Posts Tagged ‘Mexico’

Ex-CEO of Amazon Mexico Accused of Paying Hitmen $9K to Murder Wife

The ex-CEO of Amazon Mexico was recently accused of paying two hitmen thousands of dollars to murder his wife three years ago.

John Deere to Offshore Part of Assembly Production Plant from Iowa to Mexico

John Deere announced to its employees on Wednesday that it will be moving part of its Tractor and Cab Assembly Operations facility from Waterloo, Iowa, to Mexico by Fiscal Year 2024.

Mexico’s Supreme Court Shuts Down Immigration Checkpoints As ‘Unconstitutional’

Mexico’s Supreme Court recently ruled that interior immigration checkpoints are unconstitutional since they violate the right to equality and non-discrimination. The decision comes at a time when Mexico is seeing a record-setting numbers of migrants entering from its southern border and making their way to the U.S.

Exclusive–Roger Marshall: ‘War Zone’ at U.S.-Mexico Border ‘Worse’ than What I Saw at Poland-Ukraine Border

Sen. Roger Marshall (R-KS), one of only 11 Senate Republicans who voted against a $40 billion aid package for Ukraine, says the “war zone” at the United States-Mexico border is “much worse” than what he witnessed at the Poland-Ukraine border.

Connecting Heaven and Earth: The Sun Dagger of Fajada Butte, New Mexico

Near the entrance to Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, USA is an imposing butte that had sacred significance to the ancestral Pueblo culture, who inhabited Chaco Canyon up until about 1150 AD.  Read more Section:  Artifacts Ancient Writings News Ancient Places Americas History Ancient Traditions Read Later 

Archaeologists in Chiapas, Mexico Unearth Remains of Maya Noblewoman

The Chiapas branch of Mexico’s National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) has just reported a notable find in the heavily excavated Palenque Archaeological Zone in the southern part of the country,  Read more Section:  News History & Archaeology Ancient Places Americas History Ancient Traditions Read Later 

Feminist groups protest against femicides in Mexico

Various feminist groups gathered in Mexico City’s main square on Wednesday to protest against the murder of women in the country.

PHOTOS: Mexico’s Shelves are Stocked with Baby Formula amid U.S. Shortage

As the Biden Administration is slow to respond to a severe shortage of baby formula in the United States, stores throughout Mexico are fully stocked especially with the high-demand Enfamil brand.

Aztec House and Floating Gardens Discovered Under Mexico City

Archaeologists performing excavations in Mexico City’s Centro neighborhood dug up more than they bargained for when they uncovered the hidden ruins of an ancient Aztec dwelling,  Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Ancient Places Americas Read Later 

150 Toothless Skulls in Mexico ‘Crime Scene’ Cave are Ancient Sacrifice Victims

In 2012, a citizen alert brought the Mexican police to a cave on the Guatemalan border where a horrific cave sacrifice scene met their eyes. Some 150 skulls and other human skeletal remains  Read more Section:  Artifacts Other Artifacts News History & Archaeology Read Later 

Exclusive: 6,000 Migrants in Tijuana Waiting to Rush U.S.-Mexico Border When Joe Biden Ends Title 42

President Joe Biden’s top Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials are privately admitting that up to 6,000 foreign nationals are in Tijuana, Mexico waiting to rush the United States-Mexico border when the president ends the Title 42 public health authority on May 23. 

Exclusive: Biden’s DHS Blocked GOP Lawmakers from Viewing U.S.-Mexico Border at Night

President Joe Biden’s top Department of Homeland Security (DHS) officials intervened at the last minute to stop a group of Republican lawmakers from viewing the United States-Mexico border in the evening, when border crossers use holes in the unfinished border wall to cross illegally into the U.S. 

Searching for the Lost Subterranean Worlds of Mitla, Mexico

Ancient and colonial sources speak of an extensive underground labyrinth of caves and tunnels, considered by the ancient Zapotec to be a physical entrance into the Underworld of Lyobaa,  Read more Section:  News Ancient Places Americas Read Later  Source

Derrick Broze Interview – Mexico’s Ivermectin Use Exposes The Controlled Narrative Around The Drug

Podcast: Play in new window | Download | Embed Subscribe: Email | RSS Joining me today is Derrick Broze, here to discuss his recent article on Mexico’s use of ivermectin, and how it exposed a very clear effort to control the flow of information around this drug in particular, and around early treatment for COVID-19 […]

How union drives in Mexico help workers on both sides of the border

Image Credit: Caesar Rodriguez/New York Times This article was produced by the Independent Media Institute. What Tom O’Shei remembers most about his visit to Mexico in 2019 is the determination he glimpsed in the hundreds of Mexican workers who paraded through the port city of Lázaro Cárdenas and stopped to pray at a monument honoring […]

EXCLUSIVE: Human Smugglers Earn $1B from U.S.-Mexico Border in December 2021

Internal U.S. Customs and Border protection documents reviewed by Breitbart Texas report that human smugglers received up to $1 billion in December 2021 alone. On average, migrants claimed to have paid smugglers more than $5,000 per person – with more than 170,000 apprehended in the month. The number is likely much higher considering more than […]

