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    Sept 24, 2019:
    • Citizens Protest Transplant of 30 Trees,
    • Street route questions in the San Juan De Dios area?
    • Comonfort will have a Barracks for the National Guard,
    • After US threat to ban Avocados 56 thousand tons will be sent to Japan,
    • Veracruz leads as at least 16000 cases of dengue reported in 16 states,
    • Cancun Mexican Police Commander Kidnapped and Beheaded,
    • Veteran drug war journalist talks about Mexico’s narco problem, possible solutions,

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    Citizens Protest Transplant of 30 Trees
    Dozens of environmentalists have been guarding 30 trees for more than 36 hours, which the local government intends to remove and plant elsewhere. The local government intends to relocate the trees on Calzada de Guadalupe to do construction work; the environmentalists are calling on citizens to help take turns guarding the trees. They have been protecting the trees on Guadalupe Avenue since Saturday.
    Citizens Protest Transplant of 30 Trees.

    Problems finding the new urban and suburban route in the San Juan De Dios area? Check this out:
    Did you return to work Monday and realize that in the area of San Juan De Dios there are a lot of closed streets and others with opposite directions? Well, the rehabilitation work started on Guadalupe Avenue, so ...
    Problems finding the new urban and suburban route in the San Juan De Dios area? Check this out: (sp).

    Comonfort will have a Barracks for the National Guard; start construction
    This weekend began the construction work of the barracks where the National Guard forces will be established. The start-up that includes the perimeter fencing of the land donated by the municipality, ...
    Comonfort will have a Barracks for the National Guard; start construction (sp).

    After US threat to ban Michoacan avocados Mexico forgets the US, 56 thousand tons of avocado will be sent to Japan
    Mexico forgets, Michoacán managed to export 56 thousand tons of avocado to the most demanding country in the world; which is Japan; the safety and health of fruits that are sent abroad, is an increasingly large and unavoidable requirement and to which more and more attention is paid; Therefore, it is urgent that in the state we get to work hard on these concepts.
    After US threat to ban Michoacan avocados Mexico forgets the US, 56 thousand tons of avocado will be sent to Japan.

    Veracruz leads as at least 16,000 cases of dengue reported in 16 states
    There were more than 16,000 confirmed cases of dengue fever in 16 states during the first eight and a half months of the year, more than triple the number reported in the same period of 2018. ...

    There have been more than 900 confirmed cases of “severe” dengue this year and deaths have been reported in both Veracruz and Oaxaca. ...

    The federal health secretary said earlier this month that 120 people have died from dengue this year, but the Directorate General of Epidemiology says only 43 have been confirmed.
    Veracruz leads as at least 16,000 cases of dengue reported in 16 states.
    See also: Confirm more than 16 thousand cases of Dengue (sp).

    Cancun Mexican Police Commander Kidnapped and Beheaded
    A group of cartel gunmen in Cancun kidnapped, tortured, and beheaded a top state law enforcement commander. The case apparently uncovered a wave of corruption where officials allegedly favor certain criminal organizations over others.
    Cancun Mexican Police Commander Kidnapped and Beheaded.

    Veteran drug war journalist talks about Mexico’s narco problem, possible solutions
    The Mexican drug war is an issue as complex as it is violent. Over the past two decades, almost 200,000 Mexicans have been killed, and reporting on it is as dangerous as any conflict – more than 100 journalists have been killed, or disappeared, in the same period.

    British-born journalist Ioan Gillo has covered the conflict for Time magazine and The New York Times, and in two critically acclaimed books, El Narco (2011) and Gangster Warlords (2016). I met with him to try to understand the war and began by asking him to outline its main players.
    Veteran drug war journalist talks about Mexico’s narco problem, possible solutions.

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