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Ex-embassy worker suspected of sexually assaulting 24 women

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 3 months ago

Ex-embassy worker suspected of sexually assaulting 24 women

"Hi Mike Rossi are reporting an ex embassy worker is suspected of sexually assaulting twenty four women a former U. S. embassy worker believed to have drugged and sexually assaulted as many as two dozen women has been arrested and is in custody in San Diego Brian Jeffrey Raymond is charged in one case involving an alleged assault on may thirty first at the US embassy lease department in Mexico City prosecutors anticipate more charges involving twenty three other women the F. B. I. opened an investigation after Mexican police responded to a call on may thirty first and found a woman naked and screaming from the balcony of Raymond's apartment raven who worked for the government for twenty three years in numerous countries resigned in June hi Mike Rossio

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Mexican Authorities Arrest 2 In Connection With Missing Los Angeles Firefighter

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Mexican Authorities Arrest 2 In Connection With Missing Los Angeles Firefighter

"Development in the case of a longtime firefighter who vanished more than seven weeks ago near his condo outside the Baja Baja California resort town of Rosarito. Mexican police say they have now arrested a man and a woman in connection with the disappearance of Frank Aguilar. And CBS two's Leslie Marine says investigators think the firefighter was the victim of a setup. Authorities believe angular met with the woman at a bar in took wanna before heading down to Rosarito together. That's what investigators say The couple tried to kidnap Aguilar, but he tried to escape. They believe shots were fired during the scuffle. Regulars. Blood was found at the scene. Mexican authorities say the two suspects had regulars credit card It have been used several times since his disappearance, but so far the couple denies they never met him. A young woman's

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Los Angeles firefighter missing after trip to Mexico; FBI assisting in investigation

KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore

00:31 sec | 5 months ago

Los Angeles firefighter missing after trip to Mexico; FBI assisting in investigation

"A trip a weekend trip to Mexico. This is Francisco Aguilar, and he hasn't checked in with his relatives since Friday's got a condo there in Rosarito, and apparently was just turned upside down. His daughter talk to CBS to said her dad's not answering his phone as a family were never devastated. This is very unlike him. He's always texted us whenever he Arrived in Mexico. FBI's on the case working with Mexican police on the disappearance, The man's photo is on our website can extend 70 dot com Great tenor plus it'll Domenico trying to clear his name after those multiple allegations that he

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Death of man after face mask arrest shines light on Mexican police brutality

Morning Edition

00:52 sec | 8 months ago

Death of man after face mask arrest shines light on Mexican police brutality

"Their protests in Mexico over the death of a thirty year old construction worker who died in police custody a month ago NPR's Carrie Kahn says he reportedly was arrested for not wearing a face covering amid the pandemic Geelani Lopez was arrested in the state of Jalisco on may fourth bystander video shows police wrestling him to the ground while residents shouted officers that they are abusing their authority one man is heard repeatedly shouting if you kill them we know who you are according to the state's prosecutor Lopez died of injuries resulting from beatings he also says it's not clear why Lopez was arrested none of the officers involved have been arrested and all remain on duty Mexican filmmaker Guillermo del Toro tweeted demanding justice for Giovanni Lopez the governor of Jalisco says a full investigation will be conducted Carrie Kahn NPR news

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Migrants ford river from Guatemala to Mexico

PBS NewsHour

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Migrants ford river from Guatemala to Mexico

"Hundreds of central American migrants trying to cross into southern Mexico by river today after Mexican officials denied them entry at a border bridge they waited from Guatemala to the Mexican border Mexican police in riot gear matham circle has cracked down on migration after president trump threatened sanctions and

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US family attacked on notorious stretch of Mexican highway

Bruce St. James and Pamela Hughes

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

US family attacked on notorious stretch of Mexican highway

"Mexican police are looking for the gunman who opened fire Saturday on an American family traveling I missed that stretch of highway south of the Texas border a thirteen year old U. S. citizen was killed and four relatives wounded the family and spent the holidays in central

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"mexican police" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"mexican police" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Eighteen year old was arrested and charged with killing seventeen year old Nathan Poindexter the boy's father told Denver media that the two boys had gotten into an argument a powerful winter storm is dumping heavy snow across the plains as a barrels into the upper Midwest winter storm warnings are posted from northeastern Colorado all the way to Minnesota NBC meteorologist Michele Grossman and some blowing snow and maybe even blizzard conditions so rock travel here in the middle of the country the northern plains down to the central plains yeah possible blizzard conditions in the Brzeska the Dakotas and Minnesota the Detroit Lions say the son of wide receiver Marvin Jones junior has died the statement ask the public to respect the privacy of the family as they deal with the staff you're listening to the latest from NBC news radio Mexican authorities have arrested a local police chief who's been linked to the killing of nine members of the Mormon family three women six children were shot to death on November fourth by a drug cartel in northern Mexico Mexican media outlets on Friday reported that authorities arrested a police chief in the state of Georgia on suspicion of being involved in the crime the NYPD searching for a group of suspects who kidnapped and robbed a twenty eight year old man in bed Stuy I shook Bala has more authorities say it happened around three in the morning on December twenty first near no string down you in Herkimer street surveillance video shows the suspects grabbing the victim forcing him into a Honda Odyssey and firing a gun in another person.

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Mexican Police Chief Arrested in Massacre of Mormon Family

News, Traffic and Weather

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Mexican Police Chief Arrested in Massacre of Mormon Family

"Mexican authorities have arrested a local police chief who's been linked to the killing of nine members of a Mormon family three women and six children were shot to death on November fourth by a drug cartel in northern Mexico Mexican media outlets on Friday reported that authorities arrested the police chief in the state of Chihuahua lets his vision of being involved in

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Mexican Police Chief Arrested in Massacre of Mormon Family

Real Estate 101 with Mary Gill

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Mexican Police Chief Arrested in Massacre of Mormon Family

"Mexican authorities have arrested a local police chief who's been linked to the killing of nine members of the Mormon family three women and six children were shot to death on November fourth by a drug cartel in northern Mexico Mexican media outlets on Friday reported that authorities arrested a police chief in the state of Chihuahua on suspicion of being involved in the

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14 Mexican police officers murdered by suspected cartel gunmen in bloody ambush

BBC World Service

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

14 Mexican police officers murdered by suspected cartel gunmen in bloody ambush

"We'll sorties in Mexico he said the army has killed fourteen civilians and a soldier in a gun fight in the west to stay to Gatto the state government said soldiers were responding to an emergency it comes a day off to fourteen police officers were killed in the state to make sure I can the BBC's will grounds reports the apparent clash took place in temple chica the municipality close to the city of Iguala the authorities also report that a high velocity weapons and three stolen vehicles were recovered at the site such as the murky situation these fine and states it's hard to know at this stage if this attack bears any relation to the killing of the police officers in Michoacan analysts say that the highly school new generation content is trying to expand its operations in this part of Mexico and is engaged in a worsening conflict with other cartels and the security forces in the region

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 Mexican police find 75 migrants in border town safe house

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Mexican police find 75 migrants in border town safe house

"Mexican federal police have found seventy five central American migrants hidden at a safe house in a border town outside ran so that's just across the border from McAllen Texas the migrants included twenty six miners most from Honduras with some from Guatemala and El Salvador Mexico's public safety departments as police acted on a tip from US

