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Emergency Alert - Four Colombian soldiers killed in attack by drug gang

Oct, 26 2021 at 09:56 PM (UTC)

According to Colombian authorities, four soldiers were ambushed and killed by a local drug gang during an operation to protect rural residents from getting caught in the crossfire of rival gangs. In a statement, military officials said two other officers were wounded during the confrontation. Authorities suspect the Gulf Clan carried out the attack as part of a series of attempts to gain control of a lucrative drug smuggling route near the town of Caucasia. The Gulf Clan is the largest criminal organization in the country and has seen its numbers increase since the government signed a peace deal with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia in 2016. The US government has offered a $5 million reward for information leading to the capture of the group's leader, Dairo Antonio Usuga. https://apnews.com/article/83ac7da4ba7f49d486784c1f0ba2c8a8

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Emergency Alert - Four killed in clash between cartel members and security forces in Mexico

Oct, 26 2021 at 09:55 PM (UTC)

At least four people have been killed in a clash between members of the Gulf Cartel and Mexican security forces in Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico. Three gang members, including one of the cartel's leaders, were killed and two police officers were wounded during the conflict. One bystander also died after being caught in the crossfire. She was struck by a stray bullet and died from her injuries on the way to the hospital. The gang leader who was killed has been confirmed to be Ariel Treviño, also known as 'El Tigre', who was part of the Scorpions faction of the cartel. Tamaulipas authorities said that they also detained four other cartel members and confiscated an armored vehicle and weapons. https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/cartel-leader-killed-during-night-of-gunfire-in-matamoros/

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Emergency Alert - Ecuador declares state of emergency over drug violence

Oct, 23 2021 at 12:00 AM (UTC)

Ecuador President Guillermo Lasso declared a state of emergency and ordered the mobilization of police and military forces as the country grapples with a surge in drug-related violence. In a speech broadcasted on EquadorTV, the president said, "Starting immediately, our Armed Forces and police will be felt with force in the streets because we are decreeing a state of emergency throughout the national territory." The state of emergency, which will be imposed for 60 days, allows the government to mobilize 3,600 soldiers and police officers to patrol 65 prisons nationwide. Violence in Ecuador has spiked dramatically in recent months; between January and October of this year, 1,900 homicides were recorded compared to 1,400 in the entirety of 2020. https://www.batimes.com.ar/news/latin-america/ecuador-president-lasso-declares-state-of-emergency-over-drug-violence.phtml

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Emergency Alert - Haiti gang leader threatens to kill abducted missionaries

Oct, 22 2021 at 05:26 AM (UTC)

Wilson Joseph, the leader of the Haitian "400 Mawozo" gang holding 17 abducted missionaries, released a video Thursday threatening to kill the victims if he does not receive his demands. Earlier this week, authorities said the gang was demanding $1 million per person but it was initially unclear whether that included the children in the group. At one point in the video, Joseph says, “I swear by thunder that if I don’t get what I’m asking for, I will put a bullet in the heads of these Americans." The missionaries are affiliated with Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries and include an 8-month-old among them. https://news.yahoo.com/haiti-gang-leader-threatens-kill-173209950.html?guccounter=1

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Emergency Alert - Protesters in Chile clash with police on two year anniversary of landmark uprising

Oct, 20 2021 at 11:56 PM (UTC)

On Monday, thousands of protesters congregated in the Chilean capital of Santiago, as well as several other cities, on the two year anniversary of the landmark uprisings in 2019 that sparked the rewriting of the country's constitution. President Sebastian Pinera's administration faced harsh criticism over its violent response to the protests, as 30 people died and thousands others were injured during the 2019 anti-government demonstrations. The recent protests were largely peaceful but did result in the burning of a car and the looting of several shops. Demonstrators are demanding universal health care, free and improved schooling, and higher pensions. These protests come just one month before presidential and legislative elections, during a time that Chile's political climate is deeply divided. https://news.sky.com/story/chile-protesters-clash-with-police-two-years-after-landmark-uprising-as-election-race-hots-up-12438054

