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    On the morning of March 2, 2021, the mobile operator Telcel presented a massive ruling in the center of the country. Half the country was disconnected but memes were not lacking. Mexico goes through a seemingly complicated moment. Not long ago it suffered from serious blackouts that cut off the electricity supply to the north of the country. And now, out of nowhere, the nation’s main mobile operator, Telcel, has filed a massive failure of its service. In the early hours of this March 2, 2021, the first failure reports began to be submitted. It all started in a relatively isolated manner around 6:00 AM, but by 9:00 AM the number of reports of lack of service was already too high. DownDetector. As could be expected, this situation became a viral phenomenon and managed to position itself as a Trending Topic on Twitter. Which obviously set off an avalanche...
    New York : Sofia Reyes. Photo: Earl Gibson III / . Sofia Reyes will be in charge of interpreting the Mexican National Anthem in the fight of Saúl ‘Canelo’ Álvarez against Avni Yildirim, this Saturday, February 27, at the Hard Rock Stadium in Miami, Florida. “I am very grateful for the invitation again. Wow! It is a huge honor for me to be able to represent Mexico in such an important fight and with Canelo, whom I admire a lot and is an immense Mexican pride, “Sofía told People in spanish. #SofiaReyes will perform the National Anthem of Mexico in the fight of #Canelo vs. #Yildirim pic.twitter.com/CK1KWBDKtH – Fergie Alonso (@Feer_grcals) February 27, 2021 And, a couple of months ago, she had already been invited by the Mexican boxer to sing the anthem in one of his fights, but unfortunately she canceled her presentation at...
    Twitter One of the memes that appeared on social media following Senator Ted Cruz's vacation to Mexico was a fake postcard, joking that the Texas lawmaker sent a note telling Texas to stay warm. Senator Ted Cruz’s 24-hour vacation to Cancun, Mexico generated a slew of memes from people poking fun at his trip during a crisis in Texas. Twitter also gave Cruz some new nicknames: Cancun Cruz and Flyin’ Ted. The Texas lawmaker’s brief trip came amidst a massive crisis in his home state. Millions of people were left without power in record-breaking cold temperatures brought on by a winter storm. Another was on the heels of the first storm when Cruz was spotted flying to Mexico. The death toll reached 47 on Thursday, February 18, the day Cruz returned home. He issued a statement, saying he went on vacation with his daughters who wanted to spend...
    Everything happened from one day to the next. On February 15, the Facebook page of the National Institute for Historical Studies of the Revolutions of Mexico (INEHRM), attached to the Ministry of Culture, was functioning normally, sharing publications of past events. But, 24 hours later, the profile was silent, without making a single post. What happened? Facebook, Mark Zuckerbeg’s social network, decided to block the INEHRM page for a post that recalled the death of Osama bin Laden. In the post, the Institute included a photo of the Taliban leader. The INEHRM said in a statement on Wednesday, February 17, that the page had been blocked for “having violated community norms.” The suspension was first for a full day, the agency added. But then it went up to 30 days and eventually it went up to two months. This, supposedly, by recidivism. The Institute explained in the statement that...
    U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz has fled to Mexico. As Texans face blackouts, harsh and unusually cold weather, flooding concerns, lack of heat, and general chaos in trying to get everything from groceries to running water, photos of the Republican senator flying to Cancun, Mexico, have gone viral. Cruz’s office has not released an official comment, and Cruz’s social media does not mention the trip. Mind you, this is international travel during a literal global pandemic. That said, Fox journalist Chad Pergram tweeted that fellow Fox News reporter Paul Steinhauser confirmed Cruz did indeed travel to Mexico. The source reportedly said “the photos speak for themselves.” As my colleague Mark Sumner points out, as ever with the GOP, there’s always the possibility they’ll keep things vague and confusing with the hope of saying, “Hey, that’s fake news!” later on. Let’s dive into what social media has to say about the situation below. First,...
    It seems that working life in Mexico started the week off on the wrong foot. Since yesterday, February 15, several users have reported failures in the services of Internet from various providers. This, together with the errors of the past week, have caused the discontent of users. Through social networks, several users reported internet problems on the servers of Telmex, Izzi, Totalplay and MegacableThis after a mega blackout that affected northern Mexico, something that affected the rest of the country. Although this problem has already been fixed, internet failures still affect many people. The blackout was due to a high flow of energy in the north and south of the country. In this way, the Downdetector site, which is focused on internet failures, began to register several problems with the different providers of this service from 8:00 AM yesterday. Fortunately, Over time, things have started to normalize and fewer...