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Border arrests rose to nearly 133K in May as surge continues

KNX Evening News

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Border arrests rose to nearly 133K in May as surge continues

"New numbers from US customs and border protection about how many migrants were arrested last month after illegally crossing the southern border more than one hundred and thirty two thousand CBS news chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cortez says that's the highest total since two thousand and six customs officials are calling it a full blown emergency fueled by a surge in families. Trying to cross the border since January roughly four hundred forty thousand migrants have been apprehended, that's more than the entire population of Cleveland, Ohio. Mexico could stop it. They have to stop it. Otherwise, we'd just won't be able to do this in Ireland. President Trump threw down the gauntlet he vowed to slap tariffs on all Mexican goods next week. If Mexico doesn't do more to prevent illegal migration around two hundred Mexican police and immigration agents blocked. The advance of about a thousand Central American immigrants on a southern highway

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In Mexico, migrants turn to 'The Beast' after highway raids

The Michael Medved Show

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

In Mexico, migrants turn to 'The Beast' after highway raids

"In Washington. Mexican police raids the grabbed up hundreds of migrants has dissolved a caravan of some three thousand central Americans leading them to look for other ways to try to get north including hitching a ride on a freight train known as the beast. Dozens of police checkpoints dot the highways of southern Mexico. Now, many migrants are turning to the railway as a way to reach the US despite its notorious history of migrants killed or mangled falling from train letters or the top of box.

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 Migrants fearful after hundreds arrested in Mexico raid

Tom Sullivan

04:47 min | 1 year ago

Migrants fearful after hundreds arrested in Mexico raid

"That Mexico is cracking down on migrants and Mike. Caravan's? They're actually they back. They crackdown migra caravan and the largest single raid sense, these caravans have been going through Mexico so Mexican police and immigration agents. Have have detained hundreds of Central American by grits in the largest single rate on a caravan police targeted isolated groups at the tail end of caravan of about three thousand migrants they were making their way through the southern state of Chiapas with hopes of getting to the United States. So as they gathered under some shade trees, very hot day outside the city of Pige PG Japan boy, botched that I'm sure of federal Mexican federal police came up in patrol trucks, and vans and forcibly wrestled women men and children into the vehicles. They were then driven to buses. For subsequent transportation to an immigration station for deportation. According to Associated Press journalists that are on the scene, they say as many as five hundred migrants may have been picked up in this particular rate so five hundred at the tail end of a three thousand group caravan. And this is why they go and caravans not because of this. They go and care vans because it's dangerous to make that trek all by yourself. That's why they use social media to figure out let's get together. And I want to go to the United States anybody else want to go and away they go with getting a big group together. That's why they do what is for safety. But if you are a straggler. I don't know what this is about. And you heard Tom home insane. I'm not sure. But this may be. Finally, making some progress about stopping the people from coming through Mexico to come up to the United States. He went on to say that the current immigration problem is really truly unprecedented. Look, I'll say this. I done this for thirty four years. I started board from nineteen eighty four. This is the worst I've ever seen it. Now has it been years where they arrested more than mainland? Yeah. There has been here for the rest of more than decade ago decades ago, but we got remembered ninety five percent of those arrests were Mexican nationals that were processed removed with an hour when I was aboard to aging I call it the same ailing three or four times on one shift. So that may was really mad. I was probably half man just entered multiple times. But this by far is worse have ever seen in because this one man people they're coming, and they're not going home because they're taking advantage of the side of laws. They can think years again removed. This is this is a crisis that I've never seen before this. Level. Yeah. So yeah, it's kind of interesting. He said, you know, they were mostly Mexican males travelling by themselves. They would detain them send them back over the border, and then they would try and sneak back in again, he's we catch them two or three times sometimes, but. That's not what we have. Now, the laws had that incentive for you to bring your children and your spouse. So you come as a family, and they know how that works, and they know the rules are they know the floors agreement. They know all that Joe is no longer mostly is not messed Mexican. Anyway, there's some Mexicans but mostly Central America. And they're coming in families. They got this down to a science. So either we at the change the laws to make it. So that we don't have an incentive for them. Or we have to have some help from Mexico. I don't know what you think about Mexico doing this because Mexico has tough immigration laws. They pick these people up societas press. They're wrestling with these people to put them into vans. Take them off the buses and drive them to deportation centers, and I presume the next stop on that the bus is on the other side of the border in Guatemala. So are you okay? With that if Mexico does it. Or is it only mean if we do it?

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Mexico And Chiapas discussed on John Williams

John Williams

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Mexico And Chiapas discussed on John Williams

"Sight Mexican police and immigration agents have detained hundreds of Central American migrants in the biggest single rate on a migrant caravan since the group started moving through Mexico last year police targeted the tail end of a catamaran of about three thousand migrants they were in the southern state of Chiapas they were forced onto buses presumably to

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"mexican police" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Them by the Mexican police say the woman is a prostitute. And did not know her attacker were allegedly was a dispute over money which prompted the slashing her injuries are described as minor pressure is growing on Virginia's Lieutenant governor Justin Fairfax to step down over sexual assault allegations ABC's Zachary quiche reports from Richmond Vanessa Tyson claims Fairfax forced her to perform oral sex back in two thousand four and Meredith Watson says Fairfax raped her in two thousand both were students at Duke Fairfax, saying the interactions were consensual. He's calling for the FBI to investigate the accusations as many continued to call for his resignation. Fairfax now faces the threat of impeachment lawyers for both women released statements saying their clients are ready and prepared to testify at impeachment hearings should the article pass Zachary quiche ABC news Richmond. Virginia. US Senator Chuck Schumer is proposing legislation to combat substance sentinel, the drug is considered many times stronger than heroin and has been linked to overdose. It's the New York Democrat is pushing a Bill that would put sanctions on China for years. Chinese laboratories have been cooking up formulas of death. And some of them are major drug companies in China, and they export fennel to New York and other places that killed tens of thousands of people. The so called sentinel sanctions act would also call on foreign drug traffickers to be identified and banned from using American banks, the US and China are currently negotiating a trade deal and trying to reach an agreement by early next month. The annual Valentine's Day tour of a Brooklyn sewer treatment plan is sold out. Again, this year gnome Laden has more the lovebirds tour of the Newtown creek wastewater facility sold out in just sixteen minutes is four hundred people grab tickets tour guides will show couples how the wastewater treatment plant works for me. Personally. It's important to just love the infrastructure of the world around us those tour guides will also give lovers Gerard dead. Romantic view of the city from the treatment plants one hundred and twenty with high op survey shin deck no-one Laden for seven ten w award. A winter storm is in the forecast for New York City. Meteorologists say the snow will begin falling tonight and continue into Tuesday morning, sports and weather next. Wwl news time to four lately, it seems like everything we use everyday is getting upgrade from the bed. We sleep in to the razor we use when we wake up, but we've neglected one of the more impulsive products in a daily routine that old worn out toothbrush..

