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14.08.2020

Guatemala bus fire was murder nicaraguan ambassador said

Guatemala bus fire was murder nicaraguan ambassador said. fundas samsung galaxy a10 fundas huawei y7 2019 He was murdered by “terrorists”. pic.twitter.com/v9xFwNu7gR — Kaveh Eslami (@Kaveh_Esimi) May 5, 2017 On Friday, the death toll from the bus fire rose to at least 16, with another 40 people injured in an attack on the southern town of Iguala, the federal police said. fundas huawei mate 10 lite fundas samsung galaxy a5 President Enrique Peña Nieto declared a day of national mourning for Iguala teachers and other supporters who had been killed along with 16 others. fundas huawei mate 20 “The national conscience is calling on all citizens to offer their services of mercy to those victims and 카지노 사이트those wounded to the people of Iguala and Guerrero,” he said. custodia cover fundas huawei p30 lite ‘I was tortured’ Teachers in the northern city of Iguala are believed to have been ordered by federal police to hand over their notes that showed the president’s political activities were “illegal” and the teachers were being detained by the “enemy.” “The police ordered me to stay silent until the federal prosecutor arrives,” said Diego Rodriguez, who is a substitute teacher in Iguala. fundas huawei mate 10 lite “So I remained silent, even though the officers ordered me.” The National Reforms of a country that is one of Latin America’s poorest was in turmoil following the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party-controlled federal government’s recent election victory, and the deaths of around 1,200 people had been blamed on the governing party’s controversial move. Some teachers accused the ruling Institutional Revolutionary Party of killing them in an attempt to derail its bid for the 2018 and 2020 municipal and congressional elections. fundas iphone 5 5s se “This was murder by death squads,” said teacher Juan Antonio Iglesias, who was among those allegedly killed by police. “I was tortured for two years.” After several days of mounting speculation, police said on Thursday they have arrested s바카라사이트even people believed to have been the men behind Iguala’s bus fire, including one who worked for the regional government. iphone custodia The arrest comes two months after Iglesias was shot multiple times by poli카지노 사이트ce while trying to escape from them in front of Iguala city hall. fundas huawei y7 2019 Prosecutors have alleged that the two arrested men are members of a local drug cartel known as the Guamanians that is linked to cartel violence and was active after the 2013 disappearance of 43 foreign tourists aboard a small plane that en route from Cuba to Mexico. fundas iphone 6 6s “The disappearance of these children is a tragedy of terrible proportions.

 

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