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Haitians favor dialogue to solve crisis

CST12:39 (GMT) -0500. Renois urged all sectors to prevent Haiti from sinking into political chaos as February 7 approaches, the date when civil society and a broad group of parties will try to establish a transitional government, despite Prime Minister Ariel Henry’s refusal. The former presidential candidate assured that...
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The Giants are ready for the Caribbean Series

Just hours before starting their first practice as the set that will represent to the country in the Caribbean Series that starts tomorrow, the Cibao Giants visited President Luis Abinader at the National Palace while declaring themselves ready to face the tournament. Jesús Mejí ;a, who is the general manager...
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Armed Forces Increase Security in Mexican Ports

The Secretary of the Navy, Admiral José Rafael Ojeda Durán, reported that in the last three years the presence of elements of the Armed Forces has increased to increase security in the country’s ports. In AMLO’s “morning” today, Thursday, when presenting the monthly security report at the...
MILITARY
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Corruption in baseball DR?

The digital newspaper The Athletic it focuses on what they call “corruption” in the Dominican baseball prospecting system. And he points out the following, by way of summary: “The MLB has allowed an industry spiraling out of control. A corrupt process has exploited Dominican prospects for a long time. And the question now is: how to stop that?”
MLB

Mexico president says he's beaten Covid for second time

Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said Monday that he had recovered from a second bout of Covid-19, as he resumed his public activities. Mexico's 68-year-old president, who has rarely worn a face mask during the pandemic, overcame a first bout of Covid-19 in early 2021.
PUBLIC HEALTH
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Open Parliament? My leggings?

As has been thought, the blessed Public Parliament is an exercise in futility, not only because of the flood of rhetoric, but because it is beginning to look like one of those extravagances of Congress that the Palace does not like so much. Waste, because the mistake made by those...
U.S. POLITICS
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Security expert Pepe Vila will direct execution of PN reform

President Luis Abinader swore in the executive commissioner, who must implement the plans and actions of the reform. The international security expert Jose “Pepe” Vila del Castillo will be responsible for implementing the plans and actions of the police reform after being appointed executive commissioner yesterday by the president Louis Abinader.
PUBLIC SAFETY
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Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller wife of Lopez Obrador turns 53

Beatriz Gutiérrez Müller is a Mexican writer, journalist, researcher, and the wife of the President of Mexico, Andrés Manuel López Obrador. She made it clear at the beginning of the Lopez Obrador administration that she was no first lady, and that during this six-year term, there was not going to be such a thing as a “first lady” in Mexico.
AMERICAS
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Ómicron joins Mexico in the worst escalation of covid infections of the entire pandemic

Ómicron tightens in Mexico. Almost 135,000 Mexicans were infected with covid from January 3 to 9, a week in which the maximum record of confirmed cases in a single day was broken and 300,000 deaths from covid were exceeded since the start of the pandemic, despite the under-registration of the official data. There were also three times more positive diagnoses than seven days before. While the country remains mired in what is anticipated as a black month in terms of people sick with coronavirus, health authorities have reported 11,052 confirmed infections and 78 deaths in the last 24 hours, and specialists anticipate that cases will continue to rise .
AGRICULTURE
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Who is Leopoldo de Gyves, the Mexican ambassador appointed by López Obrador for Venezuela

The social activist Leopoldo de Gyves de la Cruz was appointed this Monday by President Andrés Manuel López Obrador as the next Mexican ambassador to Venezuela. “Leopoldo de Gyves is going to be ambassador to Venezuela,” López Obrador announced during his usual morning conference. Five days earlier, on Wednesday, January 5, the social activist visited the president at the National Palace, although the reason for the meeting was not reported.
AMERICAS
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López-Gatell and Rebeca Peralta became parents of a girl

File photo of the Undersecretary of Prevention and Health Promotion, Hugo López-Gatell, during a press conference at the National Palace, in the City of Mexico (Mexico). EFE/Sáshenka Gutiérrez. The undersecretary of Prevention and Health Promotion, Hugo López-Gatell became a father for the second time with his partner,...
SOCIETY
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Chumel Torres’ most controversial moments on social networks

During the past few days, the name of Chomel Torres He appeared in social networks, especially in Twitter, due to different statements of the driver The pulse of the republic I’ve done on different topics. A YouTuber in particular was discriminated against for his comments against the president’s actions...
INTERNET
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Searching mothers ask cartels to allow them to safely search for disappeared

A group in Sonora that searches for missing people published a video this week asking cartel leaders to assure the safety of those looking for the disappeared. Madres Buscadoras de Sonora, or Sonora’s Searching Mothers, released the video on social media. Group founder Ceci Patricia Flores pleads with cartels...
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