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Emergency Alert - Rockslide in Guatemala kills four

Oct, 08 2020 at 12:00 PM (UTC)

At least four people are dead and ten others injured after a rockslide in Guatemala late Tuesday. The destruction occurred after heavy rainfall loosened a massive rock, causing it to fall down a hillside and hit eight homes. According to David de León, the spokesman for Guatemala’s national disaster office, the incident happened near Lake Atitlán in San Marcos La Laguna. Emergency response personnel are searching the damaged homes to ensure that nobody is trapped in the rubble. The deceased, including an infant, were all from the same family in one of the households.

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Emergency Alert - Tens of thousands evacuated as hurricane strikes Yucatan

Oct, 07 2020 at 12:00 PM (UTC)

Tens of thousands of residents and vacationers have been forced to evacuate and seek refuge in emergency shelters as Hurricane Delta wreaked havoc in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula. The category 2 storm struck about halfway between Cancun and Playa Del Carmen around 6:30 AM EST. It had estimated maximum winds of 105 mph and was forecasted to bring a “life-threatening storm surge and strong winds to northeastern portions of the Yucatan peninsula.” The damage caused by the storm is another hit to the area's tourism industry, which had already been heavily affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The storm is expected to strengthen and head north into the gulf and make landfall as a category 3 storm in Louisiana at some point on Friday.

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Emergency Alert - Six dead after shootout in Mexico City

Oct, 06 2020 at 12:00 PM (UTC)

At least six people are dead and four have been injured after a shootout between rival gangs in Mexico City. Additionally, police found two severed heads and bags of severed body parts along roadsides in two cities in Guanajuato state. It is possible that the Jalisco cartel is behind the killings, as banners signed by them appeared around the same time, however, it was not immediately clear who was responsible. During the shooting, assailants approached in a vehicle and opened fire on the victims outside of a restaurant. It appears as though the victims returned fire as there were bullet holes in the car when police later pulled it over. Three individuals from the vehicle were arrested and a firearm was retrieved.

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Emergency Alert - At least six dead after storm in Mexico

Oct, 05 2020 at 12:00 PM (UTC)

At least six people are dead in the wake of Tropical Storm Gamma, which caused widespread flooding and near-hurricane force winds in Mexico's south and southeast. The vast majority of the more than 600,000 people affected live in Tabasco. Fourteen of the seventeen municipalities in Tabasco were affected and 74 temporary shelters have been set up to help those who have been displaced across the state, in addition to others in neighboring states. The storm has also caused damage to public infrastructure such as roads, bridges and schools. The maximum sustained winds are 75 km/h with gusts even higher, but the storm is expected to degenerate to a post-tropical remnant low on Wednesday before fully dissipating on Friday. Gamma is now headed south-southwest at 4km/h and flash flooding is possible in Yucatán over the next several days.

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Emergency Alert - Flooding in northern Nigeria kills 41

Oct, 02 2020 at 12:00 PM (UTC)

At least 41 people have been killed in northern Nigeria as floods devastate the area. Additionally, more than 10,000 others have been forced to evacuate their homes. According to the head of the emergency agency in Jigawa state, Yusuf Sani Babura,many of those who have evacuated or had their homes destroyed have been given temporary lodging in public schools. In addition to the loss of life and property, people's livelihoods have been affected as they've had their crops and livestock washed away. Many environmental experts are placing blame on authorities, citing poor preparations to reduce widespread flooding in Nigeria.

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Emergency Alert - Two soldiers dead and four injured in clash at LoC

Oct, 01 2020 at 12:00 PM (UTC)

At least 2 Indian soldiers have been killed and another 4 injured after an unprovoked ceasefire violation by Pakistan at the Line of Control (LoC). The Pakistani soldiers attacked using mortars, among other weapons. Tensions at the disputed border have been on the rise with ceasefire violations occurring more and more frequently from both sides. Similar attacks that resulted in Indian soldiers being injured or killed also occurred on both September 6th and 14th. The injured personnel were evacuated while other Indian soldiers responded "befittingly" to the Pakistani firing.

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Emergency Alert - Gang in Nigeria has killed more than 50 kidnapping victims

Sep, 30 2020 at 12:00 PM (UTC)

The leader of a kidnapping gang known as Commander Mohammed Sani has disclosed that he and his men have murdered more than 50 kidnapping victims who were unable to pay ransom. Sani, who has been on the police wanted list for several years, leads a sector of more than 100 men who have been responsible for many attacks, particularly along the Abuja-Kaduna highway. However, this sector, among others, is led by the most wanted bandit in the North West, Yellow Jambros. Yellow Jambros is said to have provided Sani with weapons and military clothing for the attacks. The report comes after reporters questioned Sani as he was being paraded in Abuja alongside 46 other criminals by a Force Public Relations Officer.

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Emergency Alert - Boko Haram attempts two assassinations on Governor in Nigeria

Sep, 29 2020 at 12:00 PM (UTC)

Boko Haram militants have staged two assassination attempts on the governor of Nigeria's Borno state in three days. While Governor Babagana Zulum was unharmed in both attacks, 14 police officers and 4 civilians were killed in the first attack. During the second, Boko Haram insurgents strapped explosives to a donkey in an attempt to get them close to the Governor's convoy. When police saw the donkey, they opened fire, causing the explosives to detonate. Insurgents immediately came out of hiding and began firing on the convoy. Luckily, nobody in the convoy was injured in the second attack, but some vehicles were damaged with bullets. Several insurgents were killed when police returned fire.

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Emergency Alert - Eleven dead after bar massacre in Mexico

Sep, 28 2020 at 12:00 PM (UTC)

As Mexico grapples with record homicide rates, 11 people have been shot dead during an attack at a bar. The bodies of the victims, seven men and four women, were found at the bar near Jaral del Progreso early in the day Sunday. There was no immediate information on the motive, but officials suspect that it was a drug gang killing. Authorities have yet to confirm whether the female victims were dancers at the bar or were involved with the gang. Guanajuato has been the most dangerous state in Mexico in recent years but witnessed a decrease in murders between July and August. Unfortunately, the totals for September are outpacing August and are expected to surpass them.

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Emergency Alert - Drug war in Mexico leaves 39,000 unidentified bodies

Sep, 25 2020 at 09:15 PM (UTC)

Mexico's strict approach on organized crime and drug sales has left almost 39,000 unidentified bodies in their morgues, which have struggled to accommodate the number of bodies that come in for autopsy. Many of these bodies have just been buried in common graves without proper postmortem; others were left at funeral homes and about 2,500 of them have been donated to medical schools. Mexico's militarized crackdown on drugs has left almost 300,000 dead and more than 73,000 missing. The families of those missing are often left to look for their loved ones on their own. According to an article released with the report, “It’s possible that students are learning with bodies of persons being searched for by their families.” Before former president Felipe Calderón deployed armed forces against drug cartels, there were only 178 unidentified corpses in morgues. That number has ballooned to 38,891 in the 13 years since then.

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