Tag Archives: Río Grande

For Rio Grande Farmers, It’s All about the Water

By THÉRÈSE MARGOLIS Along the Rio Grande River in Texas, the covid-19 pandemic and the subsequent economic slowdown are major concerns, but not nearly as worrying for local farmers as the impending water crisis. The Rio Grande farmers produce nearly $500 million in foodstuffs each year, making the Rio Grande Valley (technically, it is not a valley, but a sprawling

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Bodies of 51 Foreign Migrants Discovered along US Border

XINHUA Mexico’s National Institute of Immigration (INM) said Wednesday, Aug. 5, that it has recovered 51 bodies of foreign migrants from the country’s northern border with the United States since 2019. According to the INM, members of its Beta Group special task force recovered the bodies from desert terrain and the Rio Grande River that separates the two countries, which

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AMLO Freezes Huachicoleo Banks Accounts

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF     The administration of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO)  announced on Thursday, Jan. 17, that the federal Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF) has frozen the bank accounts of 37 businesses believed to be linked to huachicoleo (gasoline piracy). A statement issued by the UIF, which is a subsidiary of the Treasury Secretariat, noted that

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