    Recently, Mexican billionaire Ricardo Salinas Pliego joined Elon Musk and several high-profile individuals in adding the Bitcoin hashtag to his Twitter bio. Salinas is one of the richest people in Mexico with a fortune of around US $ 13.2 billion and 10% of the entrepreneur’s liquid portfolio is in Bitcoin. Ricardo Salinas Pliego is the third richest person in Mexico and in 2013 he bought BTC for US $ 200. At the time he claimed, it was the “best investment ever made.” “I want to wait another five or ten years,” he said during an interview in December 2020. When Salinas was interviewed, he also spoke about some South American countries facing economic turmoil. “What is happening in Venezuela, in Argentina, where fiat money is collapsing, has become a scandal. It really opens your eyes to the fiat money problem, ”Salinas explained at the time. And now he’s promoting Bitcoin...
    Editorial: Gaming / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord / Forums It seems that internet failures are becoming more common than we would like in Mexico. Once again, social media users report that companies such as Izzi, Telmex, Totalplay and Megacable were left without service. Through different social networks, users of the aforementioned companies began to complain about Internet service failures. It seems that the problems started in the early hours of the morning, but have only worsened when the afternoon began. LEVEL UP Official T-Shirts Are Here – GET YOURS HERE At first it seemed that the reports only corresponded to cities in northern Mexico. However, information from DownDetector indicates that localities in other areas of the country also have faults. Thus, it can be said that it is a national problem and not a regional one. Among the most affected...
    Editorial: Tech / Facebook / Twitter / YouTube / Instagram / News / Discord / Forums Are you having problems with your Internet connection? It is most likely not your fault or that you can do anything to fix it. What happens is that there was a massive failure that left thousands of Izzi users without an Internet connection. As Animal Político says, in areas such as Mexico City, the State of Mexico, Jalisco, Nuevo León and Veracruz, several Izzi failures have been reported. As of 3:00 p.m. there were about 2,500 reports of failures on the Downdetector platform. In case you missed it: 20 Gamer Gifts in Claro Shop to succeed this Valentine’s Day It is worth mentioning that last year the purchase of Axtel by Izzi was completed. This means that users who had a contract with Axtel have also been affected by these problems. The...
    The proposal to regulate social networks presented by the leader of Morena’s bench in the Senate, Ricardo Monreal, wants to dissuade Twitter and Facebook from temporarily canceling or suspending accounts, by fining them up to 89.6 million pesos, thereby seeks to prevent another ‘Trumpazo’ from happening, analysts warned. Experts agreed that the cancellation of the Twitter account of the former president of the United States, Donald Trump and of several profiles related to the president of Mexico, alerted the government about the possibility of this happening in the country. “President Andrés Manuel López Obrador and certain public officials are afraid that, if they were to cancel or suspend Donald Trump’s account, obviously no other account of any other current official or president is safe,” said the analyst Lila Abed. According to the proposed Law, if social networks such as Twitter and Facebook suspend accounts, they will be fined up to...
    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - A prominent senator from Mexico's ruling party has proposed regulating major social media networks, including Twitter and Facebook, in a draft bill seen by Reuters on Monday. In a reform to the federal telecommunications law, the planned legislation would grant the IFT, Mexico's telecoms regulator, oversight in establishing a framework for the suspension and elimination of accounts on social networks. The draft bill named Facebook, which is used by more than 90% of internet users in Mexico, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat as networks that would be included in the IFT's mandate to "establish the bases and general principles of the protection of freedom of expression in social networks." Ricardo Monreal, who leads President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador's National Regeneration Movement (MORENA) party in the upper house, proposed the legislation and is seeking public comment. Lopez Obrador has been critical of social media, including Facebook's decision...
    The topic “Rapé” briefly became a trend on Twitter Mexico as a result of this fight between the cartoonist and the federal government The official account of the AMLO administration, by midday of CDMX, had not yet responded or apologized for the post Many have suggested that Monero sue the authorities directly for the non-consensual use of his intellectual property A few hours ago, the Government of Mexico was singled out by the cartoonist Rapé for having stolen, and modified without permission, a drawing he made in 2018. The official Twitter account of the federal administration published an image of Andrés Manuel López Obrador (AMLO) , where he is dressed as a baseball player, batting a coronavirus. This, as a way of representing the authorities’ response to the COVID-19 pandemic in the country in recent months. The Mexican Government account even hacked Rapé’s Twitter account as part of the...
    Sebastian Vettel is slowly transitioning into life at Aston Martin F1, and recent posts by the team’s Twitter account are testament to that. The four-time world champion recently made his first visit to the team’s Silverstone-based factory. In the previous video, he was shown driving an Aston Martin car and entering the premises. Now in a recent clip, the team have taken a minute’s time showcasing his seat fit. Needless to say, social media users went ballistic. But many fans also noticed a significant pointer from the video, which they made clear through their varied reactions! Vettel’s hair was a burning subject of discussion among Twitter users The video mainly entailed the German driver interacting with some of the team’s employees at the factory. However, some fans could not believe that was actually Vettel, owing to a different ‘hairstyle.’ As is the norm prior and during the F1 season, the...
