MedicalTourismCo.Com report. Hospital Angeles in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico is a state-of-the-art medical facility, especially designed to cater to international patients. About 70% of the patients there are from the USA
Author and Financial Expert Brandon K Pope talks about his experience visiting Juarez, Mexico.
Mexico Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua hospital. Near to the US border twin city to El Paso Juarez is the world class five star medical tourism hospital of Star Medica. The hospital is a popular destination for people from USA
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Padre Roberto habla con Jose Luis Ceniseros de Radio Guadalupana. Estacion en Juarez, Mexico y El Paso Texas serviendo la comunidad hispana de 2 paises.
Honeyspace is an oasis of fresh thinking about art and its presentation — it is closer to the process of making it than to the process of selling it — despite its location in the midst of Chelsea’s booming commercial galleries.
This is largely because the space is run not by a dealer, but by an artist: the sculptor Thomas Beale. The gallery is unmarked, no one is guarding the space, it has no sleek white walls and no commercial purpose. The building owner donated studio space to Beale and supported his radical idea to open an unmonitored gallery. Since it first opened in February of this year, Honeyspace has gained a lot of attention for its provocative ideas and shows.
Honeyspace’s fourth show is called Portrait of Silvia Elena, a memorial to 17-year-old Silvia Elena Rivera Morales who was killed in 1995 — one of the first victims of the unsolved femicides taking place in Juarez, Mexico over the past 10 years.
The installation is a collaborative project by Swoon, a New York artist, famous for placing her wheatpaste cutouts on the streets of New York as well as showing them at MoMA, Brooklyn Museum and Deitch Projects, and Tennessee Jane Watson, a documentarian and social activist.
Most visitors stumble upon the unmarked gallery, where a small framed note on the wall invites them into the raw basement to see the piece. Shabby stairs lead viewers underground and one cannot help but be submerged in the somber mood of the installation. Such a departure from a safe guarded gallery in the rest of Chelsea drastically changes the usual gallery experience. The installation includes sound recordings by Watson, shrine elements and an intricate cut out portrait of Silvia Elena by Swoon.
The only explanation of the piece is in the corner of Honeyspace’s street level. The shrine on the table is made out of flowers, candles lighting the posters of the disappeared women, photographs of the commemorative pink crosses spread along the roads of Juarez and snapshots of the girls among their friends and family before their tragic disappearances.
To date, over 500 women and girls have been confirmed killed in Juarez, and more an 1000 have disappeared. Most of the victims are young, poor, and have been sexually assaulted prior to their deaths. The local police has been extremely ineffective in solving the 10 year old terror.
Earlier this year, during the trip to Juarez, Swoon and Watson met Silvia Elena’s mother Ramona Morales. They recorded Ramona’s recount of Silvia’s disappearance, traveled together to Silvia’s grave and brought back photographs of Silvia.
By inviting us to mourn together with them, Swoon and Watson bring emotion into the cold news stories we read and hear everyday of events taking place in Mexico, a place so far away, yet so close.
US to check Somali pirate menace in Gulf of Aden
The US government should work in close collaboration with other countries in the gulf to tackle piracy by Somali pirates in the region. We should not only take note but also applaud the sinking of a suspected Somali pirate vessel in the Gulf of Aden by an Indian navy warship. INS Tabar sank the pirate ‘mother ship’ after it did not stop for investigation and instead opened fire. US with its best naval capacity can deploy its naval vessels and military aircrafts to effectively fight piracy off the coast of Somalia. International community must pick the challenge of restoring normalcy in Somalia since whatever happens there certainly has an effect on what’s happening out in the Gulf of Aden. The region is an important transit route for both commercial and military supplies for the US fighting two most important wars in the region Iraq and Afghanistan. Destruction of Somali pirates becomes essential to ensure safe passage of vital shipments.
Nepali Supreme Court approves gay marriage
California voters may have rejected same sex marriage Nepali Supreme Court however has agreed to the same. The court by its ruling has upheld the basic human rights including the right to same sex marriage. In doing so the Apex Court has defeated the Maoist idea of having a Nepal that despises gay rights as bourgeois idea fit to be scorned at. And, why just California, Nepal has vanquished India, the world’s largest democracy which is seeking to criminalize homosexual sex and where lawyers are fighting an uphill battle to remove the proposed ban on gay marriage. For sure the world is turning upside down. Gays from South Asia once used to seek asylum in the United States it would be interesting to see the tide turning. Soon Californians would be heading to Nepal to get married in the shadow of the Himalayas.
