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Napolitano Pays Last Visit To Border Cities, Announces New Security Plans
Dozen Illegal Immigrants In Texas Gang Rape 13-Year-Old Girl, NAFBPO Says End ‘Dreams Of Amnesty’
Small Perks Proposed for Beleaguered Feds
budget cuts have forced Border Patrol agents to work fewer overtime hours- lawmakers want to give the agents a tax break.
A Community Honors Agent Robert Rosas at the Fourth Annual Memorial Relay Run
BP Agent Rosas was gunned down in 2009
Border security faults may be result of poor analysis
Homeland Security ignores data it collects on illegal crossings, critics say
The border problem is actually much worse that Steve King described
Deciphering Border Security Requirements
Nine DREAMers Arrested While Trying to Test Deferred Action
Big Sis’ shockingly dirty secrets go public
Homeland Security official nominated for No. 2 post probed by internal watchdog
Homeland Security: No one home at the top; mounting vacancies to affect immigration laws
After backlash, senators cancel meeting on immigration
Border Patrol Officers Demand House GOP Leaders ‘Abandon Their Dreams of Amnesty’
Mexican kingpin’s capture: We need more than perp walks
New team to tackle border crimes
Mexico and the U.S.: Who Needs Who?
US Surveillance Tracks Central America Gangs
Surveillance…shows the MS-13 and Barrio 18 street in Central America are in constant contact with their US counterparts
As Texan “La Barbie” sits in Mexico prison, his narco secrets spill in U.S.
Mexico actually produces an official guidebook to entering the U.S. illegally
U.S. Border Patrol Weekly Blotter, Blaine Sector July 4 – July 17, 2013
illegals from Britain, Spain, Pakistan, India, Thailand, Colombia,
El Salvador and Canada-all entering into US from Canada.
Jail may spare illegal immigrants from deportation
U.S. Border Patrol Arrests Mexican Citizen with 37 Convictions
Detained veteran goes on hunger strike to fight deportation
Border Patrol Rescues Eight Abandoned by Smuggler in the Desert
Mexican Sentenced in U.S. to 54 Months for Distributing Marijuana
Del Rio, Texas Border Patrol Agents Seize $800,000 of Marijuana over Week
U.S. Border Patrol Agents Make Two Rescues in One Week in Montana
Alleged ringleaders sought in NM driver’s license fraud
“Out of the Shadows” is a broadcast PSA supporting the DHS Blue Campaign to combat human trafficking.
El Sol de Mexico Mexico City 7/22/13
Zacatecas Governor Calls for unity to face challenges of immigration reform
This is the full translation except for the last paragraph which consists mainly of names.
Chicago, Illinois, United States. – Governor (of Zacatecas, one of 31 states in Mexico) Miguel Alonso Reyes headed the festivities of the 17th Anniversary of the Federation of United Zacatecan Clubs of Illinois (FCUZI) with a call to unity to confront the great challenges foreseen in the imminent approval of immigration reform.
Alonso Reyes said that his administration will offer the necessary backing so that those who have the possibility of normalizing their immigration status may have the necessary identity documents once the legislative process is completed.
He pointed out that at the internet civil register site zacatecas.gob.mx Zacatecans will be able to request citizenship, birth, death and divorce certificates and receive them in their residence for a credit card charge of approximately 35 dollars.
Before a group of more than 400 FCUZI members Miguel Alonso, accompanied by Carlos Jimenez, Consul General of Mexico in Chicago, asked the Zacatecans to strengthen their ties of unity to the heart of the community. Then, together with Carlos Jimenez and Ismael Mota, Federation President, he crowned Maria Guadalupe Garcia, representing the “La Gavia” Club of Jerez, as the 2013-2014 FCUZI Queen, while Maritza Perez and Luz María Cortez were acknowledged as first and second princess respectively.
In the celebratory act, the Government of Zacatecas named Rocío Perez (transl. note: a female) and Jaime Cosío as Zacatecan Woman and Young Zacatecan of the year for altruistic activities carried out for the benefit of the community, especially making official documents available free of charge and backing the “Silver Heart” family reunification program.
