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Molotov injured and bombs during eviction in CDMX – Televisa News

In Mexico City, on Tuesday morning, in the office of the mayor of Álvaro in the street Adriano Brower 274 in the district Alfonso XIII a five-storey building with 19 apartments was vacated Obregon . The operation resulted in clashes between police and neighbors, and some were injured. We recommend: There is an eviction fight in the district Juarez, CDMX. …

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Expelled in AO, throw boiling water and burn police

In this video, you can see a fire from inside the building that injures the SSC police. Photo: Video MEXICO CITY During the morning clearing and tomorrow, some members of the affected families threw boiling water and burned parts of the Civil Security Secretariat (SSC). who came to the crime scene. The attackers also dropped fuel tanks and detonated the …

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The expulsion ends in a fierce conflict in Álvaro Obregón

Although a judge ordered the evacuation of a building in the Alfonso XIII neighborhood, there were clashes between tenants and SSC police. There are 6 detainees. Photos: Héctor Cano CITY OF MEXICO On the orders of a judge for commercial matters, in the district Alfonso XIII of the mayor of Álvaro Obregón to clear an eviction, the residents refused to …

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Coldwell responds to records involving Pemex officials taking bribes

"As for alleged bribes, this is a signal that I categorically reject," says the former Energy Minister of the EPN government. According to a reference in the case of Oro Negro a company claiming to be bankrupt in for refusing to pay bribes former energy minister of the last government, Pedro Joaquín Coldwell declined to participate in the alleged bribes …

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Oro Negro: The company that accuses Pemex of demanding bribes

Oro Negro was founded in the year 2012 by Gonzalo Gil White son ​​of the former Secretary of State and Treasury Francisco Gil Díaz, José Antonio Cañedo, White Son of Guillermo Cañedo, one of the founders of Televisa. The company won hefty contracts with Petróleos Mexicanos (Pemex) for more than $ 1.5 billion in just three years for renting five …

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The black Monday by Alfonso Durazo

It would have been unimaginable for Alfonso Durazo, the Federal Minister for Security and Citizens' Protection, to honor the commitment made by the López Obrador government in April that there would be a strategy in six months that would already exist Growth of criminal violence included. In fact, we were better when we were worse. The president's "morning" was in …

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Tomorrow's hearing will decide his freedom

Millennium Digital Mexico City / 14.10.2019 19:00:13 Julio Hernández Advocate of Rosario Robles said that tomorrow will hold a hearing in which a judge will review the judge's trial Felipe de Jesús Delgadillo Padierna who formally dictated his defendant and hoped that the former chairman of thanks to the evidence presented Sedesol and Sedatu can clear his process. "It might …

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The dead of the accident on the Merida-Motul route climb to eight

MOCOCHÁ.- After the tragic accident, eight people were killed between a transfer car and a trailer . ] In the first instance, six dead and seven injured were registered upside down a dolly against a trailer turned at the intersection "U" until Mocochá . The events were recorded at five in the morning. People who died in the daze at …

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The "Mijis" quit the Labor Party for lack of democracy

This Monday, the local deputy Pedro César Carrizales Becerra formalized the " Mijis ", his resignation opposite the faction . the Labor Party ( PT ) in the Congress of San Luis Potosí . By letter addressed to the deputy Martin Juárez Córdova President of National Convention Directive of the " Mijis " argued that his decision on "The lack …

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