    Mexico’s President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador confirmed he tested positive for the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). He said he will take a step back from his usual duties. The announcement comes at a time when Mexico is undergoing an alarming spike in infections and fatalities. Through his social media accounts, President Lopez Obrador (AMLO) announced he tested positive for the virus but appeared to have mild symptoms. During his announcement, the president said Mexican Secretary of the Interior Olga Sanchez Cordero would be taking his place during his daily morning news conferences. He said he would still try to stay on top of things from the National Palace. Lamento informarles que estoy contagiado de COVID-19. Los síntomas son leves pero ya estoy en tratamiento médico. Como siempre, soy optimista. Saldremos adelante todos. Me representará la Dra. Olga Sánchez Cordero en las mañaneras para informar como lo hacemos todos los días. — Andrés...
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador said Sunday he has tested positive for COVID-19 and that the symptoms are mild. Mexico’s president, who has been criticized for his handling of his country’s pandemic, said on his official Twitter account that he is under medical treatment. “I regret to inform you that I am infected with COVID-19,” he tweeted. “The symptoms are mild but I am already under medical treatment. As always, I am optimistic. We will all move forward.” His announcement came shortly after news emerged that he would speak with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday about obtaining doses of the Sputnik V COVID-19 vaccine. Mexico Foreign Affairs Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said via Twitter the two leaders would speak about the bilateral relationship and supplying doses of the vaccine. The vaccine has not been approved for use in Mexico, but the government is desperate to...
    President Joe Biden used his first telephone conversation with President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico on Saturday to bash his predecessor, President Donald Trump. In a readout from the call, the White House said (emphasis added): President Biden spoke with Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador yesterday to review bilateral cooperation on a range of bilateral and regional issues, particularly regional migration. The President outlined his plan to reduce migration by addressing its root causes, increasing resettlement capacity and lawful alternative immigration pathways, improving processing at the border to adjudicate requests for asylum, and reversing the previous administration’s draconian immigration policies. The two leaders agreed to work closely to stem the flow of irregular migration to Mexico and the United States, as well as to promote development in the Northern Triangle of Central America. They also recognized the importance of coordination to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Obrador had worked with...
    EFE Agency López Obrador and Biden hold first conversation as heads of state Mexico, Jan 22 (EFE) .- The president of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, held his first conversation as heads of state this Friday with the new president of the United States, Joe Biden, in which they discussed issues such as migration, the covid-19 pandemic and development cooperation.
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — President Andrés Manuel López Obrador continued his spat with Twitter on Wednesday, accusing one of the companies’ representatives in Mexico of having previously worked for politicians of the conservative opposition National Action Party. López Obrador suggested the social media company might be biased, and he displayed a resume that he said showed the executive’s previous work for National Action senators and ex-President Felipe Calderon. While López Obrador didn’t name the executive, it was a clear reference to Twitter’s public affairs director for Mexico and Latin America, Hugo Rodriguez. “We just hope he does his job professionally, and doesn’t create bot farms,” López Obrador said, referring to robot accounts the president believes are responsible for criticism of him. The Mexican leader was close to former U.S. President Donald Trump and protested Twitter’s decision to suspend Trump’s account. Twitter responded, calling the accusation “regrettable.” “No person...
    Bloomberg Twitter cracks down on AMLO for claim of bias (Bloomberg) – Twitter Inc. rejected President Andrés Manuel López Obrador’s claim that the social media giant is biased against his administration through a series of tweets posted on the Mexico Twitter account. The company said that no person is responsible for the policy, after López Obrador claimed that the head of Twitter Mexico was aligned with the National Action Party, an opposition party, in comments during his press conference on Wednesday morning. A frequent Twitter user with 7.7 million followers, he harshly criticized the decision of several social media companies to close the accounts of former US President Donald Trump in his statements to the press on Wednesday. López Obrador seemed to refer to Hugo Rodríguez Nicolat, director of public policy for Twitter in Mexico, rather than to the head of Twitter Mexico, Francisco Jiménez. The president projected an image...
    A caravan of mostly Honduran migrants clashed with Guatemalan soldiers as the group of more than 7,000 treks to the United States-Mexico border. The caravan first broke through the Guatemalan border on Friday evening, with video showing troops trying to keep the group back with sticks and tear gas. Guatemala Police and National Civil Police use batons and tear gas on US-bound migrant caravan. pic.twitter.com/4HwzqVTui2— The Hill (@thehill) January 17, 2021 Este es el panorama en el Kilómetro 177, Vado Hondo, Chiquimula. El segundo grupo de migrantes hondureños se abre paso en territorio guatemalteco pic.twitter.com/J9Dr8y0Yi1— Lucero Sapalú (@Lsapalu_elP) January 16, 2021 “You cannot and will not get through,” Guatemala’s immigration chief, Guillermo Díaz, told the migrants according to local media. “Please understand that carrying on isn’t possible.” The migrants responded that they could not go back to their home country because they were “dying of hunger” there. ...