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"mexican police" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

07:19 min | 2 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Live listeners and during our live show, you can get on the air with us and sound almost like you're sitting here in the studio with you tonight, by the way in that studio. It's Ian, Melanie. All right. So let's get into the news headlines that I teased an hour and a half ago on free talk live, which is fine. Because that's you know, we like participation Mexico City the story coming from the Associated Press is Amy Guthrie filed on Sunday an American anarchists. Who went by the name, John golden was shot dead. Do you think that was his given name I'm guessing that was shot dead at his home in the Mexican resort of Acapulco? Apparently the entire city of Acapulco is a resort. According to the Associated Press. Sending today. No, sending shivers through a tightknit anti-establishment community of ex patriots that organizes events in the violence torn retreat with seminars on topics such as how to make money via crypto currencies woman describing herself as John's partner Lilley said be a social media that she saw the gunman goes straight for John and his friend Jason Henza age forty three ENZA made it to a private hospital with bullet wounds in his armpit leg and hand the hospital said he checked out the same day Mexican police found equipment to process drugs glass pipes and marijuana plants at the home now equipment to process drugs. Can mean a lot of things in the US a community a lot of things. I don't know what it could mean in Mexico. Yeah. I mean processing drugs, they make it sound like it's some sort of big operation. They could've simply had a scale or glider. Right. Right. So it might not have even been to sell drugs. But that has really buy your way out of that. And Mexico's criminal charge drugs, by your way out of drugs. What? Yeah. But he was shot by people. What do you mean, by your way out of drugs? Like if the cops who like, I see drugs, and you're like, here's one hundred dollars bribe in the cops. Sure, this guy's unfortunately, dead at this point. So he wasn't able to bribe his way out of the whatever gang. It was decided to take his life and attempt to take the life of his buddy. It wasn't able to bribe his way out. I he was this charged the guy who was the other guy was district. Oh, yes. They attempted to take the life of his buddy. So this is the same people who a few days ago. It was like they refused to hire a hitman. So he shot them. That's the same group of people. So I don't know what nobody knows what the actual story is here. Right. But yes, it's the same only one anarchist has been killed in Acapulco, thus far that we know of as far as in a in a shooting or whatever same event though the shooting. You mean? Yeah. Yes. And as far as events are concerned, these are the organizers apparently of four co which is a four event from anarchy Polko that started. I think last year was the first time they did anarchy four co it comes after an Arca polka which is the event that I will be broadcasting from along with Mark coming up here in about ten days from now, so an Arca forego came off of that. And the idea was they thought anarchy polka was getting too. Kind of corporate or whatever. But to get back into the city of Acapulco rather than be cloistered off at a resort, basically. Because if you're gotta in our in our poco, then you're if you stay at the resort, you don't actually get to an to Acapulco you come into the airport, you take a cab into the resort and you stay in the resort. If you want to stay out of Acapulco, if you think Acapulco like super dangerous or whatever. But if you actually want to get out into the city, you gotta leave the resort property. So there's I like going out into the city because that's the real polka. Right. Like, that's where you go and get cheap. Tacos at a top Correa or go shopping or or whatever. And there's a cliff divers, and there's all kinds of neat stuff to go around and do but saying that they found equipment to process drugs. We don't know what that really means. I mean marijuana plants again, they could have had three plants in the closet growing. It doesn't necessarily mean that they had an entire operation. He could have had a spoon. Yeah, I've tried with in the US charges drug paraphernalia. Like, really silly things. He had one ziplock bag spoon right ice cream on it. But it was for math or if you have two bags of marijuana all of a sudden, you're a dealer charge in the United States. So again, we don't know exactly if it's true that these people were dealing, but that's the rumor all right? So that's what that's what I've heard from well remark as the rumor he hasn't said for sure in fact, he says that maybe they weren't actually dealing. But if that were the case, then what's the deal with this person who shot them? What's that all about is it just a crazy person? Because that's it's one or the other right? You either have a lunatic who for whatever reason decided to shoot an anarchist or a couple of anarchists. And I've heard the rumors about this person that they met claim they were anarchists. But maybe they weren't or whatever who knows I don't know anything about this person. Or was it an actual land shooting against a competitor? Because they were us allegedly selling cocaine and marijuana. I mean, so I would want to stay away from there's no evidence that they shot him because he was an eater. I don't wanna say every time something bad happens to an anarchist. It was a targeted thing. That's ridiculous. The targeting. A bad thing is not a random shooting. They didn't just randomly bust into somebody's house and blow away a couple teams more likely to me that it was drug related seems like it does it was because he was anarchist now whether or not this crazy alleged crazy person, whoever is the suspected killer or the person who ordered the hit or whatever what they're deal is. I don't know. And again, everything I'm hearing is third is hearsay. And that's true of the person writing this article here, by the way, which gets into a little bit of opinion about anarchists. So we'll continue Lillian Henza both posted videos to Facebook immediately after the shooting lily screamed, I really need help. Somebody please come in his post, a bearded hens us said in a blood spattered shirt. We were attacked been shot three times. I'm not doing. So good. Now. This is interesting, right. The idea of you've just been shot. So you got to face post on Facebook. No, look, if they're true anarchist, right? Then they wouldn't go to the police, I suppose that is that is that how that works. It might be in Mexico. I don't know enough about Mexico, but the police really going to help you in this circumstance the especially if you're a drug dealer. So that would be a bad idea to go to the police, you're not prohibited from using state services. No, no, I understand that. But the pure the purest anarchists would proudly not go to the police, even while, you know, bleeding out just sit here bleeding. Is more worried about their inner coast street credit, whether or not they bleed out on the side of the road would have this thing about not calling nine one..

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Migrant caravan begins to cross peacefully into Mexico

America Trends

02:11 min | 2 years ago

Migrant caravan begins to cross peacefully into Mexico

"And we walked with this group all the way across through this entry right here. This portal in a gate that is now locked was wide open. There was no lock on it whatsoever. And they all walked onto the streets of Mexico. I believe we have the photos, you can see I took a before. And after photo, our producer, Chris. Get the gates opened and then closed so you can see how a thousand caravan migrants from Honduras Guatemala, Salvador, injured, freely New Mexico without a single Mexican police officer or immigration official standing in their way still to this hour. We do not have any Mexican police or immigration officials trying to enforce any sort of bridge security. We did talk off camera to an official told us that they just wanted to quote, not confront the migrants in wanted them to feel welcomed in not threaten. But again, you just have to wonder reporter embedded with that caravan, which is now made its way into Mexico overnight, some twelve to eighteen hundred people in it the March for life took place in Washington DC today. It was the forty six annual largely ignored as always by the mainstream media thousands of pro-lifers, though, took to the National Mall with the theme. Prolife is pro science and people with a lot of signs. Thank you mom for choosing life. There were also other rallies dinners and prayer gatherings. Going on all around the all a part of the March for life going on all day Friday and throughout this week. Did you see the viral video of that gymnast? Wow. She was having a good time a UCLA gymnast. Her name is Caitlin. The twenty one year old scored a perfect ten for this floor routine. We're about to show you. She seemed to be having the time of her life, some twelve million views since Saturday, take a look.

