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Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: San Salvador (El Salvador), Credit Card Cloning Alert
The U.S. Embassy in San Salvador wishes to remind U.S. citizens traveling to or residing in El Salvador that El Salvador is rated CRITICAL for crime. A critical threat rating exists when there is a continuous serious threat for crime. The Embassy has noticed a recent trend in credit card cloning and similar fraud. Credit card fraud can be difficult to recover from and can adversely affect your credit score and financial health. Using a credit card is safer than using an ATM card or Debit Card to pay. With the latter, the money is transferred out of the account at the very moment of the transaction, and it is usually not recoverable or contestable.
Emergency Message for U.S. Citizens: Belmopan (Belize), Gang Violence in Public Areas
There may be graphic photographs that accompany some articles in the body of this report. It is not our intention to sensationalize. We include these photos in order to give to you, the American public, a clearer understanding of the seriousness of the situation in Mexico and Central America.
Blog Del Narco (http://www.mundonarco.com/)
**Asterisk denotes death involving a police officer or a member of the military serving in that capacity. Some items may be from notirex.com, lapoliciaca.com or historiasdelnarco.com.
ECATEPEC, STATE OF MEXICO
The PRI candidate for city council Miguel Ángel Barrera López, former city clerk until a week ago, was gunned down while driving Friday. His driver was wounded.
CIUDAD JUAREZ, CHIHUAHUA
The Mayor announced Friday hat in the past 3 years, 219 municipal police officers have been slain, 120 in just the past 18 months.
Panetta Says Violent Extremism Threatens Latin America
4 Missing Children Found Suffocated in Mexico
(Aged 10, 8, and two were 7 years old. Missing organs.)
Yet another journalist murdered in Veracruz
Mexico probes journalist Regina Martinez’s death
Student demos turn violent in Mexico, 200 arrested
Acapulco: 220 youngsters fall ill from Children’s Day party
Honduras Names Ex-Colonel as New Drug Czar
(Replaces assassinated predecessor. His proposed successor was also executed.)
FARC Rebels Attack Colombian Drugs Raid, killing 4 ****
Six missing, including a police officer and 4 soldiers.
Colombia soldiers alive, French reporter still missing: Army
American slayings in Mexico set record
What March’s Murder Rate Says About Trends in Mexico Violence
Peru guerrillas set aside rebellion for drug money
Mexico Tightens Rules for Cargo Trucks After Deadly Crashes
Mexico’s Congress Approves Bill to Combat Human Trafficking
Two Peruvian Police, 1 Soldier Killed in Clash with Armed Group***
Caribbean again warned to prepare for tsunamis
Nationalization of Euro-based Oil Company in Argentina
Venezuela Looks to Columnist for Details of Chávez’s Health
Trinidad and Grenada at logger-heads over oil find
Hundreds of Dead Pelicans Found in Northern Peru
Central Americans determined to trek north to U.S.
Jamaica’s murder rate shows 30 per cent drop
Mexican Police Clash with Student Protesters, Arrest 200
Five Found Strangled in Guatemala
Trinidad sees rise in white collar crime
Scalia Turns Up His Nose at Immigration Case-Op/Ed
The joke that didn’t leave ‘em laughing
Voters Understand the Immigration Debate; Politicians Don’t
An inside look at U.S.-Mexico smuggling tunnels
Fraud by illegal immigrants destroying children’s lives
Still no sign of those missing ORR Annual Reports to Congress
(Office of Refugee Resettlement is required by law to send an annual Report To Congress by January 31st.)
U.S. Border Patrol: EMT Training
Secret Service Scandal Expands to El Salvador, Brazil Prostitute Sues
More kids crossing Mexico border alone
Alleged Mexican drug cartel hitman brought down by traffic ticket
Hidalgo dedicates boat ramp to Jaime Zapata
CT Denies US Request to Detain Visa Violator
Horse Patrol agents track immigrants on the border
Border Patrol sued by ACLU in Washington State
Anti-kidnapping training for people who travel in Mexico
NY-Based Attorney Pleads Guilty to Role in Extensive Immigration Fraud Mill
US Authorities Announce Major Blow to Latino Gangs
Rescue beacon saves two lives
Working together on border security
Shot kidnapping suspect a gang member, illegal immigrant, police say
Behind the scenes with the border bug police
Arrest warrant confirms custodian charged in sex assault is refugee
Border Patrol agents arrest sex offender
Two tons of pot found in cargo truck floor boards
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