    By Sebastian Quiroz 0 COMMENTS 01/15/2021 3:46 pm As you know, a couple of days ago it became known that social networks like Twitter and Facebook would suspend the official accounts of Donald Trump, this after publishing certain messages that, according to the terms of each site, could incite violence. In this way, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, president of Mexico, pointed out that this was an attack on freedom of expression, and has mentioned that It is already working to create a social network for Mexico, with which acts of censorship could be avoided. During his most recent conference, the president even mentioned that he gave orders to the National Council of Science and Technology, the Ministry of the Interior, the Legal Counsel and the Ministry of Foreign Relations of create a social network focused on guaranteeing the freedom of expression of its users. Although it is...
    More On: Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador World leaders speak out against Twitter ban of Trump Mexican president says women should decide whether to legalize abortion Mexico is urging citizens to cancel Christmas Former Mexico army chief arrested in LA on drugs, money charges Mexico President Andrés Manuel López Obrador has vowed to lead an international fight against censorship by social media giants who have blocked President Trump from using his accounts. “I can tell you that at the first G20 meeting we have, I am going to make a proposal on this issue,” López Obrador said on Thursday. “Yes, social media should not be used to incite violence and all that, but this cannot be used as a pretext to suspend freedom of expression.” Foreign Relations Secretary Marcelo Ebrard said the administration has already made contact with other governments to form a coalition over the issue. “Given that Mexico,...
    2020 was a great year for video gameThis is not only reflected in the high sales and revenue numbers that were generated in the past 12 months, but in the talking points that dominated Twitter during the last year. In this way, it has been revealed more than two billion tweets about video games were issued in 2020, this represents an increase of 75% compared to 2019. Within the general sphere of Twitter, the theme of “Gaming” was positioned as the sixth in popularity worldwide, with terms like “Animal Crossing”, “Xbox”, “Fortnite” and many more being a trend in countries such as Japan, the United States, Spain, South Korea and many more. Below you can see the 10 countries where video games dominated the conversation: -Japan -U.S -South Korea -Brazil -Thailand -UK -France -India -Philippines -Spain Below you can see the 10 most...
    An international outcry over tech censorship is underway, as political leaders from Mexico to Europe voice their alarm at the unchecked power of Big Tech, following the purge of President Donald Trump by the Big Tech Masters of the Universe Germany German chancellor Angela Merkel, whose pro-migration, anti-hate speech policies have little in common with President Trump or his movement, has nonetheless expressed concern at Silicon Valley’s unchecked power. “The chancellor sees the complete closing down of the account of an elected president as problematic,” said Steffen Seibert, chief spokesman of the German chancellor, at a recent press conference in Berlin. France French political leaders also voiced their opposition. The finance minister of France, Bruno Le Maire, condemned what he called a “digital oligarchy,” calling it “one of the threats” to democracy. “There needs to be public regulation of big online platforms,” said Le Maire. And Clement Beaune, the French...
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico’s president on Thursday condemned the decision by social media platforms to block the accounts of U.S. President Donald Trump. President Andrés Manuel López Obrador at the same time declined to condemn the assault by Trump supporters on the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday, citing his policy of not interfering in other countries’ affairs. He said only that he regretted the loss of lives. But López Obrador, who is seen as friendly to Trump, was quick to criticize what he called the censorship of the U.S. president. “I don’t like anybody being censored or taking away from the the right to post a message on Twitter or Face(book). I don’t agree with that, I don’t accept that,” López Obrador said. “How can you censor someone: ‘Let’s see, I, as the judge of the Holy Inquisition, will punish you because I think what you’re saying is harmful,’”...
    Antonio valencia. Photo: Catherine Ivill / . The dawn of this Thursday, Antonio valencia arrived at the International Airport of Mexico City to later be transferred to Queretaro to sign the contract that binds him to the Roosters for the Clausura 2021 Tournament. The former Manchester United player will be presented on Friday with Querétaro, after taking medical exams. “I will compete as it deserves”, Antonio Valencia said in an interview with TUDN regarding his arrival in Liga MX. ???? Exclusively Antonio Valencia arrived in Mexico to join @Club_Queretaro ????️ “I will compete as it deserves” That and more he told our reporter @rocelorio #teQuieROgallos | #SienteTusColores | #SiempreGallos pic.twitter.com/ckiiws8JQa – TUDN USA (@TUDNUSA) November 26, 2020 The former Manchester United player will meet with Jefferson Montero, who was the first signing confirmed by the Gallos Blancos for...