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Pelosi clinches speaker nomination; needs to find more votes by Jan. 3

World News This Week

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Pelosi clinches speaker nomination; needs to find more votes by Jan. 3

"To end those tax credits. House minority leader Nancy Pelosi is poised. To regain the speakership early. Next year, the California congresswoman clearing a major hurdle here again ABC's. Kenneth Moton at the capitol. Thirty two Democrats voted against nominating Nancy Pelosi for speaker of the house diversity is our strength. But I is our power before the crucial democratic caucus vote. The longtime leader chose to focus on the majority who voted yes, I'm very very just so inspired by and to grateful to my colleagues Lucy has worked today before the January third vote on the house floor where she will need to hundred eighteen votes to become speaker. The reason is because mississippians know me, and they know my heart and thank you for stepping up. Mississippi Republican senators Cindy, Hyde Smith who won this week's runoff election against democrat. Mike Espy amid charges of racism more from ABC's Mary Bruce Smith in fisted, she will represent all of Mississippi after winning this race, which was rocked by regional controversy. She came under intense fire for her comments on public hangings. She made clear she is eager to move on. She's now the first woman elected to congress in the state's history, and she told supporters she's a cowgirl who can roll with the punches while her opponent urge his supporters to continue to raise their voices against injustice. This was the final Senate race to be called. And now give Senate Republicans net gain of two seats expanding their majority to fifty three seats. Democrats forty-seven all over in the house. The Democrats have now flipped. A whopping thirty nine seats giving them a very comfortable majority throat a possible government shutdown month looms over congress arguing over border security funds this week teargas turned back migrants rushing the US Mexico border ABC's Matt Gutman's been with the caravan of thousands more than one hundred migrants deported following those violent clashes in the border town of T one. A peaceful protest turning chaotic when hundreds of Central American migrants. First clashed with Mexican police rushed the border fence. They were meant a wall of tear-gas unleashed by heavily-armed US agents behind coils of concertina wire there is an enormous amount of discouragement here among the migrants other about five thousand people here. Now that number's expected swell to about nine thousand in the coming days, but many now understand that it is going to be incredibly difficult to make it into the United States. At least legally they understand asylum is a long shot and storming the fence as they did between the Guatemala, and Mexico borders, that's not gonna work here. Some people are going to try to get their way in illegally smuggling using Cochise. Others are going to go home major damage reported in and around Anchorage Alaska following a massive seven magnitude earthquake Friday buckling buildings and roads suspending rail travel in briefly shutting the airport ABC's Alec stone with more as you're quake was hitting a FedEx Boeing trip. Seven was landing in Anchorage when the air traffic controller and mid quake guild for the jumbo jet to cancel his landing. The audio from live ATC dot net. There was confusion. And then finally an answer from the tower forty nine round. After the quake planes were held in the sky while the tower evacuated the president says the federal government will spare no expense to help. Mr. Trump is pooh-poohing last week's silver report on climate change here again as ABC's Jonathan Karl President Trump dismissed the report written by scientists from thirteen federal agencies and released by his administration the day after thanksgiving. It's a report that warns climate change is already taking toll record wildfires in California. Stronger hurricanes crop failures in the mid west. The report bluntly warns of more to come including threats to air quality and the transmission of disease and says if steps aren't taken to limit the release of carbon into the atmosphere economic consequences will be devastating a ten percent loss to the economy worse than the great recession. We asked the president about it. Mr. I if you read the climate report yet I've seen it. I've read some of it, and it's fine. But they say economic impact could be devastating. You don't believe it. No, no. I don't believe it right now, we're at cleanest we've ever been very important Jimmy, but if went plead, but every other place, our nurses, dirty. That's not so good. Marriott says it's been the victim of a four year. Cyberattack ABC's. Aaron Katersky has details. Marriott discovered only recently that hackers penetrated a Starwood guest reservation database in twenty fourteen and had been siphoning credit card numbers passport numbers and other customer information ever since hundreds of millions

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Mexico, US And Three Day discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:19 sec | 2 years ago

Mexico, US And Three Day discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

"Yesterday, a hunger strike has been launched at the US Mexico border by some Central American. Grunts in the caravan. The three day hunger strike is in response to Mexican police who stopped a number of migrants approaching the L shopper all border crossing on Thursday. Many of those in the caravan are waiting harsh conditions in order to gain work permits in Mexico or to apply for

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US, Mexico And Kristen Holmes discussed on Rob Pratte

Rob Pratte

00:42 sec | 2 years ago

US, Mexico And Kristen Holmes discussed on Rob Pratte

"Nearly seventy migrants were arrested on both sides of the US Mexico border crossing Sunday at Tijuana that followed was followed by President Trump reiterating is called for congress to fund a border wall. As Kristen Holmes has the latest from Washington. On the southern border as thousands of Central American migrants seeking asylum in the US hope to enter the country through Mexico in esscalation Sunday border patrol agents firing tear-gas at migrants, including women and children after a protest devolved into chaos. Hundreds of migrants overwhelming Mexican police and blockades attempting

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"mexican police" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on Here & Now

"You are I'm Jeremy Hobson. I'm Robin young. It's here now, and we want to check in at that border between Sani seed rose south of San Diego and Tijuana Mexico where thirty nine migrants were arrested yesterday trying to breach the wire on the US border fence agents on the US side responding with tear gas, which hit women and children. They were all part of a group of five thousand migrants waiting in a stadium in Tijuana to legally seek asylum at this official port of entry several hundred of them were marching peacefully from the stadium to the crossing but were stopped by Mexican police. The Christopher Sherman was there still is today. He's on a rough phone line. But we want his eyewitness account, and you say the, Mike. Were stopped at a bridge that leads to the L Chaparral gate on the Tijuana side blocked by Mexican police. What happened at that point? Stood there. Everything was calm, and peaceful. They sanctions on they chanted. We're not criminals were workers. And there was that way for maybe fifteen or twenty minutes, and then some people started to kind of filter around the side of of the police to a lateral role. They went the side of the bridge lower down and below that is where the shop browse border-crossing is this is a legal port of entry. These people are trying to legally seek asylum. Why why were they stopped by the Mexican police? Don't have the miniature from the Mexican mused about that. They had told them beforehand that they were concerned about the lie grins, interrupting the the traffic slow at the port of entry with a large March. But also we understand that the poured is only is only able to process a small number relatively of migrants per day. And they probably couldn't have handled that many much right and before which Jared and even arrived in two they were already about two thousand people on the waiting list, which is just an informal list that the migrants themselves teeth and a little tattered book. So the migrant race there's the prospect of here for many months before they even have an opportunity to apply for asylum from from United States, look what? So what happened after they started coming around the Mexican police because the reports are that many of them started trying to climb a wall and started to break through to try to. Get into the port of entry will watch by the federal police from entering the Mexican side of the port of entry. They began to me down along the river along the side of it a small number of the migrants down into the the bottom of the river. Dan's that standing concertina wire they began to open a small space in the wire, I was just above on the Bank of the river women told you that a group of men had gone down and open some of the wire, there was a gap. They were able to create and get through how many of these hundreds how many were actually doing that trying to break into the wire here was reading several dozens down there at the earth and Levy. Yeah. Once that dasell MS opening the wire, that's when this woman on Jimmy from congruence serve that agents on what my began firing Chugai. And I saw a number of tear gas canisters expired over the earth and webby into Mexico and everyone just began running including myself. They were a lot of women and children. They're women were having their children off the man's trying to run faster in complicated. By the fact, that very strong unions blowing in the only direction people can run. So it was carrying the dice with the people in the same direction. They were running. It's a long time to run out of it. We'll so what happens now, the Mexican officials say they're going to deport those that were arrested trying to enter the US legally, the US has been asking the Mexican government to please keep the migrants on the Mexico side. Yes, they're seen changes already smarting just a block from the sports complex the migrants have been staying police up until the morning had just had a couple officers there to the stretch vehicle traffic. However, this morning buses of federal police have arrived again, their shields and helmets and have set up a barrier there and have been turning migrants pack, saying the chant exit that way it needs toward the border migrants. This morning in general seem -sarily down..

