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Los Zetas Drug Cartel is now in the Philippines
15 Jan 2013
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Tijuana Drug cartel is now in the Philippines
15 Jan 2013
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Tijuana Drug cartel is now in the Philippines 2
15 Jan 2013
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Mexican Drug Cartels is now in the Philippines
15 Jan 2013
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Edward James Olmos is very protective of his drug cartel, at least on the big screen. Olmos stars in an action-filled drug cartel flick, 2 Guns, opposite Denzel Washington and Mark Wahlberg. In an interview with Latin Times, Olmos talks about his character, Mexican drug lord, Papi Greco. Olmos explained that his character is strong, and ambitious, and is very concerned about protecting the cartel. During his career, Olmos has played many different characters, and he says that he wants to see a Latino as a hero. You can see Papi Greco in action in 2 Guns, in theaters now.
6 Aug 2013
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June 3, 2011 (2:29) Video of a Mexican teacher calming her students during a shootout has gone viral, prompting discussion of the drug war's impact on ordinary citizens.
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*******www.nbc13****/ 12/8 10pm Mexican Drug Cartels Fact Finder Report on NBC13HD
6 Dec 2008
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*******www.instablogs****/ Satyam board reconstituted This is a vital stabilizing development for Satyam and it marks the beginning of a new chapter in the company's history. The reconstitution of the board will help ensure business continuity, build confidence and protect the interest of all stakeholders – employees, customers and investors. The decision to appoint HDFC Chairman Deepak Parekh, the former Nasscom President Kiran Karnik and the former SEBI member C. Achutan as a three-member board will restore confidence of global investors in India Inc. especially after this unprecedented financial fraud in India's corporate history. Having taken charge of the troubled company, the government's priority should be to ensure that the Satyam board immediately arranges financing to ensure that salaries and payrolls of the 50,000 plus employees are met without disruption. Mexican drug cartels reach Europe Violent Mexican cartels that have killed thousands in a drug war at home this year are increasingly smuggling drugs to Europe by way of Africa. A 15-month international drug sweep called "Project Reckoning" captured 500 Gulf cartel collaborators in the United States, Mexico and Italy. Given the pressure from the Calderon government, we are seeing some of the Mexican groups seeking alliances with Europeans. According to the United Nations, The poor and weak states of West Africa make an ideal base of operations for international drug traffickers. Interpol says Mexican drug cartels could be using Africa's Atlantic seaboard for transport or storage purposes. Pakistan sectarian violence It is more than ten years now that Hangu has been suffering from continual eruption of sectarian violence. Hundreds of people have been killed and injured from both sides Shia and Sunni during these clashes. Nauroz is celebrated on 21st March and Ashura that is observed on 10th of Muharram are particularly sensitive at these times in this regard. The main reason behind the recurrence of sectarian violence is the lack of negotiations for long term peace in the area military curfew is imposed each time violence erupts but soon after that tragedy people and the government forgets about improving the ties between the Shias and Sunnis communities. The fresh outbreak of sectarian violence reminds us of the need for honest and effective reconciliation between Shia and Sunni sect especially in such times when terrorist elements are there to take advantage of such tensions for their malign designs. Starvation grips northern Kenya Nearly two million Kenyans face imminent starvation following crop failure in parts of Eastern and Rift Valley provinces. In Eastern, maize and bean crops have withered due to a long dry spell, while in Rift Valley Province, the shortage has been attributed to the delayed effects of the post election violence, which caused delays in planting last year. About a quarter of the six million people in the region have been affected causing the demand for relief food to shoot up. Residents have been left with no option and are living on porridge and wild tubers after herdsmen migrated with their animals in search of pastures and water near the Uganda border. The government's recently launched subsidized maize flour has not yet reached most parts of the country heavily facing food shortage hence worsening the situation. Food prices continue to rise across the country and worse are expected since rift valley province the country's bread basket will not be able to produce enough to feed the nation since farmers in the region were heavily affected during the poll violence early last year. *******www.instablogs****/
12 Jan 2009
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*******www.instablogs****/ Mexico’s hopes in President Obama Mexico has great hope in President-elect Barack Obama. We have hopes of not only renewing, but strengthening the neighboring relationship between us. There are three main areas that are need of desperate solutions and bilateral efforts: Drug trafficking, economy, and immigration. We are hoping for more active involvement in our war on drugs: assisting Border States and combating gun smuggling from the United States to Mexico. As for economy, we hope to continue NAFTA and work jointly in other aspects such as energy and oil. We hope a fair solution for the Mexican immigrants who reside in the United States and seek defining laws in which to regulate safe, fair, and legal migration opportunities. Tags: President Barack Obama, Mexico drug cartel, drug trafficking, immigration, President Felipe Calderon, Mexico, Instablogs New Zealand Crime Tax New Zealand’s government today announced the introduction of the crime tax a $50 fine on every person convicted of crime that will be used for victim support. Victim maintenance is a surprised move but the opposition party called it a pure piece of political theatre that would do little for victims. Justice Spokesperson Annette king also said that the scale will be expensive and bureaucratic. Maori party leader Tariana Turia also said that under the plan low-level offenders might end up subsidizing the fund for serious offenders which would be rather unfair. Tags: crime tax, victim, New Zealand, Instablogs Female Sexual exploitation in Kenya Kenyan men’s lack of shame has hit a new low with reports that they are sexually molesting females within the safe confines of HIV testing and counseling cubicles. An extreme case involves rape of a woman client at a VCT centre. Cases abound of female counselors being pinned to walls or subjected to indecent exposure by male clients. According to a VCT Director, sexual molestation of females is not restricted to VCTs alone but is widespread in the health care delivery system especially among ENT surgeons, gynaecologists and clinical officers. An abstract by Oxford university press says that while abuse occurs from client to counselor, from counselor to client and from counselor to counselor, in all cases the person suffering abuse was female. This is the third major scientific study this decade to blame Kenyan men for wholesome violence against women. Tags: HIV AIDS, VCT centre, sexual exploitation, female molestation, violence against women, Kenya, Instablogs
23 Jan 2009
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Average high school student Ben Weinberg is exposed as a drug lord and leading the effort for the Mexican Drug Cartels.
1 Jun 2009
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Average high school student Ben Weinberg is exposed as a drug lord and leading the effort for the Mexican Drug Cartels.
1 Jun 2009
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