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Crises Overshadow Chronic Ills; 'Don't Ask' Policy To Change. Also, Mexico Senate Wants Answers About Student Massacre
Monday, 25 January 2010 07:33

SecurityCornerMexico.com Recommended Reading: WORD CHAMPIONS IN SHOOTING SPREES & MASSACRES. Also, GUNMAN MASSACRES 14 WOMEN IN MONTREAL The Mexico – United States border runs from San Diego, California, and Tijuana, Baja California, in the west to Matamorors, Tamailipas, and Brownsville, Texas, in the east, and traverses a variety of terrains, ranging from major urban areas to inhospitable deserts. More, HERE. Also, Haitian immigration to the United States and Canada, by Wikipedia.

Haiti is situated on the western part of Hispaniola, the second largest island in the Greater Antilles. Haiti is the third largest country in the Caribbean behind Cuba and the Dominican Republic (the latter shares a 360 kilometer (224 mi) border with Haiti). More, HERE.

In addition, Obama's State of the Union Rhetoric, 2010: Economic Euphemisms and Internal Contradictions by Michael Hudson AND The Fateful Geological Prize Called Haiti & The Militarization of Emergency Aid to Haiti: Is it a Humanitarian Operation or an Invasion? by Michel Chossudovsky, Global Research, Canada.

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This gallery collects all of our photos of the crisis in Haiti, starting with the most recent images and going back to the first photos that emerged after an earthquake hit the impoverished nation Jan. 12.

LAUNCH PHOTO GALLERY

By Peter Slevin

Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, February 1, 2010

PORT-AU-PRINCE, HAITI -- International relief organizations backed by American soldiers delivered hundreds of tons of rice to homeless residents of the Haitian capital Sunday, laboring to ease a food shortage that has left countless thousands struggling to find enough to eat.

But even as food-aid workers enjoyed their most successful day since the Jan. 12 earthquake, the increasingly prominent role of U.S. troops and civilians in the capital is creating high expectations that the Obama administration is struggling to contain.

More, HERE.

Beyonce's six awards set a record for most Grammys won by a female artist in a single night but Taylor Swift took home the evening's biggest prize, Album of the Year, at Sunday's Grammy Awards in Los Angeles

For U.S. Soldiers In Haiti, Helping Becomes The Hardest Part

 
There to help, but finding it hard: For U.S. soldiers in Haiti, helping the homeless and injured takes time, patience.

Bin Laden Blasts US For Climate Change 

By SALAH NASRAWI
The Associated Press Friday, January 29, 2010
 
CAIRO -- Al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden has called for the world to boycott American goods and the U.S. dollar, blaming the United States and other industrialized countries for global warming, according to a new audiotape released Friday.
In the tape, broadcast in part on Al-Jazeera television, bin Laden warned of the dangers of climate change and says that the way to stop it is to bring "the wheels of the American economy" to a halt.

FILE - This is an undated photo of al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden. Bin Laden issued a new audio message claiming responsibility for the Christmas day bombing attempt in Detroit and vowed further attacks. (AP Photo, File)

FILE - This is an undated photo of al-Qaida chief Osama bin Laden. Bin Laden issued a new audio message claiming responsibility for the Christmas day bombing attempt in Detroit and vowed further attacks. (AP Photo, File) (Anonymous - AP)
 
More, HERE.
 
First State of the Union Speech By President Obama: 'We Face A Deficit Of Trust'
  Washington Post Staff Writer
Thursday, January 28, 2010
President Obama delivered an urgent plea for unity on Wednesday night during his first State of the Union address, seeking to recapture the energy that propelled him into office and to reverse his party's trajectory after a series of recent setbacks.
A year after entering the White House with a broad mandate, Obama reframed his agenda around a single, central mission: continuing the nation's delicate economic recovery. He focused on jobs, casting himself as the advocate of average citizens, and acknowledged that his administration had "some political setbacks this year, and some of them were deserved."
More, HERE.
 
 

More Funding For Military Families

When you can't do anything right: In a union that isn't happy, the American people know just what they don't like: everything 

ACORN foe arrested in bug plot: Filmmaker, U.S. attorney's son among four men arrested in plot to wiretap La. senator's office. 

Obama to put limits on government spending 

Pilot in Beirut crash didn't follow tower's advice 

Report warns of al-Qaeda resolve: Group is determined to attack U.S. with chemical, biological or even nuclear weapons, report says

Blast hits near U.S. military base in Afghan capital  

Immigration rules upset Haitians, relatives in U.S.

Debate grows in aftermath of quake: Should U.S. let more Haitians immigrate?

