One prominent Mexican journalist, Pascal Beltrán del Río, claimed the hitmen – who had reportedly carried Barrett assault rifles and grenades and been hidden in a truck – were dressed as road workers. He said the last time Mexico’s capital had witnessed such an assault was nearly 50 years ago, in 1971. … [Read more...] about Three die in attempted murder of Mexico City police chief
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The designs for the Beetle, one of the five top-selling four-wheeled vehicles of all time, were offered to an array of Allied carmakers after the war, all of which turned them down. A British military officer, Ivan Hirst, ultimately secured the fate of the car, which would continue to be built in Wolfsburg. He had been put in charge of winding the factory down, but came across the blueprints and instead convinced military superiors to order tens of thousands of units for occupying troops as affordable and easily built transportation. … [Read more...] about Volkswagen drops Mexico City dealership over Nazi-era images
‘It is one of the few places where you can buy a whole town with every kind of building including a historic inn, a syrup mill, an opera house, a school house, a railroad depot, a cotton warehouse, a restaurant, a barbershop, a water wheel, a grist mill, a work shop, a filling station, and several houses,’ the ad read. … [Read more...] about ‘We can have Wakanda. We just have to build it’: Nineteen families buy 97 acres of land in Georgia to create black-only ‘safe space’ town called Freedom – but whites who are ‘pro-African American’ can apply to live there
'Attempting to cite a downtown commercial building with elevator rooftop access approval as setting precedent for a castle tower elevator rooftop access approval in a residential neighborhood - for the purpose 'of enjoying mountain views' - is like comparing an apple to an orange. … [Read more...] about EXCLUSIVE: ‘All it’s missing is Jon Snow and a couple of dragons!’ GoT author George R.R. Martin submits plans to build fantasy castle in his New Mexico backyard – but his neighbors aren’t bending the knee!
Tonatiuh Guillén, who resigned as head of Mexico's immigration agency a week after the agreement with the U.S., said the diversion of the development funds was a 'dramatic turnaround' from the fund's mission and illustrates what happened last year: 'a recomposition of the immigration vision completely oriented toward containment that leaves us without tools and resources to design development strategies, which had been the government's objective.' … [Read more...] about Trump administration pressured Mexico to divert more than $4 million in funds set aside to develop regions and instead used it to stop migration to the United States