Map. History of Mexico conflict

21 March 2019
Shootout in Pantitlán and Riva Palacio in Nezahualcóyotl, EdoMéx, leaves at least two municipal policemen shot; the criminals escaped, but they are injured.
Due to the bomb threat in the Family Courts of the municipality of Naucalpan, the ISEM hospital in San Bartolo Naucalpan was also evacuated cause its proximity.1 month ago
Due to the bomb threat in the Family Courts of the municipality of Naucalpan, the ISEM hospital in San Bartolo Naucalpan was also evacuated cause its proximity.
Two policemen were shot outside the Metro La Raza, in the CDMX.
Rosendo Galván Medina, former Mayor of Los Ramones, in Nuevo León, was shot several times, according to sources from the State Attorney's Office
Collapse of Yucatan bar leaves three dead1 month ago
Collapse of Yucatan bar leaves three dead
Massacre this morning in Culhuacán, Mexico City leaves 6 dead and 3 injured
6 dead, 3 injured in shooting in Mexico City
The ash emissions of Popocatépetl continue. Winds disperse the ash to the northeast towards the side of Puebla and Tlaxcala. Alert traffic light in yellow phase 2.
Mexico: Radio announcer Reynaldo López was killed Saturday afternoon in Hermosillo, in the state of Sonora. In the attack, sports journalist Carlos Cota was seriously injured.
As of 3:50 p.m., Popocatépetl records continuous ash emission with dispersion north between EdoMex and Puebla limits.
Attack in Cancun bar left five dead and five wounded
9 Masters of Telebaccalaureate detained in Chiapas, during protests1 month ago
9 Masters of Telebaccalaureate detained in Chiapas, during protests
[email protected] statement on @POTUS' emergency declaration for the southern border: SecDef authorized "to determine whether border barriers are necessary to support the use of the armed forces and to re-direct unobligated DOD MILCON funding to construct border barriers if required"
President @realDonaldTrump signs the Declaration for a National Emergency to address the national security and crisis at the Southern Border.
Trump: I will sign the order declaring the state of national emergency
Trump: Wall with Mexico will stop illegal immigration
Trump just called his own CBP's data on where drugs come into the country "a lie. It's all a lie." Then he said, "Walls work 100%."
@SEMAR_mx seized 9 tons of drugs in Puerto Libertad, Sonora
Trump: We will face the security crisis on our southern border
White House: Declaration of state of emergency will put in the hands of the President 8 billion dollars immediately to begin to secure the border
The Popocatépetl volcano increased its activity since the night of this Thursday
Preliminary SSN: M4.8 earthquake with epicenter 57 km east of Crucecita, Oaxaca.
An earthquake of moderate intensity was recorded in the Huatulco, Oaxaca area.1 month ago
An earthquake of moderate intensity was recorded in the Huatulco, Oaxaca area.
As Trump prepares to declare a 'national emergency' for border wall $$, the @ACLU, @splcenter and @CGRShastings file a lawsuit against his administration's policy that requires asylum seekers to remain in Mexico for the duration of their immigration court proceedings.
[email protected] says WH "very prepared" for a legal challenge to the President declaring a National Emergency to acquire funding for border wall construction. She says there shouldn't be a legal challenge because the President's "doing his job, Congress should do theirs."
Senate votes 84-15 to bring border security funding bill to a final vote, underway now.
Senate Republican leader says he spoke to Trump, who said he will issue a national emergency declaration after signing funding bill
There is no person arrested or criminally prosecuted for the crime of attempted deprivation of liberty against women in @MetroCDMX
1 month ago
Military dismantle @Pemex underwater clandestine take in the Chipuz lagoon, in Tamaulipas
A few hundred yards away from where BP apprehended a group of 18 Central Americans, crews are putting up new barriers in downtown El Paso. Before, there was nothing here but a chain link fence.1 month ago
A few hundred yards away from where BP apprehended a group of 18 Central Americans, crews are putting up new barriers in downtown El Paso. Before, there was nothing here but a chain link fence.
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