The Mexican city on the border with El Paso, Texas, is targeting state prisons in the city, according to authorities. Human rights lawyers and others have noted a rising number of shootings in Mexico City's industrial city of Ciudad Juarez in recent weeks. CIUDAD - Health and business leaders in this industrial city are concerned that the rising rate of femicide at a US-owned assembly plant could indicate a deadly outbreak that has gone undetected for weeks, according to Mexico's health ministry.
The increase in violence is attributed to the rapidly growing Jalisco New Generation Cartel, which competes with the incumbent Juarez Sinolan cartel. This is the latest chapter in a decade in which the city has become a battleground in the battle for control of Mexico's most populous city, thanks to warring cartels. The origins of the Juarez cartel date back to 1980, when the Ciudad Ju Suarez area was under the control of Rafael Aguilar Guajardo. One of the latest groups testing their control along the border is Nuevo Carte de Juares.
Spanish conquistadors founded El Paso del Norte, renamed Ciudad Juarez, and the Guadalupe Mission eventually evolved into a thriving Wild West city. Mexican society was one that transformed it into one of Mexico's most populous cities and the largest city in the United States. Spanish conquerors founded the city's first post-colonial mission, the Guanajuato Mission, in 1821. The Guadiana Mission was founded in what was then JuA-rez, after the name of the state of El Rio Grande Valley.
El Paso del Norte served as the headquarters of the Mexican Revolution, which was based in the city for the first two years of its existence. Mexican government, and El Paso Del Nortede was watched by rebel leader Benito Juarez, who set up his headquarters there. About 3,000 Mexicans came to Ciudad Juarez from the border area in September to escape the violence - torn areas of the state of El Rio Grande Valley.
A lawyer in Ciudad Juarez told me that the current number of Mexicans living in poverty is about 598, up from 1,000 a month ago. Later in the year, the number of asylum seekers from other parts of Mexico began to grow, and a growing number of Cubans and Brazilians came to Ciudad Juarez and El Paso. Up to 25,000 people seeking asylum in the United States could be stranded in the Rio Grande Valley, according to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
On the US side of the border, Juarez - perhaps the most famous of them all - is having a bad year like Juarez. The city is working hard to bring security and tourism back to its city, and the Remain in Mexico program is leading the migrants back with great vigor.
The region has a large university, but it is usually divided into three parts: the city of Juarez, the city of El Paso and the state of Tamaulipas.
It is a city known for its manufacturing and as a place that attracts people from all over the country. This has contributed to the fact that since the mid-20th century many companies have established production facilities in Mexico, making JuA-rez one of the most important production centers in the world. The Mexican federal government has opened a number of new production facilities in Juarez, El Paso and Tamaulipas, which are explained below. There are many reasons why a variety of industries and companies have established and developed in Ciudad Juares, Mexico.
The Museum of the Revolution, which tells the story of the events on the border between El Paso and Juarez during the Battle of Tamaulipas and the Spaniards in CiudadJuarez. The museum is located on the border and tells you about the history of Mexico, its history and what has happened since then. You will also find 276 monuments marking the international border, stretching from San Diego to Tijuana, from El Paso in Texas to Juares in Juanos.
Mexican Highway 2, which runs along the border with the United States and heads south toward Chihuahua, and Mexican Highways 45 and 45A. There is also a small section of Mexican National Route 1 in Juarez and a short section of Mexican State Route 5. The Mexican Highway 2 runs over the US border from San Diego, Texas to Tijuana, Mexico and another short section on the south side of Juares in Juanos, Mexico, along with a few miles of Mexican Highway 1 and a little over half a mile on Mexican Highway 45, heading south to Chihuanas. Mexico's Interstate 45 runs across the US border from El Paso, Texas, to Juarez, Mexico.
It crosses the bridge on S. El Paso Street, which merges into Avenido Benito in Juarez, before crossing the US border at the intersection of Avenidos de la Guadalajara and Avenida de los Caballeros. It crosses the river on the north side and turns off the Avenida IDO Benitez into the junction for Juares.