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Emergency Alert - Armed men detonate dynamite filled vehicle at prison in Mexico, nine prisoners escape

Dec, 03 2021 at 03:41 AM (UTC)

Nine inmates have escaped from a prison in Hidalgo, Mexico after armed men rammed the gate of the prison and detonated two apparent car bombs. According to local media, one of the cars that was used to ram the doors of the prison was loaded with dynamite. One of the freed inmates was José Artemio Maldonado Mejía, the alleged leader of a fuel theft gang called Pueblos Unidos. He had been arrested last week on charges of fuel theft, kidnapping, homicide and drug trafficking.The Hidalgo Security Ministry said in a statement that violence broke out between the armed men and prison personnel, leaving two police officers injured.

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Emergency Alert - 7.5 magnitude earthquake destroyed homes and injured at least 12

Dec, 02 2021 at 01:54 AM (UTC)

At least 117 buildings have been destroyed and 12 people are injured after a 7.5 magnitude earthquake struck northern Peru. According to authorities, more than 2,400 people have been left without shelter. The tremor was felt in nearly half the country, including the capital, and also caused damage in neighboring Ecuador. In the aftermath of the quake, residents across the country are experiencing widespread power outages. Peruvian President Pedro Castillo stated that he has ordered all relevant ministries "to take immediate action" and ensured that the government will be providing food and tents to those in need.

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Emergency Alert - Brazil detects first cases of Omicron variant in South America

Nov, 30 2021 at 11:42 PM (UTC)

According to Brazil's National Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA), two people in the country have tested positive for the Omicron COVID-19 variant. These cases are the first that have been reported in South America. According to ANVISA's statement, the two people who tested positive are a married couple that were returning to Sao Paulo from South Africa. The travelers landed at Sao Paulo's Guarulhos international airport on Nov. 23 with a negative test for COVID-19, but later tested positive. The samples were sent in for further analysis, which indicated that the couple had been infected with the Omicron variant. The samples will be sent for a second confirmatory analysis. On Friday, Brazil resolved to suspend flights from South Africa and five other African countries to stymie the spread of the Omicron variant.

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Emergency Alert - Bus accident in Mexico leaves 19 dead

Nov, 30 2021 at 02:01 AM (UTC)

At least 19 people are dead and 30 others are injured after a bus drove off the highway in southern Mexico State and crashed into a house. According to authorities, the vehicle's brakes failed while traveling along the Joquicingo-Malinalco highway near the community of El Guarda in Joquicingo. At the time of the accident, there were 49 passengers aboard who were on a pilgrimage from Michoacán to Chalmo. In total, ten ambulances were dispatched from Toluca, Lerma, Metepec, Tenancingo and Ixtapan de la Sal and Huixquilucan to help and transport the victims. Two helicopters were also used to aid with medical evacuation.

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Emergency Alert - Ten bodies found in central Mexico

Nov, 20 2021 at 01:34 AM (UTC)

Authorities in Mexico have found ten bodies in the central state of Zacatecas, at the scene of a battle for territory between rival drug cartels. All of the victims were men. According to the Zacatecas state public safety agency, the deceased were found in Ciudad Cuauhtemoc, about 340 miles (550 kilometers) north of Mexico city. Nine of the bodies were hanging from an overpass while the tenth was found on the pavement. Cartels will often display bodies in this way to taunt their rivals and authorities. The Sinaloa and Jalisco New Generation cartels have been battling for control in the Zacatecas, which is a key transit point for drugs moving north to the US border.

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Emergency Alert - Mexico to deploy troops to Riviera Maya after spate of violence

Nov, 20 2021 at 01:33 AM (UTC)

Mexican officials are planning to deploy a battalion of National Guard troops to Mayan Riviera in the wake of a spate of shootings that shook the tourist destination. According to Defense Secretary Luis Cresencio Sandoval, 1,445 guard members will be sent to Quintana Roo state’s Caribbean coast to aid with security in the area. They will also be establishing a base in the beach town of Tulum, where two tourists were recently killed and three others were injured in the crossfire between rival drug dealers. More recently, two drug dealers were left dead after a shootout in Puerto Morelos. The new security operations will begin on December 1.

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Emergency Alert - Prison violence in Ecuador leaves at least 68 dead

Nov, 18 2021 at 02:37 AM (UTC)

At least 68 people are dead, and more than two dozen are injured, after violence erupted at Ecuador's Penitenciaria del Litoral prison. The penitentiary is located in the southern city of Guayaquil and is the same prison where 119 people were killed in September, during the country's worst incident of prison violence in recent history. The government has blamed the violence on rival drug gangs fighting for control of the prisons. President Guillermo Lasso has called for the constitution court to allow military personnel to enter the prisons, rather than just provide outside security, in an attempt to quell the violence.

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Emergency Alert - Eleven killed in two attacks in Guanajuato, Mexico

Nov, 16 2021 at 02:02 AM (UTC)

At least 11 people are dead after gunmen carried out two attacks in the state of Guanajuato, Mexico. In the first assault, gunmen attacked a children's party in Silao at about 6 p.m. They arrived on motorcycles before opening fire, leaving six dead and six others wounded. Two children and their mother were among the deceased..As the attackers made their escape, they continued to and targeted a group of people who were at a different party on a street corner. Hours later, in Apaseo el Grande, near Querétaro, gunmen killed three women, one man and a 3-year-old girl.

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Emergency Alert - El Salvador sends troops, police into the streets amid rising violence

Nov, 13 2021 at 02:04 AM (UTC)

Combined patrols of police and soldiers have been deployed across San Salvador, the capital of El Salvador, after an outbreak of violence left around 30 people dead in two days. The homicide rate in the country had sharply dropped since the mid-2010's, when 15 to 20 murders a day in the nation of 6.5 million people was common. After President Nayib Bukele ordered the troops into the streets, they used armored vehicles to block the exits of poor neighborhoods while police went door to door in search of members of notorious street gangs. Political opponents of Bukele say that his administration lacks a plan to deal with the violence and that the current security actions are "pure public relations." all

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Emergency Alert - US urges Americans to leave Haiti amid growing insecurity

Nov, 13 2021 at 02:03 AM (UTC)

The United States government is urging US citizens to leave Haiti amid growing insecurity and ongoing fuel shortages in the country. The severe lack of fuel has affected hospitals, schools and banks, among other establishments. The warning comes as Haiti's government and police struggle to control gangs that have blocked fuel distribution terminals for weeks. According to the US State Department's statement, the lack of fuel could limit essential services and the embassy in Haiti may not be able to help Americans evacuate if commercial options become unavailable. It is unclear how many Americans are in Haiti based on statistics provided by the US State Department.

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