The Zone of Silence – The Bizarre Bermuda Triangle of Northern Mexico

Within the Mapimí Biosphere Reserve, in a place known as the Trino Vertex, lies a patch of desert which has garnered a reputation for strange occurrences. Known as la Zona del SIlencio , or the Zone of Silence, this is a place where compasses spin out of control and radio or satellite signals simply don’t […]

Mexico truck crash: Dozens killed after lorry packed with migrants crashes into bridge

At least 53 people have been killed after a freight truck jammed with as many as 200 migrants tipped over and crashed into the base of a steel pedestrian bridge in southern Mexico. It was one of the worst single-day death tolls for migrants in Mexico since the 2010 massacre of 72 migrants by the […]

53 Migrants Dead, 54 Injured In Truck Crash In South Mexico

TUXTLA GUTIERREZ, Mexico (AP) — A cargo truck jammed with people who appeared to be Central American migrants rolled over and crashed into a pedestrian bridge over a highway in southern Mexico on Thursday, killing at least 53 people and injuring dozens more, authorities reported. The federal Attorney General’s Office said the preliminary estimate lists […]

Post-Conquest Aztec Altar With A Burned Human Unearthed In Mexico City

Archaeologists in Mexico have excavated a 16th-century Aztec altar surrounded by sacred artifacts. While abstract trinkets and incense burners reflected the structure of the cosmos, a giant clay jar contained burned human remains. This was no ordinary Aztec altar, but a sacrificial altar. Researchers from Mexico’s National Institute for Anthropology and History (INAH) discovered the […]

19 Dead, 32 Injured After Mexico Pilgrimage Bus Crash

Why Seed Companies Fear México

Above Photo: Maize drying in San Cristóbal de las Casas, in the southern Mexican state of Chiapas. Mauricio Ramos/IPS. Orange, California – Last month México’s Supreme Court provided hope for biodiversity, especially in the Global South, while flaming fear for seed companies. In a historic step, it ruled for corn advocates and against genetically modified (GMO) corn. The […]

Mexico’s World Bank-Funded Mandatory Biometric Database Raises Serious Ethical and Legal Questions

Mexico’s government wants the biometrics of all its citizens. Given the fragility of its institutions and organized crime’s infiltration of both government and law enforcement, this is a major cause for concern.   Mexico has a serious problem with identity theft. Last year, the country ranked eighth worldwide in terms of the incidence of the crime, according […]

MEXICO LAND OF THE FREE – AN INTERVIEW WITH MEXICAN FREEDOM ACTIVIST CLAUDIA

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DHS Mayorkas Tells Judge to Re-Cancel ‘Remain in Mexico’

President Joe Biden’s border chief is making a second effort to cancel the “Remain in Mexico” (RIM) program because it hinders migrants’ ability to ask judges to let them stay in the United States. The United States is a “nation of immigrants,” border chief Alejandro Mayorkas claimed in a 39-page report that was prepared for […]

Aerial Survey Reveals Hundreds of Olmec and Maya Sites in Mexico

Researchers from the University of Arizona recently completed a groundbreaking and breathtaking aerial survey of large areas of southern Mexico that were once occupied by Olmec and Maya civilizations, the builders of ancient Mesoamerica’s first great civilizations. The survey was groundbreaking because it was the largest aerial imaging study ever carried out, covering more than […]

Remote-Sensing Reveals Details of Ancient Olmec Site in Mexico

Aerial remote-sensing of a large region of Mexico has revealed hundreds of ancient Mesoamerican ceremonial centers, including a large one at an important site for the ancient Olmec culture that is known for its colossal stone heads. The remote-sensing method, called lidar, pinpointed 478 ceremonial centers in areas that were home to the ancient Olmec […]

Mexico’s ‘Tren Maya’ Project Reveals Countless New Sites and Burials

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador’s ambitious, and highly controversial, Maya Train or Tren Maya project was announced in the winter of 2018. Envisaged as an intercity project that will traverse the Yucatan Peninsula in south-eastern Mexico, it was met with opposition by historical conservationists, the Zapatista guerrilla group, local indigenous peoples, and a significant […]

Biden’s DHS Planning to End Trump’s ‘Remain in Mexico’ Policy, Again

President Joe Biden’s Department of Homeland Security (DHS) is, again, planning to end former President Trump’s “Remain in Mexico” program that successfully reduced asylum fraud and helped eliminate the Catch and Release policy. In June, DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas announced that the agency had officially ended Remain in Mexico — the program wherein border crossers […]

23,000-Year-Old Human Footprints Found In New Mexico Are Revolutionary

Multiple patches of human footprints found alongside a long-vanished Ice Age lake in New Mexico have finally been dated, many years after they were first discovered. Scientists used radiocarbon techniques to test plant samples embedded in the footprints, and much to everyone’s surprise they confirmed the footprints were made by human adolescents and children traveling […]

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