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"mexican police" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

10:43 min | 2 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR WB, you are I'm Jeremy Hobson. I'm Robin young. It's here and now, and we want to check in at that border between Santa Cedra south of San Diego and Tijuana Mexico where thirty nine migrants were arrested yesterday trying to breach the wire on the US border fence agents on the US side responding with tear gas, which hit women and children. They were all part of a group of five thousand migrants waiting in a stadium into China to legally seek asylum at this official port of entry several hundred of them were marching peacefully from the stadium to the crossing but were stopped by Mexican police. The AP's Christopher Sherman. Was there still is today? He's on. A rough phone line. But we want his eye witness account. And Chris you say the migrants were stopped at a bridge that leads to the L Chaparral gate on the Tijuana side blocked by Mexican police. What happened at that point? Stood there. Everything was calm, and peaceful. They chanted we're not criminals workers. And it was that way for maybe fifteen or twenty minutes, and then some people started to come to filter around the side of the please. To a lot of low beside the bridge lower down and below that is where the shop border-crossing us. This is a legal port of entry. These people are trying to legally seek asylum. Why why were they stopped by the Mexican police? From the. That they had told them beforehand. That they were concerned about the parents. Interrupting the traffic slow at the port of entry with a large March. But also we understand that the port is only is only able to process a small number relatively of migrants per day. And they probably couldn't have handled that many. And before. Uneven arrived in Tijuana. They were already about two thousand people on a waiting list, which is just an informal list largest themselves keeping a little tattered book. So the migrant there's the prospect for many months before they even have an opportunity to apply for asylum from some United States, look what? So what happened after they stay started coming around the Mexican police because the reports are that many of them started trying to climb a wall and started to break through to try to get into the port of entry after were watched by the federal police from entering the Mexican side of the port of entry. They began to me down along the Tijuana river along the side of it a small number of the migrants down in the bottom of the river again. Constantino wires. They began to open a small space in the wires. I was just above on the Bank of the river. A woman told you that a group of men had gone down and open some of the wire, there was a gap. They were able to create and get through how many of these hundreds how many were actually doing that trying to break into the wire. Maybe several dozen down there at the earth and Lebanon once that Jeff. Is opening the wire, that's when this woman. From. The agents began firing and I saw a number of tear gas canister inspired over the earth. Into Mexico and everyone gets began. Running including myself. A lot of women and children there. Hacking their children often mentioned trying to run faster in complicated, by the fact. A very strong blowing in the only direction people could run carrying the gas with the people in the same direction. They were running a long time to run out of it. We'll so what happens now, the Mexican officials say they're going to deport those that were arrested trying to enter the US legally, the US has been asking the Mexican government to please keep the migrants on the Mexico side. Yes, machine changes already morning, just blocks from the sports complex. The migrants had been staying up until this morning. I just had a couple officers nurtured stretch vehicle traffic, however, this morning buses of several police have Araj again their shields and helmets and has set up a barrier there and have been turning migrants. Patch sang that chant. Excellent. That way. It needs toward the border the migrants this morning in general seems Shirley down interviewed several think that. Benching yesterday, have really spoiled whatever she and chances they had to make their asylum cases in the United States. That's Christopher Sherman in Tijuana at the border entry to the United States. Christopher. Thank you. Thank you. And now to what may be a big controversial breakthrough in science the first babies in the world with edited genes apparently born earlier this month, a Chinese researcher claims that he edited the genes of twin girls to prevent them from getting HIV, which the baby's father has this kind of gene editing is banned in the US and many other countries. Antonio Regalado is senior editor for biomedicine for the MIT technology review, which broke this story. Welcome to here. Now. Hey, how are you doing? Well. So first of all just tell us what we know about these babies how genes were edited. Right. Well, what happened was really a kind of a feared. But also in -ticipant, it'd undertaking which is to use technology crisper. It's a form of gene editing or genetic engineering to alter the DNA of human embryo in an IV f center, and what they did was they used crisper to basically a disabled or deleted, gene and people without that. Gene have natural resistance. Or unity teach IV. And this is something that's never been done before it has never been done. These are the the first sort of genetically tailored babies, and you can't do it in this country. It's not legal well in this country, you can alter the embryo, but if you wanted to take one of those embryos and try and establish a pregnancy, you would need the permission of the FDA and in two thousand fifteen the congress added a rider to a Bill that basically prevents the FDA from ever accepting an application, so it is banned in the US. So how did you hear about this? This had happened and were able to break the story. And then the Associated Press followed shortly thereafter with their reporting on it. Right. Well, about a month ago and went to China because of course, you know, people have been thinking wile for while that the Chinese might do something like this. They were the first edit embryos, you know, a lot of people have been very suspicious of of China thinking that it has very weak rules week oversight and really vicious researchers who are ready to make a first. And so I kind of heard about this team. And eventually it just came down to a Google search. I discovered some documents that had been posted the described the trial to make the baby and actually also had some some data about measurements. That had been made on these children while they're still in the womb and on the specifics of this edit there are other ways to prevent HIV from from being transferred from a parent who has it to the child, besides editing jeans? Correct. Right. That's actually not what's at issue. Here is not the risk to the baby of getting HIV from. Yeah. What's it issue is it would create lifelong resistance? And of course, there are other ways to avoid HIV, which are less expensive potentially easier. And don't have these these ethical concerns. So so what are the worries about this kind of thing going on one worries that it's unsafe this tool crisper, it can introduce sort of unwanted DNA mutations. So the risk to the baby the rest of the whole sort of scientific enterprise is what happens if science create someone who they've injured because you know, there's some terrible mutation. You didn't know about the causes cancer might do something else. Besides make you resistant HIV in the future. That's another question. I mean, they've deleted a gene, it appears that people who don't have a working copy of that, gene. Or just fine. However, you don't really know you can't really tell. And then the other concern is that this is going to be the famous slippery slope towards enhancement. We're going to protect your baby against HIV today. And then tomorrow, we're gonna improve their I q changed their hair, colour, etc. So you think we're moving in that direction. We're clearly moving in that direction. This particular use of the technology is right in the grey zone between medicine in enhancement did the parents of these babies know what they were getting themselves into. That's a great question. I don't think anybody has interviewed the parents are found the parents they haven't stepped forward there's certainly be huge questions about whether they knew what was really going on the inventor of crisper, the gene editing technique. You've been talking about is calling for a global moratorium on use in humans. What kind of reaction are you saying to this news so far right since yesterday. The reaction has been extremely negative. This experiment was carried out in secrecy. A lot of people don't think it was ethical safe. They just don't think it was a good idea. And here we have fangs Zang a very important scientists at the broad institute co-discoverer of crisper. Who's finally stood up and said, you know, we really need to stop this until we know way more. How would that happen who would put a stop to? Well, that's the whole problem right now. In Hong Kong today, there's a international human genome editing summit everybody who's anybody in this field has jetted into Hong Kong to debate. This exact issue. Should we genetically engineer the human race? And that's the whole problem is that the scientists can reach a kind of consensus, but they can't create rules that individual scientists and individual countries have to follow and what's more, and I have to say this. The scientific leaders have opened the door to this technology. They have not stood up yet to say, it should be banned. They have said it we have to proceed carefully that's the slippery slope. That is in Tonia Regalado who is a senior editor for biomedicine at the MIT technology review will link you to more of his reporting on this at here now dot org. Thank you so much for coming in great to be here. What are you? Think about this, gene editing. Advance exciting concerning weigh in at here now dot org..