    Raúl Jiménez opened the account for the Aztec team. Photo: Etzel Espinosa / Imago7 In a duel where he did not weigh so much on the court the third most expensive trident on the continent American, Mexico beat 3-2 to South Korea in the international friendly that took place this Saturday in Wiener Neustadt, Austria. In the first half, Mexico gave a lecture on handling the ball and was able to send his Asian rival to the canvas, but the constant failures of Hirving “Chucky” Lozano, who missed at least two clear goals, one more from “Tecatito” Crown and another from Raúl Jiménez, prevented the domain from being reflected on the scoreboard. I can not believe you! ???? Chucky Lozano already has two failures. And this one is amazing! ????‍♂️ ???????? 0-1 ???????? # PasiónPorTUSelección | # Mexico | #South Korea ...
    Most Twitter threads consist of people supporting or not supporting the original tweet. Many of them are very funny, some are deadly serious, some are angry, some are sad. It’s a cornucopia of the human emotional spectrum! But every so often, a Twitter thread comes along that employs humor, justice, and the human spirit. A small corner of the internet in a Twitter thread—one that took place as the election results began to unfold and the enormity of Donald Trump’s loss became clearer and clearer to MAGA types across the internet—brought people from all over the world (and possibly the galaxy) together. An account mostly known for following both American and European rules football and that also likes trolling libs posted: “Oooohhhh NOOOOO. WHAT ARE WE DOING. WAKE UP Y’ALL!!!! TRUMP IS HERE TO SAVE US. My heart can’t take this any longer. I’m leaving. I’ll be headed to Mexico. They will take care of me. Thanks for nothing...
    Michael Reynolds-Pool/Getty Images Twitter suspended U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Mark Morgan for praising the border wall with Mexico, telling the border chief it amounted to “hateful conduct.” “CBP & [the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers] continue to build new wall every day,” Morgan wrote in his message, visible in a screenshot shared with The Federalist. “Every mile helps us stop gang members, murderers, sexual predators, and drugs from entering our country. It’s a fact, walls work.” In a message directed at Morgan when he attempted to log in, Twitter cited its policy on “hateful conduct,” which prohibits threatening messages. “You may not promote violence against, threaten, or harass other people on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, disability, or serious disease,” that policy states. Morgan’s suspension came Wednesday afternoon. He said in a statement to The Federalist: Every...
    By now, the annual green chile harvest and selling season have nearly wrapped up, with tens of thousands of bushels of roasted peppers from both Colorado and New Mexico safely stored in freezers. But the fiery rivalry between the Pueblo growing region and the world-renowned Hatch Valley in New Mexico lives on. At Mountain Toad Brewing in Golden, the battle will take on liquid form today when co-owner Thad Briggs taps two different chile beers, one made from Pueblo chiles and one made from the Hatch version. "We do a Smoked Hatch Pale Ale every year," Briggs says. But this time around, when the brewery posted about it on social media, a regular customer "teasingly called us out for not representing Colorado's Pueblo chiles. We accepted the challenge and said if he could bring us some hot Pueblo chilies, we'd brew with them. So he did and I asked him...
    In the past week or so, four states — New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and New Mexico — have categorized Colorado as a high-risk location because of rising COVID-19 rates, and mandated that visitors from Colorado quarantine prior to moving freely within their borders. While some of the numbers that led to Colorado's recent undesirable status have started to moderate, the latest figures from the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment show that current hospitalizations have risen to a level not seen for months. Here are the COVID-19 stats in major categories as updated by the CDPHE at 4 p.m. October 4, juxtaposed with those from one week earlier. 73,076 cases (up 3,367 from September 27) 7,673 hospitalizations (up 150 from September 27) 64 counties (unchanged) 2,068 deaths among cases (up 27 from September 27) 1,968 deaths due to COVID-19 (up 28 from September 27) 798 outbreaks (up 62 from...
    During Día de Los Muertos, people remember and pay respect to deceased friends and relatives. For artist Tony Ortega, that means celebrating the three most important women in his life: his mother, grandmother and great-aunt. Ortega was an infant when his mother brought him to Denver from Pecos, New Mexico, searching for better job opportunities. While she moved from working as a janitor, waitress and nurse's aide in a senior home to eventually getting an admissions-clerk position at Denver General Hospital, she always wanted the best for her son. His grandmother was a seamstress and storyteller who made clothes, embroidered, crocheted and quilted, which influenced Ortega's artistic beginnings. His great-aunt also helped raise him. At the Longmont Museum's twentieth-anniversary Día de Los Muertos exhibit, which runs from Friday, October 2, through January 9, Ortega plans to honor them all.  Related Stories Painter Earl Chuvarsky's When Things Fall Apart...
