Border Patrol agents in South Texas rescued an unresponsive migrant woman who collapsed in the brush-covered ranchlands near the Mexican border. Elsewhere, agents found another migrant woman shortly after she died. Laredo Sector Border Patrol agents found an unresponsive migrant woman in the brush on a ranch near the border. The Laredo West Station agents and agents from the Horse Patrol unit teamed up to save the woman’s life, according to a tweet by Laredo Sector Chief Patrol Agent Matthew Hudak. I remain immensely proud of the #lifesaving work that our #USBP agents do on a daily basis. Their work and these rescues are rarely caught on video like this one was. An #EMT certified agent provided critical lifesaving care and, and with other agents, saved this women. #RESCUE https://t.co/hHeQ2NY0EF — Chief Patrol Agent Matthew J. Hudak (@USBPChiefLRT) April 8, 2021 An Emergency Medical Technician Border Patrol agent began lifesaving measures on the unconscious … [Read more...] about Migrant Woman Rescued on Texas Ranch near Border, Another Woman Dies
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A 27-year-old woman from Central Mexico died shortly after crossing the Rio Grande into Texas when she apparently got lost and suffered from heat exhaustion and dehydration. The woman is the 24th migrant to die in that region so far this year, Mexican authorities revealed. The incident took place in a brushy area north of the Rio Grande, just south of Carrizo Springs, Texas, officials with Mexico’s National Migration Institute (INM) revealed to Breitbart Texas. Authorities in the U.S., including Border Patrol and local law enforcement, responded to the scene to assess the woman and then transported her to Eagle Pass for various legal procedures. Mexico’s Consular officials responded to Eagle Pass to help identify the woman and contact next of kin. Breitbart Texas spoke with a consular official who identified the woman only as a 27-year-old from the Mexican state of San Luis Potosi. The deceased migrant is the 24th migrant to die in the border areas between Eagle Pass, Texas, and … [Read more...] about Lost Migrant Woman Dies After Crossing Border into Texas
PHNOM PENH, CAMBODIA - Analysts say Russia is increasing arms sales to Myanmar’s military and steadfastly standing by Myanmar’s coup leader, General Min Aung Hlaing, an alliance they say will further Moscow’s foreign policy ambitions across Southeast Asia through future weapons sales. Meanwhile, leaders of at least 10 of ethnic rebel groups have declared their support for the country’s anti-coup movement. Anthony Davis, a security analyst with the Jane’s Group in Bangkok, said Moscow “very clearly” wants to further its ties with Myanmar’s military, known as Tatmadaw, through sales, primarily to its air force and, to a lesser extent, its army, while wanting to foster ties with Association of Southeast Asian Nations or ASEAN, a regional economic union. “Russia has established a strong beachhead not just in Myanmar but in Southeast Asia via Myanmar more generally,” he said, adding he was not surprised Russia and China were backing a proposed ASEAN summit on the crisis. “ASEAN is a … [Read more...] about Russia Seen Advancing SE Asian Ambitions Through Myanmar Generals
The state of Michigan was locked down for months, and then in March it started opening up in the midst of a new surge of coronavirus cases. Michigan's experience, and other outbreaks across the country involving new foreign strains, once more raise questions and debates about whether we should close our borders to travelers from some countries, impose new restrictions in some areas, or both. But more on those questions in a minute. Unfortunately, when you suddenly give people their treasured freedom back, they are more likely to take fewer precautions than if you reopened gradually. On top of this, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky Rochelle Walensky Overnight Health Care: White House rebuffs call to send more vaccine doses to certain states | White House warns states to expect low weekly J&J vaccine shipments Watch live: White House COVID-19 response team briefing CDC data shows rise in Brazil variant detected in US … [Read more...] about Would closing the borders limit deadly foreign strains of COVID-19?
ISLAMABAD - Russia reaffirmed Wednesday it will enhance security cooperation with Pakistan by strengthening the South Asian nation's "potential" to fight terrorism, which is to include supplying Islamabad with the "relevant military" hardware. "We believe this [cooperation] serves interests of all states of the region," Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov told reporters in the Pakistani capital before concluding his landmark two-day official visit. In his talks with Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Lavrov said the two countries agreed to increase the frequency of their joint military drills and maritime exercises to fight terrorism and piracy. The chief Russian diplomat last visited Pakistan in 2012, and the ensuing years saw a marked improvement in Moscow's otherwise strained and mistrustful relations with Islamabad. The distrust stemmed from Islamabad's decision to side with the U.S.-backed Afghan armed resistance of the 1980s that forced Moscow to withdraw … [Read more...] about Russia, Pakistan Agree to Boost Military Cooperation Against Terror, Sea Piracy