Tag Archives: Social Media

Motorists Assaulted, Robbed on Highway to Acapulco

By MARK LORENZANA The Autopista del Sol, which connects Mexico City with Acapulco, the city and major seaport in the southwestern Mexican coastal state of Guerrero, has become a danger for motorists traveling along the busy highway due to constant assaults and robbery. On Saturday, Nov. 5, travelers were robbed by armed men on the Autopista del Sol, on the stretch between Acapulco

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Armed Group Interrogate, Release Municipal Police Officers

By MARK LORENZANA A group of armed men subdued and interrogated what is presumed to be four police officers from the municipality of Concepción de Buenos Aires in the Mexican state of Jalisco, who they recorded and forced to confess alleged links with the Jalisco New Generation Cartel (CJNG). The video, which has since been circulated on social media networks,

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AMLO’s Son Accuses Senator, Journalist of Harassment

By MARK LORENZANA José Ramón López Beltrán, eldest son of Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO), warned Senator Xóchitl Gálvez of the conservative National Action Party (PAN) that he would take legal action against the legislator for “invading the property of others” and “not respecting” his “right to privacy.” “I reserve the right to take any legal action against

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AMLO Writes Political Last Will and Testament

By THE PULSE NEWS MEXICO STAFF After undergoing a cardiac catheterization one day earlier at the Military Hospital, leading to widespread concerns about his physical health, Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) released an eight-minute video on Saturday, Jan. 22, confirming that he had written a “political last will and testament” to ensure “continued governability” in the nation in

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Inside Monreal’s New Social Media Initiative

By KELIN DILLON National Regeneration Movement (Morena) Senator Ricardo Monreal announced on Monday, Feb. 8, the exact framework for his new initiative to regulate social networks in Mexico in his attempt to protect freedom of expression in virtual spaces. The initiative will only apply to social media networks that have and operate over one million users, deeming them “relevant” for

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