    Gary Thompson was fifteen when he found the fossils near Cedaredge in Delta County. It was 1975, and he'd just gotten interested in paleontology after a school field trip to scenic Escalante Canyon, a red-rock canyon where he and his classmates learned about the dinosaur bones and petrified dung specimens regularly found in the area. "That really piqued my interest," Thompson recalls. "I became kind of a rock hound. I enjoyed going out and searching for fossils and such." But a move with his mother to New Mexico from western Colorado was about to take him from some of his favorite hunting grounds. "I wanted to fossil hunt one more time before we left," he says. "So I asked my mom to drop me off out near the rodeo grounds."Related Stories Election Night Could Be Rob Edward's Time to Howl Erin Parisi Is Climbing Out of the Shadows as a Transgender...
    MEXICO CITY (AP) — A VW dealership in Mexico City apologized Tuesday for a photo hanging in its offices that showed a VW bug at a Nazi rally and the automaker pledged to take unspecified “actions” in the case. The VW Type 1 sedan, known as the original beetle, bug or in Mexico’s case as the “bocho,” was a car developed under Adolf Hitler in the 1930s. The Coyoacan Volkswagen dealership in southern Mexico City displayed a number of historic photos of the bug, including one of a 1938 rally with swastika flags where the car was presented. A Twitter user complained and the dealership said Tuesday it had taken down the photos and expressed “greatest apologies” to those who were offended. Volkswagen de Mexico wrote on its Twitter account “the images are not in line with our corporate image nor that of our distributors. We...
    Last Monday, a video of an assault on public transportation in Mexico went viral Mexico state, in which the passengers took justice into their own hands and gave the offender a beating, which caused countless memes and reactions. THEY THROW A THIEF AS THEY ATTEMPTED THE ASSAULT. When he was trying to assault passengers on board a combi, a thief was severely hit by the passengers, after the driver started the unit, leaving his accomplice below the vehicle. Details at: https: //t.co/DPMakeiRVj pic.twitter.com/ybZBGIzi3B – visionmty (@ visionmty1) August 3, 2020 He Lion He took advantage of the trend to joke around on social networks and launched a “threat” to Cruz Azul, whom he will face next Saturday on Matchday 3 of Guard1anes 2020. La Fiera posted a meme in which the image of the van where the robbery occurred is observed and the passengers have shields of the...
    Twitter A section of the border wall collapsing. A section of the border wall between the U.S. and Mexico appeared to collapse under strong winds caused by Hurricane Hanna. A video of the moment the wall collapsed was posted to Twitter by Yadith Valdez and the video has since gained over 4.6 million views. The video is available below: Y pooess asi, “Hanna” derribó parte del muro fronterizo que se construye entre Estados Unidos y México. Para la furia de la naturaleza, no existen fronteras.
    Coronavirus All information about the pandemic in the country Coronavirus in Mexico Sunday, July 26: latest news, infections and deaths. Mexico beats Per in the list of countries with the most cases of coronavirus after updating the number of infections due to the disease and reaching the amount of 385,036 throughout the country, in addition to 43,374 deaths, to be the second country in Latin America most affected in both areas, for below Brazil. Mexico is already in sixth place in the Covid-19 world ranking. The Mexico City will not be able to transit from orange to yellow traffic lights, due to an increase in the trend of infections and hospitalization in the entity, which threatens pick up the numbers to when the capital state was in maximum alert. Follow us on minute by minute of everything that happens in Mexico and in the world...
    The goalkeeper of the Tigers, Nahuel Guzmán, He is still in the middle of the controversy, a few days ago for his statements in which he compared his team with the America, for his attacks on the press and now for an Internet survey. A sports portal voted on Twitter where the fans had to choose the best goalkeeper that there has been in Mexican soccer, competing figures like Jorge Campos, Óscar Pérez, Guillermo Ochoa, Héctor Miguel Zelada, Miguel Marín, among others and to everyone’s surprise the winner was Nahuel Guzmán. The official account of the Tigers highlighted the recognition they made to the archer, however, not everyone took it in the best way.
    The Mexican coach obtained a better lineup even with the descent of his team in Spain Although it will be difficult to explain this in the future, the descent of Leganés to second division He gave it to “Vasco” Aguirre even better poster than he already had. A hero who is now unemployed and many of us wonder what his future will be? The seven victories, 10 draws and nine defeats with the “pepinero” team They were not enough to save the team but the attitude of the Mexican has once again made the Spanish league fall in love. It is a fact that Aguirre does not go unnoticed by any soccer fan. A guy with a unique personality and whose intensity has conquered the fans of all the teams he has managed: 8 clubs and 3 teams. An old-school technician that any team would want. But now that...
