Minister Serrano calls to strengthen security in the Americas

The Ecuadorian Interior Minister José Serrano, called this January 28 to strengthen multilateral cooperation on security in the Americas, with a greater exchange of information among the Governments of the continent and an emphasis on the preventive actions. Serrano visited the...

Parliamentarians meet in Quito to discuss security and cyber espionage

Around 240 parliamentarians from 17 countries of Asia and the Pacific are in Quito since yesterday for the Twenty-Third Meeting of the Asia Pacific Parliamentary Forum, to discuss policies on climate change, security, cyber espionage and terrorism. The forum started on Sunday and...

France deploys 10,000 troops to protect and seek accomplices in terrorist attacks

France ordered on Monday that 10,000 soldiers take to the streets to protect sensitive areas and continue the search of accomplices after the terrorist attacks caused in previous days in Paris French Prime Minister Manuel Valls said that the search is urgent because “the...

Mexican federal forces assume security in towns of Michoacan

The Army and the Federal Police of Mexico will assume full control of various areas of the southwestern state of Michoacán, replacing the Rural Force corporation, created to legalize the civil defense groups, an official source reported today. The federal commissioner for...

Mexican federal forces assume control of the Acapulco security

The Mexican government implemented a special plan where Mexican military and federal police yesterday assumed the security of the Acapulco seaside tourist resort (south) and thirty other municipalities, due to the crisis triggered by the disappearance of 43 students. The federal...

Student teachers who starred outrages in the seat of government in southern Mexico, threaten to radicalize the measure

On Monday afternoon, 200 students of the Normal de Ayotzinapa (School for teachers) and 500 CETEG teachers, staged riots at the headquarters of the Government Palace of Guerrero, burning buildings and damaging the local town hall Congress and seat of the capital of the state, in...
Posted On 14 Oct 2014

Sanctioned students march today to denounce alleged police abuse

Today, at 09h00 sanctioned students of the Mejía National Institute plan to hold a march from the Bar Association of Pichincha to the Provincial Prosecutor’s Office, where they will submit a complaint for the police alleged abuse they suffered during the protests on 17 and...
Posted On 14 Oct 2014

Ukraine calls on Western countries to maintain sanctions against Russia

Ukrainian Prime Minister Arseniy Yatseniuk, this Wednesday urged western countries to not lift the sanctions against Russia while Ukraine does not recover its “entire territory.” During the General Assembly of the UN, Yatseniuk once again denounced “the Russian...
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