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Journalists and humanists under the siege and military magnifying glass
The Mexican army is targeting journalists and human rights defenders in Mexico, according to an investigation by R3D: Network in Defense of Digital Rights, Article 19 Mexico and Central America, and SocialTIC, with the support of the Citizen Lab of the University of Toronto ─and in collaboration with Animal Politico, Aristegui Noticias and Proceso.
Orlene will touch Mexican lands through the Pacific
Hurricane Orlene is about to enter Mexican territory. The good news is that it lost strength on Sunday morning, which caused it to drop from category 4 to 3. It is expected to make landfall on Monday night, according to the US National Hurricane Center (NHC) and the Hurricane Commission. National Water (Conagua).
Brazil goes to the second round
The presidential elections in Brazil will be defined in a second round on October 30, since although the winner this Sunday was the leftist Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, he did not obtain more than 50% of the votes.
PAN applicants to 2024 “parade” in forum; call for citizen alliance
The PAN celebrated its starting signal for the 2024 elections. This Sunday it held its first “catwalk” of candidates for the nomination under the slogan that a citizen alliance comes first before a partisan one.
Couple in Brazil paint waterfall blue to reveal sex of their baby
A couple sparked outrage in Brazil after painting the water of an 18-meter waterfall blue during their baby’s gender reveal party.
The event took place at the Queima-Pé river waterfall, which is the main source of water that supplies the town of Tangará da Serra, in addition to being the scene of various tourist activities, such as waterfall baths and rappelling.
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