    Two of the most popular clubs in Mexico vie for the title of the friendly tournament This Sunday will end one of the presets that have generated the most controversy in Aztec football, with the final of the Cup for Mexico between Chivas and Blue Cross, in a duel where pride will be at stake. The Flock and the Machine have shown their weapons in this mini tournament that serves as a preview of the Guard1anes 2020 which will be launched next Thursday; and for both clubs one of their greatest strengths has been their offense. For Chivas, it seems that they get better and better coupled up front with Alexis Vega and José Juan Macías, although unfortunately “JJ” will not be in the match due to injury and his place will be occupied by Angel Zaldívar. In addition, the Flock has had a solid midfield, however, its main...
    NEW YORK - Goya Foods is facing a swift backlash after its CEO praised President Donald Trump at a White House event. Goya was founded in Manhattan in 1936 by Don Prudencio Unanue and his wife Carolina, immigrants from Spain. The company calls itself the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the United States.   Robert Unanue, a grandson and now Goya CEO, spoke at a Rose Garden event announcing a "Hispanic Prosperity Initiative" on Thursday.   "We all truly blessed, at the same time, to have have a leader like President Trump who is a builder," Unanue said standing at a podium beside Trump. Almost immediately, #BoycottGoya, #GoyaFoods and #Goyaway began trending on social media platforms like Twitter, with scorn coming seemingly from all directions, including some big political names.   Many were angered by the support, citing Trump's history of derogatory comments and harsh policies toward Hispanics, most...
    NEW YORK (AP) — Goya Foods is facing a swift backlash after its CEO praised President Donald Trump at White House event. Goya was founded in Manhattan in 1936 by Don Prudencio Unanue and his wife Carolina, immigrants from Spain. The company calls itself the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the United States. Robert Unanue, a grandson and now Goya CEO, spoke at a Rose Garden event announcing a “Hispanic Prosperity Initiative” on Thursday. “We all truly blessed, at the same time, to have have a leader like President Trump who is a builder,” Unanue said standing at a podium beside Trump. Almost immediately, #BoycottGoya, #GoyaFoods and #Goyaway began trending on social media platforms like Twitter, with scorn coming seemingly from all directions, including some big political names. Many were angered by the support, citing Trump’s history of derogatory comments and harsh policies toward Hispanics, most notably,...
    DRUG lord Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman's nephew has been found dead with his body riddled with bullet wounds. The body of Enrique Homero Guzman Rocha, 45, was found in an abandoned Toyota Corolla on a road to El Ranchito, Culiacan in northwestern Mexico at 5am on Wednesday. 3The car was found in a ditch riddled with bulletsCredit: @LPueblo2/Twitter Mexican news outlets report that police found him lying face down across the drivers seat, leaning toward the passenger side and his face in the door. His body was riddled with gunshots and glass to his back, extremities and head in what is being described locally as "an execution". Local newspaper, El Universal, reports that Rocha had a history of being attacked while passing through the downtown Culiacan city streets. On July 3, 2019, he had been chased by a group of armed men while driving through the Pemex neighbourhood. The attack left his female passenger...
    A private plane carrying 860 pounds of cocaine worth nearly $4.9 million crash-landed on a Mexican highway Sunday, sending the narco-traffickers scrambling into the woods to dodge police, according to a report. The Hawker 700, which Mexican authorities said they traced from Venezuela, came crashing down with its illicit cargo on a state highway Sunday morning in Quintana Roo in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexican News Daily reported. Video of the burning wreckage posted on Twitter by Alberto Capella, the province’s security minister, shows smoke billowing from the downed aircraft on the empty highway. The crew fled into the forest before the military reached the scene shortly before 8 a.m. — but authorities said they recovered the drugs nearby when they stopped a truck that had been loaded up with the plane’s cargo. Air Force officials told the Mexican newspaper Millenio, which originally reported the crash, that they began tracking the...
    New York — With an alternative box, and using three goalkeepers during the 90 minutes, Blue Cross defeated 4-1 at Pumas in their debut within group A of the Cup for Mexico. The party in the Olympic University Stadium started with an early goal for the Pumas, thanks to the definition of the Paraguayan Carlos Gonzalez before William Allison. Practically that was all that the feline team did in attack during the match, as the rest of the match was light blue. PUMAS GOAL!PUMAS GOAL!PUMAS GOAL! Carlos González overtakes the local team in the first moments of the match.⚽🠔¥ 🠾 @ PumasMX 🠆 š @CruzAzulCD 🚠‚ 🠓º #TUDN | @ Univision # Pumas | #CopaPorMexico | #CruzAzul pic.twitter.com/gO6UFnO89V – TUDN USA (@TUDNUSA) July 5, 2020 Gooooooooooool of @pumasmx! âš½ Carlos González, the same as always, quickly opens the scoring for the...
