Monday, May 20, 2024

Tag: Mexico

Texas Governor Greg Abbott officially declared invasion at the southern border by Mexican drug cartels in a post on Thursday. Greg Abbott, the governor of Texas, has proclaimed an...
Researchers from Mexico's National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) have found an ancient Mayan city in southern Mexico. Archeologists in Mexico have discovered a historical surprise in the...
Agents from the Texas Department of Public Safety reported that criminals are using fake FedEx vans to smuggle migrants. A binational human smuggling network was caught transporting migrants, who...
The Mexican TV channel Milenio published an article titled 'Mexican cartels prepare for war; they have military-grade ROCKET LAUNCHERS' that showed a drug cartel spotted with an anti-tank rocket launcher near Texas. The Mexican...
As the end of Title 42 approaches, migrants in El Paso are being urged to turn themselves in to immigration officials, leading to a sense of fear and confusion in the region. Outside of...
A massive blue hole recently discovered off the coast of Mexico, documented in the scientific journal Frontiers in Marine Science, may provide a window into new lifeforms.
Asylum seekers from Russia who are fleeing the war in Ukraine are coming to the United States. The Russians fleeing war are at the US border in Mexico and are seeking asylum with the migrants.
In May, border patrol agents from Brownsville, Texas, to San Diego arrested 232,628 unlawful boundary crossers, the largest monthly number in 23 years. Now, a UN study has labeled the US-Mexico border as the world’s ‘deadliest’ land crossing.
Reports are claiming that terrorists are entering the US in unprecedented numbers. A significant portion of those eluding law enforcement at the border are employed by Mexican drug gangs contributing to fentanyl-related fatalities in the United States.
The air smells of ash and the landscape is leached of color. Spots of green punctuate the valley floor in places. But along the ridges, the powdery residue of charred trees has fallen like snow, accumulating up to 4 inches deep. These are the slices of forest where the fire burned the hottest, scorching ponderosa pines from crown to root. Once titans, they are now matchsticks.