Afterward, Ismael Mola, president of the organization, acknowledged the support of the State Government for the strengthening of the community towns and granted ten scholarships of one thousand dollars each to distinguished students of Zacatecan origin, which brings up to 180 youths assisted to finish their studies by the organization.
Hours earlier, the Agricultural Bureau granted 20 agricultural and cattle ranching implements valued at 1 million 800 thousand pesos to members of the Federation of United Zacatecan Clubs of Illinois (FCUZI) so that they may improve the productivity of their lands.
This brings to 31 the number of similar events carried out in the more than 20 Zacatecan immigrant communities residing in the United States, (and) the approximate equivalent of an investment of nearly 50 million pesos during the current administration.
Those present included Esteva Beltran, immigration congresswoman, Anael Luébanos, Gonzalo García, Fermín Luna and Carlos Sifuentes, federation presidents from Fort Worth, Denver, Northern California and West Coast Zacatecan Clubs.
(The article ends by mentioning more names and titles, including one Lizbeth Márquez Álvarez, Zacatecas Government representative in Illinois.)
http://tinyurl.com/k2bwrg4 (Spanish language source)
Proceso Tegucigalpa, Honduras 7/23/13
94 Migrants intercepted in Southeastern Mexico, 3 of them Honduran
An article relates the detection in southern Mexico of 94 emigrants from Asia and Central America traveling in “subhuman conditions” in a tractor trailer. The group consisted of 78 males and 16 females, all crammed and some even suffering symptoms of asphyxia.
Nine males and one female are from Nepal, nine other men from Bangladesh, 37 men and 8 women from Guatemala, 20 men and 3 women from El Salvador, plus 4 women and 3 men from Honduras. The Asians are said to have paid six to eight thousand dollars each.
The group included seven minors, three of whom were traveling alone.
A side article reports that in a speech before “latino community leaders” in New Orleans Michelle Obama urged them not to surrender in the struggle for comprehensive immigration reform, and promised them that her husband will continue alongside of them in that struggle.
http://tinyurl.com/kd6asdm (Spanish language source)
98% of Murders in Mexico Last Year Went Unsolved
Total dead: 2007-2012 Calderon’s term 123,132
New Generation Jalisco Cartel Leader Captured In Mexico
Capture of Mexican mob boss began with a fed-up informant
Insider gave up ‘El Teo’ to help ‘clean up my country.’ The hit to the Tijuana drug cartel has brought peace in Baja.
22 Die in Clashes Between Police, Gunmen in Mexico**
Police attacked-Two officers died in the shootouts and 15 were wounded
In Mexico, dozens fall to new violence across 4 troubled states
Six Die in Shootout in Northern Mexico
six burned vehicles and seven torched houses-389 bullet casings at the crime scene
Mexico: Bouncing back?
5 killed, 7 wounded when gunmen attack vigilante members on town plaza in western Mexico
Mexican president might push oil-sector revisions past skeptical public
Mexican Government Plans to Invest $1.5 Billion in Digital TV
Drug lords ‘threatened to down president’s plane’
Explosion at Ternium Mexico steel plant kills two, wounds 12
Cop Murders Mexican Mayor
Moms on the border find inspired use for used clothing
Seven injured in explosion at Pemex pipeline in Mexico
Oil firm plans to build new pipeline in Mexico
Four Tortured, Slain in Western Mexico
Human rights lawyer killed in Mexico
Archaeologists discover dinosaur tail in Mexico’s desert
The five-metre tail was the first ever found in the country
Buses Hijacked By Robbers In Honduras
5 Differences Between El Salvador, Honduras Gang Truces
Costa Rica Aims for Zoos without Cages
Guatemalan Authorities Launch Operation to Find Missing Criminal Leader
Colombian Crime Boss Killed
Farmers and Miners Strike Continue in Colombia
U.S. Vet Ignored Warnings Before Abduction by Colombian Rebels
FARC Offers Release of Captured US Veteran
Colombia says won’t let FARC make media show of US captive release
Colombian Rebels Kill 19 Soldiers
Colombia’s FARC offers arms, support to Catatumbo protesters
Fatal grenade blast at Cucuta, Colombia nightclub
Eight found dead in Bahamas beachfront tragedy
believed that all were illegal immigrants who were trying to make their way to the US
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