Washington Post Staff Writer
Monday, January 25, 2010

From morning until night, Dieula Celestin's cellphone rings in Miami's Little Haiti. It is her younger brother, Roger Paul, calling from Port-au-Prince, where he and their 65-year-old mother live with no food, no job and no money in the street outside the remnants of their house. 

Celestin knows that federal immigration rules forbid her brother, her mother and half a dozen other people in her family who survived the earthquake -- as eight others died -- to enter the United States. Still, she flew to Haiti late Saturday, hoping that somehow she could find a way to bring them back. More, HERE

Bombers target Baghdad hotels

A Googling Commander in Chief?

Former secretary of state Colin Powell has visited the president at the White House several times. Aides to Obama said he values Powell's status as an elder statesman.

Former secretary of state Colin Powell has visited the president at the White House several times. Aides to Obama said he values Powell's status as an elder statesman. (Linda Davidson/the Washington Post)

Chavez orders TV station off air

Vials of black-market Botox like this one are available the world over through the Internet.

Vials of black-market Botox like this one are available the world over through the Internet. (Tim Chapman/miami Herald Via Ap)

Officials fear toxic ingredient in Botox could become terrorist tool 

Guatemalan police arrest ex-president wanted in US 

Ex-Honduran leader leaves for exile, vows return

Almost 300,000 Cubans abroad visited island in '09

 

Mexico Travel Stories

MEXICO NEWS 

Mexico Senate wants answers about student massacre

Reuters,Tuesday, February 2, 2010

MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexico's Senate on Tuesday demanded the government explain the murder of 15 people at a high school party in a city on the U.S. border despite a heavy army presence there aimed at quelling rampant drug violence.

The Senate said it would call Mexico's top anti-drug officials, including the attorney general and the defense and security ministers, to appear before lawmakers in the next few days to examine the killings, a spokesman said.  More, HERE.

Journalist killed in Mexico, 3rd this year

7 suspects, 1 policeman die in Mexico shootout

Daughter of artist Diego Rivera dies in England

Mexican mayor fears massacre of 16 was random

Death toll in Mexican party massacre rises to 16

Soldiers stand inside a blood stained room after a group of gunmen opened fire a day earlier on a gathering of students killing at least 13 and injuring dozens in the northern border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Sunday Jan. 31, 2010. (AP Photo)

Soldiers stand inside a blood stained room after a group of gunmen opened fire a day earlier on a gathering of students killing at least 13 and injuring dozens in the northern border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, Sunday Jan. 31, 2010. (AP Photo) (AP)

By ALICIA CALDWELL

The Associated Press
Monday, February 1, 2010

CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico -- The mayor of a violent Mexican border city said Monday he fears a shooting that killed 16 students at a party may have been random because the victims were "good kids" with no apparent ties to drug gangs.

The death toll of the weekend massacre in Ciudad Juarez, one of the deadliest cities in the world, rose to 16 after three more victims died at hospitals, according to the Chihuahua state attorney general's office. More, HERE.

 
 
 
Mexico City's Restaurants Favor The Authentic Approach
 
 
 
Washington Post Staff Writer
Sunday, January 31, 2010
 
Here's what three recent days in Mexico City taught this food lover: Some of the top restaurants are open only for lunch. Tourists are the only ones who tend to eat dinner before 9 p.m. ("Seven-thirty doesn't exist here," jokes Nicholas Gilman, the author of the well-regarded "Good Food in Mexico City" and a generous guide during my stay.)
 
If you like to debate, bring up the subject of pork tacos. Everyone seems to have a favorite source and is quick to defend it. (My pick of the pack: the always-hopping El Califa, at Altata 22 in Condesa.) More, HERE.
 
 

Gunmen kill 14 at high school party in Mexico

Latin America rejects old U.S. approach in drugs war  

Investigator in Calif. official's slaying killed 

The Associated Press
Saturday, January 30, 2010
 

EL MONTE, Calif. -- The lead investigator in the slaying in Mexico of a Southern California school board member has been killed in an ambush, authorities said Saturday. 

Mexican officials wouldn't say whether investigator Manuel Acosta's killing was related to the killing of Agustin Roberto "Bobby" Salcedo last month.  