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"mexican police" Discussed on Kingpins

Kingpins

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on Kingpins

"And they kept their spirits up with street parties so loud, they could be heard across the river problem mostly spent his time inside smoking crack the noise didn't bother him. He wasn't trying to hide anymore. Not really, but he was in no mood to join in. He was becoming seriously ill probably from the constant drug use. But leaving the village to go see a doctor wasn't an option when Mimi Webb Miller came down to visit him he told her he didn't think he was going to live another two weeks either he'd die from whatever illness he'd been stricken with or he'd be killed by the police. It was only a few weeks before US agents across the river figured out who was causing the ruckus in Santa. Elena, but they didn't share the news as far as they knew the Mexican police were still in Pablo's pocket. Meanwhile, commander called aronie was piecing together Pablo's location by tapping the phones of all of his known, friends and associates he'd brought into people for questioning and coerce them into revealing where Pablo was down to exactly which house in the village was his that called aronie quickly. Understood why Pablo had chosen Santa Elena. There was only one way to get into the village without being seen. They'd have to fly in from the US side of the river where Pablo's network of informants didn't reach but for that he'd need American cooperation called aronie made a call to Matt Peres the lead FBI agent in El Paso, Texas after ten years of stymying every American effort to capture Pablo Costa, the Mexican federal police were ready to turn the table agent Peres agreed in a heartbeat. The FBI would help call to Rome. In whatever way necessary. This was officially an international investigation. Up next. We'll return to the manhunt for international fugitive Pablo Costa now back to the story. In January of nineteen Eighty-one. The Mexican federal police appointed Pablo Costa Via Rail to oversee the narcotics trade and only Naga Mexico with their protection. He was untouchable by prosecutors rivals or the American FBI six years later, the Mexican federal police commander, led a nationwide manhunt to capture Pablo Costa possibly working on a million dollar kill contract paid to him by Pablo's right hand man for help with this task he recruited the FBI on the morning of April twenty fourth nineteen eighty-seven eighteen FBI agents led by agent Matt Peres met an army base in El Paso, Texas. Just before dawn, none of them knew what they were there for they had only been told to report for duty at six AM, fifteen miles south seventeen. Mexican federal agents were gathered. Around two helicopters at the Juarez international airport receiving their final instructions from commander called aronie. They would follow an F B I helicopter across the border into the mountains of big bend national park. When the moment came the two Mexican helicopters would fly across the river into Santa Elena. Take control of the villages three hundred residents and capture Pablo Costa, the FBI agents would block the river from the US side in case the fugitive tried to flee standing next to call the Roney was the unknown a Costa associate who'd been forced to give up the drug lords location. He'd be writing next to called aronie in handcuffs to point out which house Pablo was hiding in called Arroni's. Final instructions were I want Pablo Costa taken alive, but not your safety is jeopardized. That evening and Santa Elena. Another VS was raging outside Pablo's adobe house. It was the birthday of Pablo's nephew and bodyguard. Fidel and a few dozen men had gathered to crack beers and rosta calf over the firepit. Pablo was not among them. He was strolling back from the river with his dog a mutt. He'd recently struck up a kinship with as he passed some of the party is called for Pablo to join them. But he just waved and continued toward his house at that moment to red and blue federal police jobbers soared over the river and circle low over the village, the men in the street scattered as one of the.

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"mexican police" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:06 min | 2 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on KTRH

"Careening toward the United States does an undercover video. And the guy talks about how he's doing it. And how bad this is. And they suggest that the higher ups know about it. Rox campaign came out today with the response was their response. It's not true. No, it's hidden camera. Video that'd be too hard to do is their response. It was taken out of context. No. It's too obvious. The guy talks for too long too many of their people in on all this together. Their response was that Ted Cruz is stoking fear and paranoia. Folks, have you seen the video of this caravan coming here? They fired at Mexican police officers. You can't see a woman or child in there. I'm sure they buried a few in there as human shields they're firing on police officers. One of them told the translators trying to get back to the United States because he was convicted of attempted murder. He wants to see if we can get a pardon. Other caravanners have said, yeah, there's some really bad people in this group scared of them. And beta rox campaign is busted helping them get here illegally. And his response is geologist stoking, fear and paranoia. I think the fear and paranoia is already there Bego Matt in New Orleans. Go ahead. I do a Michael good on who they? All right. So I talk to you about immigration, man. And I got a unique perspective on this. When people say they have unique perspective is usually not that unique. Well, I lived most of my life in Missouri. Now. Not a right to work state. We never had any problem. Illegal immigration, my dad's a police officer time one time, you know. Guys were trying to get jobs up in Saint Louis. I mean, they just enforce the law the arrest of the people who were doing the subcontracting. Okay. Yeah. I lived in Houston. It is out in the Houston a year and a half. Like was it? Ten west eighteenth. There are people just everywhere who aren't documented who get picked up by American subcontractors, and they do the work, and I don't see how you could even function without that. I think the thing in the immigration to be I see nobody talks about that. Especially not Donald Trump, and he got caught using illegal immigrants when he was doing Trump Tower, whatever. Many paid a fine for so I feel like it's disingenuous. Least to keep going on this thing. Like if we're going to solve this problem, the only feasible for solving. The problem is going after the subcontractors, I no jobs. There's gonna be no line. There's gonna be no money for the guy yet. You know what I'm saying? Well, I know what you're saying. You.

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"mexican police" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

