon. Why is nobody else reporting? Why nobody else picking up your story? This is big news. What I think the story is getting picked up by Mexican media in Mexico City. I'm on the border right now plane of those Alec raptors. But the the the story is getting picked up in Mexico City where they're safe to write about it. Now, other right-of-centre outlets are picking it up. But why mainstream media is not picking it up when it's verifiable now that we have published it they can they can see at the information is true. We we've documented that. I think they're not picking it up because it's just there. Narrative in the I think that this is one of the problems that we've been having as we consistently report on the dangers of the violence of some parts of Mexico on some parts of our border, and it's just not reported. It's not being reported. And so the majority of Americans watching mainstream news down even know what's occurring they're making policy decisions and politicians. Without having the appropriate amount of information to our to our Houston listeners. I'm being informed by HPD's officer that they believe it is five officers shot some from the gang unit in Houston. So keep their families in your prayers that they all make it out of this. Okay. We'll keep you informed as we know. We've got some folks that that have some inside knowledge of that case. We'll keep you informed. Brandon. Let's go through your actual story. Brandon Darby is our guest with Breitbart exclusive terrorist who targeted Americans takes over Mexican cartel on Texas border. What's going on here? Okay. So here's what the thirty thousand year. Okay. Is. In two thousand eight a man a cartel decided to target the US consulate because US policies were making them mad, and they decided to target the US council it by throwing in a grenade and then attacking with multiple men with automatic weapons fire. They were rebuffed the person who led that charge. And what they're doing it with others wasn't band. That goes by the name L story. Last name is long name his last name. Luna Luna names, Tori, and he was incarcerate arrested. Carson did he was given more than twenty years, which is a very big deal in Mexico where they even if you kill people usually get five to seven or something very low. He was given more than twenty years few years pass and. Members of a breakaway group from the lower cartel. Call Hales's co which became their own cartel cartel. Iskoe generation now taking over Mexico. They decided that they wanted that person out to help them with their organizing efforts in expanding their cartel. So they paid a bunch of judges. They paid a bunch of politicians that person got released from jail L. Tori, the terrorists and very recently L, Tori, was number two to someone saying L shallow out solo a toy got into conflict while the judges decided they wanted to go with Tori, abandoned, Elsa lay low to the Yucatan Elsa. Leyla got arrested by stories, and now L Tori is running the dominant faction of Los at this called CDN, which is headquartered in Laredo, and is the dominant cartel, and obviously the Laredo sector anti del Rio sector, it is the most ruthless cartel in Mexico. If you look at how they use violence. They don't have the highest murder rates, but they have some of the highest murder rate of people who are not connected the cartels, right? So they they tend to terrorize and how they rule this is the same cartel we reported, and you have beyond which I appreciate it at the time about the massacre and again day Coahuila that was this cartel were hundreds of people were were murdered and then had their bodies burned in incinerators governmental facilities, simply because they wanted to get at two people who had a certain last name. So they just killed everybody with that last name at a certain region to make sure they got family members of the people telling on them that they were mad at that is this cartel. That is what's going on? It happens to be the most open stretch of our border in an urban area. Obviously, it's not were open to the big benefactor. But it's the only urban area along the us Mexico border. That doesn't have syncing are barriers erected already. Brennan Darby's, our guests. I got a minute and a half in this segment. I wanna read a paragraph of what you wrote. Mexican law enforcement sources revealed Breitbart news at L, Tori, is the mastermind behind the gruesome murder of the leader of the old school Z faction. Louise, L wrecks or z twelve raise in Rica's LAX died inside the state prison in wave Laredo after being shanked numerous time times by CDN inmates. L Tories men then stole L. Rex's body from a funeral home placed his severed head in one ice chest. But the rest of his body divided it into three other containers, Los Zeta, then placed one ice chest outside a state prison in Tomo lupus and the three others near prisons around Monterey. L Tories men have also been singled out as the ones who left severed body parts outside a newspaper office in Tamaulipas with a series of threats against local outlets, forty seconds in this segment. We're talking about guys that are not just killing each other. They're using these severed heads to frighten off the media to keep them from covering it. The judges the. Politicians? That is correct. They are. In fact, they have gone from trying to use violence to push drug gained business and protect their business to using violence to control media into control political power in the region where they operate. Wow. Can you hold with us? Yes, sir. My first question for Brandon Darby out of the break. He is reporting on news with well sourced. Individuals. Is anybody out.

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