More, HERE 

Police find 6 headless bodies in western Mexico

Mexico GDP down 6.8 percent in 2009  

Calderon: Global climate deal hinges on money

 Cabanas' condition improves after shooting: MEXICO CITY -- Doctors trying to save the life...being shot in the head at close range in a Mexico City bar. Article by STEPHEN WADE (AP Online) 

Mexico: Maya tomb find could help explain collapse

Feds seek to overturn Mexico City gay marriage law

Man's head found in Mexican town square

Mariachi cries at Gaultier conclude haute couture

Paraguay striker Cabanas shot, bullet lodged

Police identify suspect in Cabanas shooting 

El Salvador denounces 3 migrant deaths in Mexico 

 

Paraguay soccer star shot in Mexico City bar

Shootout in Mexico kills 2 soldiers, 4 gunmen  

FILE - In this May 21, 2009 file photo, Mexico City's Mayor Marcelo Ebrard speaks during a news conference in Mexico City. Ebrard has not confirmed his 2012 presidential ambitions, but already he is seen as one of the main front runners. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo, File)

FILE - In this May 21, 2009 file photo, Mexico City's Mayor Marcelo Ebrard speaks during a news conference in Mexico City. Ebrard has not confirmed his 2012 presidential ambitions, but already he is seen as one of the main front runners. (AP Photo/Eduardo Verdugo, File) (Eduardo Verdugo - AP) 

FILE - In this July 3, 2005 file photo, Enrique Pena Nieto, then candidate of the Institutional Revolutionary Party, for governor of the state of Mexico, gives the thumbs up sign as he arrives at a voting station to cast his vote in the city of Atlacomulco, Mexico. Pena Nieto has not confirmed his 2012 presidential ambitions, but already he is seen as one of the main front runners. (AP Photo/Dario Lopez-Mills, File)

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Times Online

February 1, 2010

Sir Jock Stirrup: Tony Blair's Iraq war delay caused kit chaos

Britain’s top military commander admitted today that soldiers in Iraq were left without life-saving body armour and even proper boots and clothing because Tony Blair delayed authorising the war plans.

Air Chief Marshal Sir Jock Stirrup told the Iraq Inquiry the armed forces had been underfunded in the years leading up to the invasion which led to shortages of equipment.

More, HERE.

Hundreds demonstrate outside the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre as Tony Blair gives evidence

January 29, 2010

Tony Blair admits Saddam threat was overstated (VIDEO)

 

Tony Blair opened himself up to a charge of misleading Parliament today when he told the Iraq inquiry that by any objective analysis the threat posed by Saddam Hussein's chemical and biological weapons programme had not increased after 9/11.

Appearing as the star witness before Sir John Chilcot's panel, the former Prime Minister stressed the transformation of US and UK foreign policy after the attacks of September 11, 2001, an event that he said had changed the "calculus of risk" for the transatlantic allies.  

More, HERE.

Blair’s Appearance At Iraq inquiry To Spark Mass Anti-war Protest.

January 25, 2010;

Anti-war protesters from across Britain are urged to join a demonstration when Tony Blair appears at the inquiry

Thousands of anti-war campaigners are preparing for Tony Blair’s appearance at the Iraq inquiry in what could be the biggest political demonstration since last year’s G20 protests.

Riot police will be on stand-by around the Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, close to the Houses of Parliament, as the former Prime Minister faces more than five hours of questioning on Friday. More, HERE.

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The New Face Of Border Violence

SignOnSanDiego

A violent chapter in the storied battle against international drug trafficking is now being written along the U.S.-Mexican border. In December 2006, upon taking office, Mexican President Felix Calderón launched an all-out assault on Mexico’s drug cartels. Unlike past initiatives, designed as showpieces for the U.S. government, Calderón’s effort has been waged in earnest, including the dispatch of 45,000 troops and 5,000 federal police officers to 18 Mexican states.

In response, drug cartels went on a rampage, escalating attacks on law enforcement and competing traffickers. Since 2007, news reports put the death toll somewhere between 11,000 and 13,500. The Los Angeles Times Web site shows the bloody tally like an old fashioned Wall Street ticker-tape, the numbers ascending ominously. But the Times graphic trails its own news tally, demonstrating that symbols of the carnage can’t keep pace with its reality. More, HERE.

Charged contractors had checkered military pasts

Rare look shows ex-Blackwater guards charged in Afghan killings had sketchy military records

MIKE BAKER, AP News, Jan 25, 2010

A pair of former Blackwater contractors charged with murdering two people in Afghanistan had checkered pasts with the military before getting hired to work overseas, according to service records disclosed in recent U.S. court hearings.

The troubled backgrounds of the two men — including instances of violence, drug use and disregard for authority — are a first sign that Xe, the company formerly known as Blackwater, was staffing its war-zone workforce with contractors who might not be suited for the job. More, HERE.