Mexican teachers become victims of drug extortion racket
Elementary school teachers are the latest victims of an exploding extortion racket in the border city of Ciudad Juarez, Mexico, as criminal gangs threaten educators to either hand over their coming Christmas bonuses or see harm done to their families or students. On Tuesday, full-page ads were taken out in local papers by a wide coalition of business, religious, political and social groups asking President Felipe Calderon for more help. The federal government has already sent thousands of federal police and soldiers, but crime has only gotten worse. What is certain is that as bonus day approaches, teachers, parents and students alike are getting nervous, It's going to be a crisis when they come to collect their extortion money.
Tollywood expresses solidarity with Sri Lankan Tamils
“When every Tamil heart is wounded over the sufferings of our brethren in Sri Lanka, it is inappropriate to celebrate my birthday”. This is the latest comment from Rajnikanth aimed at expressing his solidarity with the Tamil community facing the wrath of Sri Lankan army. The announcement is nothing but star tactics meant to shore up his image amongst his fans. Actually the star is trying to salvage his marketability since “Kuselan” starring Rajnikant sold at a cost of Rs.650 millio, bombed at the box office triggering a crisis in the Tamil film industry. It seems that Rajnikanth is all geared up to take a plunge in politics just like veteran M.Karunanidhi and Jayalalitha. The so called stars of Tamil film industry may take the leverage of accusing Sri Lanka of committing genocide and crimes against humanity. However nothing can stop us from protecting our territorial sovereignty and integrity.
Joining the likes of Dexter, Hannibal and The Following, Demian Bichir now joins The Bridge. The new drama gives us a twist in the old cop-story/serial killer TV drama formula. Bichir is a cop who is caught in the center of it all. Set on the USâMexico border, the show opens with the investigation of a murder of a judge that takes place on the bridge between El Paso, Texas and Juarez, Mexico.
EN LA NOCHE DE MILAGROS EN EL AUDITORIO KIKI ROMERO EN CD. JUAREZ MEXICO.LOS DEMONIOS SE VAN Y QUEDA LIBRE POR EL PODER DE DIOS,DESPUES DE QUE EL HNO. ORLANDO FIGUEROA ORA POR EL.!!GLORIA A CRISTO!!!
Ciudad de Juárez México, una de las ciudades más violentas, dominadas por los carteles del narcotráfico con mayor afluencia de drogas a Estados Unidos y el mundo.
Y la ruptura de un pais por una ciudad.
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In this ussoccer.com all_access video, watch as the WNT celebrates Stephanie Cox's 22nd birthday from Juarez, Mexico ... ussoccer soccer womens national team mexico stephanie
Early one mornin' while makin' the rounds
I took a shot of cocaine and I shot my woman down
I went right home and I went to bed
I stuck that lovin' .44 beneath my head
Got up next mornin' and I grabbed that gun
Took a shot of cocaine and away I run
Made a good run but I ran too slow
They overtook me down in Juarez, Mexico
Late in the hot joints takin' the pills
In walked the sheriff from Jericho Hill
He said Willy Lee your name is not Jack Brown
You're the dirty heck that shot your woman down
Said yes, oh yes my name is Willy Lee
If you've got the warrant just a-read it to me
Shot her down because she made me sore
I thought I was her daddy but she had five more
When I was arrested I was dressed in black
They put me on a train and they took me back
Had no friend for to go my bail
They slapped my dried up carcass in that county jail
Early next mornin' bout a half past nine
I spied the sheriff coming down the line
Ah, and he coughed as he cleared his throat
He said come on you dirty heck into that district court
Into the courtroom my trial began
Where I was handled by twelve honest men
Just before the jury started out
I saw the little judge commence to look about
In about five minutes in walked the man
Holding the verdict in his right hand
The verdict read murder in the first degree
I hollered Lawdy Lawdy, have a mercy on me
The judge he smiled as he picked up his pen
99 years in the Folsom pen
99 years underneath that ground
I can't forget the day I shot that bad bitch down
Come on you've gotta listen unto me
Lay off that whiskey and let that cocaine be
Gabriel sings at a Rally for Peace in Juarez, Mexico.
Vanguard In this scene from Vanguard's "Narco War Next Door," correspondent Laura Ling revisits some of the many murder scenes in Juarez, Mexico, where in 2008 there were almost 1400 drug-related killings.
NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams Though violence and murder, generated by the drug cartels surround the children of Juarez Mexico, some are seduced by the wealth, fame and apparent glamour of the cartels. ITV's Bill Neely reports.
Thirteen people are dead after a brutally violent two days in Juarez, Mexico on Saturday (July 18). The drug war killed more than 6,000 people across Mexico in 2008 and 2,500 people so far this year. It is President Felipe Calderon's biggest challenge and the violence has started to spill over some parts of the U.S. border. U.S. President Barack Obama praised Calderon's campaign in a visit to Mexico in April and U.S. officials say escalating violence is a sign of drug gangs' weakness.