    New York — The Chivas de Guadalajara reappeared in Mexican soccer with a good display before the red and black of the Atlas, taking the Clásico Tapatio 2-0, to add his first victory in the Cup for Mexico. Like other clubs, the Flock used two different teams for each half. In the first half they took to the pitch with the 11 players who are aiming to be starters in Liga MX, and it was precisely they who defined the match. It was barely running at minute 9 when Josà © Juan MacÃas scored the first goal of the match after an assist from Jesús Angulo, so that the chivahermanos yelled a goal again after more than three months of pause due to the pandemic of coronavirus. Gooooooooooool of the @chivas! âš½ Josà © Juan MacÃas makes the first of the Flock with this great definition. The Flock...
    New York — America debuted on the right foot in the Cup for Mexico, defeating 2-0 Toluca in the first match of group A, with a goal of Henry Martin and an own goal from the scarlet goalkeeper, Luis García. A game for which Miguel Herrera came out with a solid starting eleven. In the first half, the eagles were vastly superior to the Red Devils, taking away the ball and generating several scoring opportunities. From the 14th minute Americanist superiority was reflected, because after a shot by Emanuel Aguilera that Luis GarcÃa cut, the rebound remained in the small area and Henry Martin opened the marker. Curiously, the Mexican striker had been the last eagle player to score in Clausura 2020; also in the Olympic University stadium and in that same goal, before the Pumas. GOOOOOOL by @HenryMartinM ⚽✨ 🠒¥  The first of the night falls,...
    MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Mexican first lady Beatriz Gutierrez sparked an uproar on social media on Wednesday with a Twitter comment widely viewed as insensitive when she swatted away a question about what she was doing to help parents of children with cancer. Gutierrez published a celebratory post on the two-year anniversary of the election victory of her husband President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador in July 2018. Responding to her post, Twitter user Jose David Guerra asked: "When will you personally attend to the parents of children with cancer? Thank you for your kind response." Gutierrez responded, "I'm not a doctor, maybe you are. On you go, you help them," in a tweet that has since been deleted but was seen by Reuters and widely retweeted. Gutierrez, who was trending on Twitter, then made her own account private, according to Mexican media reports. The office of the president declined to...
    The population of the city of Crucecita, in the Mexican state of Oaxaca, experienced a strong earthquake of magnitude 7.5 on the Richter scale this Tuesday, which many of its inhabitants recorded in videos. In addition to this movement, the Mexican Seismological Service has registered 147 aftershocks whose strongest magnitudes were 5.2, 4.3 and 4.6 on the Richter scale. The 7.5 magnitude morning earthquake was felt especially in the coastal state of Oaxaca, where the population shared videos showing staggering buildings, the movement of the ground and the fall of furniture and other objects in houses and establishments such as supermarkets. . The intense earthquake that has hit the Aztec country has left shocking images like these, in which you can see how several vehicles move as a result of the tremor t https://t.co/JnAbhwPSa2 pic.twitter.com/ZtVNxoNdhM – RT in Spanish (@ActualidadRT) June 23, 2020
    People leave their homes after hearing the seismic alert in different municipalities of Mexico City. (Free Press Photo: EFE) “Magnitude 7.5 earthquake located 23 kilometers southeast of Crucecita, Oaxaca,” the National Seismological Service (SMN) reported on Twitter. EARTHQUAKE Magnitude 7.5 Loc 23 km SOUTH OF CRUCECITA, OAX 06/23/20 10:29:02 Lat 15.57 Lon -96.09 Pf 5 km pic.twitter.com/8uuY2um91w – National Seismological (@SismologicoMX) June 23, 2020 The earthquake occurred at 10.29 local time (15.29 GMT). At first, the preliminary report registered a smaller magnitude, 7.1. The President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, spoke in a short video from the patio of the National Palace of a “strong earthquake” of magnitude 7.5, although he assured that “no damage has been reported so far.” Message to the people of Mexico. pic.twitter.com/baBtlTl8UD – Andrés Manuel (@lopezobrador_) June 23, 2020 “We already have communication with other states. Anyway, everyone was to be safe...
    A powerful earthquake hit the southeastern coast of Mexico in the Oaxaca state on Tuesday. The temblor struck at about 11:30 a.m., according to the U.S. Geologic Survey, which said the quake had a preliminary magnitude of 7.7 but has since adjusted it to 7.4. It is unclear whether Oaxaca has sustained any major damage or if there have been any causalities. The earthquake was felt hundreds of miles away in Mexico’s capital of Mexico City, which is located in the central part of the country. Videos showed shaking and people reacting to the earthquake across Mexico. Breaking: Video shows the ground moving during magnitude 7.4 earthquake in Oaxaca, Mexico. pic.twitter.com/OZzB3ejicU— PM Breaking News (@PMBreakingNews) June 23, 2020 My heads still spinning from 7.1 earthquake felt across Mexico - epicenter in Oaxaca. One of our main fears during earthquakes in Mexico City are...
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