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Cite Soleil

Residents of Cite Soleil line up for aid next to an open sewer filled with trash, some of it smoldering, as a U.N. peacekeeper from Brazil stands watch. (Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times / January 24, 2010)

In Haiti, U.S. troops embrace a new role

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The Obama Administration's Cover-up of the Flight 253 Affair 

"New Smoking Gun" Disclosures, by Tom Burghardt

Relevant questions begging for answers include: Who made the decision not to "connect the dots"? Are right-wing elements and holdovers from the previous administration actively conspiring to destabilize the Obama government? Was the attempted bombing a planned provocation meant to incite new conflicts in the Middle East and restrict democratic rights at home? 

As with the 9/11 attacks, these questions go unasked by corporate media. Indeed, such lines of inquiry are entirely off the table and are further signs that a cover-up is in full-swing, not a hard-hitting investigation. More, HERE.  

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Lisbon Treaty: Will War Criminal Tony Blair become President of the European Union?   

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Haiti talks in Montreal focus on rebuilding

A woman walks through debris in Haiti's devastated capital of Port-au-Prince on Jan. 15. A conference opening Monday in Montreal will focus on how to rebuild the country's pulverized infrastructure.

A woman walks through debris in Haiti's devastated capital of Port-au-Prince on Jan. 15. A conference opening Monday in Montreal will focus on how to rebuild the country's pulverized infrastructure. (Associated Press/Gregory Bull)

34 bodies found in Ethiopian Airlines crash

34 bodies found in Ethiopian Airlines crash

Capt. Robert Semrau (centre) arrives under military police escort for a custody hearing at CFB Petawawa in January 2009. He is charged with second-degree murder in the death of a presumed enemy fighter in Afghanistan.   

Capt. Robert Semrau (centre) arrives under military police escort for a custody hearing at CFB Petawawa in January 2009. He is charged with second-degree murder in the death of a presumed enemy fighter in Afghanistan. (Canadian Press/Tom Hanson)

Canadian soldier in court on murder charge 

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Un hombre fue detenido como sospechoso de estar involucrado en la muerte de 16 estudiantes, ejecutados en una fiesta el pasado fin de semana en Ciudad Juárez, informó el gobernador José Reyes Baeza Terrazas.

El jefe de Gobierno confía en que la Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación -donde se discutirá sobre la constitucionalidad de esas reformas- proteja los derechos que la ley consagra. Mas. AQUI. 

El presidente de EU pretende destinar mil 600 millones de dólares para identificar y deportar a indocumentados, 200 millones mas de lo que pidió el año pasado

Faltan resultados contra narco en EU: PRI

Plan Mérida es atole con el dedo de EU: PAN

Ante la masacre en Ciudad Juárez y las muertes en Torreón, el Senado de la República llamó a comparecer de manera inmediata ante comisiones unidas, a los secretarios de la Defensa Nacional, general Guillermo Galván Galván y de Marina, almirante Francisco Mariano Saynez Mendoza; al titular de la PGR, Arturo Chávez, y al secretario de Seguridad Pública, Genaro García Luna, para que expliquen la estrategia en el combate al crimen organizado, y se emita un balance de los resultados.

Cabañas, en franca mejoría; podría declarar

REVIVEN NOCHE TRAGICA. Foto: Claroscuro. La PGJDF inició la reconstrucción de hechos en el Bar Bar, al que ingresaron siete arraigados, más de diez empleados del lugar y peritos para continuar con la investigación del ataque a Salvador Cabañas | Ver nota | Cobertura

El número de jóvenes asesinados en una fiesta juvenil la madrugada del domingo en Ciudad Juárez, frontera con Estados Unidos, ascendió a 15, después de que fallecieran otros dos de los heridos, informaron fuentes oficiales

El presidente de la segunda comisión de la Comisión Permanente, Rubén Velázquez López (PRD) lamentó que el Plan Mérida sea un programa de escasos efectos en beneficio de México contra el crimen organizado. Plan Mérida, ayuda ficticia de los EUA 

Firmas de EU ganan con guerra al narco
 
En diciembre de 2009, el gobierno de EU entregó cinco helicópteros Bell-412 por el acuerdo de la Iniciativa Mérida
 
 
 
CIUDAD JUÁREZ, Chih.— Una fiesta de estudiantes de preparatoria terminó en tragedia a las 01:00 horas del domingo cuando un comando irrumpió y disparó contra todos los asistentes para dejar al menos 14 personas muertas y 14 heridas. Más. AQUI.
 

Dueños de discotecas, bares y centros de espectáculos denunciaron que “para operar sin problemas” otorgan sobornos que van desde 15 mil pesos hasta un millón de pesos al mes.  

