The new rules keep one-in-five cars off the road every day, but the alert issued yesterday will double the ban on today.
The Clorados 3 plant of Petroquimica Mexicana de Vinilo produces the hazardous industrial chemical vinyl chloride.
A litany of safety disasters have plagued the state oil giant and killed several people in the last few years
The latest tunnel, excavated 46 feet beneath the surface, ran from the bottom of an elevator shaft built into a house in Tijuana to a hole in the ground on the US side enclosed within a fenced-in lot set up as a pallet business.
“They are our brothers and sisters, who are being expelled by poverty and violence, drug trafficking and organized crime,” said Pope.
He sought to offer comfort while taking Mexico’s political and religious leaders to task for failing to do good for their people.
A marine involved in the assault who gave a tour of the house to a reporter from the Mexican network Televisa said there were more people inside than expected and they were more heavily armed, including with rocket-propelled grenades and .50 caliber sniper rifles.
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Agents notified Guzman at the maximum-security Altiplano prison where he is being held after being recaptured on Friday — six months after he escaped through a tunnel out of the same lockup.
The Veracruz state government said the bus was likely speeding, and the driver lost control when it went over a speed bump.
Guzman, whose nickname means “Shorty”, built the most powerful drug cartel in the world and escaped from prison twice in the last 15 years, inspiring the next generation of smugglers and gunslingers.
The world’s most wanted drug trafficker was arrested early Friday after a shootout in Los Mochis in his home state of Culiacan, six months after he escaped from Mexico’s most-secure prison.
Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto announced the capture of Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman using his Twitter account
Mexican tourists spend about $2.6 billion in Arizona each year, according to the Arizona-Mexico Commission.
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