Vox's The Weeds

04:16 min | 2 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds

"Bureaucracy talks about the deployment right now as this. I track back office thing they are leaving open the possibility that something like what the president describes might happen. It's worth talking about the grain of truth around which the president has built a like Jain Norma's bullets of. Ear. Both the caravan that is currently in southern Mexico, which is the caravan that is the president out so much and subsequent large groups of people who have traveled up from the northern triangle to Mexico kind of in its stead have had confrontations with Mexican police at the Mexico Guatemala border. That's because next go has at the behest of the president done a lot to try to prevent people from entering. They've said that people are allowed to enter, you know, to claim Silom in Mexico, but they've been letting those people in very slowly. And so both when the first caravan arrived on October twentieth. And earlier this week there have been kind of confrontations in which people have tried to push through Mexican police. Mexican police have been injured in both of those cases. So like, yes, it is true that Mexican authorities were injured they weren't soldiers. They were police. It wasn't the northern border of Mexico. It was the southern border of Mexico the northern border of water Malla. But the idea that a massive people is pushing. Through border. Authorities is not wrong. And that when they announced the deployment on on Monday. US authorities said this is what alarms us about this caravan compared to previous groups the question is whether that is what the caravan would automatically do if they came to the US Mexico border, or if that is a an act of desperation from people who are trying to get in and feel that they are not being allowed to get in the normal way. The caravan from April presented themselves at a port of entry. You know, those of them who were left by the time, they got to the US Mexico border to seek asylum legally, the current caravan has declared intention of seeking asylum in the US which implies that they would also do the same thing they have not declared an intention to evade US border thirties in the same way that they declared an intention to make it through Mexico. So, you know, it's not super clear whether you can look to what's already happened and predict what's going to happen at the US Mexico border. But that's a possibility that they're preparing for that. It's not a totally unreasonable thing to prepare for it's just that Donald Trump because he's Donald Trump is taking this and turning it into. This is a hardened fighting force ludicrous. You could make a case where it's strong, but you could make a case that this is the responsible policy approach right that if there is going to be this kind of threat at ports of entry. Why not have those that are trained at spotting threats at pushing back on them, but agree with you completely dare that does make sense in a way. But like it is not a hard and force. I think the issue here taking step back and doing fools Aaron I'm trying to think what's trumps head like anytime. He sort of feels there's a security threat. His first thing does military, and like that's the kind of reasonable thing for someone not super familiar with national security policy to consider right? A guy who is not sophisticated in the way, he thinks about how the way the world works. And so when he sees a nail he thinks the hammer. So it doesn't surprise me that he would reach. For the military option here, obviously, he seemed to pass presidents do so and again, you can make the case that if there is a security threat the military's the best to handle it. But it is the rhetoric around at that is the most troubling to me more so than the policy approach to something like this has happened before. Right. There was a national guard deployment to the border under President Bush and then another one under President Obama. I mean, it seemed like those were both undertaken with a different kind of the attributes were they were they different legally, logistics. So what what happens so there so their title thirty two which means that they are well first of all title to national guard, so actively they are under states authority. Okay. So the governor of Texas runs the national guard the government runs a national guard, and while they are all working for concerted effort..

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"mexican police" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on KCRW

"Mexican police stopped them from crossing the bridge that connects Mexico and Guatemala, so the migrants took to the river, swimming or taking rafts across and police now instead of blocking them have given them a police escort as they marched north James Frederick at the Guatemala, Mexico border. President Trump is again threatening to close the border and deploy the military to protect it in eastern Congo. Militant rebels have killed two health healthcare workers. Manny an entry to an area. That's at the center of an abo- LA outbreak NPR's Ava Peralta reports controlling the Abol outbreak in. Eastern Congo has been hard because it is in the middle of a conflict zone with many armed groups. The health ministry says they local militia attacked two members of Congo's rapid intervention medical unit. Health workers have had a tough time vaccinating against the disease because of persistent rumors that they are spreading Ebola and harvesting organs last week a group of young bikers exhumed, the body of a friend to find out if it was intact after negotiation they agreed to reburied the body and be vaccinated against the Bola because they had handled an infected corpse meanwhile attacks by the Islamist group ADF have continued this weekend. The group killed thirteen people in town at the center of the outbreak. NPR news Nairobi Afghans are casting ballots on a second day of voting in parliamentary elections the first in eight years voting was extended after staff failed to show up at some polling stations yesterday because of violence dozens were killed this is NPR. Jordan says it will not renew twenty five year leases with Israel on tracts of land along the two countries border. A nineteen Ninety-four peace agreement gave Israel special rights on the land. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel will engage in negotiations to extend the current arrangement. Rescue crews are at the scene of a train derailment in Taiwan. Eighteen people are dead. Some one hundred sixty are injured the express train was carrying more than three hundred sixty passengers from a suburb of tie bay in the north to the south east coast NPR's Anthony Kuhn reports investigators are still trying to determine what caused the accident. Express was headed to the east coast city of title when it derailed at about five pm local time in northeast Taiwan's elan county, the line has been in operation since two thousand thirteen the trains were imported from Japan photos from the scene show several. Train cars lying on their side.

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"mexican police" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"With Mexican police at its border with Guatemala reporter, Louisa Reynolds's, traveling with them and says Mexican police stopped most from getting through the checkpoint crowd started pressing forward and the Mexican riot. Police started throwing tear gas at the crowd. She says the migrants fleeing violence and poverty were determined. At one point the situation was extremely tense as people were scrambling across the Baria scared. And there were so many people standing on the Braves to the bridge started moving President Trump is praising Mexico for green to process the migrants, but says they will not be entering the US. No matter what thanked lexical if that doesn't work out. We're calling up the military not the guard. We're calling up the military, and we'll get out of the military station. They're not coming into this country. They might as well turn back then not coming into this country. President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul manner. A fort was back in federal court today, wearing a green prison jumpsuit and sitting in a wheelchair Manafort her judge TSL's dismissed ten counts of fraud that a jury deadlocked on earlier this year. The judge also scheduled sentencing on the eight counts he was convicted of for February eighth lawyers say he is still cooperating with a special counsel's investigation. And that they're not sure when he will be finished Manafort had been charged with tax and Bank fraud for hiding millions of dollars of income received from his foreign consulting work Bill. Rakoff CBS news, Washington. President Trump North Korean leader Kim Jong UN probably won't meet again this year. A senior administration official says the next summit meeting will probably happen sometime after the first of the new year, the two sides have been negotiating about a second meeting since their first one in June. More than fifty people are dead and more than sixty or hurt after being run over by a train in northern India. A congress party leader says the victims were watching fireworks during a Hindu festival and crowded onto a Railtrack police say the people did not see or hear the speeding train coming and were killed the train didn't stop..

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"mexican police" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Clashing with Mexican police at its border with Guatemala reporter, Louise Reynolds is traveling with them and says Mexican police stopped most from getting through the checkpoint crowd started pressing forward and the Mexican riot. Police started throwing tear gas at the crowd. She says the migrants fleeing violence poverty were determined at one point the situation was extremely tense as people were scrambling across the barrier. Scared and the many people standing on the Braves to the bridge started moving President Trump is praising Mexico for green to process the by grins, but says they will not be entering the US. No matter what thanked lexical if that doesn't work out. We're calling up the military not the guard. We're calling up the military, and we'll get out of the military station. They're not coming into this country. They might as well turn back then not coming into this country. President Trump's former campaign chairman Paul manner. Fort was back in federal court today, wearing a green prison jumpsuit and sitting in a wheelchair Manafort her judge TSL's dismiss ten counts of fraud that a jury deadlocked on earlier this year. The judge also scheduled sentencing on the eight counts he was convicted of for February eighth and affords lawyers say he is still cooperating with a special counsel's investigation. And that they're not sure when he will be finished Manafort had been charged with tax and Bank fraud for hiding millions of dollars of income received from his foreign consulting work Bill. Rakoff CBS news, Washington. President Trump in North Korean leader Kim Jong Hoon probably won't meet again this year. A senior administration official says the next summit meeting will probably happen sometime after the first of the new year, the two sides have been the gauche eating about a second meeting since their first one in June. More than fifty people are dead and more than sixty or hurt after being run over by a train in northern India. Congress party leader says the victims were watching fireworks during a Hindu festival and crowded onto a Railtrack police say the people did not see or hear the speeding train coming and were killed the train didn't stop. There is a lot of that sounds coming from stores around the nation as.