Grupos del crimen organizado del país amagan con convertirse en amenaza “global”. Ya fincaron su poderío en 19 países de Latinoamérica, ganan terreno en varias ciudades de Estados Unidos e incluso se expanden a Europa y Australia  

Marcelo Ebrard consideró un grave error y una intromisión la acción de inconstitucionalidad que interpuso el gobierno federal contra las bodas gay y la adopción

Administración Calderón interpone recurso que suspendería derechos otorgados a parejas del mismo sexo

DEPUESTO Y DESTERRADO. El ex presidente de Honduras, Manuel Zelaya, aterrizó en la República Dominicana procedente de su país, después de la toma de protesta de Porfirio Lobo, nuevo mandatario hondureño | Ver nota Foto EFE.

No mejora Cabañas; acusan a 7 de tentativa de homicidio

Los especialistas nacionales e internacionales dijeron que la lucha contra el narcotráfico no tiene posibilidad de éxito

Silvia Irabien, ex participante del programa Big Brother, dio a conocer que el presunto agresor del futbolista Salvador Cabañas es el padre de su hija

FCH: Opositores buscan control del sistema

CABAÑAS YA RESPONDE. Ernesto Martínez Duart (i), neurocirujano que intervino ayer a Salvador Cabalñas, informó que a partir de hoy el delantero paraguayo del América será alimentado a través de una sonda | Ver nota Foto: Reuters.

   

CONSTERNACION. La esposa de Salvador Cabañas, María Alonso de Cabañas, abandona el Hospital Los Ángeles en medio de un tumulto por saber el estado del jugador americanista | vefutbol

APOYO FAMILIAR: La madre del futbolista paraguayo Salvador Cabañas, Basilia Ortega de Cabañas, llegó a la ciudad de México para acudir al lado de su hijo en el Hospital Los Ángeles | Ver nota Foto Reuters

Miguel Ángel Mancera, procurador capitalino, señaló que la agresión pudo deberse a que el cuñado del paraguayo platicaba con una bailarina que acompañaba al JJ y su escolta, presuntos agresores del futbolista

Un funcionario asegura que la DEA ya planeaba desde antes de diciembre de 2006 involucrar a México en un plan de guerra contra el narcotráfico

Los partidos de oposición pusieron trabas al decálogo de reformas políticas que el presidente Felipe Calderón envió al Congreso en diciembre   

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El matrimonio se conforma de un hombre y una mujer: Calderón

Atribuyen a "escuadrón de la muerte" la matanza en Juárez

Comando roba 6 autos en el DF

Hieren en el glúteo a otro jugador del América

Médico prohibe a Cabañas rendir su declaración ministerial

Gobierno debe revisar su estrategia antinarco: Ramírez Acuña

Dejan 19 muertos enfrentamientos en Sonora, Nayarit, Guanajuato y Coahuila

Cinco ejecutados en Michoacán; tres eran policías 

Peña Nieto tiene popularidad, yo, la experiencia política: Beltrones 

Gana Juan Villoro premio Rey de España

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Luego de que fueron identificados los presuntos responsables del intento de homicidio contra el futbolista Salvador Cabañas en el “Bar-Bar”, la Procuraduría General de Justicia del Distrito Federal (PGJDF) solicitó la colaboración de Procuraduría General de la República (PGR) y de la Secretaría Seguridad Pública federal 

El procurador del Distrito Federal, Miguel Angel Mancera informó que el nombre del presunto agresor del futbolista Salvador Cabañas es José J. Balderas Garza, apodado como "El JJ".

El procurador capitalino Miguel Ángel Mancera identificó  --en videos de las cámaras de seguridad del Bar Bar-- a dos presuntos agresores del delantero uruguayo Salvador Cabañas, quien este lunes fue intervenido quirúrgicamente de una lesión de bala en la cabeza. Mas. AQUI
El presidente del Partido Acción Nacional (PAN), César Nava, y sus antecesores Manuel Espino y Luis Felipe Bravo Mena serán denunciados ante la Procuraduría General de la República por presuntamente cometer delitos contra la seguridad de la nación, entre ellos el de “conspiración”. La denuncia será presentada mañana al mediodía por el panista Luis Paredes Moctezuma, exalcalde de Puebla, quien afirma tener pruebas de que Nava, Espino y Bravo Mena han incurrido en delitos en su carácter de miembros de El Yunque, la organización clandestina de ultraderecha que controla la estructura del PAN. Mas. AQUI.
Amplían arraigo contra los Cadetes de Linares

Al menos seis personas murieron durante un enfrentamiento entre miembros del Ejército Mexicano y presuntos integrantes de Los Zetas, en el municipio Doctor Arroyo, Durango. Mas, AQUI

Cúpula priista denuncia "hiperactivismo de la ultraderecha" 
Censuran a la Siedo en el caso del asesinato del general Tello Quiñones 
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