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Emergency Alert - Six killed in attack in bar in Morelia, Mexico

Oct, 19 2021 at 11:27 PM (UTC)

At least six people were killed and two others were injured in an attack in a bar in Morelia, Michoacan, Mexico. Armed men approached the Cantina 25 bar at about 3:30 a.m. Monday morning and began shooting at people outside. Three people died outside the bar and another three died later at the hospital. A CCTV camera captured footage that shows two men approaching in a white van and opening fire just before two other vehicles arrived. A man exited one of the other vehicles and also began firing into the crowd. The state Attorney's General office stated that none of the victims have been identified. https://mexiconewsdaily.com/news/6-killed-in-attack-in-bar-in-morelia-michoacan/

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Emergency Alert - Seventeen missionaries abducted in Haiti

Oct, 19 2021 at 11:26 PM (UTC)

One of Haiti's most powerful gangs abducted 17 missionaries from the United States and Canada on Saturday. Authorities in the Caribbean country believe the "400 Mawozo" gang is responsible for the kidnappings. The Ohio-based Christian Aid Ministries released a statement that confirmed the group included five men, seven women, and five children. They had just visited an orphanage in Croix des Bouquets and were traveling toward Titanyen, north of Port-au-Prince, when the gang members stopped their vehicle at gunpoint. Kidnapping for ransom is a common practice of the gang; they have abducted dozens of people this year alone. According to the Center for Analysis and Research for Human Rights (CARDH), 400 Mawozo was previously notorious for car theft but has since pioneered "collective" kidnappings of large groups of victims from buses and cars. An investigation has been launched by both Haitian officials and the US State Department to locate and rescue the group. https://www.cnn.com/2021/10/18/americas/haiti-american-missionary-400-mawozo-intl-hnk/index.html

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Chile to end quarantine for vaccinated travellers on Nov 1

Oct, 15 2021 at 11:18 PM (UTC)

Chile has announced that they will be ending mandatory quarantining for fully vaccinated travellers after November 1. However, vaccinated travellers will still have to take a COVID test on arrival, as well as provide a negative PCR test result within 72 hours before they board their flight. After taking the second test upon arrival, tourists must go to their accommodation in private transport and wait 24 hours for their result. Travellers must also prove that they have travel health insurance that covers at least $30,000 in addition to completing an affidavit. Chile is one of a number of countries that have relaxed COVID restrictions recently due to vaccination rates rising. https://www.independent.co.uk/travel/news-and-advice/chile-travel-quarantine-november-vaccinated-b1937531.html

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Emergency Alert - Six killed in Air Force plane crash in Bolivia

Oct, 15 2021 at 02:19 AM (UTC)

According to police, a Bolivian Air Force plane has crashed in the northeastern part of the country, killing all six passengers that were on board. The accident occurred in the Beni region of the country and police there have confirmed that the deceased were two military pilots and four civilian passengers. After crashing in thick vegetation, the plane burst into flames. Residents from the nearby Agua Dulce community helped to extinguish the flames but were unable to save anybody in the plane. An investigation has been launched to determine the exact cause of the accident. https://www.military.com/daily-news/2021/10/10/bolivia-6-killed-air-force-plane-crash-amazon-jungle.html

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Emergency Alert - Eighteen injured, ten arrested at indigenous protests in Chile

Oct, 13 2021 at 02:38 AM (UTC)

At least 18 people were injured and 10 others arrested in Chile after protesters and riot police clashed at a rally organized by the indigenous Mapuche community. Roughly one thousand demonstrators, many in traditional clothing, marched in the center of Santiago, demanding autonomy for the Mapuche people. The conflict began when the police attempted to disperse the protesters with water cannons and tear gas. Protesters responded with sticks and stones in a confrontation that lasted about 40 minutes. One demonstrator and 17 police officers were injured. Chile has long been accused of discriminating against the Mapuche people. They are the country's largest indigenous group and controlled vast swaths of the country in the past but have since been marginalized. https://www.france24.com/en/live-news/20211010-18-hurt-in-chile-clashes-between-indigenous-protesters-and-police

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