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Another Culiacan Birthday Party Gone Awry
Translated by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: El DebateExtra Material from: UniversalBy: Javier Cabrera MartinezFeb 17, 2018Culiacán, Sin.- Elements of the Military Police burst into a birthday party that took place in a auto workshop at 3:30 am on Friday, Feb 16 and held 62 attendees for 16 hours. The 62 people included men, […]
Gov has "Chapo Letter" sealed, "He may secretly pass messages"
by Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat With a mountain of evidence, why are prosecutors blocking Chapo's right to a fair […]
Full Episode: "The Trade" A documentary look inside America's heroin crisis
Chivis Martinez for Borderland Beat from ShowtimeSeries Premier full filmThe Trade Showtime’s Docu-Series. A documentary look inside America's heroin crisis. In Mexico, Don Miguel struggles to control the local poppy fields. In Ohio, Det. Edwards closes in on a heroin dealer. In Atlanta, Skyler moves home to get clean. The Trade […]
8 killed: Nuns flee after relatives killed in Chilapa, Guerrero
Posted by Canadiana from El Universal and El SurDialogue between the bishop of Chilpancingo/Chilapa and criminal gang bosses, appears to have gone askew, as it has been revealed that a Catholic nun’s relatives were executed last month on January 31, in Chilapa, Guerrero.Bishop Salvador Rangel Mendoza said this week that four nuns […]
Elite Mexican Soldiers Recruited by Cartels
Posted by Yaqui for Borderland Beat from: Guardian "The training stays with you'': Say the elite Mexican GAFE Soldiers recruited by cartels. Feb 10, 2018Last year, Mexico’s murder rate reached the highest level on record – and years of military defections are fueling the violence.Delfino […]
Mission teams provide medical care to many underdeveloped areas of the world. These include both impoverished nations and more developed areas which still see some regional disparity of available care. Additionally, they may deploy to any nation, or domestically within the United States, to aid disaster recovery.
Often, students in medical programs, including undergraduate or accelerated programs such as Nursing, embark on short-term medical mission trips. Such trips may be organized by college institutions, church mission groups, other non-profits, or cooperative partnerships between these entities. Many charitable medical missions have a religious component, either in funding and/or range of services provided.
Here, you can see a recent medical mission to Mexico by Doctors Without Borders
A few mission groups, for example:
Mexico Law Enforcement info coming here
U.S. Department of Homeland Security info coming here.