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"mexican police" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

Black Men Can't Jump

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump

"Like is he like i don't know if that's ever actually explained because what happens so it's so that what happens is that they both get out orlando jones is captured by this white dude and the white dude brings him to like this mexican jail police police station i love this dude who played the chief like the mexican police i've seen him in a bunch of stuff actually yeah he's been a lot of stuff he was so funny i mean they're just like all like you know one of those classic comedy seems like everyone's laughing and then he's like well what are you guys laughing at oh we're all gonna get promotions and this whole like crazy scene where he's like no i'm actually not you think i am here's my id and then they're like they turn to the white guy the like i was like no i swear that's him and then they're like oh somebody's here to see you okay we'll get to the bottom of this and this is when it was appointed what was the point i heard coming in but i wish she was she was she was saying that he is freddie tiffany so that they kept him in the jail i don't know i was i didn't get it doesn't make sense like it's like either she's doing that because she's still trying to keep her cover with you know she's trying to keep her double cover so like she's going in and saying these for tiffany be at the order of the governor the governor but the you know the the big bads.

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"mexican police" Discussed on Little Atoms

Little Atoms

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on Little Atoms

"Living on serve when says who's the the lead detective in the story ends hey though you know the one good detective seemingly an i in a nest of vipers tell us something about the situation with the police in these border towns at that time right it's very easy to demonize the mexican police bad you have to understand that these huge amounts of money that has been made through the drug trade not just the don't take hurdles of people smuggling and gunrunning and smuggling other materials even things like avocados and cars and things like that so this huge amount of money and volume of vast amount of money that's being turned over and the police obtained a pittance and also they seeing that people in politics police opinions making money so it's just an enormous well look of possibility for corruption because it's not just the police it so cynical politicians is the goal businessmen aides true rhys who go to these border towns to buy drugs to visit prostitutes to gamble to watch cockfights to leave the illicit life so in all this turmoil it's very hard for an average policeman sam municipal policemen who's not any very much to say no to some money to turn the other way and the other thing too is alerted the policeman if they don't look the other way dead killed so in this context you have a person when his who is seeking to his saw with what's happening to the country that he loves and we don't really get the full back story of when task but we understand that this been a a recent tragedy in his life he took what he thought was a safe job in tijuana dealing with labour disputes where he persuaded to be not and even that shocked him because he saw the potential for corruption the un not through drugs baths.

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"mexican police" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The new mexican police officer who i stopped a woman from taking heroin and adopted the baby now i watch that and you say okay saved a baby from a heroin mother that was probably in my lifetime the most powerful prolife presentation i've ever witnessed and that that was what that was about and that alley the democrats understood the value of human life and that's what that's that dory was about not merely saving the life of other baby from a heroin mother well and and then just adding to all of their problems and the democrat side of the aisle he kept telling all of these beautiful stories and then you have the people he's referring to in the audience and the democrats just didn't know what to do they wouldn't stand and applaud they looked so uncomfortable it was almost as if baked into the speech were these got your moments to put these democrats on notice and if indeed that's what the speech writers were try to do it worked for the most embarrassing moment was when he talked to put in the president talked about having the lowest a black unemployment i recorded history of our country and the black caucus did not applaud that how much of that was heaped their own people that they wouldn't applaud the fact that there's employment in their community yeah that that was just a really awkward moment steve break with us and case vote steve i know that there are a lot of conservatives who have become very surprised by donald trump i mean i would listen to some of them on the radio prior to the election and they would be be rating trump supporters and rating trump and they would look at his past and say this guy's not a conservative you can't believe him don't trust him well forget his past i'm looking at the present and this guy is delivering on every promise he is as of this first year have we seen any more anybody acting in a more conservative fashion and terms the way he's governing.

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"mexican police" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on WGN Radio

"He was a mexican police i'm not sure if he's a chief for commander okay back in the '70s and '80s and the so why we so that saw mexican police commander shouldn't have that great of a no yeah you wouldn't expect a a a mexican police chief to have an estate in a state outside to more okay how did what's the rumor about how he acquired that so the rumor has it that his his ear urged monthly income was acquitted to roughly 1300 us dollars although taking bribes from his police force sanda going through extortion racketeering dealing with the cartel puzzlingly a car towel letting them you know us routes probably travel shipments right um he treated this giant empire and actually at one point he had the president promote him to a fourstar general even though he had no previous military experience because he ex you went to great school at the present at the time who is the president was sent a fax was it no was not the for him okay so this guy's got three states he's got all this money and then what happens is you get busted yes he eventually gets busted and he runs for awhile if in canada dan i'm not cuba just south of he went south of mexico and eventually here's at an airport or something and he actually got caught x agenda and extradited to the us and he served less than ten years i believe he got out and then he died of cancer copy holly but so he had these states that haven't been resold or repurpose as of yet there's one enzo watson a ho that's close is that's a abandoned but you said there was a.

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"mexican police" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Live from npr news in washington on core of a coleman police and fbi agents in mesquite nevada continued to search the home of las vegas shooter steven paddock looking for clues to his motive npr's howard burqas is in myskina and says investigators are puzzle police say there is no criminal record no interactions with police and nothing else the put steven paddock on local and federal radar but they did find fully automatic weapons in his las vegas hotel room and more weapons at his home here in mesquite they also found explosive material in both places to gun dealer say paddock past background checks ken russell lives in the same retirement community in mesquite hope they all get the information they need to pull all again meg little better chance modeling such a thing happen again that's about all you can do this situation prevent the mexican police have also been searching paradox other home and reno howard burke send pr news mesquite nevada the nobel prize in physics has been awarded to three scientists for discoveries in gravitational waves they are rainier vice very bearish and kipp thorne the supreme court takes up a wisconsin case on gerrymandering today will decide whether there is a constitutional limit on an extreme partisan practice of drawing legislative and congressional district lines to boost the incumbent party en peers nina tone burke reports today computers are able to spit out thousands of alternative maps that combined with new kinds of voter data project election act comes with amazing accuracy in wisconsin in 2011 the gop map designers were so successful that in the next election while republicans lost the statewide popular vote they still one close to twothirds of the legislative seats.

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"mexican police" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"mexican police" Discussed on KTRH

"The state of baja california sewer endless compost floor seeing is a big spread of violence from the turf war between those two cartels in particular in los compost but also as far east as cancun so this is really upset the balance and the uh the power structure of the cartels in mexico the highprofile capture an extradition bloomberg news reporter eric martin joining us talked about the spread of violence uh brought on by the drug cartels in vacation areas of mexico formally kinda considered to be safe zones so what is the mexican government the mexican military mexican police force what are they doing to combat this uh the spread of the cartel violence tour well in cancun they've higher i heard a very wellknown police chief uh who previously uh help the cleanup peak wanna and he would i want to ask two of them more previously more dangerous cities in mexico and he's been brought on board as an adviser to the maher uh some people have comparison to rudy giuliani um the us and we've also seen uh retraining uh and better uh better training for some of the uh prefers the in cancun we saw a big turn over there uh where a hundred and fifty officer is done in the past couple of months i have been let go for failing a vetting process and we've fina more officers taken from behind the desk and put on the street uh so we are seeing a reaction among mexican authorities but particularly in bihac highly forty authority uh this is someplace where they haven't seen this kind of problem before and fellow uh you know take time to be able to uh to adjust once you're seeing this kind of trend less than quickly carlos mementos that telling me about him he's a real estate developer not a police jeep but yet he's going to provide its own security it appears yes this is a businessman uh into tonnetto uh who has some interest in uh atv park uh as well is uh in some other tour businesses and uh he uh experienced actually relative experienced a strong armed robbery last year and that has uh spurred him to uh higher uh for instance uh.

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